Question: Has There Ever Been A Par 4 Hole In One?

Andrew Magee Made PGA Tour’s Only Par-4 Ace So Far.

The only hole-in-one on a par-4 hole so far in PGA Tour history?

The hole was No.

17 at TPC Scottsdale, the year was 2001, the tournament was the Phoenix Open and the golfer was Andrew Magee.

Has there ever been a hole in one on a par 5?

A condor was scored without cutting over a dogleg by Mike Crean at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, Colorado, in 2002, when he holed his drive at the 517 yard par-5 9th. This is longest hole in one on record, although it was of course aided by the altitude and thin air of ‘mile-high’ Denver.

Has anyone ever scored a hole in one on a par 4?

There has only been one hole-in-one on a par-4 hole in PGA Tour history – by Andrew Magee back in 2001. Aaron Baddeley knocked his tee shot into the hole on the par-4 17th hole in the Valero Texas Open on Thursday, but it only counted for a birdie 3.

What is a hole in one on par 4 called?

But, technically speaking, a hole-in-one on a par-5 is a score of 4-under par, so it could, in theory, be called a “double albatross” or a “triple eagle.” So, sticking with the avian theme of golf’s scoring terms (birdie, eagle, albatross), a par-5 ace is called a condor.

Has anyone ever made a par 5 in 2 shots?

An albatross, also called a double eagle, is a score of three-under-par on a single hole. This is most commonly achieved with two shots on a par-5, but can be done with a hole-in-one on a par-4.