Rod Pampling won for the first time in nine years earlier this year on the Web.com Tour, but it was his 72-year-old mother who had a breakthrough of sorts Thursday in Australia.
Making a hole-in-one the conventional way is hard enough; the odds of doing so are 12,500-to-1 for the average player.
Danielle Kang has yet to win an LPGA tournament. She's 104th in the current Rolex Rankings. But she has a talent most of us would kill for.
CROMWELL, Conn. – There’s been only one hole-in-one on a par 4 in recorded PGA Tour history, but Troy Merritt nearly added to that total Friday.
It's not unusual for a tournament to offer a prize for a hole-in-one. But a $2.5 million prize? Now, that's unusual.