“Man blames Fate on other Accidents, but feels Personally Responsible when he makes a Hole in One.” – Unknown

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As an amateur, the odds of making a hole in one in your lifetime is 12,000 to 1. For PGA Tour players and professionals, it’s more like 3,000 to 1.

Where does the line get drawn between skills and luck?

Clearly, if you play the game of golf, you have the chance to get a hole in one. Even if you play just one time, you could get a hole in one. But how good do your skills have to get, before luck completely takes over? Or runs out?

Could someone ever be so good to get a hole in one every time he or she plays golf? Because they had the skill sets?

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