There have been 20 aces on the PGA Tour this season, including three at The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.
The most-recent ace came Saturday in Round 3 of The Players Championship when Seamus Power recorded the third hole-in-one of the weekend on the 155-yard, par-3 third hole. Ryan Moore recorded the first ace of the tournament Thursday at the No. 17 island hole and Sungjae Im sank the second on No. 13 in the second round.
Five events so far have seen at least a pair of aces: Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, Sony Open in Hawaii, Puerto Rico Open, the Arnold Palmer Invitational and The Players Championship.
This season, J.B. Holmes at Riviera is the only golfer to record an ace and a victory at the same event. He ended up winning the Genesis by one shot.
The National Hole-in-One Registry says that the odds of a PGA Tour pro getting a hole in one is 3,000-to-1. (It also says the ‘average’ golfer has a 12,000-to-1 shot at making an ace).