Just last week, we ran a story on how insanely difficult it is to make a hole-in-one in golf. For your average golfer, the odds of making a hole-in-one are 12,500 to 1 according to American Hole’n One, for professionals, it’s about 2,500 to 1.
In fact, there are several pro golfers who’ve never made a hole-in-one, including Bryson DeChambeau, who’s one of the top golfers in the world right now.
Then you have this normal guy out of Florida, Jim Wolklin, who made THREE hole-in-ones in a span of only five days. And he’s had ELEVEN in his entire life.
“When you least expect them, they go in the hole. It’s when you’re not thinking about it, and you’re just trying to make par.”
Most people just pray for one before the day they die, and this dude made three in less than a week. I guess golf is just easy for some people. Wolklin had this to say about his lucky streak:
“I just have had a lot of luck… I don’t know what to tell you. I play with pros and some of them don’t have any. When we get to a par-3, and I set up, the people are expecting it to go in the hole, which adds a little bit of pressure.”