European Tour Pro Brandon Stone Hit 500 Balls Trying To Make A Hole-In-One In The Most Frustrating Video Ever

Brandon Stone 500 Balls Hole-One

European Tour (YouTube)


According to the European Tour, the odds of an average golfer making an ace are roughly one in 100,000, while stats suggest a European Tour pro’s chances are closer to one in 2,500. However, if you don’t play regularly, the odds of a hole-in-one are are cut down significantly.*

So while hitting 500 golf balls at the same par three hole over and over and over again seems like it would give you a pretty good chance at a hole-in-one, it’s still not that easy.

Proof of that was clearly seen a year ago when the European Tour asked multiple-time European Tour winner Edoardo Molinari to hit those 500 balls on a 145-yard par three and the struggle… it was very real.

Brutal.

So, a little over a year after Molinari’s futile attempt, the European Tour decided to give someone else a shot at it. This year they enlisted the help of South African pro Brandon Stone who has already hit a hole-in-one six times in his life.

Stone tried to hit his hole-in-one on a little longer par three than Molinari did, teeing off from 184 yards. Did the added distance help in the effort, Brandon?

Brandon Stone 500 Balls Hole-in-One

European Tour (YouTube)


As it turned out, much like with Molinari, if they were scoring based on the number of frustrated curse words uttered Stone would have been a HUGE winner in this hole-in-one challenge. Unfortunately for him, that was not the case.

(*at least in my experience)

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