While reading an article recently on the longest drive ever recorded in history, a conversation started about the term or phrase used for a hole in one on a Par 5. Would it be a double albatross? What about a triple eagle? Not surprisingly, this amazing feat does have a name, and it is called a Condor.
At the Golfer’s Newsletter, we try and find ways for you to lower your scores, and the easiest way to do it would be to knock a few of these in per round. Now, we begin our search with finding out if it has ever been done before in a PGA event.
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