Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Could Andy Sullivan succeed where Edoardo Molinari and Brandon Stone could not?  (European Tour)
Could Andy Sullivan succeed where Edoardo Molinari and Brandon Stone could not? (European Tour)

How many balls would it take a professional golfer to make a hole-in-one?

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.

Introducing Andy Sullivan...

With a day and 500 balls to play with on the 171-yard par three 11th hole on the Heritage Course at London Golf Club, we challenged the three-time European Tour winner to defy the odds.

Could Englishman Sullivan succeed where Italian Edoardo Molinari and South African Brandon Stone could not and find that one, perfect shot?

Here’s what happened…

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