What is a hole in one called in disc golf?
Birdie – A disc golf term for completing a hole one throw under par (also known as “one down” or “one below par”).
Is there a hole in one in disc golf?
The disc golf ace or hole-in-one is one of the most exciting things to happen. Some disc golfers are better, or maybe luckier, than others when it comes to getting that ace. They can seemingly come in bunches or take years to get. For those new to the sport, there is a disc golf ace protocol of sorts to follow.
What is the farthest hole in one on disc golf?
The farthest disc golf ace is 151.54 m (530 ft), and was achieved by Kevin Jones (USA), at the OTP Skins Series, Maple Hill, Leicester, Massachusetts, USA, on 10 September 2020. Kevin Jones performed the ace on the 16th hole of the Maple Hill course while playing a skins match against Jeremy Koling.
What makes a good disc golf hole?
Areas that Make Great Disc Golf Courses Large mature trees, land variations or other obstacles. Some wide open space that allows for long 500+ foot holes. Streams, Lakes, or other potential water hazards. Elevation changes that have a variety of uphill and downhill shots.
What is the longest hole-in-one?
A condor was scored without cutting over a dogleg by Mike Crean at Green Valley Ranch Golf Club in Denver, Colorado, in 2002, when he holed his drive at the 517 yard par-5 9th. This is the longest hole-in-one on record.
How rare is an ace in disc golf?
According to the National Hole-In-One Registry, only 1-2% of ball golfers will capture an ace in a given year. With an estimated 20+ million golfers playing 450 million rounds a year, we see that aces are far more rare.
What country has the most disc golf courses?
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