Chase The Ace: Episode 4 – Thomas Pieters

Home > News > Chase The Ace: Episode 4 – Thomas Pieters
How many balls would it take a professional golfer to make a hole-in-one?
Posted on
October 29, 2019
The Editorial Team in
Estimated reading time: 1 minutes
Chase The Ace: Pieters aims for an ace in Italy
Thomas Pieters at The Open (Niall Carson/PA Wire)

European Tour Originals presents the Chase The Ace Hole-In-One Challenge, Episode 4 with Thomas Pieters.

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.

After Andy Sullivan made an ace at The London Club in episode 3, Thomas Pieters certainly had a tough act to follow. We challenged him at the 165-yard par three second hole at Olgiata Golf Club in Italy. Here’s what happened….

The Editorial Team Avatar

About The Editorial Team

The editorial team at Golf Today strives to provide readers with captivating content that celebrates the rich heritage and exciting developments in the world of golf. Their collective expertise and dedication ensure that Golf Today remains a premier destination for golf enthusiasts seeking the latest news, insightful analysis, and engaging stories from the world of golf.

Join the discussion

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Read Next

Alfred Dunhill Championship 2023 R2

Casey Jarvis leading by one at 10-under

Alfred Dunhill Championship R2
Jon Rahm

Some of the key questions after Jon Rahm’s LIV switch

Rahm’s decision to join the Saudi-funded breakaway represents a huge U-turn and deepens the divisions in the men’s professional game.
Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy expects Ryder Cup changes after Jon Rahm’s LIV switch

The Spaniard has played in the last three Ryder Cups but his future in the biennial contest is now in doubt.
Jon Rahm

Masters champion Jon Rahm confirms he is joining LIV Golf

The 29-year-old becomes the second current major champion on the LIV circuit after US PGA champion Brooks Koepka.
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram