Tom Watson’s hole in one on the 6th hole during the 2nd round of the 2011 British Open Championship today is bringing out a lot of tweets with the #holeinone hashtag.
Funny because the British Open had the least number of hole in ones of any of the four golf Majors, 6 at the time. Then, all of a sudden we see 2 in one tournament.
Earlier in the first round Dustin Johnson had a hole in one on the 16th hole.
The British Open has had the fewest hole in ones of all the Majors. But it has had some remarkable ones in its history. In the 1973 British Open Gene Sarazen at age 71 made a hole in one.
If your interested in the probability aspects of hole in ones like what are the chances of getting a hole in one for a par 3 or par 4 for example check out holeinoneinsurance.com. They also sponsor contests have other important info about golf.
Holesinoneinsureance.com: the company insures hole in one events and has statistics for chances of getting a hole in one.
@usholeinone: the official Twitter account for US Hole In One Insurance.
People are really tweeting up today’s and yesterday’s back to back hole in ones. Follow these trending British Open and hole in one hashtags to read the latest tweets about the rarity of this event.
Hole In One Trending Hashtags On Twitter
Follow all the latest Open news, reports, statistics and who’s on top the leaderboard at the Golf Channel Twitter feed.
@GolfChannel: the official golf channel Twitter account with over 45,000 followers and 11,600 tweets to date. Here is a nice tweet with a link to the Tom Watson hole in one:
You might want to check in every so often to see tweets of the constanty changing leaderboard. Tweets have links to articles, interviews, and other golf related news.