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Oct 14th, 2017

Edoardo Molinari chases the ace

With one day and 500 balls

 Edoardo Molinari chases the aceEver wondered how many shots it would 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.

Ahead of this week's Italian Open, three-time European Tour winner Edoardo Molinari was challenged to go a couple of thousand better.

With a day and 500 balls to play with on a 145-yard par three, could he beat the odds and find that one, perfect shot?

What began as a light-hearted challenge developed into something more profound; a trip inside the psyche of a complex golfing mind and a journey to the verge of madness for Dodo Molinari.

Here's what happened:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t1wqcgtlYM

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 Edoardo Molinari chases the ace

 

TAGS: Players, Tournaments, Hole in one