Holes-in-one are a rare occurrence for a golfer. The probability of making a hole-in-one for an average player is roughly 12,500-to-1. The chances of two people getting an Ace on the same hole on the same day are in the 17 million-to-1 range. Add in a third person, hitting from the same tees and the statistics are beyond belief.
At Rosebud Country Club on Tuesday 10th January, in the ladies competition, 3 Hole-in-Ones on the same hole occurred. Members Jan Brown, Narelle Colahan and guest Suzanne Lynch all ‘Aced’ the par 3, 14th Hole on the South Course.
“We average 15 hole-in-ones annually” says Danny McGrath, Rosebud Country Club General Manager. “In all my years in the industry, I have never had three aces in one day, it’s a wonderful achievement for the ladies!”
Centrally located on the Mornington Peninsula, Rosebud Country Club has been part of the Peninsula since 1962. It features 36 holes of quality golf. North Course lined with large Pines that frame fairways. South Course offers wide landing areas and beautifully sculptured gardens. On-site accommodation and a modern clubhouse that caters for 220 people. Membership options available and visitors welcome.