Picture a perfect round of golf
Picture a round of golf that went so well for you that you never lost a ball. You may not have gotten your first hole in one during that round, but maybe you did manage to play the same ball all the way through, and for the first time ever, broke “80”. Can you envision that round?
Breaking “80” in golf is a milestone
If you’re like most amateur golfers breaking “8o” is an elusive goal but when it happens it will hook a person for the rest of their days. When you do break your milestones, be sure to save the balls that commemorate those special rounds.
Many uses for hole in one golf ball cases
Hole in one golf ball cases are an ideal way to display a special golf ball, and the y can be used for so much more than simply displaying your holes in one golf balls. In fact according to the National hole in one association, the odds of an amateur golfer getting a hole in one are actually 12,500:1. Assuming the only greens you can get to in one shot are the par threes, and that there are four par threes an eighteen hole golf course, you will have to play 3,125 rounds of golf before you’re likely to get a hole in one. That would be 50 rounds a year for 62.5 years. Certainly doable, but you’ll need a bit of luck on your side.
Hole in one golf ball cases are for recording memories
So, if you’re an avid golfer and are looking forward to that first hole in one, don’t give up, but you may want to focus on some of your other successes along the way. The hole in one golf ball cases can be used to commemorate your first eagle, first chip in, a round with less than 20 putts, that 100’ foot putt you drained for the win, the signed golf ball you received from the benefit pro-am you played in, and so on. Hole in one golf ball cases are for recording memories.Buy Now