What is another word for hole in one?

Pronunciation: [hˈə͡ʊl ɪn wˌɒn] (IPA)

A "hole in one" is a phrase used to describe a shot made in golf where the golfer manages to hit the ball directly into the cup with one stroke. Synonyms for this term could include "ace," "perfect shot," "flawless drive," "on the button," "bullseye," or simply "one shot wonder." Other phrases that could be used to describe the same concept might include "pin seeker," "flag hunter," or "greenside magic." Regardless of the phrasing, achieving a hole in one is considered a feat of great skill and precision, and is something that every golfer hopes to achieve at least once in their career.

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Famous quotes with Hole in one

  • Life, in my estimation, is a biological misadventure that we terminate on the shoulders of six strange men whose only objective is to make a hole in one with you.
    Fred Allen
  • It was a hole in one contest and I had a three.
    Abe Lemons
  • Life, in my estimation, is a biological misadventure that we terminate on the shoulders of six strange men whose only objective is to make a hole in one with you.
    Fred Allen
  • It was like living half your life in a tiny, stuffy, warm gray box, and being moderately happy in there because you knew no better...and then discovering a little hole in one corner of the box, a tiny opening which you could get a finger into, and tease and pull at, so that eventually you created a tear, which led to a greater tear, which led to the box falling apart around you...so that you stepped out of the tiny box’s confines into startlingly cool, clear fresh air and found yourself on top of a mountain, surrounded by deep valleys, sighing forests, soaring peaks, glittering lakes, sparkling snowfields and a stunning, breathtakingly blue sky. And that, of course, wasn’t even the start of the real story, that was more like the breath that is drawn in before the first syllable of the first word of the first paragraph of the first chapter of the first book of the first volume of the story.
    Iain Banks

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