Grange leftie aces two par-3s in 12-hole competition: 67,000,000/1 shot
Grange is famous for its par-threes — ask Ryder Cup skipper Paul McGinley, who learned the game there. They're trick too. In fact, the odds against an amateur having a hole-in-one are estimated at around 12,500 to 1. But two holes-in-one in the same round? Apparently, that's a 67,000 to 1 one chance, at best.