LAKE WORTH, Fla. -- Guy Buzzelli scored the rarest shot in golf on Friday when he aced the par-4 13th hole at Park Ridge Golf Course.
It's known in the golf world as an Albatross. It's a hole played three strokes under par; it's also known as a double-eagle.
As for acing a Par-4, Andrew Magee is the only person in PGA Tour history to hit a hole-in-one on a par-4 hole during a PGA Tour event.
The odds of getting a hole-in-one on a par-3 are about 13,000-to-1 for the average golfer.
Dean Knuth, the inventer of the USGA’s slope rating system for golf courses, said in a 2004 article in Golf World that the odds of playing an albatross are a million-to-one.
ESPN 106.3's Emerson Lotzia caught up with Buzzelli just hours after his incredible shot. Click on the video attached to watch the interview.
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