LIST: Every recorded par-4 hole-in-one on a major golf tour
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LIST: Every recorded par-4 hole-in-one on a major golf tour


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In the history of professional golf, there have been eight par-4 holes-in-one during competition on major golf tours.

The first came on the PGA Tour in 2001, when Andrew Magee made the only par-4 ace to date in PGA Tour history on the 17th hole at TPC Scottsdale in the first round of the Phoenix Open.



Since then, seven more par-4 aces have been made, with four on the Web.com Tour, two on the LPGA Tour, one on the European Tour. Others have been recorded in pro-ams on major tours (Richard Green at 2015 Oates Vic Open, Jason Kokrak at 2013 RSM Classic) but aren't on this list.

Not every ace has been recorded on video, but most have.

Par-4 holes-in-one on major golf tours

  • Andrew Magee, PGA Tour, 2001 Phoenix Open, 332 yards, 17th hole at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz. in first round, driver
  • Chip Beck, Web.com Tour, 2003 Omaha Classic, 315 yards, 9th hole at Champions Run in Omaha, Neb. in first round, driver
  • Richard Johnson, Web.com Tour, 2009 Michael Hill New Zealand Open, 347 yards, 15th hole at The Hills Golf Club in Queenstown, New Zealand, in final round, driver
  • Rahil Gangjee, Web.com Tour, 2011 Mylan Classic, 316 yards, 15th hole at Southpointe Golf Club in Canonsburg, Penn., in final round, driver
  • Rob Oppenheim, Web.com Tour, 2012 Web.com Tour Championship, 330 yards, 14th hole at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas, in final round, driver
  • Javier Colomo, European Tour, 2015 AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open, 334 yards, 9th hole at Heritage Golf Club in second round, driver
  • Hana Jang, LPGA Tour, 2016 Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, 217 yards, 8th hole at Ocean Club Golf Course, Bahamas in third round, 3-wood
  • Minjee Lee, LPGA Tour, 2016 Kia Classic, 234 yards, 16th hole at Aviara Golf Club, City of Industry, Calif. in third round, 3-wood


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