Frequently Asked Questions:

Want to know more about registering a hole-in-one with U.S. Golf Register?

The USGA® recommends that a hole-in-one be considered valid:

If made during a round of at least nine holes, except that a hole-in-one made during a match should be acceptable even if the match ends before the stipulated round is completed.

If the player is playing one ball; a hole-in-one made in a practice round in which the player is playing two or more balls should not be acceptable.

If attested by someone acceptable to the Committee.

If made at a hole with a temporary tee and/or putting green in use, even if the Committee did not specifically define the teeing ground with tee-markers; the length of the hole at the time should be stated on any certificate.

A witnessed hole-in-one is a history making event! When you register your hole-in-one with US Golf Register, you mark your achievement in a national register designed to preserve the significance of holes-in-ones hit in the United States.

Your hole-in-one is assigned an official registration number and is then recorded in the US Golf Register historic registry.

There are no registration fees and no dues. You earned your registration when you joined that elite group of golfers who have aced a hole!

Each and every hole-in-one will be assigned an official registration number. You should register each hole-in-one separately. Let us know if you are a repeat acer! We celebrate every achievement.

US Golf Register is not affiliated with other hole-in-one sites or clubs. You are welcome to register with as many clubs and organizations as you choose, but please be sure to register with us. We are the official national hole-in-one historic registry.

US Golf Register will record your hole-in-one, and assign a registration number as soon as we receive your completed registration card. You should receive confirmation via e-mail or US Postal service within 10 days.

The estimated odds of acing a hole with any given swing are one in 33,000. One of the missions of US Golf Register is to identify each and every hole-in-one, past and present, in order to provide more accurate statistics.

We are in the process of compiling the most accurate historic registry of holes in ones accomplished within the United States. Any hole-in-one made within the United States and it's territories are eligible for registration no matter the date.

Hole-in-one tidbits....

Most Holes In One

Norman Manley - 59 "Aces"

His first ace was in 1964 and made 4 holes-in-one in 1979.

Longest Hole-In-One

Michael J. Crean of Denver, CO- 517 yard par 5 9th hole at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club on July 4, 2002.

Robert Mitera - 447 yrd 10th hole at the aptly named Miracle Hills CG on October 7, 1965

Oldest Player

Harold Stilson 101 years old. From Boca Raton Florida is the oldest golfer to ever do it. With a 4 Iron on the 108 yard 16th at Deerfield CC on May 16th 2001