Believe it or not on July 04 2002 at
the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club Michael J. Crean of Denver, CO stepped up to
the tee on the par 5 517 yard 9th hole and clobbered the ball. The ball flew and
flew and rolled and fell right into the cup, but the hole must have been a
dogleg and he cut the corner as it is not recognized as the longest hole-in-one.
The official world's longest hole-in-one occurred on
October 07 1965 when on the 447 yard 10th hole of the Miracle Hills CG Robert
Mitera blasted a 447 yard drive which happed to be the exact length of the hole.
Robert Mitera did not even know he aced it until he
reached the green and the golfers ahead of him told him his ball was in the cup.
On February 13, 2007 Bret Melson, a student at the San Diego Golf
Academy in Hawaii managed to put the ball in the hole on the 448 yard par
4 at the Ko'olau Golf Club in Oahu, Hawaii in one stroke edging out Robert Mitera's
longest hole in one
record by a massive one yard.
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