On October 23rd at our magnificent site at the Sedona Golf Resort, one of our students recorded the rarest shot in golf. Doug Ketterman made an albatross (aka a Double Eagle) on the par-5, 3rd hole. Doug’s drive carried the two fairway bunkers and left him with 200 yards to the green on the 485 yard hole.
Playing with his teacher, Lee Maiden (The Swing Doctor), Doug flighted his 22 degree hybrid perfectly slightly to the right of the flag where it took one bounce forward and rolled straight into the hole. The odds of recording an albatross are estimated at one in six million. Incredibly, this is the second time a student has achieved this amazing feat while at their school with Lee!
CONGRATULATIONS, Doug, for accomplishing Golf’s rarest shot!