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Here’s why an albatross is the rarest achievement in golf

according to GolfLink.In comparison, there were 36 holes-in-one total at PGA Tour events during the 2018-19 season alone.An albatross has happened the most times at golf’s oldest major, the British Open, which has seen an albatross occur eight times in its history.The last one came in 2009 from Paul Lawrie.The Masters has had four albatrosses -- the last one came from Louis Oostuizen in 2012.

The U.S. Open and PGA Championship were the last to see three, by Nick Watney in 2012 and Joey Sindelar in 2006, respectively.So, does there happen to be a grand champion when it comes to albatrosses?Yes.

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