10 days until golf: Sutton, Allenby share holes-in-one Tour record
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The PGA Tour plans to restart its season June 11 after halting due to the coronavirus pandemic. Each day until then, we'll highlight key moments, people, or facts relating to where we are in the countdown.

It's every golfer's dream to make a hole-in-one at least once in their lifetime. It's that one accomplishment - no matter how lucky it is - you can brag about forever/

However, the elusive ace never comes for most, which makes Hal Sutton's and Robert Allenby's joint record that much more impressive.

Sutton and Allenby hold the mark for most holes-in-one during PGA Tour play with 10 apiece.

There are then 15 players with six-to-eight aces on the PGA Tour - Corey Pavin (seven) and Davis Love III (six) are among those in that group. Next, a total of 36 players have made a hole-in-one five times during competition, with Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, and Matt Kuchar highlighting the bunch.

As for the legends of the game?

Jack Nicklaus carded only three during events but has made 20 in his lifetime, according to PGA Tour record-keepers. Tiger Woods also has 20 under his belt, but he's made just one since 2000.

Tiger nearly had his 21st at the 2019 Masters on No. 16.

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