For some reason, golfers using Epic drivers can’t stop making holes-in-one on par 4s and it’s getting kind of ridiculous.
We first heard about this phenomenon a little more than a month ago when our friend Chris Solomon (one of the founders of @NoLayingUp) notched the first ace of his life over in Scotland on a legit par 4 using a GBB Epic driver (9°) and Chrome Soft golf ball.
First ever hole in one!
Brora Golf Club, 14th hole
334 yard Par-4
No. Laying. Up. pic.twitter.com/EvmMQdHxPv
— No Laying Up (@NoLayingUp) June 20, 2017
Here’s video evidence…
The trend continued when one of Callaway’s own, Johnny Rodriguez, recorded his first hole-in-one with his Epic (10.5°) and Chrome Soft ball.
— Johnny Rodriguez (@JohnnyRodCG) July 2, 2017
Callaway Twitter follower Travis Jenkins took it one step further and actually topped Chris and Johnny, acing a 366 yard par 4 with his Epic!
— Travis Jenkins (@TravisJay22) July 27, 2017
Make of this trend what you will, but there’s no denying one thing: epic things are happening with Epic drivers.
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Callaway staffer and all around good guy George Bryan made the THIRD ace of his career on Thursday. Though it wasn’t on a par 4, it was still very timely and with a Chrome Soft so good on you George!
— Bryan Bros Golf (@bryanbrosgolf) July 27, 2017