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Professor Aaron Tenenbein explains why a golfer's claim to have recorded more than 80 aces is statistically impossible

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Excerpt from the Golf Channel -- "If we take an amateur golfer who plays five rounds of golf a week over a two year period, the chance of getting sixty holes in one is less than one out of one trillion to the tenth power. He has a better chance of getting twenty straight royal flushes if he plays poker. It is basically impossible."

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