Whats better a hole in one or an albatross

I had a hole in one a few years ago in scottsdale. I didn't think I would get another one but I was playing in a small friends only get together and had an Albatross. Frankly, I didn't know that is what they call a double eagle. So here is my question, what is more impressive and rare, a hole in one on a par 3 or a 2 on a par 5?

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4 Replies

  1. Dimitri M

    i found a site called DOUBLE EAGLE CLUB, i registered there. was wondering if Titleist had a registry or any of the golf magazines. i know i received a bag tag and a registry notice from titleist for the hole in one.  Any suggestion?

  2. bryan r

    I have had an Albatross on a 491 yard par 5.  It was an elevated tee usually with wind with you.  I hit driver and a 7 iron.  I haven't had a hole in one that one means more to me rather than an easy par five.  I have been close on some easy par 4s and par 3's but still no luck.  My grandfather who passed away this year had two in a month and  from the same box of balls he received as a gift.  Best part he called the balls (S%$#) before doing so.

  3. Richard H

    I dream of getting both at the same time; a hole-in-one on a par 4.

  4. Aaron S

    Double Eagle for sure, requires two great shots, not just one.