Generally 72 - eighteen holes a day for four consecutive days.
The PGA Tour rookie Eric Booker's round of golf ended much better than it started.After five holes at the Woodlands, Tex., Booker was one over par and wondering where his next shot might go when he made a startling turnaround with an eagle and a hole-in-one on consecutive holes, shooting a six-under-par 66 for a one-shot lead in the $2.5 million Shell Houston OpenIt's been done 3 times at the Masters tournament. Dan Pohl in 1982, Dustin Johnson in 2009, and Phil Mickelson in 2010. Mickleson missed a third consecutive eagle by 6 inches.In 1997 during the last round of "The Masters of New Caledonia" at Tina golf course, Noumea, the french European Tour player Michel Besanceney made 3 consecutives eagles on holes 14 par 5, 15 par 4, 16 Par 5 to shot a final score of 64. Despite this new course record, he lost the tournament in a play-off against Thomas Levet
There are 72 holes in a normal PGA Tour Tournament. 18 holes are played each day for Thursday through Sunday.
Yes.September 2-3, 1986, during the Chrysler Cup Pro-Am at the TPC at Avenel in Potomac, Maryland.
72, 4 rounds of 18.
Unless specified by the tournament committee, playing the holes in the incorrect sequence will result in disqualification.
Thursday- Sunday, 4 days, 18 holes per day.
the Montreal Weiner schnitzels
Today, May 5, 2012, Matthew Padgett of Chesterfield Virginia had back to back holes- in-one #7 and #8 at The First Tee Chesterfield in North Chesterfield, Virginia. As far as I can tell, I've never heard of this being done before by the same person on consecutive holes. I did see the following article, but I think this happened with two consecutive shots on the same hole: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/7765337/Golfer-gets-two-holes-in-one-in-a-row.html