No there is not. There is no list as such compiled. There are hundreds and hundreds of golfers who have had two hole in ones.
The United States has the most golfers on the list of the World's Top 250 Golfers while Sweden most likely is the country with the most per capita. See the related links for more information.
Any professional golfer, or any amateur with a USGA men's handicap index of 1.4 or lower, can attempt to qualify for the U.S. Open. Many golfers are exempt from sectional qualifying, or exempt from local qualifying but not from sectional. Most of the exemptions are based on such things as performance in other majors, performance in other USGA championships, standing on the money list or world golf rankings, and so on. Assuming you don't qualify for an exemption, then you'll have to take part in a local qualifier.
IT is a sporting magazine about and for golfers. It list the hottest golfing supplies and the top golfers and features articles about upcoming golfing events.
In 2006, 93 golfers earned over $1,000,000. Click on the 'PGM Money Leaders - 2006' link on this page to see a list of the top money winners for the 2006 season.
Yes you are!
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Yes, they are automatically removed.
You may qualify for an entrepreneurship certification. You can list your ownership experience and may receive credit for it.
Yes golfers do wear hats to help keep the sweat, and sun from their eyes. A nice brimmed hat would make a very good gift for any golfer on your list.