Blind Golfer Hits Hole-In-One The odds of an amateur golfer hitting a hole-in-one, according to Golf Digest, are 1 in 12,750. Now, imagine that golfer in the rain and blind. Sheila Drummond of Pennsylvania hit a hole-in-one. She is believed to be the first totally blind woman to do so.

Blind Golfer Hits Hole-In-One

Blind Golfer Hits Hole-In-One

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The odds of an amateur golfer hitting a hole-in-one, according to Golf Digest, are 1 in 12,750. Now, imagine that golfer in the rain and blind. Sheila Drummond of Pennsylvania hit a hole-in-one. She is believed to be the first totally blind woman to do so.

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