Celebrating the Super Albatross
A Look at the Many Ways to Conquer Antelope Pass Hole 14

Part of my job is to spend time considerable time each and every day searching the Internet for spectacular Golden Tee YouTubes.

It is a wonderful responsibility. It is time consuming. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I am a huge Golden Tee nerd who loves what he does.

Each year, the moment the new courses are released, a handful of trends becoming apparent. Last year, it was all about those rock-induced bounces on, well, Rocky. Oh, they were everywhere.

This year, it’s all about the elusive Super Albatross—the hole-in-one on a par-5.

In particular, it’s all about Antelope Pass No. 14. While there are potentially ace-able par-5s in the game—looking at you, Volcano Palms—Antelope houses one of the best opportunities to come away with this unique achievement.

It’s there every time; there are rock formations capable of helping out; there are a variety of shots that work. I have seen dozens of these holes-in-one already, and in an effort to show just how this is being done, I’ve put a handful of these below.

Plus, more than strategy, it really never gets old watching a par-5 get conquered. Here’s what’s happening on Antelope 14.


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