Englishman Andy Sullivan has won a trip into space after carding a hole-in-one at the par-3 15th hole during the European Tour’s KLM Open.
We reported here at Aussie Golfer last week that one of the more unusual prizes was up for grabs at the Dutch Open.
A trip into space was on offer for the first golfer to make a hole in one – and Englishman Andy Sullivan did it during the final round at the KLM Open.
Sullivan’s tee shot took a few bounces and rolled in to win the prize worth $100,000. The flights are reportedly to begin later this year with the Lynx Mark 1 aircraft taking off and landing horizontally from the Mojave Desert taking passengers to an altitude over 60 kilometres.
Out of this world!