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Which is harder: getting a hole in one or bowling a perfect game?

It depends on how good you are, which leaves most of us out.

And you could argue that a hole in one is pretty much a matter of luck while a perfect game would be a matter of skill and practice.

Anyway, according to the September 2005 issue of Golf Digest, the odds of a professional golfer getting a hole in one are 3,000 to 1. For a low-handicap player, it's 5,000 to 1; for the average player, it's 12,000 to 1.

According to the U.S. Bowling Congress, the odds of rolling a perfect game are 11,500 to 1, although they didn't differentiate between the odds for a pro and an amateur.