Hole in one

English Idioms,English Vocabulary 31 August 2011 | 1 Comment

 “Hole in one!”

“Hole in one!”  is a expression used when a golfer gets their golf ball in the hole in only one stroke.  However, it can also be used in other circumstances.  It can mean that you succeeded on your first try.  Read this dialog to see how else you can use it:

Paul – I scored a hole in one today!

Pete – Really?  You golf?

Paul – No, not me, but I sold my house  right after the first viewing!

Pete – Wow, that is a hole in one, especially in this economy.

One Response on “Hole in one”

  1. Petr says:

    Hole in one is always great score 🙂

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