A GOLFER from Anglesey had a round he will never forget when he scored a hole-in-one on a par four.

Par fours are the second-longest in length, and a hole-in-one is extremely rare on them with most players needing two shots just to reach the green.

Nobody told Holyhead Golf Club member Paul Thomas, however, who scored his first ever albatross after getting down in one on the 17th hole of the club's course.

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An albatross is three under par for whichever hole you are on, and Paul's incredible achievement was met with adulation from club members.

In a social media post about the shot, the club said: "Congratulations to Paul Thomas for a wonderful hole in one on our 17th hole... A par 4! His first Albatross."

One member said the shot was the "dream every week", while another said it was "awesome", among other well wishes.

Another member jokingly posed the question "But did he see it go in?"