Sindre Roar Fosse’s Skip Ace At The Norwegian Championship

An uphill skip ace for the ages

If you’re in the hunt for a national title you better bring your ‘A’ game — and bringing your ‘Ace’ game never hurts either.

Sindre Roar Fosse showed out during round two of NM Discgolf 2018, the Norwegian Championship, by forehanding an ace on hole four of the Stovner Disc Golf Park gold layout.

Sindre Roar Fosse Norwegiean Ace

The uphill skip ace flew approximately 290 feet through an initial tree gap off the tee before reacting on the incline in front of the basket, skipping up and smashing chains. The hole-in-one was part of Fosse’s 1013-rated second round. SM Disc Golf Productions was there to catch the video and got it from two camera angles.

He’d finish the tournament in second, one stroke behind winner Peter Lunde. That’s a big improvement for Fosse in Norway’s national championship since he finished 22nd in the event last season. He’ll be one of eight Norwegians heading to the European Championship in Croatia to play in the Open division next week.

  1. Bennett Wineka
    Bennett Wineka

    Benn started playing disc golf in the '90s but has somehow never gotten any better. He lives in Decatur, Georgia and cares too much about Atlanta United and UNC basketball. Email him at [email protected]

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