Hal Sutton
PGA of America
Hal Sutton won the 1983 PGA Championship at Riviera Country Club. He is tied for the most holes in one on the PGA Tour with 10.

Robert Allenby and Hal Sutton with 10 aces currently share the lead for most hole in ones in PGA Tour play, based on information provided in the 2016-2017 PGA Tour media guide:

Here's the complete list:

PGA Tour players with the most career holes in one

Robert Allenby, 10

Hal Sutton, 10

Hubert Green, 8

Gil Morgan, 8

Scott Hoch, 7

Corey Pavin, 7

Bob Tway, 7

Lanny Wadkins, 7

Willie Wood, 7

Greg Chalmers, 6

Gibby Gilbert, 6

Charles Howell III, 6

Billy Mayfair, 6

Rocco Mediate, 6

Larry Rinker, 6

Loren Roberts, 6

Miller Barber, 5

Dave Barr, 5

Scott Brown, 5

Mark Calcavecchia, 5

Russ Cochran, 5

Frank Conner, 5

Glen Day, 5

Jay Delsing, 5

Chris DiMarco, 5

Mike Donald, 5

David Edwards, 5

Dave Eichelberger, 5

Raymond Floyd, 5

Jim Furyk, 5

Gibby Gilbert, 5

David Graham, 5

Hale Irwin, 5

George Knudson, 5

Tom Lehman, 5

Justin Leonard, 5

Wayne Levi, 5

Davis Love III, 5

Gene Littler, 5

Steve Lowery, 5

John Mahaffey, 5

Shigeki Maruyama, 5

Blaine McCallister, 5

Phil Mickelson, 5

Johnny Miller, 5

Bobby Nichols, 5

Steve Pate, 5

Kenny Perry, 5

Doug Tewell, 5

Tom Watson, 5

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You'll see in the list above that Phil Mickelson has five on the PGA Tour. Other notables not listed are Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods with three and Arnold Palmer two. Woods had three in consecutive years in the late 90s, but hasn't connected on the PGA Tour since the 1998 Sprint Invitational. Tiger is also one of 12 players since 1983 who made an ace in their first professional start on the PGA Tour. His highlights from the 1996 Greater Milwaukee Open begin in the video below at about the 21-second mark:

Players with most holes in one on the PGA Tour
John Daly
John Daly, the latest winner on the PGA Tour Champions, enjoyed himself immensely this week at the Dallas Cowboys annual golf outing.

Just days after winning for the first time since 2004, John Daly was down in Texas taking part in the annual Dallas Cowboys golf tournament on Wednesday at Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine.

Daly won the Insperity Invitational on the PGA Tour Champions Sunday, his first victory since capturing the Buick Invitational 13 years ago.

As you can see in the video below, the Cowboys tournament was a little more laidback than what Daly experienced on Sunday.

I mean, check him out: No shoes, no socks, cigarette hanging out the mouth and singing while canning putts as a buddy plays guitar right beside him:

Well down, JD. Well done.

No shoes, no socks, no problem for latest PGA Tour Champions winner John Daly