The amazing feat saw Michael Tonge, Dave Bedlow and captain Mike Tompkinson all record aces in quick succession.
To record just one is a rarity - the odds of an individual getting one are 12,500 to 1 and still 2,500 to 1 for professional players.
Many golfers will never achieve this feat in their lifetime.
So for three golfers to achieve the accolade - none of whom had ever managed a hole-in-one before - at the same golf club is amazing.
Michael set the ball rolling last Sunday with his first hole-in-one, after 44 years of trying but never previously succeeding.
He recorded his ace on the ninth hole using an 8 iron, before getting the drinks in for his clubmates.
Not to be outdone, Dave holed out with his Ping 5 wood off the tee into the seventh the following day.
Mike completed the amazing feat and secured his first ever ace year as Louth Golf Club Captain during a Captain’s Night Qualifier last Wednesday.
Mike’s youngest son Matthew, 10, was acting as his caddy, making it an even more memorable occasion.
“It was a special moment in a very special year and on a special night,” he said.
“I made it three at our club in four days with my first ever, also on the ninth, but this time with the most beautiful 6 iron I’ll ever hit.”
Three holes in one is a fantastic way for club members to celebrate their return to the Crowtree Lane course following lockdown, enforced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Louth GC is one of many golf clubs across the country who have enjoyed increased interest due to the ability to play the sport while maintaining social distancing.