I have aced 3 times in one day, but never three times in a round. I aced two times in a round twice I think. Once was at a small course in Plainwell with my brother, who had never even seen ONE ace before let alone two. The first shot was a 210' shot, Hole 3 at Calvary with a Pro Line Orc. Kind of windy but it was a well placed shot. I throw rhbh all day so it was a hyzer that just faded back perfectly. Air ace, no skip. Loud smash and it stuck. The second ace was Hole 7, a short hole, about 140'. Threw a blue dx-aviar straight into the basket. It was sweet, couldn't believe I aced twice in front of my brother, who has always been better than me at EVERYTHING. Glorious. Earlier that day I was playing alone, nobody at the course. On Hole 5 I stepped up and threw my trusty z-xpress. The hole is 220 a tad downhill. The disc flew right at the basket, but was dropping way too fast for me to think it had potential. Thanks to the dew on the long grass, the disc hits the ground about 20-25 feet in front of the basket and HOPS right up off a skip and keeps flying straight!! It goes in and was my first ever skip ace. I've aced 3 times in a day 3 times now, and twice in a round 2 times now. I have also aced two times in a row ( finished a round by acing Hole 18 at Knollwood, sat for a minute, stepped up and aced Hole 1 ), same hole two times in a row (aced Hole 10 Knollwood in a round, next time I played it three days later aced it again)
i had 2 in a round in our league finals years ago. 180 foot straight aviar and 302 turnover polaris(?- not real certain on that)- after the second one i fell completely apart and shot absolutely horribly.
I have 21 aces at Knollwood in Kalamazoo, 5 at Oshtemo, 1 at Grand Woods(hole 7), 1 at Robert Morris(hole 16), and 7 at the smallest of the five courses at Calvary in Plainwell. Longest ace still not over 300. Stands at 288 or 292 or something like that.
To my knowledge Phillip Raymond, of Memphis, TN holds a World Record for hitting 3 aces in 5 holes - I believe at Meeman-Shelby Forest. Was an Ace-Birdie-Ace-Birdie-Ace I was told. Just think, 8 down in five holes! He's bada$$! I don't know if this was a record for the most in one round, or the most in consecutive holes, etc... but I know it happened - I was there when the Memphis Disc Golf Club gave him a plaque/trophy to commemorate it!