Aced the 2nd Hole out in 42 with an Ace,made the turn at 7 over par, then made 4 Birdies and 1 bogey on the 18th hole on the back for a 32. Not a bad 74 eh? P-Nut 3rd Career Ace.
On Sunday September 14, 2014 the setting was the 210 yard par 3 fourth hole at En-Joie Golf Club in Endicott, NY for Mark Wesloski to record his first career ace. Wesloski pulled an iron but as his competition came up short he returned to his bag and came to the tee with his trusty BT Catalyst 5 wood (and he is sure glad he did) with a smooth swing he hit a pure, towering 6 yard fade that landed softly on the the fringe with the perfect amount of spin on his Titleist Pro V1 to trickle on the green and roll as smooth as a putt into the heart of the cup. Playing with Mark on Sunday were "Uncle" Larry Cerep, Jude "Lost Ball" McDonough and Mike "One Armed Bandit" Pasqualicchio, also witnessing this moment of golf perfection from the green were Kyle "Mattress" Dempsey, Tony "Kid" Yerka, "Long" Pat Mitchell and John "The Male Nurse" Schiliro.
On September 11th, 2014 i was playing at Ballybunion in Ireland with a group of friends. I was playing a Titleist Pro VIx number 6. The hole is 206 yards from the white tees. I hit my 5 hybrid club to the front of the green, the ball rolled past the hole up a short incline then turned and rolled back into the cup!
I was at a charity event benefiting the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America at Tedesco CC in gorgeous Marblehead, MA. A cool, but lovely late summer day paired with a friend Ray Tomasko, in a foursome with two other golfers who lived in the area.
I teed off first, stuck it behind the pin and it rolled towards it. Because there was a small hill in front of the green, we did not see it roll in. I then had to wait for my partners to all tee off - torture. We rode up to the green and did not see a ball on or near the green. A a partner said - I think it's in the bleeping hole. I fast-walked to the hole and there it was - I leaped for joy.
There was a woman from the charity to collect bets for closest to the pin. She started hollering - "a hole in one, a hole in one". It was the first hole in one at the charity event in its 25 year history.
I guess I made history:) My 15 minutes of fame