Playing in a middle group of 3 teams in a weekly match at Western Turnpike Golf Course in Guilderland, NY on a bright, perfect day for play. Teamed this day with Steve Lippincott, Don Dieckmann and Tom Heinz from our regular long-running golf league. Working our way through the Blue 9, we were 2 under through 4. #5 Blue possesses a large green tilted a bit left to right, sloped back down to front and usually quite firm. Sand trap middle left tight to green, pine trees back right. With 2 shots already in fair position for a pin front third middle and playing longer than the 162 yards from the middle tee due to a solid breeze in our faces, I made a good turn with a PowerBilt TPS 7.0 5 iron. Shot followed the target line left of the pin to allow for roll right, and the PRO-V1 finished the mission with a hop right and roll towards the cup. Due to glare on the green near the hole we could not see where the shot ended. Don arrived at the green first, accounting for 3 balls and then his WHOA! exclamation at the hole informed the rest of us the happy location of this 4th shot. Keeping the immediate news from our competitors, our hole by hole match of cards after the round provided me the opportunity to exclaim EAGLE after the first group recited Birdie - usually a winning score on this hole. I let the group process the message and when the realization settled, the congratulations, hand shakes and round of drinks followed post-haste. And, to make the day sweeter, we swamped the other two teams. After beginning the journey on this great game from my late father Robert's introduction about 54 years ago, this singular achievement rings out and now the records will show an ace for both father and son.