Hole-in-one stories

Dale Graves

Playing in skins game was in a five some. First hole in one ever. Won some money but had to spend some on drinks. Worth it.

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John Burke

Neither one of us saw the ball go in the 175 yard par 3. After looking behind the green, the rough left and right of the green, the sand, we finally looked in the cup and found my DT Solo. I have found this ball to be best for my ability, as well as best for my luck. I won the hole and lost the match. I played the lottery but the results for that are not in yet.

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Mark Little

Two of my friends wanted to take me to play golf on the one year anniversary of my brother's death. I did not feel that much like going, but the shot on just the second hole felt like someone else was swinging with me.
Hard to explain that feeling, but it was extraordinary. One friend said he could feel my brother's prescence also. Strange, but true. Will never forget it.
Mark Little, age 58

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Bow down on Hole in 1

On January 29, 2012, 3 friends (Rob Tate. Josh Hill and Andrew Cantrell) and I were playing golf at Royal Lakes Country Club in Flowery Branch, Ga. We came to hole #12 (named Dam Green) which is a 305 yard par 4 with bunkers to the left and a lake to the right. All you could see from the tee box was the very top of the flag. I pulled out  a Titleist NXT Tour 3 and swung away. I knew I had hit a very good shot but never could see the landing due to lack of visibility. As soon as we got out of the cart the 4-some in front of us came over the hill and started congratulating the hole in one. One guy actually bowed down on his knees. This was very special because my wife had gotten me these Titleist balls for Christmas and this was a incredible shot from such distance. I give thanks to: Royal Lakes Country Club for having such an awesome course and to Titleist, the #1 ball in golf.

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First ACE ever

After playing golf for over 20 years I can now add ACE to my scorecard that has recorded everything from an eagle to a snowman. On Saturday January 21, 2012 I was playing with my golf buddies on the South Course at BlackHorse GC and the round had started like so many, good shot here missed putt there. We came up to the par 3 #6 and I was sitting at 2 over. The #6 green has a swell in the middle and the pin was in the back 3rd with 142 to the middle and 158 to the back. The green is guarded on the left with bunkers and trouble long. I gave the pin 150 and teed up my Titleist ProV1 #7, gripped my Titleist AP2 8 iron and swung away thinking that I just hit a good shot and should be putting. My buddies starting calling it an ACE as it tracked the pin but I wasn't sold. I was sent walking to the green but I grabbed my putter just in case. Glad I took my putter because it kept me from falling over as I was never so excited to reach for the bottom of the cup and retrieve that ACE, wow what a feeling.

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