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My first one
My First Hole in One
Richard C Goldman My second hole in one
My first ace
First Hole In One
First ace for me
Hole In One Niko Nebout
First hole in one
Posted: June 27, 2012
June 26 th I will never forget I started out on parring Hole #1 which is a par 4. Hole 2 I bogeyed which is a Par 5. Both holes I one putted It started to rain on hole 3 which is a par 3. I used my 8 iron and the ball got over the waste bunker and went right in the hole. My friend Cheryle witnessed it and I was with Cheryle when she got a hole in one on the same hole five weeks ago. I continued the round and shot a 44 on the front and a 52 on the back,my best round ever. It was an awesome day Sincerely Barbara Leggett
My name is Scott, I've been playing golf for about 25 years and never had an ace. In the last month i recorded 2 aces on the same hole at #7 Bay Valley Golf Club in Bay City Michigan. 9 iron the 1st time from 135 and the 2nd time an 8 iron from 150. What an amazing feeling it is. Well worth the long wait. Thank you Titleist for making the prov1x! What a great ball!
I play in a senior golf league at Cliff View Golf Club located in the Falling Spring area of Alleghany County, Virginia. The day I recorded the hole-in-one was Tuesday 6-26-12 on hole #4 a 136 yard par 3 that plays uphill to a distance of 144 yards. There was a slight wind in my face and I selected a 7 iron. The shot was struck pure and never left the pin. The ball left it's mark 3 feet in front of the hole before it found the bottom of the cup. My playing partners that witnessed the shot were Danny Warlitner, Don Smith and Earl Broughfman. I am 63 years old and have been playing golf on and off for 25 years and until today had never recorded a hole-in-one. The experience of making a hole-in-one can only be described as a moment etched in time, surreal and one I will never forget.
Posted: June 26, 2012
I started out my round at North Stone CC last Sunday poorly with a double boogy. I am a 2 Hdcp so this was not a good way to get my round going. Unfortunately the round continued to be a struggle forcing me into one of those grinding type rounds that made me work for everything. The last three holes at our club are brute and remind me a little of Sawgrass. 17 is guarded by water about 50% on the right and the left leaves you little options to bail out. The distance was 170 with the wind blowing right to left at 10 MPH. I hit a 7 iron cleanly and it hit then checked and took one bounce and went into the hole. The shot was witness by another group from another hole along with another group one a separate tee box. Three foursomes enjoyed the event and that day everyone was able to join us in the bar for cold adult beverages. I have played competitive amature golf for many years. I have had one double eagles and around 7 or more field shot 2's on par fours but this was my first hole in one. Good time had by all! Thanks for reading my story. Rob Fulford
It was the last hole, the 9th of our round. I jsut made par on the last so it was my honers.I hit a 6 iron and brought it in from the right it hit the gree and bounced and rolled up, the pin was back so my group saw it hit the pin and it shook. We went up to the green and sure enough it was in the cup. My first in 27 years of golf. I still can't believe it.