The pin was in the middle of a green that was sloping from left to right. I aimed about 10 yards left of the pin, and I had to fly the front left bunker. I took an 8 iron and when I struck the ball, I knew it would end up close to the hole. The ball flew the bunker, landed left of the pin where I aimed, and it rolled right towards the hole. Then the ball stopped right next to the pin.
When we went to the green, we saw the ball resting against the pin but not in the hole yet. My caddy lifted the pin, and the ball stopes in the hole. Hole-in-one! This was my 2nd one in my 22 Years of playing golf.