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First Hole in one
Posted: March 31, 2013
I SWTTCHED TO TITLEIST VELOCITY WHEN I FOUND ONE AT CEDAR ROCK CC LENOIR.HIT IT GAIN 15 TO 20 YARDS AND RIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE.HITTING THEM SINCE LIKE THE PROV1X TOO IF YOU HAVE A SHORT SWING ITS IDEA IM 50 YEARS OLD. TRY ONE SLEEVE YOU WILL BE HOOKED I WAS NO JOKE.GOT MY FIRST HOLE IN ONE TODAY 3/30/13 WITH VELOCITY AT SILVER CREEK PLANTATION IN MORGANTON N.C.THANKS TITLEIST!!!!!
Posted: March 30, 2013
I had the good fortune of playing with my two sons and a good friend on the Saturday of Easter Weekend. My oldest son drove 11 hours to be with us. I have played over 50 years without making a hole in one. The shot was visible and slow rolled off a slope into the hole adding anticipation and drama. My sons and friend were so happy, probably more excited than me. My friend has one hole in one and we were playing together as a twosome on that day. He used a number 7 Titleist PRO V1 and I used a number seven PRO V1 also. The totally weird thing was my son looked at his phone on the drive home and his girlfriend had sent a text saying her Dad had his first hole in one that day. She could not believe it when he called her to report mine. Tomorrow we drive to my daughter's church to see her four boys Baptized on Easter Sunday and share a nice meal in celebration. My wife's return text to my son following notification of the hole in one, "glory be, he will do anything to avoid putting." I have played Titleist balls all my life and I'm so happy the shot was with a PRO V1. It is dated and saved.
I hit my 9 iron and asked my friends Gerry and Darren did they see it. "No," came the response from both; didn't see or hear anything they said. Thinking that my ball may be lost, I hit a provisional to about 6 feet. We went up to the green, and Gerry chipped his ball near the hole and was going to tend the flag for Darren. He went to take the flag out and said "Jeff, I found your ball," reached down pulled out the ball, shook my hand and congratuled me on my first hole in one, a hole in one that none of us actually saw!
I approached the 5TH Hole at Lago Mar in Plantation, Florida with my 2 buddies...saw the Green was surrounded with water as I stood on the elevated T Box...took out my 6 Iron and heard a "cracking" sound as the Titleist 3 Ball hit the pin about 4 inches above the ground and dropped into the cup... Hascal Rosen/Montreal
I am from Chicago and was down at my Grandma's house in Florida for Spring Break. I have been playing competitive golf for almost 2 years now. I went to golf domes quite a bit back in Illinois during the painful winter months. I was just itching to get out to play and be in the warm weather. We played 18 holes on The Ryder Course at the PGA Golf Club in Port Saint Lucie. We finished our round just in time to play another 18. My Dad didn't want to play, but I dragged him and my Mom out to play another 18 on The Dye Course. All three of us were reluctant to go back out. We started out shaky and seemed to be tired. We almost went in after the 5th hole. We came up to the 6th hole. It was 155 yards and into the wind. I reached for my 9 iron, paused, and almost took out my 8 iron. I hit a baby draw, and it was well struck. Somehow I knew right when I hit it that it was going in. It stuck right next to the hole, took one bounce, and spun back into the hole for an ace. It was truly a memorable moment and one that I will forever cherish.