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Hole in One and a low round
First Ace after Retiring
3 ACES IN 55 DAYS
sucked it back
Straight as an arrow
Home Course Ace
Posted: January 27, 2014
Shot my first hole in one today at the Country Club of Green Valley in Green Valley, AZ. Hole #8, 165 yards with 5 iron. Attested by 3 members of 4some. Playing with group from American Legion Post 66 in Green Valley.
I was playing at Barona Creek last week with my wife Tricia. I hit a shot to the left-side of the green, knowing that it tilts to the right. The ball rolled right into the hole. My wife did not believe me until we got to the green.
Just bought AP 1's, with KBS shaft. I got my 6th hole in one with them. very smooth and controllable clubs
It was a great winter day in January in Reno Nevada. I stepped up to the tee on the 5th hole at Wolf Run Golf Club. I took out my driver on the 110 yard par three. I took one practice swing and then my 12 year old brother helped me line up to the hole. I took a swing and hit it right at the hole. It hit on the green and rolled right at the hole. The ball it the flag stick and just stayed there. As we drove up to the hole we weren't sure if it was in the hole or not because we could still see the ball. But, as we approached the hole we could see that it was in fact wedged between the flagstick and hole and was in fact a hole in one. I was really excited and have not stopped smiling since.
It was a really nice January day in Reno Nevada. High in the mid 50's and no snow on the ground and no wind which is quite uncommon for this time of year. My 9 year old son Sean, who has only played golf on an 18 hole course twice in his life, stood up on the tee of the 5th hole at Wolf Run Golf Club. He took a practice swing and his 12 year brother helped lining him up toward the hole. His shot landed on the green and rolled right up to the hole and we could hear it hit the flag stick. We weren't sure if it went in as we could still see the ball from the tee. As we approached the hole we noticed that the ball was in fact wedged between the hole and the flag stick. What a exciting day for this 9 year old and his very proud Dad who has yet to get one in my 44 years of playing golf.