Hole-in-one stories

1st for me

I'm 41 years old and been playing since 10. I was at a Chamber of Commerce charity scramble. 6th hole, elevated tee. Par 3, 144 yards. I hit my Titlelist DT Solo with somebodies logo with a very smooth 8 iron and as it flew in the air my buddy says... "Jer, that looks good!" 3 hops and it dropped in! I couldn't believe it. This was a prize hole, so my friends all started yelling at the sponsor/witness kid to go with us to the green. I couldn't walk up. I waited and let them all go to the hole and sure enough... ACE! I ended up winning a nice set of golf irons and it was May and of course now that I hit the ace my irons are golden so I gave the set to my father for Fathers day!

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It Went In

Every once in a while I actually get a putt to drop, a chip to fall in, or somehow hole-out from the fairway. But a couple of months ago I was fortunate enough to see my tee shot find its way to the bottom of the cup from the tee box. Garden Valley golf course in Lindale Tx. Hole #2, 174 yds, 7i with a Titleist 2014 Prototype Ball. The ball now has a prominent spot in a display case at home!

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Rick C

It was 65 degrees on a beautiful Southern afternoon. I came to the tee on a 103 yard par three. Somewhat in between clubs so I choked down a PW and made a nice fluid swing. The ball came down about 2' past the pin and I saw it spin back and disappear into the cup. I am not an excitable guy but this first ace after so many close calls brought a fist pump. The wait was worth it.

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First Hole In One

By: ginal2

After 20 years as a single digit handicap and 9 eagles on par 4's and numerous close calls....I finally got an ace on the 13th hole of the Tierra Santa Golf Club in Weslaco, Texas. It was a beautiful shot that soared high and landed softly about 3 feet short of the pin and then just disappeared! What a feeling!! One of the best parts was that as we were walking to the next hole, my playing partner who was keeping score asked me what I had scored and I was able to answer '1' for the very first time.

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We had played five holes and talking trash all the way. So on the 6th Tee Block I hit a very good five-iron straight toward the FLAG. At that point I did not know it was in the Hole but in the sprit of talking trash I told the fellows I was looking on the balcony of the adjacent housing development to see if anyone was filming my Hole-in-One. When we approached the green there was no golf ball on the green in site. I walked straight to the flag and low and behold, there was my titleist ball in the cup and I proceeded to talk even more trash. I was elated to say the least.

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