Hole-in-one stories

My First Hole in One

On November 1st of this year I was participating in a local golf tournament and was the last one to tee off from our threesome. I hit my Titleist Vokey 50* Gap wedge towards the 118 yd #5 hole at the Brownsville Golf Center. I hit it and it had a god line but I couldn't see the ball on the green. The other guys on my team said that they only saw two golf balls on the green and there should have been three. I told them that I didn't want to get my hopes up. The other team hit and now we could approach the green. I walked over to the pin and waived one of my teammates over to take a look at the hole. I was smiling ear to ear after the Hole in One was confirmed. Woo Hoo !!!!!

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My mind stood still. I thought it could be in the hole, but when we got to the green, there it was, partially stuck in the hole.
As we began approaching the green, we saw it fall, all the way in!
It was like on TV.
What a kick!!

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Slam Dunk

It was a crisp fall day. I was playing my second round of the day with a good friend. The signature 8th hole plays from an elevated tee 143 yards to the green. I pulled PW, the same club I hit during my morning round. The second it left the club, it looked good. My playing partner and I heard a crack and saw the flag stick shake. I knew it had to either slam dunk or ricochet off the green. When I got to the green I saw that I damaged the hole when as the ball flew directly in the cup for an ace. What a feeling.

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My first ace

11-16-14 at Falconhead in Lakeway, TX in a 4 man scramble, I hit my first hole in one! 146 yard 9 iron on #8. You can't see the surface of the green from the tee box so we didn't see it go in...made it kind of anticlimactic.
I'm 38 and have been playing since I was 22. I play a couple times a week and just figured I'd be one of those golf fiends that never gets his ace. Had 4 witnesses, so it made it pretty sweet.
Hit a Titleist 2 Velocity.

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Saving The Best For Last

Steve, Dick and Curt and I were on the 18th tee on October 6 with the pin back it was 172. It's a beautiful finishing hole with water front, back and right. The peninsula does provide a bailout let, but you're looking at 4. This is a solid 6 or easy 5 iron for me, but the wind was blowing at least 1 club so I pulled from my png G15 complete set (Anser Putter)the 7 iron and kept saying to myself, just hit it solid and the wind will get you close. Hit it straight. The ball never left the flag.

It was close alright. It went in the hole. What a great day with great friends. It's only my second hole in one and I believe I'm enjoying it more. As I was placing the ball in a my Png Carry Bag compartment I laughed to my friends about it being October 6 and the PROV1X was a 6

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