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My 3rd Hole in on
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First hole out
Posted: November 24, 2013
Hole number 8 at Crescent Hill Gold Course, a 127 yard step uphill blind hole. I had commented to my partners that I had gotten a hole in one here 7 years ago and had not gotten close since. I hit a high shot in hopes of holding the green. Quite a surprise and thrill when my partner found my ball in the hole
don,t have any vidio but two whitnesses at abita golf course on hole 16 i hit a hole in one using your ball great ob on balls thank u
I got my first hole-in-one after years of playing.Unfortunately I was playing alone.So I did not report to my club.
I was playing the west nine with the kids from the junior camp. They were new to the game, and were fooling around trying to make me mess up. I was able to not let it get to me until the par 4th 5th hole. I hit two tee shots out of bounds and it just spit balled from there. I finished the hole with a 10! So of course i wasn't very happy. I played the six hole not to bad making a bogey. But by now they were just making fun of me for messing up so bad. But when i got up to the seventh tee everything changed. It was a back left pin tucked behind a bunker. I naturally hit a draw so i aimed about 5 yards right of the bunker. Honestly i hit the ball thin but the ball flight was good, it was coming across the green from right to left. I couldn't see the hole, i had thought it went to far. one of the junior camp kids said it had went in, but they were messing with me the hole round so of course i didn't believe them. The junior camp counselor, who was about 19, heard him say it had gone in and went up to the hole to check it out himself. He then walked up to me has i was walking to the green and said "I hate you right now" because he never got a hole in one yet. I then quickly ran up to the hole and there it was sitting right in the hole. I remember being in so much shock that on the 9th tee i gave everyone a high five saying "i just got a hole in one". When i finished my round i walked up to the other counselor that i get along with very well, he asked how i played and i said "Well... i got a eagle on a par 3!" He was almost happier than i was, it was great!
Posted: November 23, 2013
Ran the Erie Presque Isle Marathon on Sunday qualifying for the Boston Marathon by nearly 30 minutes with a 3:10. Next day, Monday, with some overall body soreness from the race had great opportunity to play in the Buffalo Bills Alumni Golf Tourney. Our 2nd hole at Seneca Hickory Stick (beautiful new layout north of Niagara Falls, NY) was the 12th ... approx 157yds into a rather strong headwind. Chose a 7 iron and really smoothed it! One of my playing partners was laying down heavy compliment on how nice the swing was ... we were chatting back and forth not really paying attention on the finish of the shot ... while another partner said matter of fact "I think that went into the hole". Sure enough my Titleist Pro V1 392 was in the cup! With sore legs, my short irons for some reason were laser focused that day but my long game was horrible. I also won the tourney's "closest to the pin hole" with a shot to 11 inches. This is my 2nd hole-in-one, my first was during a high school golf match 38 years ago as a 16 year old. Didn't think it would take so long to get another one! Plan next spring day after the Boston Marathon ... I will play a round of golf somewhere hoping the HIO magic can strike again!