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My first ace
Hole in one at Ballybunion Ireland
HOLE IN ONE
My First Ace and My 15 Minutes of Fame
My first Hole in One
My First Ace
ANNIVERSARY HOLE IN ONE
Hole in One on a special day
First hole out
First Hole in One - Par-3 Course
Posted: September 14, 2014
On my least favorite hole, 110 yards, over water with an elevated green. The flag was in the front of the green with the sand trap in front of the green. It was the first day of our big member/guest tournament. I knew I hit a solid ball- the ball didn't hit the green- it just dropped straight into the hole.
September 7 and September 14 2014. I eagled 18 at Edgewood Park golf course. Par 4 350 yard hole. The September 7 eagle was 108 yard gap wedge. The September 14 eagle was a 128 yard pitching wedge both shots hitting pro v1x ball .
Playing on a windy day with 4 friends. Last to tee off on 7th hole; 195 yd into a 10-15 mph wind. Flushed a 5 wood; landed about 3 feet short and rolled into the hole. Awesome! Cost: $200 at nearest bar!
At 71 years of age I finally got a hole in one. It happened at Quail Valley Golf Course in Missouri City Tx on September 3, 2014 on hole # 5 a 95 yard hole using a wedge. I hit a Titleist prov1x. When I hit the shot, I said that is going to be close and then it disappeared into the hole. With my 17 handicap it was pure luck. Won't probably be that lucky again. Bob Akeroyd
Posted: September 13, 2014
125 yards up hill to blind green. I hit a gap wedge with a baby draw and thought it should be close. When I got to the green there was a ball mark about 24in from the pin and when I looked in the hole, there it was hiding.