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First Hole in One
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First Hole in One - Par-3 Course
Posted: December 10, 2014
While playing 18 holes at Charles T. Meyers Golf Course in Charlotte, NC, on Sunday, 12/7/14, I scored a hole-n-one on hole # 17; as witnessed by Carl Jones & Michael Bailey. Marlon L. Williams
Well, it only took 63 years but last Sunday, the 7th, I made my first hole-in-one at Stonebridge Ranch CC on the Hills Course in McKinney, Texas. Playing with the wife as guests of another couple, it was on the 153 yard par 3 15th with a 7 iron and a Titleist ProV1X #3. Well struck, it was dead on the whole way. Landed about 10 feet short and rolled in. The only thing that would have made it better would have if it had happened at my home course. I'm in the hole-in-one club there and it would have been worth about $1,500 in pro shop credit. But I'm not complaining. Johnny T.
April 7, 2014. 230 yds with fairway metal 3. April 14, 2014. 155 yds with an 8 iron. First and second hole-in-ones! Couldn't stop laughing for a month. Both at Oak Hill Country Club in San Antonio.
October 28, 2014 age 15 Fitting my first hole in one comes with my favorite Titleist 52 degree wedge and a Titleist prov1x playing with my Dad. 108 yards pulled back into the front pin, very fun.
Posted: December 08, 2014
I broke free on my first day of vacation on the Outer Banks. I played a great round at Nags Head Golf Links yet bettered the round finishing it off with a hole in one on #17. The swing felt awkward but it apparently was pretty powerful as it carried my PW shot up the hill 132 yards flying over the flag in the middle of the green. The ball was still moving, moving back down the slope. It disappeared. I asked "Did it" and my playing partner looked at me and said "I think it did, lets get up there". Sure enough, a hole in one. The feeling of elation carried me through the next two days. My plaque hands above the mantel.