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My hole in one
First Hole In One
It did not take long
1st hole in one
John Sherrow Hole In One
My First Ace
ANNIVERSARY HOLE IN ONE
Hole in One on a special day
First hole out
Posted: April 14, 2014
This was my second hole in one. The first one occured on the 4th hole of the Nashua Country Club in Nashua,NH.on July 29, 2005.
it was my first time out at my home course. we just opened on Friday. i played in Florida two weeks prior ,we played five times. so i was very excited to finally play at home. i had a par on the first hole and i also had a par on two on the third hole a 154 yd par three i would have normally hit an 8 iron but i thought i would try my 7 i just got my new titleist ap1 last fall on demo day. i tee'd off last in my group my buddy's were saying its all over the flag but i thought it was short. but when we walked up the ball was in the cup with the ball mark 2 inches in front of the cup. i have been playing golf since i was 11 years old and i'm now 54 with my first. awesome feeling i am very happy with my new irons and my titelist balls. i never play anything else i'm very superstious.
Do you ever feel like you are overdue for an ace and that you've just got to have a hole-in-one? Neither did I, but I often made jokes about it. This weekend I was playing in the Golf Channel AM Tour event at Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg VA. The first round was on the Plantation Course. It was a great day for golf and I had my usual slow start and mediocre round going when we got to the par 3, 5th hole, I told my cart partner "I am due for a hole-in-one. I think that after 40 years of playing golf the time ought to be about right" I missed the green chipped on and then three putted for a double bogie. The joke was quickly forgotten. The next par 3 was the 9th hole, a 96 yarder over a fairly deep waste area. The green was protected by a bunker in front, and the pin was center of the green. I leave too many sand wedges short, and pitching wedge was too much club. There was the bunker and if I was short of the bunker, I'd be down in the ravine. I took the pitching wedge, laid the face open, choked up, and aimed a little left of center. I don't know where that swing came from but it was a well timed and very smooth swing and my ProV1 was on it's way. I said "That's sweet! Get in the hole" The ball on a nice high trajectory landed on the green 6 feet from the cup, checked up for a split second, then released and tracked right to the hole. Perfect line, perfect speed, perfect shot. I was so shook up, I couldn't do anything right on the final 9, but I got my Ace so I'm no longer overdue.
I've only been playing for about 3 and a half years my handy cap is 20 when I made my first eagle on a par 5 I thought that was the greatest thing in the world but when I made my first hole in one now that was the best feeling ever
Posted: April 13, 2014
Hole #10 at the Kissena Park Golf Course in Queens New York. 111 yard shot Pitching wedge perfect contact and ball just disappeared off the green and into the hole