5 and Counting

5 and Counting

So where do I start.... My first hole in one happened when I was in 9th grade playing in a varsity high school match. I skulled my tee shot with a 5iron off the 175 yard fifth hole and my HVC Soft Feel smacked the flag stick and dropped in for an ace. My team went on to win the match by one shot with my score counting. My second hole in one was with a 58 degree wedge to a 112 yard par3. I watched my ProV1X spin backwards from the back of the green into the cup during a leisure round of golf with my dad. My third hole might be the most special because it was an albatross. It was during the semi-finals of the club championship at my country club. On the 4th hole, which is a blind tee shot. I hit a 245 yard 3wood right at the green. The fouresome and I searched for the ball for a few mins, but had no luck. Untill, my competitor spotted a ball mark 3 feet shy of the cup. He shouted to me, reached his hand in the cup and pulled out my ProV1X. The fourth hole in one was at my home course again. This time it was on the third hole, which was a 225 yard par 3. I hit a butter cut 3wood right on the screws towards the green. The ProV1X landed pin high, went up a slope, and rolled backwards into the cup as me, my father, and a fourseome from the fourth tee watched. My most recent hole in one was little more than a year ago. It happend during the fall season of my d2 collegiate golf career. I hit a 165 yard 8 iron with a little draw right at the flag. Again the ProV1X found the bottom of the cup after it landed, took two bounces, and rolled in on my second hole of the tournament. I consider my self very lucky. I have only been playing golf for ten years and already have 5 hole in ones, with one being a albatross. Each and every hole in one has been priceless, and each time it has been a titliest golf ball thats been right there with me to celebrate. Thank you Titliest for being part of my 5 hole in ones, and I hope theres going to be some more.

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