Whilst travelling overseas recently my husband and I were playing golf
with a group of surgeons from Australia at Spyglass Hill Golf Course,
Pebble Beach, California. Where I got my first hole-in-one on the 5th
(called Bird Rock). I was presented with a flag and certificate. Also
the group I was playing with presented me with a small trophy and memorabilia
from the course. It was a very exciting and memorable occasion.
to Judy Simpson for her
first Hole in One
had my first hole-in-one
on the 11th hole at Randwick
when playing with my sister
on Friday 7 November 2003.
Even though we were only
playing social golf, it
was witnessed by the group
in front and the group behind
as it was very slow play.
It was mind blowing!
to Christine of Mosman for
achieving not one but two
holes in one.
Friday 1st September I was playing in my regular 9th hole competition
at Cammeray Golf Club, I got to the 9th (par 3) I must get a par to make
up for a couple of wayward holes, and to my great delight I got a hole-in-one
(hit the green and rolled into the hole), there was much excitment from
fellow players and my Family (all golfers). On Tuesday 5th September,
I was playing in my regular 18 hole competition, walking around the course
enjoying the congratulations from other players, got up to the 12th (par
3), you've probably guess it I got another hole-in-one (hit the flagstick
and straight into the hole). Disbelief, excitment, I was not sure how
to react. My family (males) were very excited about the 1st hole-in-one
but second is a little harder for them to take! I am quietly feeling very
happy with myself 1 a 6!!!