A hole-in-one is a moment to be celebrated and here at The Tee Times, we take that seriously. Here are some readers who recently nabbed an ace.
Baldonick Fernandez Jr.
Nov. 6, 2019, Trump National
Doral Red Tiger Course,
No. 17, Callaway driver, 306 yards
“This is my son’s second hole in one, but this one was on a Par 4.” – Baldonick Fernandez Sr.
Jan. 28, Osprey Point Golf Course,
No. 7, 7-wood, 170 yards
“We never saw it go in. I was looking in bushes behind the hole when another golfer made a putt and saw my ball.”
Oct. 13, 2019, Tequesta Country Club,
No. 5, 4-hybrid Big Bertha, 175 yards
“I knew I hit a good shot, but then someone shouted ‘It just went in!’ and I didn’t know how to react. It is a moment I will not forget.”
Send the details of your hole-in-one to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.teetimesnews.com/hole-in-one and let us give you some of your 15 minutes of fame for your special achievement. You should be celebrated.