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  1. 1. What was your best one hole result ?

    • Hole in one on a par 4
    • Hole in one
    • Double Eagle
    • Eagle
    • Birdy

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Mine was at the 14th at Broadlands golf course. It's a par 5 dogleg left with trees on the dogleg, where you can see the green over a lake around the dogleg. The trees only go partway down the sharp dogleg, meaning if you hit a tee shot on the right side of the fairway and hit it long enough, it's a simple shot on in two despite the 570 yard distance on the scorecard. I hit a good drive, maybe 280, but down the right side near the trees leaving myself with a small blind draw from 190 out to the pin. Hit an easy 6 and my partner near gave me a heart attack. Here's his dialouge, "That's going to be on, nice shot...Wait, that's a great shot, within 10 feet. IT"S IN THE MOTHER ****ING HOLE!!!!!!!Wait, wait, no, I was wrong, you're left with a few feet for eagle". It was probably the most interesting eagle I've ever made.

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Hole in one. Just a week and a half ago. 181 yard par 3 at Teal Bend in Sacramento. Used a 6 iron and shot it 18" past the cup...watched that bad boy spin back all the way in. Best iron shot I have ever had. A complete fluke.
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Originally Posted by zipazoid

Three aces on par 3s, prob about 50 or so eagles on par 4s & 5s. Never had a double eagle.

You, sir, have stolen too much luck from the rest of us. Please return it immediately so I can have a hole in one, instead of forcing me to watch as my closest hole in one attempt does a 180* lip out back at me.

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162yd par3....8-iron ACE   Easily my best shot.......I also have 12 eagles on par4s and about 100 eagles in total.   The ace definitely takes center stage........

PS.....I even holed a shot from 228yds on a long par4 for eagle......it's still not my best shot because I only have 1 ace.   The 228yd hole-out is just the best of 12, but scoring a 1 is in an entirely different class.

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Just a simple bird on a par 3 last month. My ball landed on the green, hopped once, hit the stick and settled for an 8 inch tap-in. One of my playing partners swore he saw it go in the hole and bounce out. It would have been my second ace if it had gone in. The satisfaction comes because I had just carded an 8 on the previous hole  playing with two guys I didn't know, and it's nice to show one has some game.

Another satisfying hole this summer was a par on a dogleg 4. I sliced the tee shot into a water hazard. Took the drop and put the third one on the green with a 190 yard 5 wood. Then a 20 footer dropped.  That's my only par with a penalty shot and also one of two times I've parred that hole.

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Mine was the par 5 4th on Allister Mackenzie at Haggin Oaks. Normally get pars on it, but one day I hit a 325 yard drive and realized I had a shot at the green with my 5 iron. Had to go over water which is intimidating, but I knocked down within 5 feet for an eagle try and sunk the putt.
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