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14-Year-Old Golfer - Hole In One (taped from the green)

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Been reading this site for years mostly to help guide my son as he rises through the junior golf ranks.  Thought I'd finally share something :-)

14-year old Quin Polin - Hole In One - 2019/01/09.

A thing of beauty - two little bounces and straight in the hole!
Brand new Adidas shoes (thanks Adidas Golf) and a new Titleist Vokey sand wedge (thanks GOLFTEC) probably had a hand in it!

Fresh off a record setting 63 at the ACC Southeastern Fall Classic at N.C. State University, 
he shoots his second ever hole in one.  This time his dad (me!) was there there to film it from the green at 
Knight's Play Golf Center, Apex, N.C.

 

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Hate the little bugger... <mumblegrumble> congrats...

And on another note.. doesn't ANYONE on that hole fix the ball marks? that green was atrocious

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The kid has a pretty good arm.  If golf doesn't work out he might consider pitching or speed bowling.

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Great shot and its awesome that you were able to record it.

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That's neat. Congratulations. But you have no avatar! And you only have one post since Tuesday? That's gotta change, Kevin! :beer:

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Great shot.

This was also posted on WRX and others have questioned if the teen was practicing...there are several pitch marks by the hole....he didn't bring his golf clubs up to the green and why was his putter already lying on the fringe of the green?

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10 minutes ago, Mr22putt said:

Great shot.

This was also posted on WRX and others have questioned if the teen was practicing...there are several pitch marks by the hole....he didn't bring his golf clubs up to the green and why was his putter already lying on the fringe of the green?

Almost certainly.

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41 minutes ago, Mr22putt said:

Great shot.

This was also posted on WRX and others have questioned if the teen was practicing...there are several pitch marks by the hole....he didn't bring his golf clubs up to the green and why was his putter already lying on the fringe of the green?

Wow, the internet sleuths catch everything. Thanks for the post.

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18 hours ago, iacas said:

Almost certainly.

If I sink a long putt on the practice green....I count it as a birdie....if I pitch in from 30 yards in the practice area, I mark it as an eagle....I once shot 56 during a practice session.😂🤣😭

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