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  • Mrs. Pease was a member of Burke Lake women's golf league and, at 72, scored a hole-in-one, her family said.

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  • Getty Images Tom Watson After a round which included a hole-in-one on the sixth hole yesterday, Tom Watson told the story of his first ace ever.

    Young Tom Watson's First Hole-in-One

  • Watson was especially excited because he had been using a Dunlop No. 4 ball, and he was well aware of ads in the golf magazines promising that anyone who made an ace with a Dunlop ball could send the ball to the company and receive in return a hole-in-one plaque with the ball mounted on it.

    Young Tom Watson's First Hole-in-One

  • Matthews, like Maggot, has no handicap certificate: "It takes four hours and the electronics business is something I spend most of my time at, though I actually had a hole-in-one at the Royal Ottawa Golf Club about 10 years ago," he says.

    Meet Celtic Manor's Sir Terry Matthews ... and a man called Maggot

  • Quiros shot a 68, surviving a wild round that included a hole-in-one and a triple bogey to finish at 11-under 277, one stroke ahead of Anders Hansen of Denmark (70) and James Kingston of South Africa (67).

    Tiger Falls Short

  • • I once had a hole-in-one … on a par four … with a 5-wood.

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  • It is wonderfully appropriate that the Masters, for instance, should reward its champion with a parsley--coloured blazer that only a golfer could care for, and that the rest of us would have taken down to the Sally Army quicker than you can say hole-in-one.

    England's cricketers will get a mace to go with their kingly crown | Emma John

  • People have also suffered sudden heart attacks at times of extreme joy or excitement—such as hitting a hole-in-one in golf or being acquitted of a crime.

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  • Max did really well, and got his first hole-in-one ever.

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  • Marshall Faulk, who finished tied for 15th, came within 2 feet of his second hole-in-one for the week, but his timing was bad.

    Rhoden wins record eighth Tahoe celebrity golf title

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