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September 16

Volvik Announces 23rd $500 Hole-in-One Winner To Cap Off Popular Campaign

 
Volvik announces the 23rd and last hole-in-one of their $500 Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge. 
 
Mark Malinoski of Colorado experienced the first ace of his 15 year golfing career on Sept. 7 with a Volvik DS-77 golf ball.
 
He made the shot from 104 yards with his gap wedge on hole #3 of Black Bear Golf Club in Parker, Colorado. Malinoski had purchased the DS-77 at the PGA TOUR SUPERSTORE in Aurora at an event that featured a meet and greet with Volvik staff player Craig Stadler.
 
“I bought the DS-77 at PGA Tour Superstore while the Walrus was there signing autographs,” said Malinoski. “The balls were in my car for a while and finally I started playing them before an upcoming tournament and I noticed that my drives started going a lot further. Friends were noticing and I was getting a lot more roll out and I hit 11 out of 14 fairways in one of my first rounds with the new ball. It works great!”
 
“I’m a club member at Black Stone and we were playing at its sister course Black Bear, a Club Corp, property,” said Malinoski. “We were playing in a Red, White, and Blue Challenge, a modified Stableford event. On the third hole, from the red tees I lined up with my gap wedge just to the right of the hole. I hit the ball flush and it was tracking the entire time. The ball hit short and right of the pin and preceded to roll to the left and into the cup. It was really cool to watch it go in as so many of the par 3s at Blackstone are blind shots. I stood on the tee box and waited for it to reappear beyond the flag stick but it never did. A foursome on #8 watched it go in and started yelling and hollering. That's when I realized it was in the hole!  I’m 52 years old and this is my 1st hole-in-one. I’ve been playing golf for 15 years. We jumped up and down and gave high fives all around.”
 
When asked if he would continue to play the DS-77 golf ball, Malinoski stated, “Oh heck yeah. I’ve gained an extra 30 yards of roll out, why should I pay $5 per golf ball when I have exactly what I need with this ball?”
Malinoski made his hole-in-one just in time to be the last hole-in-one of the year-long national contest for Volvik. The contest expired Sept. 15, but company officials indicated that they are working on a way to revive the popular contest.
 
“We’re looking in how we can keep the energy from this amazing contest going in 2016,” said National Director of Sales and Marketing Jon Claffey. ”This contest really put the DS-77 on the map, we attribute it to opening over 200 new distribution points for the DS-77. The contest was a catalyst for hundreds of golfers switching to the DS-77, what we consider to be the biggest bang for your buck ball available in golf. It truly is a 2-piece ball that acts like a distance ball off the tee and a tour ball around the greens. We have something special with this ball and the hole-in-one challenge gave us the ability to prove that to a lot of golfers. Be on the look-out for what’s next for this golf ball and the next possible iteration of the DS-77 hole-in-one challenge!”
 
There have been 23 official hole-in-one winners and winners have been reported from every part of the country. All in all, 17 winners have been men and six have been female covering 12 different states: (7 Florida, 3 Arizona, 3 California, 2 South Carolina, 1 North Carolina, 1 Mississippi, 1 Iowa, 1 New Jersey, 1 Connecticut, 1 Minnesota, 1 Wisconsin, 1 Colorado.)
 
 
#1, #3 Two of the first three aces of the contest were both made at Sun N’ Lake Golf Club in Sebring, FL. The hole-in-ones happened 10 days apart, but on different golf courses The aces were made by Sun N’ Lake regulars Joe Bowditch and Pat Dell. Both golfers are in their 60’s and were using a Yellow DS-77 golf ball. 
 
#2 Hole-in-one #2 was made by Nghi Le at the Fallen Oaks course at Beau Ridge Resort in Saucier, Mississippi on November 16. Le hit his Orange DS-77 162 yards into the hole using a 7-iron.
 
#4 The 4th hole-in-one took place December 21 in Arizona. Dan Parisi of Scottsdale recorded his 3rd hole-in-one in his 25 year of golfing with a Yellow DS-77.  The $500 winning shot took place on hole #8 at Ahwatukee Country Club. Parisi was using a 22-degree 4-wood on the 220 yard Par-3.
 
#5 DS-77 Challenge hole-in-one #5 went to Eunjoo Lee on December 30. Lee was the first woman to win the $500 Challenge. She hit an Orange DS-77 directly into the hole with a 9-iron on a 115-yard Par 3 at West Ridge Golf Course in La Habra, CA.
 
#6 The 6th hole-in-one of the contest happened Jan. 5 when Zeke Robertson holed out from 96 yards on hole #5 of Silo Run Golf Course in Boonesville, North Carolina.
 
#7 The 7th hole-in-one with a Volvik DS-77 was made by Do Yeon Kim on January 17. Kim made the hole-out with a 7-wood from 167 yards on hole #11 at Northwood Golf Club, the same facility that Volvik LPGA Tour staffer Mi Hyang Lee practices out of in Columbia, South Carolina. Kim plays the White DS-77. The 20-handicap Kim has been golfing for 10 years and this was his first ever hole-in-one.
 
#8 On January 26, hole-in-one #8 went to Richard Haug of Chandler, Arizona and his White DS-77 golf ball. This was the 2nd hole-in-one of the Challenge to take place in Arizona. Haug hit a 7-iron from 131 yards on hole #4 of Whirlwind Golf Club.
 
#9 DS-77 Challenge hole-in-one #9 went to Gigi Roberts of Orlando, Fla. when she holed out her Orange DS-77 with a 4-hybrid from 141 yards at Rio Pinar Country Club, an Integrity Golf managed golf course.
 
#10 The 10th hole-in-one of the national contest happened March 1 when Felipe Garcia holed out with a gap wedge from 95 yards on hole #4 of Arcadia Golf Course in Arcadia, Calif.
 
#11 On March 5, U.S. Military Afghanistan war veteran and combat wounded warrior Robert McIntyre made the 11th hole-in-one of the DS-77 Challenge at The Ridge at Kings Ridge Golf Course in Clermont, Fla. McIntyre aced his White DS-77 logoed with a Fairways for Warriors logo from an event Volvik sponsored at Eagle Creek Golf Club. McIntyre hit the shot with a 7-iron from 122 yards on hole #7 at The Ridge, another Integrity Golf managed property.
 
#12 DS-77 Challenge hole-in-one #12 went to Dave Humphreys of Minot, North Dakota on March 11 when he holed out an Orange DS-77 with a 8-iron from 170 yards at Dobson Ranch Golf Course in Mesa, Arizona.
 
#13 The 13th hole-in-one of the national contest happened March 21 when Janet Abrams holed out her Yellow DS-77 with a 5-wood from 147 yards on hole #6 of the Callawasie Island Magnolia course in Okatie, South Carolina.
 
#14 Pamela Howell of Port Orange, FL made her hole-in-one with a Yellow Volvik DS-77 golf ball. Howell made her second-ever hole-in-one with a 108-yard ace on the 6th hole of Crane Lakes Golf and Country Club.
 
#15 Hole-in-One #15 occurred on April 25th at Scholl Canyon Golf Club in Glendale, CA when Alex King holed out from 104 yards on hole #18 with an Orange DS-77.
 
#16 On May 17th Jackie Chechile hit an Orange DS-77 with a driver directly into the hole on the 126-yard Hole #12 at Fairways Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. 
 
#17 On June 7, Larry Fusco holed out with a 7-iron from 153 yards with a White DS-77 on Hole #7 of the Virginia course on Mallory Hill Country Club in The Villages, Florida. A few hours later, he hit his 2nd hole-in-one of the day with the same golf ball on the 130 yard 8th hole of the Amanda course at Malory Hill.
 
#18 Hole-in-one #18 took place at Tollwood Country Club in Hebron, Connecticut when 71-year-old golf professional David Lindbom holed out from 165 yards out with 6-iron. It was the 24th hole-in-one for Lindbom. 
 
#19 The #19 hole-in-one of the contest came on June 20 when Dennis Coon hit his White DS-77 into the cup with a pitching wedge on the 112-yard Par 3 Hole 7 at 5X80 Country Club in Menlo, Iowa.
 
#20 Hole-in-One #20 also came on came June 20th when Linda Calhoun hit a Yellow DS-77 into the hole with a 6-Hybrid on the Par 3 13th, a 129 yard hole of Fiddlers Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
 
#21 On June 28, Charlie O’Rourke made a $500 winning hole-in-one at Dodge Point Country Club in Mineral Point, Wisc. on the 137 yard hole #18 with a Yellow DS-77
 
#22 On July 10 at Como Golf Course in St. Paul, Minn., Earl Gurtner hit an Orange DS-77 in the hole from 138 yards away using his 7-iron.
 
#23 Mark Malinoski of Colorado experienced the first ace of his 15 year golfing career on Sept. 7 with a Volvik DS-77 golf ball. He made the shot from 104 yards with his gap wedge on hole #3 of Black Bear Golf Club in Parker, Colorado. Malinoski had purchased the DS-77 at the PGA TOUR SUPERSTORE in Aurora at an event that featured a meet and greet with Volvik staff player Craig Stadler.

 

July 15

 

Volvik Announces 8 New $500 Hole-in-One Winners,

Extension of DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge to Sept. 15

Volvik announces that eight new hole-in-ones have qualified for the $500 winning prize in the Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge. There have now been 22 official hole-in-one winners and the contest was recently extended to Sept. 15, 2015 due to its extreme popularity, an extension of almost three months from the original June 30 contest end date.

There’s always a story behind a hole-in-one and this latest batch of winners is no different.  One winner had two hole-in-ones on the same day with the same DS-77 golf ball in two different rounds, one of the aces happened on the last hole of a rain filled round that the winner never gave up on, one of the winning hole-in-ones was the 24th for the winner, one of the aces happened on the first ever swing on the DS-77 ball for her first hole-in-one and one golfer even called his shot!

                           

 

Winners have been reported from every part of the country. All in all, 16 winners have been men and six have been female covering 11 different states: (7 Florida, 3 Arizona, 3 California, 2 South Carolina, 1 North Carolina, 1 Mississippi, 1 Iowa, 1 New Jersey, 1 Connecticut, 1 Minnesota, 1 Wisconsin.)

#15 Hole-in-One #15 occurred on April 25th at Scholl Canyon Golf Club in Glendale, CA when Alex King holed out from 104 yards on hole #18 with an Orange DS-77.

“I went out with a few buddies one Sunday to play a fun round of golf at Scholl Canyon in Glendale,” said King. “It’s a nice course, short mostly par 3s but still challenging and fun. We were having a great time playing some decent golf until the 14th hole. That’s when it started to rain heavily. My buddy Nathan couldn't handle it he had to leave. Julien and I didn’t want to quit, maybe it was because we were stubborn or stupid or both. But we continued forward playing some of the worst golf I have ever played. By the time we got the 18th I was exhausted, cold, wet and ready to give up on the game of golf itself. I walked up to the tee took out my 54-degree wedge whacked that thing like there was no tomorrow. I hit it perfectly, it was beautiful. The green was elevated, but by the time I walked up I was surprised to notice my ball wasn't on the green. I thought I was delusional but Julien told me to go check. Once I saw that ball in the hole, I let out the biggest scream of my life. The club pros heard me yell and he came out. We were so excited and we left and had a few drinks on me. I love these Volvik balls. At first I got one ball and then he went back and bought at Roger Dunn West LA.  The DS-77 has a good feel and is a great fit for me. Great ball. It’s my 2nd hole-in-one, but my first in over 10 years. What was such a long and exhausting day turned out to be one of the best golf moments of my life!”

#16 Hole-in-One #16 took place May 17th on the 126-yard Hole #12 at Fairways Golf Club in Orlando, Florida. Jackie Chechile hit an Orange DS-77 with a driver directly into the hole.

“I’ve been golfing for 40 years and this was my 1st hole-in-one,” said Chechile. “I lived in the park since 1997 and have been playing with the ladies league. I got married almost two years ago and my husband and I started playing in the mixed leagues. I was standing on hole #12 and the boll rolled up the hill on the green and into hole. I almost fainted. We could see it go in and I was surprised. I ran off the tee jumping up and down. I had been playing the DS-77 since January 1stand signed up for the contest then, not thinking I would ever win.  May 17th was the day that my great-grand-daughter was born. I like the ball, it gives me a little more distance and it worked, I am going to keep playing it. I just a new box full!”

#17 The 17th Hole-in-One of the contest transpired on June 7th when Larry Fusco holed out with a 7-iron from 153 yards with a White DS-77 on Hole #7 of the Virginia course on Mallory Hill Country Club in The Villages, Florida. A few hours later, he hit his 2nd hole-in-one of the day with the same golf ball on the 130 yard 8th hole of the Amanda course at Malory Hill.

“I was not planning to play that day,” said Fusco. “I got a chance to join someone and got the first ace. Then got luck again with another hole-in-one on another hole. I’ve had 8 hole-in-ones in my life. It’s always nice, but it’s also kind of like ‘there I did it again.’ The people I was playing with didn’t even ask me to buy them drinks. When I was in high school and I had my first hole-in one, I bought water for everyone. When I was in the military, I had to buy nine drinks for the groups I was playing with. I got one playing with Lawrence Taylor at Boca Raton Country Club, that one was expensive. I had a couple in Palm Desert, but I’ve never had two in one day. This sets a new record for me. Especially two with the same ball. The DS-77 is a nice feeling ball. It gives me a perfect flight off the driver, a nice feel off the irons and it has great backspin on it. One of the hole in ones actually rolled back into the hole. I really, really like this golf ball.”

#18 Hole-in-One #18 happened was the 24th hole-in-one for 71-year-old golf professional David Lindbom. In 1980, Lindbom had 17 putts in a round, a national record for 20 some years.

“I was playing the Tollwood Country Club in Hebron, Connecticut with a hall of fame golfer by the name of Dennis Coscina,” said Lindbom. “We both teach together. The shot was from 165 yards out with 6 iron. Ron Ingata, a close friend, has been with me for six hole-in-ones. This was my 24th hole in one in my career. I’ve had a few that cost me a heck of lot of money buying drinks, so this one is like a dream come true! The ball was very high in the air and it went straight to the bottom of the hole. It was the first one I’ve ever had like that, just straight in. I really like the DS-77, it’s a very good ball. I’ve had four lip-ins with the same ball over a month and a half. I’ve come close to a hole-in-one with the DS-77 seven to eight times, so yes, I absolutely enjoy the ball.”

#19 The #19 hole-in-one of the contest came on June 20th when Dennis Coon hit his White DS-77 into the cup with a pitching wedge on the 112-yard Par 3 Hole 7 at 5X80 Country Club in Menlo, Iowa.

“I was playing with my wife and another couple for their 50th Class Reunion,” said Coon. “As usual I didn't think I had the correct club, but obviously I did. This was my fourth Ace. I have played golf for 48 years & never had an ace until last year. After the 2nd one, now I expect them all to go in!”

#20 Hole-in-One #20 also came on came June 20th when Linda Calhoun hit a Yellow DS-77 into the hole with a 6-Hybrid on the Par 3 13th, a 129 yard hole of Fiddlers Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

“I was carrying the ball around in the cart all day after being given one DS-77 golf ball at the LPGA Tour event at Stockton Seaview Golf Course,” said Calhoun. ”My husband had just used the ball, I was yelling at him to stop so he didn’t lose the ball. On the last par 3 of the day, I looked at the ball and said it was time to finally bring it out. My shot bounced on the front of the green and tracked the pin. It was the perfect shot, playing with husband and son-in-law, , I felt like I jumped about 5 feet off the ground I was so excited. This was my first ever hole-in-one! Of course, I love the ball now!”

#21 On June 28th, Charlie O’Rourke made a $500 winning hole-in-one at Dodge Point Country Club in Mineral Point, Wisc. on the 137 yard Hole #18 with a Yellow DS-77

"I am a 9 handicap and we tee’d off at 6 am,” said O’Rourke. “I was a little over par for the day, 8 or 9 over. I took my 6-hybrid instead of an 8-iron. When I hit it, I said ‘Geez, this is going to be good,’ and it was right on line. It went right for the pin , bounced once and went right in. We still weren't 100% sure so we drove up and took a look in the hole and sure enough, it was there. I said ‘There it is, the Volvik #1.’ I called the head pro on the phone and had him come out and check it. Everyone came out and congratulated me. It’s my 6th one. I've been golfing 66 years so I've had a lot of chances. I like the DS-77. I started in the Spring just playing Par 3's with it. I get same amount of distance as a Pro V1 and I get plenty of spin. It’s amazingly durable, I used the same ball at least eight rounds and it looks brand new. I am going to be playing this ball for a while now, it is a great ball. I brag it up to everyone and I love the color.”

#22 On July 10th at Como Golf Course in St. Paul, Minn., Earl Gurtner hit an Orange DS-77 in the hole from 138 yards away using his 7-iron.

“I registered the Volvik ball at the PGA Show in January 2015,” said Gurtner. “I never thought I would actually get a hole-in-one with a ball I had never used before. My wife encouraged me to play this ball on Friday, July 10. The hole-in-one happened during the National Senior Game, a three-day event with over 1500 golfers. It was held at one of the better courses around and it was playing extremely difficult. Very hard and difficult greens. Hole 16 was the last Par 3 hole of the day and my playing partner Gary hit his ball, it hit the flag and bounced a foot away. I actually told him I would show him how to do it, in jest. And I proceeded to hit the perfect shot with my Volvik ball. Thank you Volvik ball!”

 

Don’t Forget to Pre-Register for the Contest!

All 22 hole-in-ones have been confirmed through the rules of the contest as all golfers had pre-registered at www.volvik.com/hole-in-one and each filled out the proper paper work naming their witness and providing proof that they played golf that day. Each hole was beyond the 95-yard requirement and occurred in regular stroke play. The Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge began September 15, 2014 and it now goes until Sept. 15, 2015. To read the full rules of the contest, please visit www.volvik.com/hole-in-one.

May 28th

Volvik Announces Latest Hole-in-One, Extension of DS-77 Hole-in One Challenge to Sept. 15

Volvik announces that Pamela Howell of Port Orange, FL made the latest $500 winning hole-in-one in their DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge. Her hole-in-one with a Yellow Volvik DS-77 golf ball was the 14th confirmed winning hole-in-one since the national contest began in September.

Howell made her second hole-in-one with a 108-yard ace on the 6th hole of Crane Lakes Golf and Country Club.

“I shot the best round of my life,” said Howell. “When I got to the hole, I said to myself ‘I am going to try something different on this hole’ because it’s a hole I don’t usually reach. I used my 7-wood and the ball hit the front of the green, it took a couple bounces and rolled into the hole. I have to say that the Volvik ball has given me more distance. Where I used to be short, now I’m getting over.”

 

Here's Pamela Howell with her winning Yellow DS-77, the14th winner of the DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge!

April 15th

Volvik Announces 12th and 13th $500 Winners in DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge, Priceless Reaction to Hole-in-One Captured in Video

Volvik announces two more $500 hole-in-ones were made with their DS-77 golf ball in the Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge.

DS-77 Challenge Hole-in-One #12 went to Dave Humphreys of Minot, North Dakota on March 11th when he holed out an Orange DS-77 with a 8-iron from 170 yards at Dobson Ranch Golf Course in Mesa, Arizona.

Priceless video of Humphreys’ reaction to the hole-in-one and winning $500 is available to view here: https://youtu.be/h9tfLeVmrT0

“On the first hole I ever used the Volvik DS-77, I got a double eagle,” said Humphreys. “At the turn, I bought five more dozens.  I range from being a 14-16 handicap. The day of the hole-in-one, I was playing with a couple really good golfers at Dobson Ranch in Arizona. When it hit the green, one of the guys said ‘I think he likes it’, but there was sand trap in front of green and we didn’t know for sure.  I thought I saw the ball against the pin, but a second later we couldn’t see it and we all knew it went in. I immediately called one my good golfing buddies and told him I just won $500 with the golf balls I had bought.”

The hole-on-one was the first ever for Humphreys.

The 13th hole-in-one of the national contest happened March 21 when Janet Abrams holed out her Yellow DS-77 with a 5-wood from 147 yards on hole #6 of the Callawasie Island Magnolia course in Okatie, South Carolina.

“I was playing with 2 other girls,” said Abrams. “One thought it came up short and I can’t see that far anymore. When we got up to green, we couldn’t find the third ball, my ball, and the other playing partner came up and said ‘what about this ball in the hole?’ It was my 4th hole-in-one, my third at Callawasie, but I haven’t had one in 10 years. Volvik gave me a sample of the ball at the PGA Show and I’ve been carrying it around and using it strictly for Par 3’s. I really like the way the ball feels, I get all the distance that I need.”

Abrams is the third female winner of the DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge.

 

 

 

March 11th

Volvik Announces 3 More $500 Winners in DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge, Including Combat Wounded Warrior Robert McIntyre

Volvik announces three more hole-in-ones were made in the past two weeks with their DS-77 golf ball in the Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge.

DS-77 Challenge Hole-in-One #9 went to Gigi Roberts of Orlando, Fla. when she holed out her Orange DS-77 with a 4-hybrid from 141 yards at Rio Pinar Country Club, an Integrity Golf Company managed golf course.

“I had not played for a month in a half,” said Roberts. “On the 1st par 3 of the round, I picked up the ball and said to my husband that this is my hole-in-one ball. I teed it up into a lot of face wind and it went over the bunker and right into the cup. My friends husband saw it go in we drove up and the celebration began. I really enjoy the softness of the DS-77.”

Roberts, who is an 18 handicap player in her 60’s, is the second woman to win the $500 Challenge. It is her third career hole-in-one.

The 10th hole-in-one of the national contest happened March 1 when Felipe Garcia holed out with a gap wedge from 95 yards on hole #4 of Arcadia Par 3 Golf Course in Arcadia, Calif.

“All I have to say is this experience was amazing, no better rush than making a hole in one!” said Garcia. “We were playing in a five-some and was already having a great round of golf, but the hole-in-one was just the ultimate icing on the cake. I used to use mainly Bridgestone or Titleist, but I think I'll stick with Volvik from here on out!”

On March 5, U.S. Military Afghanistan war veteran and combat wounded warrior Robert McIntyre made the 11th hole-in-one of the DS-77 Challenge at The Ridge at Kings Ridge Golf Course in Clermont, Fla. McIntyre aced his White DS-77 logoed with a Fairways for Warriors logo from an event Volvik sponsored at Eagle Creek Golf Club. McIntyre hit the shot with a 7-iron from 122 yards on hole #7 at The Ridge, another Integrity Golf Company managed property.

“I was playing with the guys I call one arm Jack, one leg Steve and Tony, all war veterans,” said McIntyre. “I was injured in Afghanistan serving our country and I got the DS-77 ball at a Fairways for Warriors event Volvik was sponsoring at Eagle Creek. This was my first hole-in-one, I never thought I'd make one! I hit it, it kicked right and rolled right into the hole, a perfect shot. I jumped and down and screamed and then I called Volvik on the phone directly from the golf course, as I said to myself, wait a minute that's the hole-in-one ball! I’m a really hard swinger and this ball has been great for me.”

All 11 hole-in-ones have been confirmed through the rules of the contest as all golfers had pre-registered at www.volvik.com/hole-in-one and each filled out the proper paper work naming their witness and providing proof that they played golf that day. Each hole was beyond the 95-yard requirement and occurred in regular stroke play. The Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge began September 15, 2014 and goes until June 30, 2015. To read the full rules of the contest, please visit www.volvik.com/hole-in-one.

 

February 4th

 

Volvik Announces 4 More $500 Winners in DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge

Volvik announces that four more hole-in-ones were made with Volvik DS-77 golf balls in the Volvik DS-77 Hole-in-One Challenge in the last month.

DS-77 Challenge Hole-in-One #5 went to Eunjoo Lee on December 30. Lee is the first woman to win the $500 Challenge. She hit an Orange DS-77 directly into the hole with a 9-iron on a 115-yard Par 3 at West Ridge Golf Course in La Habra, CA.

“About two months ago, I chose the Orange DS-77 at an event Volvik was putting on,” said Lee. “I usually preferred to play with a White ball, but I love the darker Orange of the DS-77. I have definitely gained some distance with the DS-77. The weather was not great; windy and bit chilly and my shots were off overall. I hit a 9-iron on 116 yards hole. It rolled right in the hole. It was my first hole in one in California. I celebrated with friends afterwards.”

 

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