Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Wayne Barnes, 5-iron, 183-yard 17th hole at Great Hills; witnesses: Jenny Barnes, Dean Verhaeghe, Mary Verhaeghe

Chris Carlton, 8-iron, 138-yard 6th hole at Wolfdancer; witnesses: Jon Smalling, Erik Moore, Dean Vandergriff

Don Dean, gap wedge, 81-yard 14th hole at Spanish Oaks; witnesses: Chris Finke, Steve Sharp, Joe Knezevich

Russell Hur, 5-iron, 170-yard 7th hole at Lions Municipal; witnesses: Kevin Kelp, Dwayne Holt, Richard Ashcroft

Casey Higgins, 7-iron, 169-yard 8th hole at Roy Kizer; witnesses: Scott Fondren, Brendan Jones, Jay Watson, Frank Rodriguez

Carl B. Marseilles, 7-iron, 126-yard 15th hole at Lions Municipal; witnesses: Bo Hinton, Ben Bobo, Anthony Gregg

Bob Shelton, 8-iron, 138-yard 12th hole at Legacy Hills: witnesses: Bryce Hedger, Vern Larson, Bobby Lockwood

Jeff Wiese, 6-iron, 150-yard 7th hole at White Wing; witnesses: John Griffin, John Cortez, Lindy Roberts

Kent Wells, 5-hybrid, 167-yard 2nd hole at The Hills Signature; witnesses: Jake St. Philip, Peggy St. Philip

Submit holes-in-one via email at sportsdesk@statesman.com or fax at 445-3868. Holes-in-one must be submitted by the appropriate golf course or organization.



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