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Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Cody Childers, 7-iron, 178-yard 3rd hole at Spanish Oaks; witnesses: Mikayla Childers, Coy Dobson

Tom Ezell, pitching wedge, 123-yard 3rd hole at Barton Creek Fazio Foothills; witnesses: Robert Mignatti, Michael Ford

Cheryl Gauthier, pitching wedge, 105-yard 8th hole at Crystal Falls; witness: Payne Boyd

John Keel, 6-iron, 158-yard 7th hole at The Hills Signature; witness: Mason Guin

Bob Larsen, 5-iron, 162-yard 14th hole at The Hills Signature; witnesses: Dave Gray, Jim Downes

Robbie Robinson, 9-iron, 123-yard 5th hole at ColoVista; witnesses: Scott Stueve, Jerry Shaw

Michael Toeller, hybrid, 183-yard 3rd hole at Morris Williams; witnesses: Frank Medeiros, Chris Dodd

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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