Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Robin Bass, 97-yard 13th hole at Onion Creek; witnesses: Debby McCullough, Bonnie Ferguson

Chris Blades, gap wedge, 93-yard 15th hole at Star Ranch; witness: Joe Lourigan

Angel Gandara, 6-iron, 140-yard 10th hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Larry Wasson, Larry Stewart, Howard Lange

Don Hankey, 8-iron, 118-yard 5th hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Don Conaway, Don Columbus, Dan Leffingwell

Dave Kennedy, 7-iron, 140-yard 2nd hole at Crystal Falls; witnesses: Ron Butler, James Taylor

Thurman Lauret, 6-iron, 147-yard 2nd hole at The Hills Flintrock Falls; witnesses: Bob Wade, Fred Glasgow Jr., Bob Plate Sr.

Bill Poor, 7-iron, 147-yard 12th hole at White Wing; witnesses: Gary Wood, Mike Smith

David Roberson, wedge, 80-yard 3rd hole at Mustang Creek; witnesses: Wayne Kirchoff, Rusty Nelson, Jim Riley, T.R. Sellstrom

Jerry Robinson, 7-iron, 136-yard 2nd hole at Blue Lake; witnesses: John Moran, Tommy Atkins, Mark Atkins

Connie Schmeisser, 7-iron, 124-yard 8th hole at Legacy Hills; witnesses: Sherrie Stuart, Joann Reed

Carter Shelton, 6-iron, 140-yard 2nd hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Bob Shelton, Don Gentry, Ben McKenzie

Joe Tubbs, 8-iron, 140-yard 17th hole at White Wing; witnesses: Ken Morrison, Larry Kowalski, Viv Vanaudanhove

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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