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Pablo Carrasquillo, 6-hybrid, 127-yard 13th hole at Lions Municipal; witnesses: John R. Salas Jr., David Narvaez

Jim Goss, 7-iron, 115-yard 5th hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Ivan Johmson, Joe Kosalko

Dennis Healy, 6-iron, 173-yard 2nd hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Henry Wood, Tom Williams

Tiom Hegarty, 7-iron, 145-yard 4th hole at Legacy Hills; witnesses: Bruce Tabor, Bob Johnston, Jim Breen

Patti Lasswell, driver, 131-yard 7th hole at Lakeway Live Oak; witnesses: Sandy Nees, Paula Crawley, Laurie Marcus

Jerry Meley, 7-wood, 135-yard 7th hole at Lakeway Yaupon; witnesses: John Summerlin, Jim Parrish, James Poplin

Ann Woody, 8-iron, 96-yard 5th hole at Jimmy Clay; witnesses: Lo Ann Pratt, Don Pratt, OK Liang

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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