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Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Skip Boorman, pitching wedge, 92-yard 5th hole at Cowan Creek

Gary Chenoweth, 9-iron, 125-yard 13th hole at Bluebonnet Hill; witness: Mike Anderson

Dan Neal, pitching wedge, 117-yard 13th hole at Bluebonnet Hill; witnesses: Ron Mullen, Jim Bourne, Clyde Danks

Ralph Ott, 8-iron, 141-yard 6th hole at Forest Creek; witnesses: Mike Irish

Bruce Smith, 6-iron, 144-yard 7th hole at Lions Municipal; witness: Graham Duke

JT Stubblefield, 7-iron, 185-yard 7th hole at Teravista; witness: Chance Doyle

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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