Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Kelly Buckner, 9-wood, 145-yard 6th hole at Avery Ranch; witnesses: Bill Buckner, Luke Allison, Jaime Pena

Thomas Flynn, 7-iron, 157-yard 17th hole at Balcones; witnesses: Scott Charvet, Jeff King

Hank Haliasz, 8-iron, 125-yard 5th hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Bob Tolley, Jack Neal, Brad Cole

John Mallach, 9-iron, 136-yard 8th hole at Crystal Falls; witnesses: Brad Massey, David Krant, Randy Norton

Allister McNeish, hybrid, 158-yard 16th hole at Legacy Hills; witnesses: Dannt Nardecchia, Jeff Martin

Jim Perry, 8-iron, 125-yard 16th hole at White Wing; witnesses: Jan Perry, Rick Denham, Penny Denham

Chuck Shields, pitching wedge, 97-yard 5th hole at Cowan Creek; witnesses: Marvin McNeil, Jin Noak, Bobby Jones

John Wilcox, 8-iron, 135-yard 7th hole at Delaware Springs; witnesses: Dennis Bacque, Don Nelson, Richard Dunegan, David Wayland

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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