Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Billy Abel, driver, 180-yard 12th hole at Jimmy Clay; witnesses: Gary Briscoe, Mike Moore, Penny Louis, Harry Hendrickson

Mike Canon, 7-iron, 188-yard 5th hole at Riverside; witness: Michael Travis

Ava Frazier, pitching wedge, 68-yard 4th hole at Plum Creek; witnesses: Robert Frazier, Brooklyn Wendelken, Madison Wendelken, Brittany Wendelken

Frank Haught, 8-iron, 122-yard 17th hole at Onion Creek (North); witnesses: Jonathan Purcell, Layne Park

Aaron Hickman, sand wedge, 106-yard 15th hole at Star Ranch; witnesses: Zak Murray, Ray Hickman, Barbara Hickman

Russell Miller, sand wedge, 117-yard 8th hole at ShadowGlen; witnesses: Richard Horn, Dick Horn, Brent Doncaster

Chris Vincent, 9-iron, 120-yard 8th hole at Crystal Falls; witnesses: Bryan Neuhaus, Chris Shive, Steve Nagal

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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