Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Jim Hammock, pitching wedge, 100-yard 8th hole at Austin Country Club; witnesses: Daryl White, Ron Marshall, Tony Thomason, Larry Nan

Bill Moriarty, 6-iron, 128-yard 10th hole at Lost Creek; witnesses: James Cowan, Bretagne Cowan

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