Central Texas hole-in-one listings


Leroy Braun, 7-iron, 104-yard 12th hole at Star Ranch; witnesses: Frank Guttman, Chuck Pfeifer, Larry Latas

Greg Breed, 3-wood, 174-yard 8th hole at Avery Ranch; witness: Clint Hampton

Odell Buchhorn, 5-iron, 149-yard 5th hole at Delaware Springs; witness: Jim Myers, Glenn R. Horn

Grayson Crayton, 6-iron, 150-yard 12th hole at Morris Williams; witnesses: Tony Lawrence, Tommy Wyatt

Ted Davis, 7-iron, 149-yard 8th hole at Barton Creek Lakeside; witnesses: Jerry Wolfe, Kent Mason

Sebastian Lanzetti, 4-iron, 181-yard 8th hole at Avery Ranch; witnesses: Max McCauly, Jacob McCord

Willie Maese, 7-iron, 147-yard 12th hole at Morris Williams; witnesses: John Ellis, Dennis Ingram, Slappy Fiegel

Robert A. Murrow, 7-iron, 150-yard 13th hole at Avery Ranch; witness: Don Winston

Michael Neeley, 8-iron, 145-yard 9th hole at Cimarron Hills; witnesses: Dave Barker, Jim Pacek

Sydney Schuster, 7-iron, 125-yard 8th hole at Morris Williams; witnesses: Robert Kraft, Greg Phillips

Michael Trotter, gap wedge, 112-yard 8th hole at Austin Country Club; witnesses: Stephanie Trotter, Elaine Trotter

Phil Willshaw, 8-iron, 105-yard 9th hole at Balcones; witnesses: Nick Sisak, Armand Gonsoulin

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