Hole in One Club Members
Here we are celebrating the amazing sporting achievements of our members. Have a scroll through our gallery of international golfers who have scored the elusive ‘One’ on their card.
The men and women who have taken that one fantastic shot to put the ball directly in the hole. We aim to be the world’s best hole in one members club and have a wealth of exciting new developments on the horizon so come back soon to find out more.
8 iron. couple of bounces and in the hole
Five Wood. Hole in 1
Weekly Seniors Thursday morning round. I was playing with Bob Stark, Graham Christie & Bruce Fraser. At the 4th, Bruce had scored a birdie and it therefore his honour at the 5th. However he wanted to change his club, so I went first. Hit the ball & three of us watched it bounce a few times at the front of the green & then fortunately rolled into the hole. Bruce was still changing his club and missed it. No celebrations as such, no handshakes, hugging or otherwise with coronavirus restrictions.
6 iron landed 10 feet short of hole and rolled in
playing in an open with my Dad, hit a soft wedge beyond the hole and spun back. Knew it was close but didn’t think it was in, luckily it was.
7 Iron to blind pin
playing in a weekday comp on a beautiful autumn day in the West Midlands. came to the 6th and hit a nice 9 iron slightly up hill to a raised green. Saw it bounce and got swallowed up by the hole. Fantastic.
First ever hole in one with a Taylormade R Bladez 8 iron and a Titleist AVX No 3
A 8 iron into a back right pin. It went over the pin and spun back into the hole.
Hole In One
I hit 5 iron with a slight fade because of the wind to the pin at the front of the green.
As I stood on the 6th tee, with a 6 iron in my hand, I wasn’t feeling overly confident due to a poor start to my round. As I struck the shot, it felt good straight away and I looked at the flag to see the ball was on line. As I watched the ball get closer to the green, I was beginning to think of a makeable putt for a nice 2. As it landed on the green, I was able to see it get closer and closer to the hole and I began to hope it didn’t run too far beyond the pin. Then, to my utter disbelief, the ball vanished and I couldn’t contain myself as I jumped into the air amongst the applause from the rest of my group. I smiled all the way from tee to green, as there is no better feeling in golf than picking your ball out of the hole after a hole in one.
Playing in the Club Championship I managed to hole my wedge shot for a Hole in One, this is now my 4th hole in one over my golfing year. I played the shot lower as it was into a slight breeze, this was just perfect as it landed a foot past the hole and gently spun back into the cup.
I was playing in the Walsham Cup competition on a very windy day. Tee’d up on the 8th white tee, hit a 3 wood lovely. I watched it hit the green, bounced twice and rolled up into the hole.
Hit over water just past the flag and backspin took it straight back into the hole. Perfect!
I was delighted to make my first hole in one. I hit 6 iron, the ball landed just before the green, bounced onto the green and rolled up to the flag before disappearing into the hole!
Hit a 5 iron bit of a cross wind lander on the green bounce once rolled about 10 foot in the hole happy days
6 iron back into a breeze. Straight into the sun so didn't see it at all. Playing partner thought mught be over green. Walk down, can't find it, lots of leafs on the green, wind blows through and there it was. Pitch mark an inch behind.
hit a nice shot with a gap wedge, past the flag and spun back into the hole
Played a nine Orion to the pin located on the front of the green
Playing golf for 16 years now and it’s my first one in one. It was amazing to see it going straight to the pin then drop in, Wow. To achieve this one of the greatest achievements in golf is one of these moments I’ll never forget and to receive a Boss hole in one club watch is the icing on the cake.
Hole in one
Hit a 6 iron into a slight headwind and thought I had hit it long off the back of the green- it was my playing partners (taller than me) who told me the ball had gone in the hole!
my worst shot of the round but they say there are no pictures on a scorecard