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.
it was my first weekend back playing golf after the first Covid 19 lockdown was lifted, I hit a pitching wedge which was lucky to carry the bunker at the front of the green but ended up kicking nicely off the downslope towards the green, due to the height of the bunker and a front pin position we couldn't see the ball fall but was a nice surprise when we finally reached the hole!
my 1st ever hole in one the last day before lockdown
we was playing in a comp and i was playing fairly well, we arrived at the 16th a little par 3 which is 145 yards, i hit a 9 iron into the green and watched the ball head towards the pin, we knew it was going close and everyone froze still in anticipation and to our amazement the ball disappeared into the hole. jumps for joy and a little sprint down the fairway from our group, we embarked to the green for me to pick the ball out of the hole for my first ever hole in one!!!!! a moment i will never forget
Played a 5 wood of the tee nice draw then when walking to the green couldn't see it on the green checked the hole there you have it
Low 7 iron landing short of green and running up the contours before settling in the hole!
I knew I hit a good line and hoped it was on the green. You cannot see the the green from the tee, so when I arrived I was lookong for my ball. Could not see it then my collegue looked in the hole and there it was. Great feeling for me as it is my first hole in one
playing partners were Ian Gordon and Gary Mutch
I have played at Ellesmere golf club for 25 years and this was my 5th hole in one!
6 iron into a head wind onto a 2 tier green, one in million shot on probably one of the hardest courses I've ever played!
8 iron, pitched 3 foot past and spun back into the hole.
Been playing golf for 20 years and this is my first hole-in-one there’s been some very close ones over the years but on this day I had that little bit of luck and it went in
Easy 6 Iron
9 iron, over the flag, ball spun back a yard and dropped in!
It was foggy and the 10th is guarded by trees and OB on the left, a ditch all the way down the right. I launched a gently faded driver into the fog and hoped for the best! Got to the green and the ball was nowhere to be seen. My playing partner suggested I look in the hole and my face lit up as I looked down!!
I played a 7 iron off the tee. We could not see the full green and did not see the ball go in but heard it hit the flagpole. Great excitement when we realised it had gone in. Was playing a four ball with friends Tommy, Alan and Peter. Funny part, could not buy them a drink due to clubhouse closed due to Covid
just your average keen golfer
Getting this hole in one was a total surprise because I had been playing so badly that day! The first I knew about it was when the group in front started cheering! I am thrilled to get my hole in one!
Stated the day 9.30 Federated Stableford Competition, the sun not out but as we made our way to the 5th it was a lot brighter. The flag in the middle of the green from past experience knew unable to get there with anything but my driver, Gareth, Paul was on the tee with me both had hit lovely drives to right and left of pin. I took a strong grip of my driver going down the shaft slightly, hit it immediately Paul said “that’s going towards the hole great shot might of gone through” I said “yeah seen it hit the front of the green probably gone through” went to the green wasn’t there so I looked at the back of the green then the bunker to the right nothing, never thought in the hole, Gareth said have you checked the hole, I said “ No it was going towards it but never” he said “ “David come and look” obviously thought he was having fun but there it was sat nestled in it’s beauty. Just about pick it up all cheering me Susan was the 4th member of our group when Paul said “take photo” which we did and was thrilled to buy everyone a drink at the end of the competition, even a group just attending the course for the day all Spanish speaking again cheering me on, a great rest of the day and night was had, never thought it would thrill me so much, only started playing seriously June 2018.
Hit a beautiful 5 Wood pitch on the green then disappeared, thought it was too long. Walked up to the green to repair pitch mark then took 2 more steps towards the hole and sore my ball with my pink line settled in the hole - Great feeling
Par 3 hole took a 7 iron of the tee landed on the green and rolled into the hole.
skipped for joy when I had my hole in 1