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Member's Hole-in-One Honors

Our nine hole golf course in it's 50 plus year history of play has produced hundreds of hole-in ones. Up until 2010, our course had four par threes out of nine holes, so there was a greater probability for a hole-in-one. In 2011, two par threes were combined to form a par four. Holes four and five became the new number four. Old number six became number five, old number seven [par three-cliff hole] became number six, old number eight [hill hole] became number seven, old number nine [par five-road hole] became number eight. A new par three was created for the new number nine which was our extra number ten hole.

This is the current layout of our nine hole golf course with three par threes.

Our members, who achieved the ultimate in golf ie. hole-in-one are honored at our November year end membership meeting. They are given a certificate and a small trophy.
To further honor these golfers who achieved a hole-in-one,their name by year and the hole they achieved this accomplishment are listed below.

Hole-In-One Honoree's

2016

Larry Janicki - #3

Laura Bushen - #9

Sean Gerrity - #3

Cindy Wilkinson - #3

Brett Thomas - #9

Nick Busch - #5

 

Mike Stengel - #6

Jim Gikas - #6


2015

Laura Bushen - #6

Jim Kuzma - #9

Claude Hogan - #3

Dan Pesavento - #3

2014

Kelly McCormick - #3

John Walliser - #9

 

Brett Thomas - #6

Tom Hartman - #9

Kevin Worazek - #3

2013

John Djerf - #3

Bruce Rutter - #6

2012

Ken Farrell - #6

2011

Jim Orsen - #9

John Piazza - #6

Ken Gotts - #3

2010

Mary Jo Kamarauskas - #6

Al Onchak - #9

Bob Schuit - #3

Ron Rasmussen - #6

Brett Thomas - #3

Len Hanna - #9

Ken Gotts - #6

Cliff Ekkert - #6

2009

Patricia Hanna - #7

Len Hanna - #7

Mike Kocielko - #3

Ray Delsasso - #7

Pedro Alarcon - #5

Bob Schuit - #10

Dan Pesavento - #5

Jeff Rutter - #4

Greg Cagwin - #10

Mike Kocielko - #10

Frankie Onesto - #3

2008

Brett Thomas - #7

John Mostyn - #7

Bob Ferry - #10

Dan Laverty - #5

Bob Powers - #3

2007

Connie Morong - #7

Dave Busch, Sr. - #4

Dan Pesavento - #3

Ovidio Salinas - #7

Neal Samra - #10

Mike Kocielko - #3

Dan Pesavento - #3

2006

Brett Thomas - #7

Debbie Huffar - #5

Paul Mussario - #7

Debbie Piazza - #7

Grover Hicks - #3

Len Hanna - #7

2005

Nicole Mason - #7

Deen Rozanski - #10

Len Fries - #7, #4

Brett Thomas - #5

Dan Pesavento - #5

Robert Powers - #3

2004

Dan Pesavento - #5

Ray Ithal - #7

Brett Thomas - #2

Brock Piche - #3

2003

John Mostyn - #5

James Bloch - #7

Neil Samra - #5

2002

Charlie Probus - #4

John Voltarel - #3, #7

2001

Robert Cole - #7

Joseph Wallace - #7

Charles Gugerty - #5

2000

Cookie Djerf - #7

D.J. Houdek - #5

Stan Jungles - #7

Len Fries - #5

Interesting Facts

Some people seem to make aces all the time. Other golfers go their whole golfing careers without one. So just how hard is it to make a hole-in-one? What are the odds?

There are different opinions on this subject depending on who you consult!

Sports Illustrated puts the odds for scoring a hole-in-one on a typical par 3 golf hole at 45,000 to 1.

U. S. Golf Register list it at 30,000 to 1.

Golf Digest reports one insurance company puts a PGA Tour pro's chances at 3,756 to 1; and an amateur's at 12,750 to 1.

However you look at the numbers, it is NOT easy to score a hole-in-one!!!!!!

So, congratulations to all of our hole-in-one members and in future years we hope to add your name to Hole-in-one Honor Roll for hitting that one perfect shots.

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