Golfers celebrate holes in one from Sydney to Dar es Salaam
Released on = June 10, 2007, 6:24 am
Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = Golfers worldwide celebrates their aces. Hole in One Honor Roll at WorldGolf.com
Press Release Body = Golfers from around the globe flock to WorldGolf.com to tell us about their holes in one. In fact, you\'d be amazed at how many countries are represented in our Hole in One Honor Roll.
Here\'s a look at some stories from golfers around the world who all share one thing in common: the thrill of nailing an ace.
A par-4 ace in Portugal
The green had] two levels and the flag was placed on the top platform. We saw the ball go up the slope and disappear. Did it go in? When I arrived at the hole I first looked around, I didn\'t see my ball, I put my hands together, looked up into the sky and said, \"It\'s in\" - I went up to the hole and there it was lying magnificently. What a good sensation.
Gilberto Rach„o Oporto Golf Course Espinho, Portugal Hole No. 2, 291 yards (par 4), using a driver
Using the wrong club in Wales [There was approximately] a one-club wind against me and the green was approximately 25 yards above the tee. I only had a half set of clubs in the bag, [which is] why I used a calm, smooth seven-iron.
Roger Lowen Nefyn & District Morfa Nefyn, Gwynedd, Wales Hole No. 5, 130 yards, using a seven-iron
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June 08, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.