Randy Massey hit his first ever hole-in-one with an 8-iron from 130 yards on the eighth hole at Painted Dunes Desert Golf Course. Then his stepmother, Terri Massey, followed with her first ace. According to Golf Digest magazine, the odds of two players in a foursome acing the same hole are 17 million to 1."It was just a weird deal," Raymond said. Spoken like a true Texan.
Friday, May 13, 2005
Two For the Price of One
Two aces, that is. It's rare enough to see one hole-in-one from a group, much less two. And on the same hole! Ol' Bogey never's had a single one, but this group in El Paso scored two aces at the same hole.