The Annual Sunshine Coast Pro Am Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for junior golfers, started early one Friday morning without a hitch. Returning player and golfing veteran of 20 years, Robin Lott, began the course with his best buddies. Lott managed to hit a stroke of luck on this particularly dewy morning. Two days prior, he had turned in his company car and was on the hunt for a new vehicle. Instead of continuing his search, a new car managed to find him.
The annual Regents Cup in Austin, TX, benefiting the Regents School of Austin, had a very exciting tournament weekend when Cliff Angelo, a local father of two, hit this longstanding event’s first ever hole in one! The tournament’s funds support both the school’s fine arts program as well as their athletics program.
Lisa Bedell-August is a free-spirited family woman who loves to laugh, and her hole in one story is as fun and incredible as she is. Lisa is an avid golfer who has had a hole in one once before and plays a great game of golf. However, despite her experience, nothing prepared her for her exciting shot at the Harbor High Golf Tournament this past May. This is because Lisa got a hole in one on her first shot of the day!
Mike Rowen made a hole in one on a vehicle hole sponsored by Dave Sinclair Ford in St. Louis, MO at the 17th Annual Friends of Kids with Cancer Golf Tournament this past May. This was Mike’s first hole in one after a lifetime of playing golf. In his words, getting a hole in one was “kind of a dream come true” and his friends and family were also ecstatic about the win.
Mark Harrell has played in the Coharie Member Guest Golf Tournament for the last 5 years. It’s a fun weekend for him and his buddies to get together and play two days of great golf on a challenging course. As an avid golfer, this is a special weekend for Mark every year, but this year, something changed: at the end of the day, he walked away with a $10,000 cash prize!