2012-10-04 / Sports

Hole in ... three



It’s every golfer’s dream, but most never achieve it – most never even get the opportunity to witness it. That wasn’t the case on Sept 26 at the Indian Lake Golf and Country Club. With just six on the year, Jim Tennyson, Ron Kauppila and Paul Wolf each got a hole-in-one on the same day. While Jim (No. 2) and Ron (No. 11) were boasting about their shot that hit the bottom of the cup within minutes of each other, Paul joined the conversation, talking about his shot that fell on No. 13 about an hour later. Also having the good fortune to shoot a hole-in-one earlier in the season were Bob Sands, John Kopecky and Terry Moore. From left to right, Jim Tennyson, Paul Wolf and Ron Kauppila are shown following their big day. 
Courtesy photo It’s every golfer’s dream, but most never achieve it – most never even get the opportunity to witness it. That wasn’t the case on Sept 26 at the Indian Lake Golf and Country Club. With just six on the year, Jim Tennyson, Ron Kauppila and Paul Wolf each got a hole-in-one on the same day. While Jim (No. 2) and Ron (No. 11) were boasting about their shot that hit the bottom of the cup within minutes of each other, Paul joined the conversation, talking about his shot that fell on No. 13 about an hour later. Also having the good fortune to shoot a hole-in-one earlier in the season were Bob Sands, John Kopecky and Terry Moore. From left to right, Jim Tennyson, Paul Wolf and Ron Kauppila are shown following their big day. Courtesy photo

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