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Old 08-13-2014, 02:08 PM
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A buddy of mine aced back to back holes at Tyler State Park. He aced hole 24 in the A position and then aced hole 25 in the B position. Hole 24 was his first ace ever.
Now that's crazy. The round I hit my first ace in (hole 2), I hit clean basket an inch down on hole 8, and thought that was pretty nuts. I may have soiled myself if I had actually hit my first two aces in the same round.
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Old 08-13-2014, 02:53 PM
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Not quite the same, but a buddy of mine was playing cali at leagues here a few years ago and skip aced a hole on his first drive. Since he was cali and had one more throw left he decided to take another drive for fun. Skip aced again...

That's awesome.

I can't even imagine what that would be like. "Is this real life?"
Well like I said , it was surreal. I think throwing fewer molds back then helped. Our longest disc were lightnings and phantoms but at Winton we used XDs, coupes , and whamo molds for the most part. Plus , most of the aces were 150 ft or shorter. I think # 11 is 70 ft. Each year the Nati pro shop sponsors an "Attack on Winton" , every hole is reachable with a putter or mid range for advanced types. I suspect there may be a few old timers around here that has aced every hole on the course. The 30 plus years I played Winton, The only holes I have not aced there are #s 3, 4, 12 and 15.
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Old 08-13-2014, 05:12 PM
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You beat me to it Scott, but I found the picture of the scorecard (and I can spell his last name right!).

It was a tournament at Thunderhead in Steamboat (the old layout), holes 2 and 3.

Follow up an ace with a bogey. That has got to be frustrating.
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Old 08-13-2014, 05:44 PM
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A buddy of mine aced back to back holes at Tyler State Park. He aced hole 24 in the A position and then aced hole 25 in the B position. Hole 24 was his first ace ever.
Who, shvert? Yeah he was stoked for a while about that lol
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Old 08-13-2014, 06:30 PM
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If we go with this rule then the final 1% goes to me for all three way ace splits.
LOL OK 662/3 % 331/3. Just to be good.
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Old 08-14-2014, 05:40 AM
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Never hit back to back aces, but I've aced a hole, then hit metal off the tee. Close but no cigar.
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Old 08-14-2014, 08:27 AM
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Back in the old days ( late 80s ), a friend and I were playing Winton Woods and he and I matched aces on # 8. He proceeded to ace # 9 and #11 and I aced # 14. The next round he hit aces on # 9 and #18 and I hit # 11. We were throwing Coupes and XDs back then. We still talk about that magical day whenever we see each other. We had 8 aces that day, it was surreal.
I know PR reported to Guinness book for 3 aces in one round...

...On January 9, 2000, Philip Raymond of Memphis, TN ACED holes 11-210 ft., 13-258 ft., 15 -200 ft.in one round at Shelby Forest in Memphis. He also birdied 12 and 14, for a 5-hole total of seven strokes! Witnessed by Tambra Kleminsky, David Dunham, and Big Mike during an organized Sunday morning “league” round.

I don't know Big Mike but the others are still playing and haven't forgotten that round.
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Old 08-14-2014, 02:02 PM
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2 aces?! WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!
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Old 08-14-2014, 03:28 PM
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2 aces?! WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!

It means that it is one less than 3 aces.
Geez
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Old 08-14-2014, 04:10 PM
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The last day Pease Park was in Austin before they pulled it, Jeff Barron hit back-to-back aces and I think one or both were on video.

Unfortunately, the course got permanently pulled a few years back due to politics, but we decided to start a club that played the old layout using a temp basket that we have a basket "runner" haul to each hole for the group.

The first time back out, Jeff hit an ace on the signature hole #5, THEN chained out, dead heart of chains, on #6.

So he was the last person to ace at the original course, then he was the first person to ace the new course...legendary. So I call him the "King of Pease" cuz he just shreds out there!
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