Friday, August 2, 2013

Fourth hole-in-one for local at Sun Valley

     Dallas Hall sunk a hole-in-one at Sun Valley’s Trail Creek Golf Course on Saturday, July 29.
    Hall, 71, got the one stroke shot on hole No. 6, which is a par-3 hole, with a pitching wedge. The hole is 110 yards.
    Most people wait an entire lifetime to hit a hole-in-one shot, however, for Hall, this is his fourth hole-in-one shot of this lifetime.
    The last time he had a hole-in-one was 12 years ago on the exact same hole. He was using the exact same club as well.
    His first hole-in-one shot was at the Olympic Club in San Francisco on a par-3 hole with an 8-iron. The hole was 148 yards.
    “I want to give the business to my younger friends who think I’m old,” Hall said. When asked about his first hole-in-one, he added. “You never forget these things,”
    Witnesses to Saturday’s hole-in-one shot were Roger Wilson, Tim McDermont and Tom Osenten.

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