In competitions at The Millbrook, a Hole-in-One is celebrated with a bottle or two opened behind the bar but we would like to capture these happy events with a few more details and a photograph.
|Date & Competition||Saturday 30th June 2018|
|Club Used||6 Iron|
|Playing Partners||Harmit Bahra & Hardeep Bahra|
|Description of Shot||From the tee, the shot looked good but, as the hole was shaded from the trees, I couldn’t see that it had gone in. I got up to the green and firstly looked beyond the hole. I couldn’t see the ball and my playing partners asked me to check the hole. I did and there it was!|
|Date & Competition||Winter League Round 5 – Sunday 6th January 2019|
|Club Used||4 Rescue|
|Playing Partners||John McMillan, Ian McMillan and Neil Roche|
|Description of Shot||It was on the Seventh hole, 150 yards and I hit my favourite 4 Rescue club. We saw the ball hit the green and watched it curve towards the pin when it disappeared. I wasn’t sure if it had gone in but on approaching the green, I could not see my ball (A Callaway 1, with my usually 4 spot markings). With trepidation I walked to the pin and there it was in the bottom of the hole.
It’s the 3rd Hole in One I have had. The first was 8th on Baroness at Beadlow and my second was 10th at Millbrook but off the yellow tees.This was my first Hole in One in a competition and definitely my best