Hole in One

Getting a hole in one seems to be the Holy Grail to golfers across the board. I am not sure how many people set out to get a hole in one every time they line up at the tee box but it sure is a pretty sight when it does happen.

“Actuaries at such companies have calculated the chance of an average golfer making a hole in one at approximately 12,500 to 1, and the odds of a tour professional at 2,500 to 1.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hole_in_one

I had an opportunity to talk with a female golfer, Gayle Moore, who let us know she just hit her 6th hole in one on March 16th with a Ball Couture (high heel) while out on a normal golf day with her gal pals.

She was all lined up with her 9 wood in hand, as she looked out across the fairway she really couldn’t even see the pin since it was up over the hill and beyond a bunker. She struck the ball and it soared off into the blue sky. As her and the group made their way to the top of the hill, they were looking all over for her ball and didn’t see it at first. Then she decided to go look in the cup and low and behold, there it was. To her amazement she started to woop and holler at the feat that just occurred. She just drove the ball 154 yards to get the hole in one, which happens to be a trifecta for her at her club.

Gayle has been golfing for over 20 years and started to play when her daughter was very young. The number one reason she keeps playing is for the love of the camaraderie that this great sport provides. She says it is a “glorious game of honor, integrity, and sportsmanship”. She doesn’t mind playing with all types of players good or beginners, she just wants to like them after 18 holes of golf.

Our hats are off to Gayle for her hole in one in Novato California, and we are proud to hear that she used a Ball Couture to do so. Congratulations Gayle!