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 Hole in One Hall of Fame


2021 was a banner year for Hole in Ones.  After a four year drought the ladies of the FLWGA had FOUR this year.  

Kaye Lair was the first player to get hers during the Summer Scramble Tournament, June 9th, on hole number 8.  Shortly thereafter on June 30th on a Wednesday Play Day, Wren Lowery got hers on the same hole.  Not to be outdone, Debbie Ahlgren also had a Hole in One on number 8 on July 7th.  Bonnie Marpe put hers in the hole on number 5 during the Nine and Wine Exchange Scramble on September 8.


There is a  four way split of the pot that hasn't been awarded since 2017.  Congratulations to all of these ladies!

Debbie Ahlgren

 July 7, 2021


Kaye Lair

 June 9, 2021

Wren Lowery, (on left)

June 30, 2021

Bonnie Marpe

 September 8, 2021

There were two Holes in One that occurred during 2017.  Ann Sparks and Becky Rice each got one splitting the pot that year. Ann's Hole in One was on hole number 5, while Becky got hers on hole number 8.

Ann Sparks

August 16, 2017

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Becky Rice

September 20, 2017


Rosemary Calderon got her Hole in One on hole number 8 on July 16, 2014.  This was the first year of the Hole in One Club pot. 

Rosemary Calderon

July 16, 2014


Ann Cray  was the first woman to get a Hole in One on a Wednesday Play Day.  It was on hole number 14, which is now number 5 after the golf course changed the numbering on the course.  Ann's Hole in One occurred on July 15, 2009.

Ann Cray

July 15, 2009

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We would like to honor all FLWGA members who have had a Hole in One during an official FLWGA event (Play Day, Tournament or Exchange).  Please submit information of others to Sue Ellis (contact information available through the Member Portal).

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