Date: Nov 27, 2014
Updates: Apr 5, 2015
I finally got my cheque.
But I have already treated every one on Dec 31, 2014. HaHaha.. So, this 1K is to cover that cost. hahaha
The Vintage Club finally prepared the Hole-In-One certificate for me.
On November 17, 2014, I hit a Hole-in-One at the Hole #2, with the length of 103 yards with a PW.
The price is a free flight of 4 balls at The Vintage Club.
My friend going to bring back the certificate for me next week.
After you hit a good Hole-in-One, you also have lots of pressure. So, I hit 3 double-Par that game.
Of course, when you happy, you also tends to hit well too. So, I also hit 3 more Pars too.
It is extremely lucky that I made that shot.
Have done all the 6 fundamentals of golf.
Aim – the golf club at the target
Grip – hold the strong grip
Posture – did not stand like an old man
Stances – not too wide, not too narrow
Body Alignment – parallel to the target line
Ball position – at my right foot
And with lots of extremely good luck, I launched the ball.
The wind blow from right to left, so, my ball fade a little to the left.
When it drop on the green, it started to roll.
It roll to the back of the hole, (I think), it was so near.
I turned my back thinking the ball has stopped so near to the pin.
But the ball kept rolling even slower.
And then it disappeared.
All caddies screamed. Hole-in-One.
Witnesses at the same hole:
1. Alex Seow (Level-3)
2. Kannikar Moragotkriengkrai (UIH/BBConnect)
3. Alvin Tan (PCCW)
4. Four Caddies
Witnesses from far, the flight in front: (They only heard the loud screams Hole-in-One, while they are at the next tee box).
1. Andrew Onn (Equinix)
2. Passakorn (UIH/BBConnect)
3. Daniel Fok (PCCW)
4. Keith Wong (Globe Telecom)
Here is a nice video compilation of the Hole-in-One joy.
Alex Seow help me to shoot this video and give a very good commentary. (He says the wrong hole, it should be Hole #2, not Hole #3).
This is the two flight behind. The front flight already tee off (Benney Cheng, Paul Ng, Kittilerk & Eddie Tay) and long gone in front.
Andrew Onn not in picture, as he is teeing off.
103 yards from here to that pin location.
Hole #2. The Vintage Club.
This is my caddie. My main witness.
My ball is inside the hole.
Later I Par three holes. One of the bunker shot.
Back to back
Tee off again.
The ball I used to hit Hole-in-One.
Now waiting to be placed in a Hole-in-One display box.
I am very happy. It is pure luck.
And I am very happy.