Some people wait their entire lives for their first hole-in-one... but not these PGA Jr. League players! Round of applause for these girls and boys, who all aced holes during the 2018 season.
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Anna Quartucci recorded her first ace during PGA Jr. League practice June 6 at Hawk's View Golf Club! She hit a wedge from 88 yards, and her Captain and Coach were there to witness the shot.
Will Baillet of The Ranch Country Club PGA Jr. League team aced Hole No. 6 from 150 yards with his 5 iron June 11!
CJ, a member of the Valley Club PGA Jr. League team, aced Hole No. 15 at Blue Lakes Country Club during a match with his sand wedge!
Colin Hansen, member of the Ferncroft Country Club PGA Jr. League team, aced Hole No. 6 with his 6-iron from 130 yards at Myopia Hunt Club during a match!
Eight-year-old Tessa Lee of San Carlos, California, aced Hole No. 3 from 103 yards during her PGA Jr. League Match at Mariners Point Golf Center October 21!
Wesley Hu had his first hole-in-one June 7 during his second PGA Jr. League match of the season at TPC Sugarloaf!
Ten-year-old Hayden Bolt of the Squaw Valley Rattlers 'rattled' the pin with her ace from 75 yards with her 7 iron... her first hole-in-one made during the first match of the season!
Eight-year-old Ian, a member of the Phillips Park Golf Course PGA Jr. League in Aurora, Illinois, aced hole no. 4 from 93 yards with his 9 iron July 8! Ian would also like to point out that Tiger Woods was also 8-years-old when he made his first hole-in-o
Way to go, Brett! Brett had a hole-in-one from 201 yards during his match at Oak Ridge Golf Course in Milton, Wisconsin!
Ten-year-old Andre Dumonteil of the Timm Golf Academy All-Stars aced Hole No. 4 at Coal Creek Golf Course from 132 yards with his 5-iron during the PGA Jr. League Colorado Section North Qualifier presented by National Car Rental August 19!
Awesome ace, Finlay! Finlay Geddes, 10, aced Hole No. 5 from 110 yards with a pitching wedge at Contra Costa Country Club in his team's game against Claremont Country Club October 14.