Hole-in-one report: Senior sinks seventh ace at Hamptons

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Hamptons member Isaac Gervais must have outstanding aim. The sharpshooting senior — 77 years young and, as he cracked, “old enough to know when to take an extra club” — recently drained his seventh hole-in-one. He made short work of No. 12 at his home club, finding the flag-stick with one thump of a five-iron from 130 yards away.

Barb MacBey now has four aces to brag about. MacBey buried her latest beauty on No. 2 at Lakeside, where she was spot-on with an eight-iron from the 105-yard blocks.

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Ralph Wilson completed his personal hole-in-one hat-trick with a 135-yard dart — an accurate eight-iron — on No. 7 at Turner Valley.

At 15, Camden Shaw already has an ace on his resume. A junior member at McKenzie Meadows, Shaw was playing with his brother and a close buddy when he swished his tee-shot on No. 4, a fantastic four-iron from 170 yards away.

Kim Furlotte skipped the putting portion on No. 13 at Water Valley, instead sinking an awesome eight-iron from 116 yards out.

Local pro Kent Fukushima carded a ‘1’ during the PGA Championship of Canada at Mickelson National. Fukushima shaved a couple of strokes off his tournament score with a stellar seven-iron into a fierce wind on No. 15.

Anthony Reimert was one-and-done on No. 14 at D’Arcy Ranch. His recipe for success was a wicked wedge from a distance of 120 yards.

Quan Mao’s special shot was a flawless five-iron on No. 3 on the Hawk’s Nest Nine at Wingfield. That assignment spans 190 yards.

Last Tuesday must have been a big day for beverage sales at Fox Hollow, with three separate hole-in-one celebrations. Bob Anderson was perfect with a pitching wedge on the 123-yard second test, Rick Anderson rolled in a four-hybrid from the 155-yard blocks on No. 11 and Jim Loree had reason to hoot and holler after an excellent eight-iron from 132 yards on No. 17.

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Randy James capped a round at Willow Park in fine style. James didn’t require a flat-stick on the Par-3 finisher, instead holing a six-hybrid from 155 yards away.

Ritchie McFadyen mastered the sixth at Maple Ridge thanks to a sweet seven-iron from 164 yards out.

It was a case of Crazy 8s for Alan Durdey. He aced the eighth hole at Douglasdale with one swing of a … you guessed it … eight-iron from 130 yards.

Peter Landry will be saying only good things about his seven-iron, his weapon of choice for a 146-yard memory-maker on No. 16 on the Mount Kidd Course at Kananaskis Country.

Tristen Chambers made No. 17 at McCall Lake seem easy. Chambers was right on target with an eight-iron from 170 yards away.

Teeing it up in a tournament at Valley Ridge, Robbie Dumba clobbered an eight-iron on No. 17 — a dynamite downhiller — and then watched from 220 yards back as his ball dropped into the cup.

Hole 13 at Lakeside proved lucky for Kory Hertein, who was flag-hunting with a five-iron from a distance of 176 yards.

Young Li was the toast of the clubhouse at Hamptons after an ace on No. 9. Six-iron was the right call for a 160-yard challenge.

Myles Koebel cruised through the fifth on the scorecard at Shaganappi Point thanks to a wonderful wedge that covered 126 yards.

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