2006 Hole In One and Unique Feats

2006 Double Eagles

Name
Club
Hole
Yards
Date
Wayne Boyd
The Providence Club
9
437
20-Dec-06
Dana Brown
Summit Chase Country Club
12
495
18-Apr-06
Tracy Dixon
Bainbridge Country Club
6
482
10-Jun-06
Scott Dreyfus
Southern Links Golf Club
15
456
29-Jun-06
Doug Garwood
The Farm
12
483
15-Jul-06
Chester George
Lanier Golf Club
16
486
23-Jun-06
Bob Hunt
RiverPines Golf
17
495
20-Jun-06
Don Laurvick
The Farm
12
483
12-Jun-06
Stephen Moody
Gordon Lakes Golf Course
9
525
6-Jun-06
Bob Peterson
Piedmont Driving Club
10
504
6-May-06
Kevin Schneider
The Landings Club-Palmetto
7
482
4-May-06
Jack Whatley
Dogwood Golf Club
2
469
6-Apr-06
Ed Wood
Highlands Reserve Golf Club
13
476
23-Jan-06

2006 Unique Feats

Name
Club
Feat
Date
Roy Bennett
Cedar Lake Golf Club
Shot 72 at age 73
4-Jul-06
J. Parker Brown
Sandy Creek
Shot his age (72)
14-Jul-06
Sonny Campbell
Doublegate Country Club
Shot 73 at age 75
26-Nov-06
Don Hammonds
Honey Creek Country Club
Shot 71 at age 74
26-Jun-06
Ron Hunter
Arrowhead Country Club
Low Round (63)
9-Aug-06
John Lieberman
Perry Country Club
Shot his age (78)
22-May-06
Fred Lindstrom
Planterra Ridge Golf Club
Shot 68 at age 80
24-May-06
John Meyers
Honey Creek Country Club
Shot his age (78)
18-Jun-06
Al Perry
Waterford Golf Club
Shot his age (69)
5-Oct-06
George Schath
Honey Creek Country Club
Shot his age (73)
31-May-06
Chester Simpson
Waterford Golf Club
Shot 70 at age 75
18-Jul-06
Ray Thompson
Big Canoe Golf Club
Shot his age (68)
11-Mar-06
Jarod Trammel
Arrowhead Country Club
Low Round in Club Invitational (64)
11-Jun-06
Fred Wanamaker
Butternut Creek Golf Course
Shot his age (77)
19-Jun-06
Wiley Virden
Cherokee Town & Country Club
Shot 72 at age 77
6-Nov-06
Bill Williams
Dogwood Golf Club
Shot 84 at age 85
2-May-06

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