2007 Hole In One and Unique Feats

2007 Double Eagles

Name
Club
Hole
Yards
Date
Murray Flint
Trophy Club of Apalachee
6
480
15-Feb-07
Angus Guberman
Brown's Mill Golf Course
10
467
19-Sep-07
Bob Kane
Coosa Country Club
13
451
10-Oct-07
Bayo Kuranga
Sugar Creek Golf Club
4
486
13-Mar-07
Johnny Palmer
Cedar Lake Golf Club
3
489
23-Sep-07
Eddie Senkbeil
Forest Lakes Golf Club
9
537
4-Jul-07
Greg Snowden
Crystal Falls Golf Club
8
527
8-Dec-07
Tim Spurgeon
Cartersville Country Club
6
535
26-Aug-07
Rusty Wade
Bartram Trail Golf Club
13
441
11-Dec-07

2007 Unique Feats

Name
Club
Feat
Date
James Archer
Cedar Lake Golf Club
Shot 72 at age 73
11-Nov-07
Jerry Bowen
The Providence Club
Shot his age (63)
25-Apr-07
William Dudley
The Golf Club at Bradshaw Farm
Shot 69 at age 70
27-Sep-07
Clarence Herring
Applewood Golf Course
Shot his age (74)
28-Jun-07
Ken Johnson
The Landings Club-Plantation
Shot his age (85)
17-Mar-07
Ed McCaskill
Butternut Creek Golf Course
Shot his age (87)
10-Dec-07
Gene Miller
Butternut Creek Golf Course
Shot 81 at age 85
2-May-07
Matt O'Brien
Sugar Creek Golf Club
Shot his age (63)
7-Jul-07
Al Perry
Waterford Golf Club
Shot 69 at age 70
13-Dec-07
James Sams
Waterford Golf Club
Shot 81 at age 83
8-May-07
Eddie Senkbeil
Forest Lakes Golf Club
Had two eagles in one round
4-Jul-07
Sloan Shanahan
Olde Atlanta Golf Club
Shot 68 at age 12
1-Sep-07
Chester Simpson
Waterford Golf Club
Shot 75 at age 76
6-Aug-07
Diane Smith
Windermere Golf Club
New course record (70)
22-Aug-07
Bobby Turner
B.E.A.A.
Shot his age (74)
10-Jun-07
John Vollrath
Hartwell Golf Club
Shot 67 at age 14
9-Dec-07
Harry Walker
Butternut Creek Golf Course
Shot his age (78)
2-May-07
Stan Wangen
Towne Lake Hills Golf Club
Consecutive eagles on hole 15
Oct. 24-25, 2007

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