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Holes-in-one for Central New York golfers, September, 12-18 – syracuse.com

Here’s a list of holes-in-one and other accomplishments recently made by Central New York golfers.

Ed Conroy, September 15, on the 272-yard, par 4 hole at Pheasant Hill Country Club using a driver. Witnessed by Charles Morrow and Christopher Ferris.

Paul Richmond, July 22, on the 9th hole at Emerald Crest Golf Course using a 7-iron. Witnessed by Mike Wheeler, Tom Rapp, Chip Pettit

Patrick Harvey, September 11, on the 104-yeard 5th hole at Pope’s Grove Golf Course using a 7-iron. Witnessed by Rick Culver & Scott Jenner

Kyle Karasek, September 15, on the 82-yard 6th hole at Millstone Golf Course using a pitching wedge. Witnessed by Mark Towers, Chris Snyder, Mark Lattimore

Joe Laurino, September 15, on the 154-yard 3rd hole at The Pompey Club using a 6-iron. Witnessed by Mike Cronin, Phil Griffin & Steve Bennett.

Chris Daly, August 29, on the 247-yard, par 4, 16th hole at Shenendoah Golf Course @ Turning Stone using a 3 wood. Witnessed by Nick Bueti, Joe Esposito, and Dom Garbellano.

Kevin Taylor, September 11, on the 141-yard 17th hole at McConnellsville using a 9-iron. Witnessed by Evie Denton, Katie Porter and Dan Porter.

Charity Golf

Check out this year’s Charity Golf Tournaments. The listing can be found here.

SHOOT YOUR AGE

Zeke Zakreski

Zeke Zakreski, age 77, shot a 69 at Westvale Golf Club on September 11. Witnessed by Ron Gasowski, Sandy Hicks and Dick Shults.

Bob Hyla, age 80, shot a 78 at Conklin Players Club on September 19. Witnessed by David Barnett, William Bowhall, Stan Carpenter.

Editor’s note:

The Post-Standard and Syracuse.com will recognize three special golf accomplishments during the season: holes-in-one, double eagles and shoot your age (18-hole scores that match or are below a golfer’s age).

Send details by email only to Pat Spadafore: pspadafore@syracuse.com.

Please include the name of golfer, date, hole number, yardage, course name, club used and names of witnesses. For authenticity, it is preferred that the reports come from golf course personnel.

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