If you have a new (or preferred) email address other than the one with which you first created your SportsEngine account to log into the WGAWP website, follow these steps to identify your primary email address:
(1) Log into website and select Account Settings from the dropdown
menu next to your name in the header bar
(2) Click Add Email Address, add new info, click Submit. You will
be asked to confirm that new address.
(3) Check your email for the confirmation email from SportsEngine
and click the link to confirm the email address. You will return
(4) Click "Make Primary" under the secondary email address.
Share the good news by providing your name, date, course played, hole number, club used and witness(es) to email@example.com
Click the "Members" tab for a complete listing and photo gallery of all holes-in-one recorded this season!
Chris Demetriadis, playing in the Mixed Better Ball at New Castle Country Club on July14, aced the 104 yard 13th hole. Well played!
Playing in the Nemacolin Invitational, Jamie Kerestes celebrated her first ace using a 5-hybrid on the fourth hole. Playing partners were Kathy Smith, Kathy Kunschner and Linda Froehlich.
It was a flag-waving kind of Fourth of July for Patty Kegel who celebrated a hole-in-one in the morning Swats at Connequonessing. Kegel aced the 150-yard seventh hole with a 5 hybrid. Playing partners Brett Sylvestry, Dave Kirkham and Dave Hardesty cheered on the shot as well as players from the sixth and eighth holes.
Wow! Andrea Porter (Westmoreland) beat the 6 million-to-1 odds of an albatross or double eagle (3 under par) at Belmont Hills Golf Club in Bermuda on June 16. Eric Porter witnessed the 4-hybrid second shot on the 403 yard sixth hole.
Claudette Graham celebrated a hole-in-one during the West Penn Golf Association's Women's Net Championship on June 11. Graham used a 7 iron on the 117 yard second hole at Diamond Run Country Club.
Patti Mansfield teed it up on April 30 at PGA Golf Club (Port St. Lucie) and came away with her second career ace. Hole #6 on the Dye course, measuring 94 yards, was tamed by Patti's 9 iron as friends Marilyn May, Jean Pantano and Raquel Thomson cheered the result.
Sheila Kassel recorded her fifth hole-in-one on March 30 playing at Boca West Country Club, Boca Raton FL. Kassel (left) used a wedge on the 90 yard 16th hole (Course #1) while playing companions Lois Baron, Rosetta Melchior and Carol Konner looked on.
Carol Kamerer (Pittsburgh Field Club) notched a hole-in-one on February 22 while competing in a Gulf Coast league match at Lakewood Ranch Country Club in Sarasota FL. Carol used a 9 iron on the 7th hole of the King's Dunes course. Well played!
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