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Several Highland Lakes golfers, including 91-year-old, hit holes-in-one


HORSESHOE BAY — Several area golfers recently hit holes-in-one at various courses.

Johanna Tegge scored her hole-in-one on the No. 12 hole of Apple Rock golf course that’s part of Horseshoe Bay Resort on March 14. She used a pitching wedge from 81 yards away. Witnesses included John Woessner, Mike Nels and Daryl Nels.

Tom Kundinger made his 10th hole-in-one March 10 on No. 8 of the Ram Rock Golf Course from 152 yards using a 9-iron. His wife, Ravelle Kundinger, witnessed it.

Bill Trapani, a 30-year member of Horseshoe Bay Resort, used his 5-wood to eagle Slick Rock’s par-5 No. 5 hole from 200 yards out March 2.

Three days later on March 5, he topped the eagle by acing the par-3 No. 12 at Apple Rock with a wedge from 100 yards.

The holes-in-one were early birthday presents as Trapani celebrated his 91st birthday March 9.

Witnessing both events were Trapani’s playing buddies Gene Geyer, Terry Turner and Lee Detenbeck. The latest hole-in-one is Trapani’s fourth in his long golfing career.

Phillip Caldwell aced the 150-yard par-3 No. 17 on the Ram Rock golf course Feb. 6 using a 4-hybrid. Witnesses were Phillip Lee, Poe Brown and John Bird.

At Delaware Municipal Golf Course in Burnet, David Wayland scored his on No. 5 from 149 yards away using an 8-iron Feb. 22. Witnesses included Jim Parsons, J.D. Howe, Gary Wideman and Mike Culpepper.