Casey Ward of Chapel Hill hit the second hole-in-one of her burgeoning golf career on Monday — and it came in competition at the 43rd annual Trusted Choice Big “I” National Championship.
Donnie Bass of Durham had the shot of the day Monday during the Durham Senior Amateur Golf Championship's first round, hitting a hole-in-one on the 170-yard No. 17 at the Hillandale Golf Course.
The Raleigh Vipers, the Raleigh Rugby Football Club’s Division 1 men’s team, is trying to raise $3,000 to help with travel and lodging expenses when the team competes in the Division I playoffs in Boston, starting with an April 30 game against the Boston Irish Wolfhounds.
Until this week, the Triangle's hole-in-one competitions have largely been limited to one-time charity events or contests within tournaments.
Starting Friday, golfers will be able to try their luck in series of hole-in-one contests for a chance at a $100,000 prize.
The inaugural Triangle Hole-in-One Series Presented by Backyard Bistro begins Saturday with Round 1 at the Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina. Golfers can try their luck from noon until 4 p.m.