The walk-off ace
By mustang6560 on 9/13/12
The word clutch, in most sports, usually translates to scoring a last second goal to win the game.
In golf, since there is no game clock, the closest equivalent we have to hitting a 3-pointer at the buzzer or catching a TD as time expires is the walk-off ace. However, it's a rare feat. In fact, prior to the second round of the USGA Senior Women's Amateur Championship, the only clutch hole-in-one I had ever heard about was Jonathan Byrd's walk-off ace. But, thanks to Anna Schultz, the '07 Senior Women's Amateur champion, I've now heard of two people who have hit a walk-off ace.
In her second round match, Anna hit a hole-in-one on the par-3 17th hole at Hershey Country Club to defeat her opponent 3&1. The truly
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Don't have an ace yet but I hope to have a witness when I do or video.
Duke of Hazards says:
impressive show of restraint, Trifone
FYI - It was the 17th hole.
Did you hear that nathan ? Nine hole in ones, or should I say holes in one.
Torleif Sorenson says:
Wow. With a game like that, she deserved to win the 2007 Senior Women's Am. Congrats and 1000 points to Anna Schultz.
Ill take a walk off ace over any other walk off, last secon anything
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