Holes in one must be faxed on the golf course's stationery to The Bee at (916) 326-5503.
Azim Rawji, 159-yard eighth hole at Cordova, 5-iron
Jeff Chapman, 150-yard eighth hole at Turkey Creek, 6-iron
David Patrick 106-yard seventh hole at Bing Maloney Executive, pitching wedge
Shelby Falls, 115-yard fourth hole at Bradshaw, 8-iron
Danielle Lozano, 119-yard eighth hole at Whitney Oaks, 9-iron
Carrie Dye, 108-yard 15th hole at Antelope Greens, 5-wood
Art Stufflebeam, 115-yard seventh hole at Green Tree, 8-iron
Gale Wright, 77-yard third hole at Granite Bay, pitching wedge
Dennis Stevens, 114-yard 14th hole at Wildhorse, 7-iron
Louise Bates, 96-yard seventh hole at El Macero, 4-iron
Dan Ward, 145-yard second hole at Rancho Murieta (North), 6-iron
David Rue, 145-yard second hole at Rancho Murieta (North), 5-hybrid
Steve Wetklow, 210-yard 16th hole at Lincoln Hills (Orchard), hybrid
Dudley Land, 138-yard fourth hole at Apple Mountain, pitching wedge
Hal Bettis, 133-yard fifth hole at Diamond Oaks, 9-iron
Bill Agnell, 110-yard 18th hole at Sunset Whitney, pitching wedge
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