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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
SCORING A hole in one. For those who have done it, the feat is deemed a stroke of skill, while for the rest the 12,500 to 1 chance is considered a stroke of luck. Twelve aces had been recorded on the LPGA Tour season at August 27, 2010. It was about to become lucky 13. Stepping to the 11th tee was American Michelle Wie. It was the first round at the CN Canadian Women’s Open and the then 20-year-old from Hawaii was one behind the leaders. Her 5-iron rolled into the hole at this 181-yard par-3 at the St Charles Country Club. Wie’s hole-in-one— the second ace of her professional career—moved her into the lead and en route to a 7-under 65. She hit the lead and went on to win by three shots. LIST THE Michelle Wie Hole in one: 11th Hole, Canadian Open 2010