Three weeks ago I interviewed Quarry Hill Golf Club's Sandra Davey for the Bendigo Advertiser's weekly Central Victorian golfers in profile series.
One of the question I asked was, what is your current golfing goal?
As most golfers would say, carding a hole-in-one was Davey's response.
Well, three weeks later that dream is now reality for Davey, who recently scored her first ever ace.
It all happened on her home course on the par-three ninth, also know as the "eye dropper", during a round with her husband Stewart.
"It was fabulous and also quite funny as a neighbour of ours was on the course while we were on the tee," Davey said.
"They said they had never played the hole and wanted to see how it was done.
"Stewart went first and just missed the pin.
"I pulled out my nine-iron and struck the perfect shot which then took a gorgeous bounce and just kept rolling and rolling towards the hole.
"It hit the pin and just dropped in. I screamed and I am sure everyone on the course must have heard me, I was so excited," Davey laughed.
It didn't take long for word of Davey's ace to spread around the club.
"It was quite funny as a lot of people had read my profile article a few weeks ago and had seen that making a hole-in-one was my goal," Davey laughed.
Before the goal was achieved there had been plenty of ace near-misses, but now Davey has it down pat, she has even changed the way she plays the ninth at Quarry Hill and so far the results have been great.
"I now aim for the same spot each time and since the hole-in-one I've made par and also birdied the hole," Davey said.
Davey's top-form continued last weekend, with another strong round which saw her take out Quarry Hill's women's Monthly Medal with a 69 nett off a handicap of 17.
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