Alum Aces His Tee Shot, Then Does What?

John Kelly | October 30, 2015 


As he neared the end of his round at Stonewall Golf Club on a Wednesday afternoon last month, Colin Dunn asked a friend to take a photo of him in front a 2015 BMW 428i convertible that was parked at the 17th tee. The car was the prize for the first person to shoot a hole-in-one on the 17th hole at the annual fundraiser for a District charity called Winners Lacrosse.

Colin thought it would be funny to text the image to his wife, Laurie, along with the message that he’d won the car. Ha-ha!
Two weeks earlier, Matt Breslin, executive director of Winners Lacrosse, had signed a contract with a Reno, Nev., insurance company called Hole in One International. He’d paid $1,000 so that if someone did happen to ace the 17th hole, his nonprofit wouldn’t be out the cost of the BMW.

Read more at The Washington Post.

 by Daily Domer Staff

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