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.
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