Carson Racich had a hole-in-one February 12, 2020 on hole 10 at Plum creek golf course in Kyle, TX.
She used a 8 Iron on the 168 yard par 3 holes.
Witnesses to her great achievement were Autum (Texas A&M- Corpus Christi) , Sloan (SFA) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi coach.
First collegiate tournament back for the spring season! My round was not going too well, I was having difficulties striking my irons. I made the comment to my coach that I just want to par out and selvage the round. On my 14th hole of the day (hole number 10) I went up got my yardage felt comfortable over it, picked my line and just swung. It was pure looked good and was tracking. When it got closer it looked to be too far left and I honestly thought it rolled off the back of the green. The pin was tucked in the back left side, short sided behind a bunker. 5 paces from the bunker, back edge and left edge. I told myself in my head easy up and down and then all of a sudden you hear one of the other schools coaches say ďumm... Carson... that just fell, fell in the hole...ITS A HOLE IN ONEĒ I was shocked and couldnít believe it! I didnít know how to process that and the adrenaline and emotions were all over the place! It was nice to know that when a round isnít going to well to never give up. Walking to the next was a par 5 and the thoughts on that tee were going, that was an even harder shot! I was looking all over for one of my coaches, I just wanted to tell someone! It sucked having to hold it in, but one I saw they after finishing my round we were all jumping and crying and celebrating. My coach was shocked and couldnít believe it. She though GolfStat was wrong at first haha. She told me she saw that I birdied again on live scoring and then saw it it was yellow and then realized it was a par three and finally it dawned on her it was a hole in one! It was a good way to end the tournament. Iím still on cloud nine! .
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