The rarest of all things in golf is a Hole-In-One on a Par 4 (AKA – Albatross).  Halley made this incredible shot on the 13th hole at the LPGA International Legends Course during the Northeast Conference Championship in Daytona Beach, FL.  The hole is uphill and bottle necks at the green with lateral water hazards on both sides.  The ball bounced twice before the green than landed on the green and rolled right into the hole as it was coming to a stop.  They played the hole at 374 yards for the first two rounds, but on the last day they played it as a reachable Par 4 from the normal ladies tee of 234 yards.  You gotta luv a story like this!  Halley will be back on tour again this year and is also playing on the NCJT Joe Haase Cup team.

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