If you play golf then you know the odds of carding a hole-in-one are slim. Former Rebel two-time All-American Dori Carter netted her third hole-in-one and first as a professional in the second round of this week's LPGA Duramed Futures Tour ING New England Golf Classic. Carter used a 7-iron to ace the 153-yard third hole. Carter described the moment afterwards.
“We heard a loud crack, and then it disappeared,” said Carter, whose ball slammed into the flagstick and fell in the hole. “I walked up to the green and looked in the hole and there it was.”
She got the first hole-in-one on May 6, 2001 during her freshman year of high school and her second one on May 6, 2005 during her high school senior year.
Carter finished tied for eighth at the ING with a 70-69-67--206. This marked Carter's second top 10 and fifth top 20 finish since turning pro in January of this year.