7-year-old hits hole in one.

September 9, 2020

Landon Inglis

7-year-old hits hole in one.

Keaton Inglis, 21, ties 23-year-old course record.

SHELBY — The Inglises dominated the summer 2020 highlights at the Oceana Golf Club, and they are the new generation of the golfing family.

Keaton Inglis

Seven-year-old Landon Inglis hit a hole-in-one Aug. 22, and Keaton Inglis, 21, tied the 23-year-old course record, Sept. 6.

Landon Inglis, from Bear Lake, made a junior ace on hole #14 from 125 yards using a driver. Landon’s first career hole-in-one occurred during a United Way of The Lakeshore Scramble where he was playing with witnesses John Ritchie, John’s son Chris Ritchie, Landon’s Grandpa Paul Inglis and his son Josh Inglis, Landon’s dad. “The SouthPaw Landon shared tears of Joy and made unforgettable memories with three generations that day,” said PGA and GM Marc Inglis.

Then, Marc Inglis’ son, Keaton, made history Sunday, Sept. 6, when he tied the course record. Keaton tied the OCG course record by shooting a 64 in 20 mph winds. He had eight birdies, one eagle, and one bogey to shoot -9 during his record-tying round. Inglis and Greg Babinec (on April 3, 1997) now share the current course record. Ironically, both scores were shot starting on the 10th hole where Babinec made a double bogey on his final hole #9, and Inglis had an opportunity to break the record but was unable to make his 8 footer on #9.

Other 2020 Hole-In-One Club Inductees:

Drew Kraeckmeister

7/6/2020 – Drew Kaeckmeister earned his ace on hole #6 using a 6 iron from 170 yards.

7/21/20 – Clyde Krepps guided an 8 iron at 139 yards for his ace on hole #12. This is Clyde’s third career hole-in-one. Witnessed by: R-12, John Monette, and Jerry Smith.

8/27/20 – Mike Wright of Muskegon made his ace on hole #12 using an 8

Clyde Krepps

iron. Witnessed by: Mike Jawor and Ken Patterson.

9/4/20 – Brad Tate of Montague not only made an ace on hole #6, from 170 yards — he hit a 7 iron, but also made an eagle on hole #3 by using a fairway wood and knocked in a gap wedge from 90 yards out. Tate shot a -4 round (69) This is Tate’s first hole-in-one at Oceana, and 3rd overall.

Mike Wright

9/7/2020 – Guy Terrill from Muskegon used an 8 iron from 150 yards to make his ace on hole #8. Witnessed by: Jerry Perry, Jeff Perry, and Matt Berkey. Guy was playing with a group of 11 of his buddies on Labor Day.

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Guy Terrill

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