I was actully playing wolf and it was my turn to be wolf, so I was quite geeked! I try to do that every time yet only one in a a few thousand actully do it so the reaction should be like when you finally make that 20" after missing a few in a row.("nice putt man", "bout f-n time") ya know
My first ace was in 95...Hole 12 A Original Left....blind from the pad...We heard the chains crash....still not sure if it aired in or skipped. Big ace pool on the line that Sunday Morning. I led off the Pad with Jim McGirr and Aaron Cianfrocca in the group. My heart was pounding...Jim was sure it was in...I didn't want go look yet....I waited for those guys to throw. Jim was the first to turn the corner and see that Black Cyclone resting in the basket....I remember Jim saying Congratulations and I told you it sounded good. That moment was kinda of surreal. I donated enough of that ace money to buy one of the baskets for our course. The basket I aced was a Mach 3 and is now our practice basket.....hole 19.
As far as underwear staining goes...when I hit 3 in a row at Reed...I pretty sure one or more of the four others in the group...at least sharted!!! lmao!!! Priceless!!!
1st ace, hole #1 B pad, tuscawilla park, purple comet, back in 97.
You always remember your first!
Nothing like hitting an ace with five or six guys in your group, turning around and pointing at each guy individualy and saying "Five Dollars" "Five Dollars" "Five Dollars" "Five Dollars "Five Dollars"
my first ace was at Dolese park hole 7 shorts and i couldnt beleive it i got my first ace and i went crazy i screamed like a girl and ran up to the basket and jumped on top of it and my friend took a pic....yeah i think my boxers turned colors, but i didnt care....
My first ace was at the UFO's old course at Sonoma State University in 1998. It was a skip in on hole 8. My friends and myself really didn't know what a big deal getting your first ace is...... They were actually more upset by the fact that I finished the hole in one shot and by doing so took the 3 skins that were riding..... Today there is a dorm there and course is gone.
Mine was a week ago. I threw my (now beloved) yellow champion 147g Japan Open Monarch at Kiwanas Woodlot in Mitchell SD, hole #4 220ft. Tall and up to the left, the fade was awesome right to the basket. I threw up my arms and screamed with joy. Needless to say, enough people were staring. I ran (and I never run) to the basket and held up my disc.
My first ace was in 1988 at Woodland Mound hole #1, 225ft and windy. I threw a beadless XD, it came out of my hand on a hyzer, flattened out and jumped about 10 feet higher into the air (wind bounce), jumped back down then back up again...then it was like it had a radar because at that point, it angled the left side down (RHBH shot) and dived right into the basket. Mighty lucky in that wind but then it was what I was aiming for.
My first ace, I didn't know where the basket was, I threw at the wrong location, it flipped and went to the right. It got a wind lift over a small tree, slammed down again on the other side of the tree and into the basket. I didn't know it was there and it was too windy to hear chains. I asked my friend where it was. He said it was in the basket. I said 'IT WAS OVER THERE?!?!?'
My first ace was on a crowded course on a crowded day, on a hole that can be seen from three teepads and one basket....and there was not one single witness. I'd been having one hell of a bad game/day so all the ace really did was even my mood out. The funny thing is that I would never throw that disc (Teebird) at that hole again because I would blow by it by about 50 feet and go over the edge of a nasty hill (my power has gone up quite a bit since then). Now I throw a Buzzz at it, and I'm on line to get another one soon.....