If you don't know me, I'm a decent golfer, but I am lacking two key elements, distance, and consistency. Of course one should never discount my strong points including a strong putting game, technical skill, and luck! The last of my strengths have gotten me an ace at Oshtemo on hole six thanks to a luck bounce directly into the basket, a perfect shot directly into hole four at one of the most dangerous courses I've played, Valley Farm Park in Dewitt, MI. And now, four aces on two holes at Knollwood park, hole thirteen was taken with a Raging Inferno, I gave it a strong anhyzer curving it through the center, and around the right side of the trees, finally turning left, and bouncing into the basket. Hole two, the shortest, most direct hole on the course has been victim to half of my six aces, each one with a straight backhand shot, the first, a Champion Sidewinder, the second, a Star Sidewinder, and just a few days ago, with my Worlds stamp San Marino Roc. I'm hoping to at least hit metal at Robert Morris, or Coldbrook by the end of the warmer season, though, so far, it's not looking good. Oh well, it's a little sunny, I think I'll hit up Knollwood again!