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- Former Academy Instructor Jason Guss once made two hole-in-ones on the same day while doing a fundraiser for Otsego Memorial Hospital.
- Missing left of any pin will repel the ball farther away from it. The solution? Get the ball on the same level as the pin or have fun with a 3-putt and a worse score.
- A back left pin begs you to focus on landing near the hole. The green slopes like an upside-down bowl, so the trick is to hit it out to the right and let the slope bring it down. Whether or not you listen to this advice can be found in your scores. Hey, if bogeys are your thing, live your life.