DECATUR, Ala. — Four golfers hit holes-in-one at an amateur golf tournament here, but the rules prevented one of the golfers from winning the prize of a car or boat that goes with an ace.
The club pro at Burningtree Country Club, where the Sheriffs' Boys and Girls Ranches golf tournament was being played Monday, said he had never seen a car given away for a hole-in-one before.
Each of the country club's four par-3 holes had two pins on it, and each pin corresponded to a car or boat for a hole-in-one.
The first hole-in-one went to Emory Hubbard, a deputy for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department. Hubbard won a 1988 Mercury Tracer valued at $10,088 after his ace on the 12th hole.