THE Grange Golf Club's Kaylene Cameron was delighted to record her fourth hole-in-one for her golfing career.
Playing golf for 46 years, Cameron said even though she had succeeded in a hole-in-one before, each time it was special.
"You play for the shot but you never expect it," she said.
"It's just one of those things. It's been 16 years since I had one."
Hitting off the tenth tee, on the 128-metre par three, Cameron used a seven iron to complete the shot.
"It was straight up heading for the pin," she said.
"It landed just short, rolled up, went to the right of the cup and fell in the hole.
"I watched it the whole time and one of my playing partners was saying "go in, go in"."
Cameron said she could see the ball track to the right on the scrapes.
"On scrapes, you can see where it tracks right it so that's interesting," she said.
"On a green, it would only be in the morning when there is dew you would be able to see that."
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