IN THE CUP \ Area holes in one

Ken Miller of Warren aced the No. 5 hole at Olde Dutch Mill Golf Course in Lake Milton. He used a 7-iron on the 142-yard hole. Witnesses were Jim Crowe, Bill Braham and Al Bagoly.
Joe Kanik of Austintown used a 6-iron to shoot a hole-in-one on the 140-yard No. 4 at the Valley Golf Club in Columbiana. He was playing with Andy Pernotto, Sharon McDonald and Dave Liston.
Marty Willmitch aced the seventh hole at Rolling Hills golf course. Willmitch used a pitching wedge. His shot was witnessed by Tom Case, Mike Roman and Nick Rosian.
Bud Allard of Warren aced the No. 11 hole at Candywood Golf Club in Vienna. He used a hybrid club on the 160-yard hole. Witnesses were Bugs Fenton, Bill Watson and George Kluger.
William Miner of Youngstown scored a hole-in-one on the No. 12 hole at Bedford Trails. He hit a 9-iron on the 145 yard hole. Witness was Larry Miner II.
Jim Houp of Columbiana aced Valley Golf Club's No. 4 hole, 140-yards with a 9-iron for his third career ace. His witnesses were Alan Douglas, Rich Summers, Dick Houp and Art Biscan.
John Fredrick of Canfield scored an ace at Lake Marion Golf Course in Santee, S.C. Fredrick aced the 130-yard, No. 11 hole with a 7-iron. Witnesses were Jim Burke and Tim Campbell.
John Koranicki of Youngstown aced the 144-yard No. 15th hole, with a seven iron at Deer Creek Golf Course in Hubbard. Witnesses were Mark Kunicki, Joe Bellino and Ron Layko.
Dennis Miller, Director of Golf at Mill Creek Golf Course, aced the fifth hole on the south course. He used a pitching wedge on the 124-yard hole. Witnesses were George Bellino, Pudge Kosco and Andy Santor.
John Zebroski of Brookfield aced No. 17 on Mill Creek's south course. The hole measured 173 yards and he used a 6-iron. Witnesses were Jim Perry and Zack Mansky.

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