A hole-in-one is one of the rarest occurrences in sports.
The last week at the Lynbrook has been the exception.
A remarkable four golfers drained a hole-in-one over the span of seven days.
Fred Tremblay got the unprecedented run started on June 21 when he aced the 165-yard fifth hole. Tremblay made the shot with a Taylor Made Utility 4 club. It was the 10th hole-in-one of his career and was witnessed by his wife Terry.
Darren Boychuk follow that with a hole-in-one on the 14th hole at the Lynbrook. The hole was playing 157 yards and Boychuk used a six-iron to make the shot.
He sank the shot during the Wednesday Night Men's and Ladies Business League and it was witnessed by Alf Paul, Bill McLean and Terry Schick.
Days after Tremblay hit his 10th hole-in-one, Lynn Jerred recorded his first at the age of 73. The long-time golfer aced the fifth hole on June 28. Jerred used a driver to cover the 165 yards of the par three. Kenny Jattansingh, Merv Bruvold, Bob Spencer and Jim Swoak all witnessed the event.
Later that evening the course had it's second hole-in-one of the day to round out an amazing week.
Danny Ferner used a nine-iron to ace the par-three seventh hole. It was also his first hole-in-one and was witnessed by David Gould.