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Of all the courses you've played, what one would be your favorite ... ever hit a hole in one??


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I would have to say St. Andrews in Scotland.  Also right down the road from St. Andrews there's a more modern course, but one of the most incredible in the world-it's called Kingsbarns.  It was built in the place where the king used to keep his horses.

And when it comes to the United States, it's awfully hard to beat Pebble Beach.  Coming close behind that would be a wonderful set of courses in Oregon called Bandon Dunes.

Have I ever had a hole-in-one?  Yes, a couple.  Most recently, just a few years ago, on a 157-yard par three.  I spun an eight iron back into the cup.--John MacArthur, Speaker for Grace To You®


Frank Wright's "Just that close" shotMy favorite golf course is wherever I am playing with Jim Sanders.  And that's the truth!

If Jim is not available, it would be the Robert Trent Jones Course on Lake Manassas in Virginia.  It was host to the President's Cup for many years and has several spectacular holes along the water.

No hole in one, but as Maxwell Smart might say: "It was just that close" (and here's the picture to prove it!)--Frank Wright, President of the National Religious Broadcasters


My favorite golf course is the Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head South Carolina. Beautiful old oaks with hanging moss line the fairways and the 18th hole is one of the most famous in all of golf.  It beats me every time!--Chris MacCourtney, General Manager of Salem Detroit


I think I've been on a golf course twice in my life, but we love to go miniature golfing as a family. We went with Nick and his friends whil he was home. On the alst hole I covered my eyes and hit the ball--you guessed it, a hole in one! my hat's off to those real golfers out there like Jim!--Brad Mattes, Speaker for Life Issues®

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Favorite course? One without triples, few trees, big greens, wide fairways, mild temperatures, a good GPS system, and great friends. I did hit a hole in one on #8 at Stonebridge, 196 yard, par 3. Used Mizuno 3 Iron. Balanced out the double on the previous hole.

I was invited to play Crooked Stick (where the Senior Open was played this year) a few years ago. It was a gorgeous Indiana evening. The course was in pristine condition! It didn't improve my game but it sure was fun to play.

I've never had a hole in one, but I've been a witness for three!

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