Hole-in­one at Piron­gia

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The Sum­mer Cup at Piron­gia Golf Club has been won by Dick Thomas, but the high­light of play was a holein-one by Addy Niere­mei­jer.

She played the pre­fect shot on the 9th hole and says she felt “a lot of en­joy­ment”.

“My two friends and hus­band were play­ing too, so they got to see the hole-in-one.”

The Hamil­ton woman won two tro­phies for her ef­forts.

But this isn’t Mrs Niere­mei­jer’s first hole-in-one.

In 2005 she got a hole-in-one in the 13th hole at the Piron­gia Golf Club.

Mrs Niere­mei­jer plays golf at least once a week, often with her hus­band.

They own a cheese shop to­gether in Hamil­ton and play golf on their days off.

Mrs Niere­mei­jer moved to New Zealand in 1983 and has been play­ing golf for 20 years.

Sum­mer Cup win­ner Dick Thomas’ four-round stable­ford to­tal of 154 was a model of con­sis­tency— two rounds of 38 points and two rounds of 39.

The Se­nior Scram­ble was won by Kevin Ap­pleby with 43 stable­ford points, from Tyne Watts (40), Josh Law, Ken Bard­s­ley, An­drew Parsons, Dave Sea­ger (39), Steve Law, Scott Law (38).

In the ju­nior com­pe­ti­tion good scor­ing had Adrian El­liott, on 45 points, edge out Pete Mor­ris and Addy Niere­mei­jer on 43, fol­lowed by Kevin Nick­son (42), Hans Niere­mei­jer (41), Barry Cavey and Dick Thomas (39).

Barry Cavey sunk the long­est putt and the hole-in-one won Addy Niere­mei­jer the clos­est to pin prize.

Twos went to Scott Law, Garry Bow­man, Jack Hjorth, Barry Cavey and Sean Bo­nenkamp.

Barry Cavey also claimed the ju­nior jack­pot by scor­ing a birdie and a two.

Golfer Addy Niere­mei­jer gets a hole-in-one at the Piron­gia Golf Club.

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