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“We had a daughter who traveled here from eastern Nebraska with her dad yesterday,” Leisy said. “They got on the course and played. His father made his very first hole suddenly. He did it here at the Scotts Bluff Country Club. It will be a memory he will keep for the rest of his life. He told us he was going to become a member because seven hours was not too long to go golf. It’s great that we were able to create a good experience for him and his family.
The hole-in-one was drawn on hole number 17.
“It’s his favorite hole of any golf course he’s played,” Niedan-Streeks said with a laugh.
Neidan-Streeks said the state tournament was a success thanks to all the hard work of everyone involved.
“We have an amazing state golf host committee and literally started work on this year’s championships about two days after last year’s championships. We just worked the whole year, ”she said. “We have 68 volunteers who were amazing and signed up to work with us. “
With the help of these volunteers, sponsors and golf courses, Niedan-Streeks said it made it feel like an easy event to organize.
“It’s just all of these mechanics going on behind the scenes, so when everyone comes here today (Monday) and tomorrow, it looks like it’s happening. But, there are a lot of things that we have done, ”she said. “I can’t say enough about our host committee and, again, 68 volunteers from our community who are here today and tomorrow, helping us to ensure that this is a great experience and a great championship for our people. skilled players.