Lage Dreyer used a 9-iron from 149 yards out to ace #17.
Andrew Etzler aced the 8th hole on June 2, 2023 during his first visit at Raindance National. He hit a 4-iron from 240 yards to achieve the feat.
On June 9, 2023, RainDance National member Jack Drey used a 9 iron from 163 yards to ace #17.
On June 16, 2023, Craig Rasmuson used a 5-iron on the 193-yard 8th hole to earn a hole in one.
On Saturday, June 24, 2023, Miles Atkinson used a pitching wedge from 132 yards out on #17 to become the fourth person to earn an ace on this hole.
Blake Roe aced the par 3 8th hole at RainDance National on Friday, June 30 using a 6-iron from 179 yards out.
Scott Steger kisses the ball he used to ace the 14th hole on July 1 from 156 yards out.
Brock Mull aced the 17th hole on July 7, 2023 using a 7 iron from 157 yards out.
Alex Rolf earned his first hole in one on July 9 while playing the 141-yard 14th hole at RainDance National. And he accomplished the feat by using his favorite club, a pitching wedge.
Joe Dollarhide earned his second career hole in one on July 11 during the Folds of Honor event. Joe used a 9 iron from 157 yards on #17 to the amazement of the guys he was playing with.
While using a 9 iron from 132 yards out on #14, Drew Wagers earned his first hole in one on July 21.
Eaton resident Ben Richter used an 8 iron from 160 yards out on #17 to earn his first hole in one.
The first ace in a major event goes to Subin Lee. During the first round of the Colorado Golf Association's 87th Annual State Amateur Championships, Subin used a 9 iron from 148 yards on 17 to earn the distinction of being the first player to get a hole in one during this historic event.
During the second round of the 87th annual Colorado Golf Association's State Amateur, Lakewood's Darrin Hall aced the 8th hole.
It only took a pitching wedge for Travis McPhee to ace the 14th hole from 163 yards out on Aug. 2.
Jeff Lask used a 6 iron from 190 yards out on #8 to earn a hole in one.
Ben Gilson will go down in history at RainDance National for being the first person to earn an ace on the par 3 12th hole. Playing with a group of buddies, including Peter Thorne, Ben used a 6-iron from 189 yards out (with slope) to knock his yellow golf ball in the hole. What was even more amazing is two of his playing partners hit their shots within five feet of the hole as well. Great playing from Ben, Peter, and the rest of the group!
One of the most common questions a PGA golf professional gets asked is, "How many hole in ones do you have?" Well, before Aug. 5, 2023, Pelican Lakes Head PGA Golf Professional Kevin Cohrs would have responded with, "Nada." That all changed when Kevin grooved an 8-iron to a back right pin from 183 yards out on #17. He was in disbelief until he plucked his TaylorMade golf ball out of the hole, signifying his very first ace. Congrats, Kev! We hope more hole in ones come in droves for you.
Josey Conn is the first person to ace a par 4 at RainDance National! Using a driver from the white tees on the par 4 third hole, Josey knocked his ball into the cup from 263 yards out. What an impressive shot, Josey!
All it took for Doug Lopez to ace the 17th hole at RainDance was a simple 8 iron from 137 yards.
Not a bad first visit to RainDance National for Jeremy Bryant. While playing the course for the first time Aug. 12, Jeremy dropped the ball in the hole on #14 for his first ever hole in one. He used a pitching wedge from 156 yards out and celebrated by pounding a beer on the green.
Even though Ashlee Sinner might be holding a putter for her hole in one pic, she definitely knocked the ball into the cup from 85 yards using a gap wedge on #6 on Aug. 30, 2023.
Using an 8-iron, Kalei Bright knocked his ball into the 17th hole from 157 yards out on Sept. 4.
Rydge Peterson knows how to play the par 3 8th hole at RainDance National. Using a 7-iron, Rydge successfully knocked his ball into the hole from 191 yards out on Sept. 24, 2023.
Even though Connor Mellott's Class 3A state tournament finish wasn't what he hoped for, the Monte Vista freshman will forever have a positive memory about playing RainDance National. During the second round of the state event, Mellott earned a hole in one on #14 using a pitching wedge from 140 yards out. He ended the event in a tie for 45th with a 177 (88-89).
A 9 iron is all Shirley Furstenau needed to earn an ace on the 117-yard 17th hole on Oc. 21.
Ryan Kinney loves playing RainDance National. The resident of Southern California has flown out twice specifically to play RainDance National, and his latest visit proved fruitful as he earned a hole in one on the 12th hole. Using a 4-iron from 185 yards, Kinney is the second reported person to ace the first par 3 on the back 9. Congratulations, Ryan, and we cannot wait to host you again soon!
Alex Flores used his trusty 52 degree wedge to earn a hole in one on number 17 from 122 yards out.
Congratulations to Tina O'Dell, a member of The 45 Club, who earned a hole in one on #6 at RainDance National on Sunday! Tina successfully knocked the ball into the hole from 90 yards out while using a pitching wedge. Way to go, Tina!
Jon Thompson was the first person to earn a hole in one at RainDance National when he used a 9-iron from 170 yards to ace #14.
Corrine Hoyman used a 5-wood from 145 yards out to ace #8.
Resurrection Christian High School boys' golfer Asher Nguyen aced the 14th hole from 162 yards using a pitching wedge during a high school tournament.
Grant Davis (not pictured) used a 9 iron from 156 yards to become the first person to ace the 17th hole.
Mike Ball earned his fifth career hole in one by using a 9 iron from 163 yards out on #6.