Golfer aces par-4 hole at Bijou |

Golfer aces par-4 hole at Bijou

The dog-leg right, blind tee shot on the seventh hole at Bijou Municipal Golf Course is known for penalizing players who try to take a short cut through the trees.

Ted Greathouse of Sutter Creek, Calif., is one of the fortunate who not only made it through the trees but into the hole for a rare ace on the 211-yard par-4 hole. Greathouse used a 6-iron to record the double-eagle.

BMGC has extended senior play from one day to five days per week. Men and women ages 55 and older can play nine holes for $12.

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