Hole in one (disambiguation)

A hole in one is a golf shot where a player hits the ball directly from the tee into the cup with one shot. Hole in one may also refer to: A Hole in One, a 2004 film with Michelle Williams and Meat Loaf, set in the 1950s with lobotomy in the plot. Hole in One (2010 film), a 2010 comedy film with golf in the plot. "Hole in One" (Only Fools and Horses), an episode of BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses. "Hole in One" (The Price Is Right), a segment game from the American TV series The Price Is Right.

Harold (given name)

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Harold "Hal" Jordan, a fictional DC Comics superhero known as Green Lantern. Harold, from All Dogs Go to Heaven. King Harold of Far Far Away, from the movies Shrek 2 and Shrek the Third. Harald (disambiguation).

PGA Tour

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This slate of unofficial, often made-for-TV events (which have included the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge, the Franklin Templeton Shootout, the Skins Game, etc.) is referred to as the "Challenge Season" or more commonly as the "Silly Season." On March 20, 2012, the tour announced radical changes to the tour's season and qualifying process. Further details of these changes relating to the Fall Series were announced on June 26, with the remaining details announced on July 10. One of the final details received a minor tweak, effective for the 2013 season only, on September 11. First, the 2013 season was the last to be conducted entirely within a calendar year.

Steve Talley

Keller in the 2010 direct-to-DVD film Hole in One, which had various names prior to release. Recently Talley has moved on to less juvenile movies, landing the lead role of investigative reporter Matt Harper in Deadline, about the racially motivated murder of an African-American youth in the South. As well as film credits, Talley has also featured in a British television commercial for Pepsi Max. During Super Bowl XLIV, he drove a car in a Bridgestone commercial about a crazy bachelor party gone wrong. Talley is also featured in a 2010 Pizza Hut ad campaign. It was announced in late June 2012 that he would play Ella Montgomery's (Holly Marie Combs) love interest on Pretty Little Liars.

Richard Ledes

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It subsequently served as research material for his first feature film A Hole in One starring award-winning actress Michelle Williams. There he assistant-directed a series of plays created and performed by the patients, one of which, "Room 13A" was about a drug that cured all mental illness but had one side-effect: it brought back the dead. Richard played a small cameo role as Antonin Artaud working as a waiter. "Room 13A" was reviewed by "The Village Voice". A Hole in One is a feature film that stars Michelle Williams as a young woman who seeks out a lobotomy during the rise of the procedure in the 1950s.

Fred Couples

, Skins Game, World Cup of Golf (team event with Davis Love III), Telus Skins Game. 1996 Skins Game, Telus Skins Game. 1998 Telus Skins Game. 1999 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout (with David Duval), Skins Game, Diners Club Matches (with Mark Calcavecchia). 2000 Telus Skins Game. 2001 Hyundai Team Matches (with Mark Calcavecchia). 2002 Tylenol Par-3 Shootout. 2003 The ConAgra Foods Skins Game. 2004 Merrill Lynch Skins Game, Tylenol Par-3 Shootout. 2006 ING Par-3 Shootout.

Michelle Williams (actress)

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The actress next appeared in Imaginary Heroes, a drama about a family coping with their son's suicide, and played an impressionable young woman fixated on mental health in the period film A Hole in One. Williams returned to the comedic genre with The Baxter, in which she played a geeky secretary. The film received negative reviews; Wesley Morris of The Boston Globe wrote, "Only when Williams is around does the movie seem human, true, and funny. Even in her slapstick, there's pain." As with her other films during this period, it only received a limited release and was not widely seen.

Vin Scully

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From 1991 to 1996, Scully broadcast the annual golf Skins Game for ABC, having previously called the event for NBC from 1983 to 1989. He also called the Senior Skins Game for ABC from 1992 to 2000, as well as various golf events for TBS during this period. In 1999, Scully was the master of ceremonies for MasterCard's Major League Baseball All-Century Team before the start of Game 2 of the World Series. The Dodgers management announced in February 2006 that it had extended Scully's contract through the 2008 baseball season for about $3 million per year. For health reasons, beginning around 2005, Scully no longer called most non-playoff games played east of Phoenix.

Gary Player

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Skins Game: 1983. Trophée Lancôme: 1975. Western Australia Open: 1956. World Cup of Golf: (Team event) 1965, World Cup of Golf Individual Trophy 1965. World Series of Golf: 1965, 1968, 1972. Yomiuri Pro Championship (Japan): 1961. World Cup of Golf Individual Trophy 1977.

Tom Watson (golfer)

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Champions Skins Game (with Jack Nicklaus). 2011 Wendy's Champions Skins Game (with Jack Nicklaus).

Fred Funk

He also won the unofficial Skins Game tournament, during which, to satisfy a friendly bet, he wore a pink skirt that Annika Sörenstam pulled out of her golf bag when she outdrove Funk on the par-five third hole. The skirt was actually picked out by Funk's wife, Sharon. In August 2008, Funk won his first senior major, the JELD-WEN Tradition. After years of chronic knee pain, Funk underwent a total knee replacement in 2009. Later that year, on June 8, 2009, he became the oldest qualifier, at age 53, for the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black by shooting 139 over 36 holes at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Maryland, surviving a playoff.

Greg Norman

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Game. 1998 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout (with Steve Elkington). 2001 Skins Game.

Annika Sörenstam

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She competed against Fred Couples, Phil Mickelson and Mark O'Meara in the 2003 Skins Game, finishing second with five skins worth $225,000; Sörenstam holed a 39 yd bunker shot on the ninth hole—the eighth eagle in Skins Game history. In September, she was part of the winning European Solheim Cup team in her native Sweden. She was awarded her second Jerringpriset award in Sweden plus the 2003 Golf Writers' Trophy by the Association of Golf Writers. Sörenstam's dominance continued in 2004 with her seventh LPGA Player of the Year award tying Kathy Whitworth for the most in LPGA history.

David Ellison

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As an actor, Ellison has performed in the films Flyboys, Little Fish, Strange Pond and Hole in One. Ellison’s company Skydance Media expanded in 2013 with the launch of its television division. He has executive produced shows such as Altered Carbon, and Grace and Frankie. In 2014, Ellison launched a new line of men's clothing, called the "LANAI Collection." In 2016, Ellison led Skydance’s acquisition of a game developing company named The Workshop Entertainment, Inc and formed Skydance Interactive dedicated to creating virtual reality experiences. In 2017, Ellison helped launch Skydance Animation in partnership with Spain’s Ilion Animation Studios.

Lee Trevino

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Legends of Golf (with Mike Hill). 1993 American Express Grandslam. 1994 American Express Grandslam. 1995 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf (with Mike Hill). 1996 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf (with Mike Hill), Australian PGA Seniors' Championship. 2000 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf – Legendary Division (with Mike Hill). 2003 ConAgra Foods Champions Skins Game.

Rico E. Anderson

Rico Elliott Anderson is an American film and television actor who has appeared in over 90 TV shows, films, and commercials.

John Daly (golfer)

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The Lion's Den, Dardanelle, Arkansas. 1979 Spring Club Championship, Lake of the Woods Club, Fredericksburg, Virginia. 1983 Missouri State HS Team Championship, 1A-3A division, with Helias High School, Jefferson City. 1983 Missouri State Amateur Championship. 1984 Arkansas State Amateur Championship. 1987 Missouri State Open. 1999 JCPenney Classic (with Laura Davies). 2002 Champions Challenge (with Pat Perez). 2003 Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational. 2006 Telus Skins Game. 2007 Telus Skins Game. 2014 Beko Classic, Turkey (sanctioned by PGA of Europe). Most consecutive cuts made – 7 (1992 Open Championship – 1994 Masters). Longest streak of top-10s – 1 (three times).

Dean Cain

Dean George Cain (né Tanaka; born July 31, 1966) is an American actor, producer and television show host, best known for playing the role of Clark Kent/Superman in the TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. He was also host of Ripley's Believe It or Not! and appeared in the soap opera series Hit the Floor.

Stephen Ames

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Amateur *Eisenhower Trophy (representing Trinidad and Tobago): 1986 Professional *WGC-World Cup (representing Trinidad and Tobago): 2000, 2002, 2003, 2006 *1997 PGA Tour Qualifying School graduates * Canadian Golf Hall of Fame biography 1989 Trinidad and Tobago Open. 2005 Telus Skins Game. 2006 LG Skins Game. 2007 LG Skins Game. Most consecutive cuts made – 6 (1993 Open Championship – 2000 PGA). Longest streak of top-10s – 1 (six times). Starts – 394. Cuts made – 254. Wins – 4. 2nd place finishes – 1. Top 3 finishes – 5. Top 10 finishes – 58. Top 25 finishes – 125. Biography from the National Library and Information System of Trinidad and Tobago. Canadian Golf Hall of Fame biography.

K. J. Choi

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PGA Tour playoff record (1–0) *1999 Kirin Open, Ube Kosan Open *2008 LG Skins Game CUT = missed the half-way cut "T" = tied 1 Defeated David Toms in a sudden-death playoff: Choi (3), Toms (4). CUT = missed the halfway cut "T" indicates a tie for a place. QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play "T" = Tied Note that the HSBC Champions did not become a WGC event until 2009.

Tom Lehman

CUT = missed the halfway cut "T" indicates a tie for a place Lehman has won the following awards: * Article from thesandtrap.com 1990 Ben Hogan Reflection Ridge. 1991 Ben Hogan Gulf Coast Classic, Ben Hogan South Carolina Classic, Ben Hogan Santa Rosa Open. 1986 Waterloo Open Golf Classic. 1989 Minnesota State Open. 1990 Minnesota State Open. 1995 Diners Club Matches (with Duffy Waldorf). 1996 Diners Club Matches (with Duffy Waldorf), PGA Grand Slam of Golf. 1997 Skins Game. 1998 Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational. 2000 Williams World Challenge* (January). 2000 Hyundai Team Matches (with Duffy Waldorf). 2009 Argentine Masters. Most consecutive cuts made – 8 (1996 Masters – 1997 PGA).

Mark O'Meara

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CUT = missed the halfway cut WD = withdrew "T" indicates a tie for a place Professional * The official Mark O'Meara Design web site 1985 Fujisankei Classic. 1992 Tokai Classic. 1985 Isuzu Kapalua International (unofficial PGA Tour event). 1989 RMCC Invitational (with Curtis Strange). 1994 Argentine Open, Fred Meyer Challenge (with John Cook). 1998 Cisco World Match Play Championship (Europe – unofficial event), Skins Game (U.S. – unofficial event). 1999 World Cup of Golf (with Tiger Woods). 2000 Fred Meyer Challenge (with John Cook). 2002 Skins Game (U.S. – unofficial event). 2007 Champions Challenge (with Mike Reid). Most consecutive cuts made – 11 (1995 Masters – 1999 Masters).

Colin Montgomerie

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WD = withdrew CUT = missed the halfway cut "T" indicates a tie for a place Amateur Professional * 1985 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship. 1987 Scottish Amateur Championship. 2002 TCL Classic. 2003 Macau Open. 1996 Nedbank Million Dollar Challenge. 1997 Andersen Consulting World Championship of Golf, King Hassan II Trophy, World Cup of Golf Individual Trophy. 1999 Cisco World Match Play Championship. 2000 Skins Game. 2007 Omega Mission Hills World Cup (with Marc Warren). Most consecutive cuts made – 9 (1998 PGA – 2000 PGA). Longest streak of top-10s – 2 (1994 U.S. Open – 1994 Open Championship). Eisenhower Trophy (representing Great Britain & Ireland): 1984, 1986.

Raymond Floyd

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Professional * 1978 Brazil Open. 1979 Friendship Cup (Costa Rica). 1981 Canadian PGA Championship, Seiko Point Leader. 1982 Seiko Point Leader, Million Dollar Challenge (South Africa). 1985 Chrysler Team Championship (with Hal Sutton). 1988 Skins Game. 1990 RMCC Invitational (with Fred Couples). 1993 Franklin Funds Shark Shootout (with Steve Elkington). 2000 Tylenol Par-3 Shootout. 1992 Fuji Electric Grandslam. 1994 Diners Club Matches (with Dave Eichelberger), Senior Skins Game. 1995 Senior Skins Game, Senior Slam at Los Cabos, Office Depot Father/Son Challenge (with Raymond Floyd Jr.), Lexus Challenge (with Michael Chiklis). 1996 Senior Skins Game, Senior Slam at Los Cabos, Office Depot Father

Payne Stewart

CUT = missed the half-way cut (3rd round cut in 1984 Open Championship) "T" = tied CUT = missed the halfway cut "T" indicates a tie for a place Professional *List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins * A biography written when he was inducted into the Hall of Fame 1981 Indian Open, Indonesia Open. 1982 Coolangatta-Tweed Heads Classic (Australia), Magnolia State Classic. 1987 Fred Meyer Challenge (with Isao Aoki). 1990 World Cup (individual winner). 1991 Skins Game. 1992 Skins Game, Hassan II Trophy. 1993 Skins Game, Hassan II Trophy. Most consecutive cuts made – 11 (1987 Open Championship – 1990 Masters). Longest streak of top-10s – 3 (twice).