Colorado Golfers Go for Guinness Record 0

CASTLE PINES, Col. (Sept. 30, 2011) – On Saturday, golfers at Four Mile Ranch Golf Course in Canon City will attempt to set a Guinness world record for most holes-in-one on a 6,500-yard course in a single day.

Architect Jim Engh's design will be set up by course superintendent John Feeney with the pin positions in the lowest point in each green's bowls to facilitate holes-in-one, albatrosses, eagles, and birdies.

The record the golfers are trying to beat is the 1989 U.S. Open Record at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y. –four holes-in-one on a single day, set at a Florida course.

Golfers participating in the event will receive an 18-hole green fee, cart, range balls, one Guinness beer upon completing their round and a certificate acknowledging their attempt to break a world record. For an added fee, golfers can play all day on a space available basis.

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Dan Vukelich, former editor of ABQ Free Press and Sun Country Golf magazine, is editor of He is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America and the Golf Travel Writers of America. Reach him at [email protected]

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