Holidaymakers score aces in Warrnambool hole in one competition

LUCKY DAY: Port Campbell's Chris 'Baz' Smith, (left), Brodi Parsons, 11, and Kyle Delaney, 14, have all scored holes in one in the last two days. Picture: Rob Gunstone
LUCKY DAY: Port Campbell's Chris 'Baz' Smith, (left), Brodi Parsons, 11, and Kyle Delaney, 14, have all scored holes in one in the last two days. Picture: Rob Gunstone

IF LUCK runs in threes then the Delaney and Parsons families should buy a lottery ticket after their recent luck.

Timboon’s Kyle Delaney, 14, and visiting Peterborough cousin Brodi Parsons, 11, both nailed aces in the past two days at the Rotary Club of Warrnambool East’s hole in one competition.

Brodi was the first to nail the rare feat on Sunday in the under 12s competition. But on Tuesday Kyle landed a ball in the hole in the senior competition at the makeshift green on Warrnambool’s Viaduct Road.

Both qualify for the shootout on Australia Day where Kyle will be aiming to win a car and Brodi a new bike.

If Kyle is lucky enough to win the car he knows exactly where to put it.

“It can stay in the shed until I am 16,” he said.