One week before I had Hole-In-One on October 6, 2019, I had participated in One Million Dollars Hole-In-One contest, 9th Hole, 178 Yards at HeartWell Golf Course in Long Beach, CA. Then exactly a week after on Sunday I decided to play golf at Recreation 9 Golf Course and I was playing with 3 other golfers. As we were at the last 9th hole which was also 178 yards to the pin, as soon as I finished hitting the ball one of the golfers (Jason) screamed and he told me that it was in the hole. I did not believe him. I thought the ball may have rolled off the green. We rushed to check and the ball was in the hole. I was very surprised. I used miz 5 Iron club and Titleist ball. “Actuaries at such companies have calculated the chance of an average golfer making a hole in one at approximately 12,500 to 1, and the odds of a tour professional at 2,500 to 1.” I grew up playing Football (Soccer) all my life through my late 40’s until I started practicing golf at my mid 50’s at the Driving Range for 3 years before I started playing on real golf course. My wife gave me golf clubs as a Father’s Day gift because she has seen me watching Tiger Woods on TV. In fact, I was not happy that my wife spent the money and I kept it in the garage for more than one year because I did not know what to do and how to start. I have made some good friends at the golf course. I love it and I will play forever. CHEERS TO ALL GOLFERS!