Third hole in one for Onewhero Golf Member
On Saturday 25 August, Onewhero Golf Club had a bit of a celebration one of their members who got his third hole in one ever. He had two in 1997 so it has been a long time coming.
Robert Burke has been an active member of the club, on various committees he has even done his part as a past president. He currently helps out by working in the office once a week or pitching in when another staff member is sick. He has recently had knee and eye surgeries and still manages to get out on the course and compete in various competitions.
A few of the members call him the bionic man due to his various surgeries. The club is very proud and grateful to have him as a member and friend.
(L-R) Anaru Herewini, Robert Burke, John O’Brien and John Ruddell.
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