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Hole-in-one at Valley Maple Leafs golf tourney nets Hants County man five-day cruise

Representatives with the Valley Maple Leafs, Bob Dill, left, and Randy Graham, right, congratulated Adam Ullock on getting a hole-in-one during their golfing fundraiser recently.
Representatives with the Valley Maple Leafs, Bob Dill, left, and Randy Graham, right, congratulated Adam Ullock on getting a hole-in-one during their golfing fundraiser recently.

WINDSOR, N.S. — Adam Ullock made a difficult shot on the golfing green recently and his hole-in-one paid off big time.

Ullock took part in the Valley Maple Leafs' fifth annual golfing fundraiser at the Avon Valley Golf and County Club recently after his father, Harry Ullock, couldn't play due to an injury. As luck would have it, on the fifth hole, Ullock scored a hole-in-one.

“It's the first time in our fundraising history,” said Bob Dill, who organizes the tournament for the hockey team.

“A hole-in-one is tough.”

Valley Ford sponsored the No. 5 hole at this year's Valley Maple Leafs golf tournament, which serves as the junior B hockey team's major fundraiser.

The hole-in-one meant Ullock could choose a prize and after some consideration, he opted to receive a five-day cruise.

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