Pat Wilson of Warren made a hole-in-one at Tamer Win Golf Course in Cortland. Wilson aced the No. 5 hole, 153 yards, with a 6-iron. He was in a group with his wife, Elisabeth, and Tom and Cindy Dickey.
Tim Crocker of Kent aced the 240-yard 11th hole at Dogwood Golf Course, using a 5-wood. Witnesses were Bob and Tom Crocker.
Keith Pero of Hubbard, who was trying out for the Hubbard High boys golf team, aced the No. 14 hole, 171 yards using a 5-iron. His shot was witnessed by Bill Ballack, Matt Hogue and Andy Hamilton.
Moon Mullins of Poland aced the 190-yard No. 8 hole using a 5-iron at Olde Dutch Mill in Lake Milton. Witnesses were James Peace, J.J. Banyots and Paul Rovnak.
Jeff Klimko made a hole-in-one on the 125-yard No. 8 hole using an 8-iron at the Bedford Trails Golf Course in Bedford, Pa. The shot was witnessed by Victor Klimko.
Mill Creek Par-3 aces: Anthony Cornwell of Youngstown No. 14, pitching wedge; Dan Poppke of Youngstown, No. 14, pitching wedge; Abby Moliterno of Boardman, No. 7, pitching wedge; Paul Walters, No. 4, pitching wedge; Justin Dauner, No. 16, 7-iron, Adam Sattler, No. 15, pitching wedge.
Cindy Dickey of Cortland aced the No. 5 hole at Tamer Win Golf Course. She used a 5-iron on the 143-yard hole. It was her first hole-in-one. The shot was witnessed by Dick Ganster, Neal Eaton Sr., and grandson Neal Eaton.
Mark Phillips made a hole-in-one at Meander Golf Course in North Jackson. He aced the No. 5 hole, 65 yards with a pitching wedge. The shot was witnessed by Frank Tarantine and Ken Woolf.
David Terry of Ellsworth aced the No. 5 hole at Meander Golf Course in North Jackson. He used a pitching wedge on the 65-yard hole and was in a five-some with Jim Terry, Tom Scurich, Chris Terry and Curt Gemmel.
Christopher Bassetti of Hubbard made his first ace using a 3-iron on the 206-yard par 3 No. 13 hole at Castle Hills in New Castle. The 26-year-old Warren firefighter was in a foursome with Vince Tavolario of Butler, Pa.; Tony Smaldino of Poland and Frank Bassetti of Santee, Calif.
Charles Hudak of Hubbard aced the 145-yard 17th hole at Diamond Back Golf Course, using a 6-iron. Witnesses were Dave Hudak, Jim Horvath and Ray Gnipp.