Cleveland Golf/Srixon is pleased to announce that Scott Hamilton, Director of Golf & Instruction at Cartersville Country Club and member of the Cleveland Golf/Srixon Elite Advisory Board made history by sinking two hole-in-ones in the same round of golf. While competing in the 2010 Georgia PGA’s Pro-Assistant Championship at Cherokee Town and Country Club, in Atlanta, Hamilton made his first hole-in-one on the fourth hole of the South Course, knocking in an 8-iron from 161 yards. His second hole-in-one was on the 14th hole of the North Course, where he hit his 6-iron 183 yards straight into the cup.
“Hitting two hole-in-ones in the same round was just unbelievable,” said Hamilton. “Since I’ve switched to the Srixon® Z-STAR™ ball and Cleveland® equipment, my play has improved tremendously and my distance control has gone to the next level.”
Hamilton has been the Director of Golf Instruction at Cartersville Country Club since 1993, where he is the instructor for PGA Tour players such as Jason Bohn, Michael Clark II, Steven Bowditch, as well as many additional professional and amateur golfers. His teaching accomplishments include being named the 2007 PGA of America – Georgia Section Teacher of the Year.
Hamilton plays a Cleveland® Launcher® DST™ driver and fairway woods with Miyazaki™ Kusala Black 83X shafts, a Cleveland® Launcher® DST™ Hybrid, Cleveland® CG7™ Tour irons, Cleveland® 588™ wedges and a Srixon® Z-STAR™ golf ball.