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THE FINISH LINE

That elusive hole-in-one comes at a price

You can bask in the glory with a handsome reward, or even come off poorer for that achievement

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Charley Hoffman (above) aced the 176-yard 16th hole at the Masters in Augusta in April. With that shot he joined Tiger Woods, whose chip-in in 2005 is still making the rounds on YouTube.

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Charley Hoffman aced the 176-yard 16th hole at the Masters in Augusta in April. With that shot he joined Tiger Woods (his clubs are shown above), whose chip-in in 2005 is still making the rounds on YouTube.

IT took me by surprise when a flight mate in a social game recently declared that he did not want to ever accomplish another hole-in-one.

His reason? He had already bagged two aces in previous social games and actually came off the poorer for it.

He was assured of the usual S$500...

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