1st Hole-In-One at Fairfield Bay Chamber Golf Tournament

Tom Fisher of Fairfield Bay was either skillful enough or lucky enough to make the first Hole-in-One in the Annual Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble on Saturday, April, 19th.  He used a 5-iron on the challenging 165-yard, uphill hole.  The shot was worth $10,000 through the National Hole-in-One Association insurance company.  Tom is a civil engineer for the Arkansas Highway Transportation Department in Conway.  His partners in the scramble were Mike Howard, Barry Gunn, and Clint Gunn, playing for the team sponsored by First Service Bank of Clinton.  The Hole-in-One insurance package was sponsored by Heber Springs State Bank.  Story from the Fairfield Bay News