North’s hole-in-one highlights Elks golf action

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  • (Photo courtesy of SONJA BRISBOY) Scott North (left) poses after hitting a hole-in-one on No. 18 at the Elks Golf Course on Aug. 18. North was using a nine-iron and a Srixon No. 4 I star ball.

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    (Photo courtesy of SONJA BRISBOY) Scott North surveys the 18th hole at the Sandpoint Elks Club Golf Course, at which he sank a hole-in-one with a nine-iron on Aug. 18.

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    (Photo courtesy of SCOTT NORTH) Scott North (center) and his friends take a selfie after he sank a hole-in-one on the Elks Club on Aug. 18.

  • (Photo courtesy of SONJA BRISBOY) Scott North (left) poses after hitting a hole-in-one on No. 18 at the Elks Golf Course on Aug. 18. North was using a nine-iron and a Srixon No. 4 I star ball.

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    (Photo courtesy of SONJA BRISBOY) Scott North surveys the 18th hole at the Sandpoint Elks Club Golf Course, at which he sank a hole-in-one with a nine-iron on Aug. 18.

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    (Photo courtesy of SCOTT NORTH) Scott North (center) and his friends take a selfie after he sank a hole-in-one on the Elks Club on Aug. 18.

Scott North sank a hole-in-one on the 18th hole at the Sandpoint Elks Golf Course on Aug. 18.

He was using a nine-iron and the hole was 149 yards. His ball was a Srixon No. 4 I star.

This is the 59-year-old’s second hole in one; his first was on a 210-yard hole at Shadow Ridge Golf Course in Palm Desert 10 years ago.

On the 18th hole, his hit landed on the front of the green and it rolled straight at the flag.

Two of North’s friends witnessed North’s milestone shot.

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