Shooting his age

Eight-eight-year-old Efi Been is one of Israel's best senior golfers.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
August 5, 2010 03:01
Efi Been.

Senior golfer 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Eighty-eight-year-old golfer Efi Been shot a hole-in-one on Sunday morning at the Ga’ash Golf Club. The longtime duffer hit his ace on the 155-meter 9th hole at Ga’ash during his regular weekly four-ball round. Witnessing the exceptional feat were Kalley Saacks, Ivor Wainstein and Morris Strauss. A one-time three-handicap, Been is one of Israel’s best senior golfers and this hole-in-one was, almost unbelievably, the seventh of his career.

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