Pillars progress - upgrade continues
Stoneworks stone mason Shane Shine continues the good work on the site. Seen here are 4 of the 9 \'dacite\' pillars which are being erected as part of the fence to go around the site. The site will truely be of international standard once the fence is up and the signage consented by the local council.
Censored. Naked traveller.
Mad? We think so. Slipping out of his clothes and swimming out to the pontoon this mad Turbo (Manawatu Rugby team) supporter braved the chilly winter temperatures to win a bet with his mates.
Not much to see really!!!! Anything goes as they say at the Hole in One. Also present were mates on a stag do, a hens night and some off roaders over the weekend.
Taupo continues to be a destination of choice for holiday makers. The Hole in One is a must do when coming to Taupo. Don\'t miss out on the action.
On a birthday mystery tour this angel couldn\'t quite conjure up a divine intervention to get the ball in the hole but she brightened up the site.
682 Our latest winner - Matt Asplin
A Kiwi River Rafting Safari on the Rangitaiki River. Matt and I both saw the ball fly into the hole at the same time and turned and looked at eachother ....that moment when you see the ball go into the hole is priceless.
The slab is down
We have been working hard on getting the site operational and the new tee area has received a lot of favourable comments. There is a better feel, more room and its safer. All part of our goal in bringing the Hole in One up to International Standards.