That really dangerous c raze (not) came to the Hole in One.
They wouldn\'t let us hit balls off their bums. Can\'t see why not!
The whole family were watching as Mr Sweetman hit the pontoon repeatedly. The Hole in One was a clean hit that landed directly in the sweet spot. Congratulations and we hope you did your Giant Swing at Taupo Bungy - you were looking a bit scared!!!.
A beautiful day and we turn up to work to look at this view...what a great office!
We turned up to work early and were about to get the divers who retrieve the balls for us into the water when we noticed 2 fins circling the pontoon. Needless to say we told the boys to stay out of the water for a few hours until they had moved away.
Sharks sightings are rare in Lake Taupo but they have occured in the past. One well documented sighting was when a captured shark was left outside the Turangi Chronicle offices a few years ago.
Sharks have been known to migrate up the Waikato river chasing trout and apparently get lost as they navigate in the currents.
Greg Mills of Waimana - near Whakatane is fast becoming a very good golfer. This Hole in One is his second and he has only been playing for 2.5 months.
Already on a 9 handicap Greg hits a mean long drive registering 269 metres and he reckons he can go close to 300.
Great to watch. Well done mate.