Andrew Von Lossow of Spokane has a good thing going. In a 13-month span of time, he drained five holes-in-one. Yes, five. Enough for a lifetime, but we’re thinking he may not be through just yet.
His incredible stretch includes an ace on these holes (see below for photos from each ace):
- Oct 5, 2020: 163-yard 14th hole at Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, during a practice round for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball qualifier.
- Oct 6, 2020 (yes, the very next day, on the same hole): 157-yard 14th hole at Wine Valley GC, during the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball qualifier.
- April 2, 2021: 160-yard 13th hole at Indian Canyon GC in Spokane, during a Friday skins game (yes, he won a skin on the hole).
- Aug 30, 2021: 130-yard 13th hole at Indian Canyon during an Inland Empire PGA Pro-Am.
- Nov 2, 2021: 157-yard 17th hole at Manito Golf and Country Club in Spokane.
The only other hole-in-one Von Lossow has had was in 2017 at a par-3 course, but this recent barrage of aces was no fluke. He has recently been coming into his own as a player. In April 2021, he won the Washington Champion of Champions, besting a field of club champions from throughout the state. In May 2021 he shot a 5-under 66 at Wine Valley GC in U.S. Open Local qualifying, to advance to the national championship’s Final qualifying. Then in September 2021 he put on his plus-fours and won the U.S. Hickory Open held at Gearhart (Ore.) Golf Links.
Yes, a pretty good thing going.