Canyon Lake golfer lands second hole-in-one with precision shot

KK Beecher celebrates her second hole-in-one. Photo by Jesse Beecher.

Canyon Lake resident KK Beecher made her second hole-in-one on Saturday.

Using a 4 hybrid, Beecher sunk her ball in one shot on the 144-yard 8th hole at the Canyon Lake Golf Course.

This achievement follows Beecher’s first-hole-in-one at the ThunderHawk Golf Club in Beach Park, Illinois, during a vacation in September 2021.

According to the National Hole-In-One Registry, the odds of an average amateur golfer making a hole-in-one are roughly 12,000 to one. Only 16 percent are made by women and 15 is the average years of playing.

Beecher retrieves her ball from the 8th hole, where she sank the ball in one stroke. Photo by Jesse Beecher.

Beecher has been golfing for about seven years. She’s a member of the Canyon Lake Women’s Golf Club and plays about two to three times a week.

Beecher has won the Women’s Golf Club Championship Tournament for the past three years, each time securing a coveted invitation to the PGA’s National Club Championship. She’ll be attempting to win her fourth Club Championship Tournament this week.


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