According to Fred Rusch of Sun Lakes, the second hole-in-one tops them all. He became the recipient of a fine framed plaque with his score card and ball mounted in it. Sun Lakes Country Club Pro Rick Howell presented it to Fred on April 7. Rusch shot an outstanding round on March 30. He had a hole-in-one on Hole No. 5, 140 yards using a six iron. His reward was celebrated with his family and friends. Rusch shot his first hole-in-one back in 1996 when he lived in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. The most remarkable fact is that Rusch, since 1996, has had two hip replacements to contend with, and needing another surgery on his first replacement because it became defective. He continues to play his favorite sport despite the pain. That’s quite an achievement now at his young age of 65. Today he is the same great golfer with a passion for the game, playing three to four days a week. Even though he has aged, Fred still plays a great round of golf. Congratulations Fred Rusch. Is there a third hole-in-one in your future? Most would not bet against him.