Kaua’i Sports Briefs

– Haug and Carlson swing for acesTwo holes-in-one were hit on Kaua’i golf

courses recently.

Vernemell Haug of Seattle, a long-time visitor to Kaua’i,

used a 7-iron to score an ace at the Kiahuna Golf Course’s 104-yard 12th

hole.

Witnesses and playing companions were husband Irv Haug and friends

Larry and Gwen Klawunder.

John Carlson of Lihu’e knocked in a hole-in-one

at the Grove Farm Golf Course’s 108-yard 5th hole. He used an 8-iron. Witnesses

were Bob and Rita Haaker and Lea Carlson of Seattle.

– Softball umpire

clinic site switches

HANAPEPE — The site for the second day of the Kaua’i

Junior Olympics Softball League umpire clinic has been changed.

The first

day is still the same — Friday, March 10 at 7 p.m. at the Kalaheo Neighborhood

Center.

The second day of the clinic is still on Saturday, March 11 at 9

a.m., but the new site is the Hanapepe Ball Park.

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