Todd records 1st career hole-in-one during round in Canadian hometown

OC sophomore Dana Todd recorded her first career hole-in-one on Wednesday.
OC sophomore Dana Todd recorded her first career hole-in-one on Wednesday.

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Aug. 6, 2014) – Oklahoma Christian golfer Dana Todd recorded her first career hole-in-one on Wednesday.

Playing a recreational round with her sister and a friend at St. Charles Country Club – her home course in Winnipeg – Todd aced the par-3, 150-yard No. 13 on the Donald Ross-designed course, hitting an 8-iron off the tee.

Todd, who was one of the top junior golfers in her Canadian province before arriving at OC, will begin her sophomore season at OC in a few weeks. As a freshman, she started in all of the Lady Eagles’ nine tournaments, posting a stroke average of 81.52 over 21 rounds and recorded a pair of top-20 finishes.