Nov. 18 was a beautiful day at the Preserve, and an even more exciting one for resident Beverly Reiman. She was using her 8 iron on the fourth hole on the Preserve course when something amazing happened. She got a hole-in-one with the ball on the fly. The excited witnesses to this event were Kathy Bomwell and Connie Simmons.
Reiman has lived in the Tucson area for over 15 years. She has lived in two different houses in the Preserve of SaddleBrooke on hole number 14, and now lives on hole number 17 in the new Unit 44A. This is her first hole-in-one. She was a weekend golfer when she originally lived in Ohio, but once she retired and joined the Preserve ladies’ group on Wednesdays, she has had more time to devote to golf.
“My reaction was both shock and awe. You don’t believe it until you see the ball in the hole,” Reiman said.
Bev is married to Joe Reiman who is on the SaddleBrooke TWO Architectural Landscape Committee and is also the Unit Representative of Unit 44A where they currently live.
Congratulations to Bev!