GOLF’S ruling bodies, the Royal and Ancient and the United States Golf Association have jointly announced that a decision on what to do about long putters will be made before the end of this year. There are basically two types, the belly putter which is anchored into the belly-button area and the long broom-stick version. That article seems to have created some interest because your scribe was contacted by Hugh Saulez who plays his golf at Richmond Country Club. Saulez proudly reeled off a list of family members who have achieved the perfect fluke. It reads as follows: “Hugh has had one hole-in-one, his wife, Myrna, has one, his sister Marie (married name Hedley) has one, his brothers John and Anthony have one each. His son Guy has one and his other son Trevor has three, one of which was on a par four at the old seventh hole at Victoria Country Club. His brother-in-law Syd also scored one hole-in-one”. Now that is an impressive number. Can any family beat that?