Here's this, from the Anchorage Daily News:
The Anchorage hockey star fired a hole-in-one in his own charity golf tournament Thursday to win a new $50,000 SUV.
Gomez, a 32-year-old center for the Montreal Canadiens, aced the No. 6 hole at Eagleglen Golf Course, one of four holes that promised a new car from Continental Motors as a reward for a hole-in-one.
"The guy wins a car at his own tournament. Can you believe it?" said Continental Motors owner Marten Martensen.
No. No we can't. Mostly because in 38 games this season he only scored twice on a six-feet-by-four-feet frame from, like, 15 feet away. But a hole-in-one he can handle?
Hole-in-one at charity tourney wins Gomez new $50,000 car [Anchorage Daily News, via Backhand Shelf]