Jun 8, 2012, 8:10 PM EDT
Even retired, Pat Summitt still has game.
The legendary Tennessee women’s coach, who retired in April, made a hole-in-one while playing Friday at the Sevierville Golf Club in Knoxville. She used a 7-iron on the 112-yard par-3 No. 17 for the first hole-in-one of her life.
TV analyst Debbie Antonelli tweeted that she saw the ball roll into the cup while they played with former Lady Vol Lisa McGill Reagan and coach Billie Moore.
“An amazing feat! Course is buzzin @patsummitt buying!” she tweeted.
Summitt retired after 38 seasons on the Tennessee sideline after a season in which she admitted that she had been diagnosed with early-onset dementia.
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