Some lucky golfer could have been $1 million richer after playing in the annual Glendale College Foundation/Harley-Davidson/Buell of Glendale Golf Classic at the Oakmont County Club on June 8. All a golfer had to do was make a hole-in-one on one of four par three holes.
That golfer would then get a free Harley-Davidson motorcycle. After that, the golfer was eligible to try for the $1-million hole after the tournament. To do that, he or she must hit a hole-in-one, 165 yards out, on the 18th hole. Glendale resident Richard Khojayan was planning on becoming the annual tournament’s first millionaire.
As it turned out, he didn’t win the motorcycle or the $1 million, but that didn’t stop his good spirits. Khojayan, a Baxter Health Care employee, played with three other Baxter Health Care employees — Gilbert Jimenez, John Carver and Gus Rios.