Here is an article from the July 21, 2017 Cape Gazette

Cellist makes first hole in one

Tony Gizzi is a professional cellist living near Lewes. He owns and manages the Shrewsbury String Quartet, a popular choice for weddings, corporate events and other venues in the Cape Region and beyond.

He’s also an avid golfer, and he made his first hole in one July 11 at the 104-yard ninth hole at Rookery South, using a pitching wedge.

“I tracked it the whole time. The ball bounced once and rolled right in,” Gizzi said.

It looks like more than just Gizzi’s cello is in tune.

Tony Gizzi of Lewes made his very first hole in one July 11, at the 104-yard par 3 ninth hole at Rookery South near Milton.

The Shrewsbury String Quartet cellist used a pitching wedge.

FRITZ SCHRANCK PHOTO

Here is a link to “Hole By Hole” an excellent golf book by Fritz Schranck

  • Mallory
    Hi Tony, Just wanted to say thank you so much for the wonderful job you & your quartet did for my wedding on 12/12/. You guys made the Mass! It was so beautiful, and I especially appreciate you guys learning the Charlie Brown Christmas song for me :-) Thanks again & I hope you all have a great holiday! Mallory
  • Marv & Ellen T Jennifer & Mat
    Tony, I just wanted to send a quick note of thanks on behalf of Ellen and myself for the wonderful performance that the quartet gave at Jennifer’s wedding last Saturday. You and the rest of musicians sounded wonderful and truly added a special touch to what turned out to be the wedding we had planned and hoped for. Please convey my gratitude and compliments to your team, won’t you? It was a pleasure to personally meet you and the musicians at the wedding. Again, many thanks and best of luck with your future endeavors. Marv & Ellen T Jennifer & Mat

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