I only have two aces, but my first one was pretty cool. I was on hole 8 at Live Oak in San Antonio; a short, ~180' hole, just begging to be aced, the challenge being that there's a lake (or part of one) behind the pin. I was rolling solo as I usually do but I started playing with couple of guys I met up with around hole 2. As we were walking from 7 to 8, one of the guys asked how many aces I had and, of course, I said, "none," to which he replied, "My buddy, here, is good luck. About 5 of our friends got their first aces when he was in the group."
I tee off first; I'm throwing a black, KC Pro Aviar with a gold tourney stamp ZAM designed for a tourney that year in Manor, TX. I prefer a putter for this shot not only because it's 180' but I also want to reduce the risk of skips and rolls that might put me in the drink. Like I said, there's water behind the pin and a tree with branches on the high line to the basket. I take my usual approach of throwing a hyzer about 10' right of the pin with the expectation that it will hit and nestle in the wood chips around the base of the basket for a "bonker" deuce. I throw and execute my plan to perfection. The disc fades in towards the basket, hits the outer edge of the wood chips - about 6-8' from the basket, but to my surprise, the disc skips (my asshole got a little tight there for a second considering the water hazard) and drops right in the basket for an ace. Sure enough, everybody goes wild and I end up shooting something like 4 down or whatever.
The best/worst part was later I joined one of my friends at the Kona bar for sake bombs and cougars. I ended up getting smashed, hanging out with some stripper, and I think I yakked in a Denny's at some point, too. Best ace EVAR!
/Cool story, Bro.