TUSTIN\u00a0\u2014 John Jaeger spends his summers at Diamond Lake near Tustin Trails Golf Course where he likes to play during the summer. He\u2019s a resident at of Holland but has had a place at Diamond Lake for 10 years. He\u2019s a Holland native. \u201cMy son bought a cottage up there and we stayed there,\u201d Jaeger recalled. \u201cHe sold it a couple of years ago. So we have a trailer, and we stay in there.\u201d Jaeger has played at the course for several years. \u201cIt\u2019s a good course, I help out a little bit,\u201d Jaeger said, who occasionally serves as a ranger. \u201c(As a ranger) you keep the (golfers) moving. If you get a lot of big groups, they like to party, and you try to keep them moving and keep them off the greens with their carts.\u201d Jaeger plays regularly in the Thursday morning men\u2019s league at Tustin Trails and subs in another league. \u201cI\u2019m here for sure six days a week, sometimes seven,\u201d he said. Jaeger\u2019s best score at the par 35 course has been 36 for nine holes. He usually averages from 38 to 42. \u201cI\u2019m an average golfer,\u201d he smiled. \u201cI chipped one in three weeks ago from about 80 feet out. That was a nice eagle.\u201d It came on hole No. 7 with his pitching wedge. \u201cI\u2019ve come within two inches on a hole-in-one,\u201d Jaeger said. \u201cI\u2019ve come within a foot or two two times.\u201d He\u2019s in the area from mid-May to mid-October, but he\u2019ll enjoy his stay at Tustin Trails while it lasts. \u201cThey keep it up so nice,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s always in great shape. There\u2019s good people and it\u2019s not very difficult, but yet it\u2019s challenging.\u201d Recent weeks have provided some good weather. \u201cIt\u2019s been usually cool mornings,\u201d Jaeger said. \u201cI like to go in the mornings when it\u2019s usually pretty cool.\u201d His driving has been the best part of his game. \u201cUsually it\u2019s been my putting, but for some reason that\u2019s gone away,\u201d he smiled.