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Stepson Got His First Hole in One

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11 minutes ago, iacas said:

Awesome, the punk! 🙂

Haha! His buddy was so mad because he shot a 72 to lead scoring for the tournament but everyone was talking about the hole in one instead...😀.  It was amazing to me how quickly the news got around the course. By the time Jacob got to 18 and hit his tee shot, there were coaches from other teams driving over to congratulate him.

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Proud Grandpa to be sure. 

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