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Eads’ junior Ross Brown sinks first hole-in-one in school history

Brown’s 9-iron shot finds the hole during Eads Invitational
Eads Junior Ross Brown celebrates after hole-in-one
Eads Junior Ross Brown celebrates after hole-in-one(KKTV)
Published: Aug. 28, 2020 at 10:02 PM MDT
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EADS, Colo. (KKTV) - It’s a picture worth a thousand words, plus a lifelong memory for Eads High School junior Ross Brown.

On Friday, Brown posed on the Eads Golf Course green, smiling after sinking the first hole-in-one in school history during the Eads Invitational. Brown’s 9-iron shot traveled 100 yards into the cup, marking a high point in the day for the Eagles during the eight-team, 56-golfer tournament.

Cheyenne Wells took home the team championship, with golfers Kody Ryser and Brock Ziegler finished first and second, respectively. Eads’ Brandon Lening finished third.

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