Jason Cox got his first hole-in-one this past weekend during the men’s club championship at Cedar Ridges when he hit his pitching wedge about 130 yards to the seventh green. According to witness Derek Stolworthy, the ball landed on the green and took a “slow slow trickle” into the cup. Cox has been golfing for about 6-7 years.
RANGELY I Twenty-three, two-man teams gathered at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely on Saturday to play in the 27-hole, two-man tournament where three different formats are used. Related
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