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Golfer Makes Hole-in-One at Tourney

June 10, 2013

Jeremy Wolff made a hole-in -one at the Special Olympics golf tournament Friday and won $5,000 sponsored by Farmer’s Union Insurance. Picture are (l to r) Tyler VanBruggen, Farmer’s Union; Wolff; and Russell Nelson, Farmer’s Union.

Jeremy Wolff scored the first ever event hole-in-one at the 25th annual Special Olympics golf tournament Friday.
Wolff, a corrections officer at the Barnes County Jail, made the hole-in-one on hole two at the Town and Country Club in Valley City, and in doing so, won $5,000 from Farmer's Union Insurance in Valley City.
Read more in Monday's Times-Record.

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