Neat story from Alex Myers on Adams Tour player Case Cochran qualifying for this week's HP Byron Nelson today with a day-after, fifth-hole-of-sudden-death-hole-in-one.
The item from Myers.
Cochran, 25, is the son of Russ Cochran, the 1991 Western Open winner on the PGA Tour and a five-time winner on the Champions Tour. Case, a two-time Kentucky state champion in high school, redshirted at Texas A&M when the Aggies claimed the 2009 NCAA men's championship. He played in 20 events during his four years, posting a 74 average in four events as a senior in 2013. But in the year since as a pro, his scores have gotten much better.