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Tuesday
May132014

Case Cochran Clinches Nelson Qualifier Playoff With An Ace

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.

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Reader Comments (4)

Gotta love it!
05.13.2014 | Unregistered Commentertlavin
Golf's version of the walk off....awesome!!
05.13.2014 | Unregistered CommenterDTF
The golf gods are smiling. I rest my case
European Tour player, name escapes me at the moment, made a hole-in-one in a similar playoff to get into the U.S. Open.
05.14.2014 | Unregistered CommenterGo Blue

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