It's a hole-in-one!

Photo by Cody Ward Marquette’s Robert Pruzin retrieves his golf ball after striking a hole-in-one Tuesday at Long Beach Country Club. The Blazers sophomore connected on the ace from 114 yards, using a pitching wedge on the fifth hole. As rare as the feat is, the sophomore isn’t even the first Marquette golfer to accomplish it. Michael Sakich did the same thing a little over a year ago at Sandy Pines in DeMotte.

Marquette’s Robert Pruzin earned a hole-in-one Tuesday at Long Beach Country Club. The Blazers sophomore connected on the ace from 114 yards, using a pitching wedge on the fifth hole. As rare as the feat is, the sophomore isn’t even the first Marquette golfer to accomplish it. Michael Sakich did the same thing a little over a year ago at Sandy Pines in DeMotte.

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