Franklin Corpening is all smiles after retrieving his eagle from the cup on the sixth hole during the Hogan Pro-Am at the Colonial Country Club in 2013.
Franklin Corpening is all smiles after retrieving his eagle from the cup on the sixth hole during the Hogan Pro-Am at the Colonial Country Club in 2013. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram
Franklin Corpening is all smiles after retrieving his eagle from the cup on the sixth hole during the Hogan Pro-Am at the Colonial Country Club in 2013. Bob Booth Special to the Star-Telegram

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