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Golf Smackdown

Ryan and Coleman were challenged by a group of senior golfers to a 4 on 4 scramble.  To fill out there team, the sports guys recruited news anchor Taylor Hemness and weekend weatherman Brett Colar. 

The average age of Carter Goth, Donald Nunn, Ronnie Lightfoot and Russell Sandifer is 68.  The KLTV guys average age is 26.  But the seniors got to play from the senior tees.  Team KLTV had to the play from the longer blue tees.

The best team after 5 holes would win the challenge.  After tying the first hole, senior team hit 3 straight birdie putts.  Team KLTV couldn't hit any.  The old guys take the youngsters to school.

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