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Olympics 2016: Justin Rose Hits First Historic Olympic Hole-In-One as Golf Returns to Games

On Thursday, i.e., on 11th of August 2016, the Great Britain’s Justin Rose has created a history at the Rio Olympics Games 2016. He has became the first Olympic player in the history of Olympics for recording a hole-in-one at the Games of Olympics in the men’s first round of tournament at Gold Course of Olympics. The English man has made a 191 yard tee shoot which delighted the crowd present there. It has been the highlight of the Thursday as the game Gold has returned back to Olympics after the absence of 112 years. You can also check Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony details here.

Justin Rose Hits First Historic Olympic Hole-In-One as Golf Returns to Rio Games

Rose Delighted with First Hit at Rio Olympic Golf Course

Rose has reacted to his delighted shot or the awesome achievement that he has made with joy, raising his arms in the air as Jhonattan Vegas of the Venezuela has congratulated rose. Justin has topped the leader board to the 3 under balance in the 1st round which is one ahead of the teammate Danny Willett of the Team GB.

Earlier on the day, the first golf ball was hit by the lone Brazilian in the field of men. On Monday, the International Gold Federation has selected the Adilson Silva for teeing the first at the Rio Games. The country Brazil was guaranteed with at least one player as the host country da Silva was qualified on his won with the world ranking. Along with the da Silva, the opening other men will be the Canada’s Graham DeLaet and George Lyon. Thus the Brazilian men gets the historic ball rolling at Rio.

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