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His hole-in-one on the 17th hole at Langdon Farms Golf Club wins a $10,000 prize

COURTESY PHOTO - Lake Oswego baseball coach Jake Anders (left) and football coach Steve Coury (right) flank Mike Warmanen after Warmanen's hole-in-one at Sunday's Laker Open won him $10,000.The annual Laker Open benefiting Lake Oswego High School's football and baseball programs ended in a big way.

Especially for Mike Warmanen.

Warmanen, playing in the Laker Open at Langdon Farms Golf Club on Sunday, Aug. 11, stepped up to make a hole-in-one, and in the process, walked away with $10,000.

Warmanen ripped a hybrid into Langdon Farms' 215-yard, par-3 17th hole and dropped it into the hole for what turned out to be a very lucrative ace.

"That was a lot of fun, being able to watch that happen," Warmanen said. "Two bounces and it rolled right in."

Smart Move Property Management served as sponsor for all four of the par-3 holes at Langdon Farms, though the 17th hole was especially enticing with its $10,000 prize.

"On behalf of the Lake Oswego football and baseball programs, we want to send a big 'Thank you' to all who participated in making the annual Laker Open a great event this year," added Smart Move Property Management owner Bridgett Francis.

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