Brandon Brown did Shelbyville proud with his effort in the U.S. Open Golf Championship.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 2:00 am (Updated: June 19, 2:02 am)
There have been many athletes from Shelby County who have performed on big stages – some have played for major championships in the collegiate ranks – but it is arguable that no one had earned a chance to perform in perhaps the most important event his sport conducts.
But there was Brandon Brown of Shelbyville teeing up his golf ball on Thursday and Friday in the United States Open Golf Championship, the biggest tournament in the sport.
That he was the first to play in this event is a supreme honor. That he earned that opportunity the hard way was exemplary.
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