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Airman, General Hyten on par in golf tourney

Staff Sgt. Cody Boyer, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, brandishes his winning distance mark during the Air Force Space Command longest drive golf tournament at Peterson Air Force, Colorado, June 28, 2016. Boyer won the tournament by hitting a 317-yard drive. (Courtesy photo)

Staff Sgt. Cody Boyer, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, brandishes his winning distance mark during the Air Force Space Command longest drive golf tournament at Peterson Air Force, Colorado, June 28, 2016. Boyer won the tournament by hitting a 317-yard drive. (Courtesy photo)

General John E. Hyten (right), Air Force Space Command commander, presents Staff Sgt. Cody Boyer, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, with the winning award during the AFSPC longest drive golf tournament at Peterson Air Force, Colorado, June 28, 2016. Boyer surpassed Hyten, the heavily favored power-hitter, with his 317-yard drive. (Courtesy photo)

General John E. Hyten (right), Air Force Space Command commander, presents Staff Sgt. Cody Boyer, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, with the winning award during the AFSPC longest drive golf tournament at Peterson Air Force, Colorado, June 28, 2016. Boyer surpassed Hyten, the heavily favored power-hitter, with his 317-yard drive. (Courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Staff Sgt. Cody Boyer, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, brandishes his winning distance mark during the Air Force Space Command longest drive golf tournament at Peterson Air Force, Colorado, June 28, 2016. Boyer won the tournament by hitting a 317-yard drive. (Courtesy photo)
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