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Man Travels to 50 States in 50 Days

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One man is trying to break a world record, hitting 50 states and 50 days. He's doing it to bring awareness to disc golf. Larry Kirk started on August 12th in Alaska, and is now in Montana. He will end on September 30th in South Carolina. Larry even said that one of his favorite courses was in Billings.

Kirk said, "You know when I came through Billings last year I played Diamond X, it was such a thrill." He also said that the best part is seeing old friends he hasn't seen in years. Montana is the 13th state he's traveled to and next he'll be off to is North Dakota.

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