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Peter Jacobsen's plane in crash landing

A chartered plane carrying professional golfer Peter Jacobsen made an emergency landing early Tuesday at Fayetteville Regional Airport.

The plane landed on only the right landing gear at about 1 a.m. when the left landing gear would not extend. No one was hurt.

Jacobsen was en route to Pinehurst, N.C., where he was scheduled to play in a pro-am event. Jacobsen played last week in the Las Vegas Invitational.

Damage to the plane was estimated at $700,000. The left wing tip of the plane scraped the runway as it came to a stop, said assistant fire chief Benny Nichols.

Several commercial flights were canceled as authorities investigated the incident. Flights resumed at 9 a.m.