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In 34 years of golf and life, North Texas native Colt Knost has packed in plenty of both in a remarkable three-plus decade span which is still going strong now in its next chapter as a new media member.  After a stellar high school career in Pilot Point, he arrived to play college golf at SMU and became one of …

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The AT&T Byron Nelson PGA Tour event and the Salesmanship Club ,which has overseen it’s operation for more than five decades, has built the most successful golf fundraising event in the U.S., with more than $110 million raised for its charity through hard work, inspired vision, leadership and knowing where the next big thing might be. With the most recent …

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It’s hard to believe that in the land of triple-figure golf courses and lots of triple-figure heat this time of year, that there might be a course so good it would be worth wearing out your travel GPS to find a desert hidden gem. In fact, it would be a grave golfing error to not play one of the true …

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By: Art Stricklin The British Open, known as the Open Championship in most parts of the civilized golfing world, returns to Northern Ireland this month for the first time in 68 years, showcasing the fabulous Royal Portrush championship layout, the spectacular North Sea scenery and the golfing aura which is embedded in every part of this tiny town. Not since …

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Aaron Wise Q&A 2018 AT&T Byron Nelson Champion The University of Oregon college star made the first AT&T Byron Nelson Championship held at Trinity Forest Golf Club his first PGA Tour title, outlasting a full field of top talented Tour players shooting a record low score of 23-under-par. While he hasn’t won since then, he captured PGA Tour Rookie of …

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By Art Stricklin The Pinehurst Golf Resort has been in place in the rolling and wooded South Carolina Sand Hills, ever since James Walker Tufts came down from the snowy and cold Northeast and decided this tranquil and scenic area would make a fine place for relaxation and recreation in 1895. Then along comes Donald Ross who teamed with Tufts …

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By Art Stricklin For a state roughly the size of noted golf hotbeds England and Scotland, Wisconsin has done a remarkably good job of producing special public golf resorts for its brief, but spectacular golf season, running from late April to October, possibly early November. First came the Whistling Straits Resort, the Herb Kohler owned, four-course property and five-star American …

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Whiskey Ranch is crafting great spirits, while preserving Fort Worth’s rich golf history. By Art Stricklin Leonard Firestone never considered himself a Texas golf history restoration devotee, a golf architect or even a whiskey expert, but thankfully, the 10-year Fort Worth resident has become all three and local avid golfers are the grateful recipients. Because Firestone, a California native and …

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In a simpler, sleepier much more sedate travel lifetime, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and its nearby geographical cousin San Jose del Cabo, was basically known for only two things, deep sea fishing and Tequila plus other alcoholic liquid creations. In fact, back then, one of the most popular souvenirs from your trip here was a T-shirt which proclaimed Cabo as, …

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PGA Tour golfers have often been lumped into the same pro linkster stereotype. Tanned, trim, talented, with the exact same swing and same looking Tour wife as the last dozen pro golfers who strolled through here. Same appearance, same clothes, same success. Like out of the pro golf factory. To that similar narrative, allow us to introduce you to one …

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