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Fort Worth has always been a golf town. Its rich history, which includes Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan caddying as teens at Glen Garden, Marvin Leonard and his passion and near obsession for seeing bent grass greens thrive in the Texas heat, to Colonial and the Horrible Horseshoe, Panther City has always been a place where golfers and the golf …

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It’s August, so that means it is time once again for AVIDGOLFER’s Luxury Edition. It is our pleasure to highlight some of the finest things that the world has to offer in 2018. From top-of-the-line vehicles, to the world’s most expensive fountain pen, we have everything that you need to be the essence of luxury among your social circle. Whether …

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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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The PGA Tour schedule has been, for decades, like a giant, un-moving monolith in the sports landscape. It didn’t change. Players and fans could always count on the same run of tournaments every year, plan their travel and TV watching accordingly, and only adjust to different sponsor names. Good or bad, the consistency of the Tour’s yearly tournament schedule made …

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David Pillsbury has officially taken the reins of Dallas based ClubCorp. As of June 1, Pillsbury inherits the largest owner operator of private golf and country clubs in the Country. ClubCorp manages more than 200 golf and country clubs as well as business, sports and alumni clubs across the globe. Located in 26 states, the District of Columbia and two …

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By: James McAfee For the last 50 years, Texas golfers have discovered that making a trip to Lake Tahoe to play the venerable Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course is a great way to beat the heat back home in the summer. The addition of the ultra-deluxe 154-room Edgewood Lodge in June of 2017 along with a new 9th hole has turned …

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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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For years Titleist has been known as the king of the mountain when it comes to golf balls. From the Tour Balata, to the Professional, to the release of the Pro V1 in 2000, it seems Titleist has always been on the forefront of technology. Over the years, other companies have entered the sweepstakes for professional and amateur golfers to …

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Hilton Head, the scenic, golf-heavy island which juts into the Atlantic Ocean and the Calibogue Sound, has been known as the low country for centuries for its ebbing tides and the proximally to the water with very little elevation change. It’s the combination of sun, sandy beaches, fresh seafood, not to mention dozens of high profile golf courses which has …

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The North Texas LPGA and PGA tournaments are in the history books for 2018. The LPGA made their inaugural trip to Old American in The Colony, but rain shortened the tournament from 72 to 36 holes and made it a sloppy walk for patrons and competitors. When the mud had settled, South Korean Sung Hyun Park captured the title by …

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