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Ezekiel Elliott has been an athletic stud since he was a tyke. On the field, court and track he has been dominant. As a three sport standout at John Burroughs School in Missouri, he piled up rushing yards on the football field, was an ankle breaking small forward on the basketball court, and was a superstar on the track, winning …

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You can hammer it with hurricanes and close it with COVID, even change owners, but no matter what traveling hurdles you put in front of the spectacular oceanside Hammock Beach Resort it keeps improving and wowing golfing visitors to the East Coast of Florida. Now with industry leader Troon Golf, which arrived earlier this year before the worldwide Pandemic shut …

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Marty Leonard has filled plenty of roles in her decades of service to Texas golf. The daughter of Colonial Country Club founder Marvin Leonard, she has served as a longtime committee member at Colonial, spent 18 years on the USGA Women’s Golf Committee, played and long promoted the game, but the one she enjoys the most is as the keeper …

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Uneven and unloved could be the title of a country music song, but it just as well could be the title for some Greg Norman-designed golf courses built in the U.S. over the last several years. But with the debut of his new Rancho San Lucas course, which opened last February in this golf-heavy region, Norman could author a new …

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Truth be told, I have always had an affinity for what I like to call television golf courses. The golf courses that you have the ability to play that you also get to see on television if you are a person who enjoys watching the PGA Tour. There is a possibility that I have always placed a higher value on …

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Neither golf architect Gil Hanse or PGA of America COO Darrell Crall has any formal training in drama. Crall got plenty of traditional education at Duke University with a degree in history while Hanse has a masters of landscape architecture degree from Cornell University. But together, along with more than 200 daily workers at the new PGA Frisco golf complex …

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Corey Kluber has always been a pro’s pro. Through nine seasons, 98 wins, and a pair of Cy Young Awards, he was a cornerstone for the Cleveland Indians franchise.  The Birmingham, Alabama native played his high school ball right here in DFW at Coppell High School. While there, he was a two-time all-district selection and in 2002, helped lead the …

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The COVID-19 Worldwide Pandemic has changed life for golfers and just about everybody else in the world over the last six months.  From no live sports and fanless golf tournaments to out of work members to prolonged at home executives and on-line schooling for kids, everything which can been disrupted in the golf world has been and is likely to …

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On a soggy afternoon at Mira Vista Country Club in Fort Worth, Angela Stanford gets ready for another day of her golf career. After 20-years playing as a professional, she still loves it just as much as she did her first day on tour.   Stanford was always an athlete growing up. Volleyball and basketball were a couple of her …

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To build a new resort, where one doesn’t exist for hundreds of miles and most don’t think ever will, as Mike Keiser found out, first you have to be called crazy, delusional and a soon-to-be epic golf failure. And that’s just for starters. But thankful for golfers worldwide, Keiser and then-unknown Scottish golf architect David McLay Kidd persisted, and the …

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