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Texas’ Largest Golf Star Bluejack National Showcased During Lavish Media Preview

MONTGOMERY, Texas — Bluejack National, the world-class private club and community, achieved another important milestone toward its late fall 2015 opening as it was showcased during a lavish media preview to rave reviews during Shell Houston Open week. The exclusive event, which included Bluejack executives and Tiger Woods Design team members, along with club members and course executives, showcased the …

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Haney, Cook, Devlin plus four others inducted into Texas Golf Hall of Fame

SAN ANTONIO –Hank Haney and Chuck Cook, two of the greatest teachers in the state, along with Australian Bruce Devlin and four others were inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in a gala celebration at the San Antonio Country Club in October. “This game has been very good to me, especially since I moved to Texas 30 years …

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TGA Announces 2014 Players of the Year

The Texas Golf Association is pleased to announce its 2014 Players of the Year. The honorees are: Stratton Nolen of Austin for the Statewide Player of the Year; Mike Booker of The Woodlands for the Senior Player of the Year, John Dowdall of Fulshear for the South Regional Player of the Year and Clarke Kincaid of Trophy Club for the …

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STPGA takes bragging rights

WESTLAKE—The Southern Texas PGA captured the 34th edition of the Joe Black Cup Matches, 14-10, here at The Vaquero Club thanks to domination of the opening day team matches, assuming a 17-16-1 lead in the series. The STPGA jumped off to a 4 1/2-1 1/2 lead in the four-ball matches and stretched the lead to 8-4 in the foursome matches …

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U.S. Open Sneak Peek – A Venue Unlike Any Other

North Carolina’s Pinehurst No. 2 will host two U.S. Opens this June, showcasing a different kind of setup than is seen in most U.S. Open set up by the USGA. Thanks to a restoration by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, No. 2 has no rough. The design duo went back to the site’s original plans and removed irrigation from the …

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