Monthly Archives: January 2011

Club-Wielding Montana Man Charged

(BUTTE, Mont.) — Jan. 31, 2011. A golf club-wielding man was charged with criminal mischief after allegedly smashing out windows of a house and being chased down by angry fellow partiers, a Montana TV station reported. More.

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Obama, Boehner Likely to Hold Golf Summit

(WASHINGTON) Jan. 29, 2011 — President Barack Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner are likely to hit the links together to discuss the future of America. More.

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Synthetic Putting Green Firm Owner Faces Fraud Charges

(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) Jan. 28, 2011 — Richard B. Wickens, the Rio Rancho owner. Real Turf & Putting Greens, a synthetic putting-green company, faces charges he defrauded Bank of America, KRQE-TV reported. More.

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Hugo Chavez: ‘I’m Not an Enemy of Golf’

(CARACAS, Venezuela) Jan. 28, 2011 — Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez has changed his tune about the game of golf now that Venezuelan golfer Jhonattan Vegas has won the Bob Hope Classic, Bloomberg News reported. More.

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PGA Merchandise Show Heads to China

(BEIJING) Jan. 28, 2011 — The PGA Merchandise Show will open a version of itself in Beijing and Guangzhou, China, the Orlando Sentinel reported. More.

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