Monthly Archives: February 2011

Saltman Won’t Appeal European Tour Ban

(LONDON) Feb. 16, 2011 — European Tour player Elliot Saltman of Scotland won’t appeal a European Tour ruling that he cheated while marking his ball — saying there was little likelihood the people who labeled him a cheat would reverse … Continue reading

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Mutant Form of the Game — But is it Golf?

(SAN JOSE, Calif.) Feb. 16, 2010 — A Silicon Valley executive sees a mutant form of golf — teeing it up in fairways, souped-up equipment, mulligans, free drops from near trees and freedom to toss balls out of bunkers — … Continue reading

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Play Golf with Bill Murray

(St. Augustine, Fla.) Feb 14, 2011 — Bill Murray, recent pro-am winner at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, sponsors and plays in the Murray brothers’ Caddyshack Charity Golf Tournament May 24-25, which Murray first organized back in 2001. More.

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UT May Develop Golf Land

(AUSTIN, Texas) Feb. 14, 2011 — The University of New Mexico Championship Golf Course’s plight isn’t unique: The University of Texas is considering letting the lease on Austin’s Lions Municipal Golf Course lapse and develop the UT-owned land on which … Continue reading

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No Golf for 30 Years and He Aces on First Swing

(THE VILLAGES, Fla.) Feb. 12, 2011 — After laying off golf for 30 years, a Florida man made an hole in one on his very first swing, The Villages Daily Sun reported. More.

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