One look at the wives and children walking the fairways at the PGA Professional National Championship this week, their faces beaming with pride, reinforces what everyone already knows: Nothing is more important than family.
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Harris English leads Farmers Open by two as many big names miss cut
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Tiger Woods is gone from Torrey Pines, and Phil Mickelson joined him Friday by missing the cut. 
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Pernice, Goydos and Bryant tied after first round of Allianz C'ship
BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — Tom Pernice Jr. closed with a double bogey for a 6-under 66 and a share of the first-round lead Friday in the Allianz Championship with Paul Goydos and Bart Bryant.
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Perry hangs on to win second PGA Stroke Play title
Perry hangs on to win second PGA Stroke Play title
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Rod Perry hangs on to win PGA Stroke Play title for second time
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10 great reasons for a golf vacation to Ireland
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Christopher A. Stone, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Tanner R. Kelley, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Emily M. Rohdy, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Benjamin K. Farley, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Alexander L. Curnutt, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Thomas E. Rush, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Benjamin S. Layman, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Derek J. Mills, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Eric M. Johnson, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Ryan G. Schmidt, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Taylor P. Pettit, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Dylan M. Hansen, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Ashen Anania, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
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Brandon M. Hoar, PGA
Overshadowed by golf-crazy Scotland, Ireland has its own special appeal and has emerged as one of the game's great golf travel destinations. Impressive big-name courses, short driving distances and quaint, walkable golf villages are a few of the many appealing attributes in Ireland.
6 Feb 2015 - 10:45am - 0 Comments