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California Bill Lands Golfers in Trouble

California Bill Lands Golfers in Trouble

Bill Allowing Pay to Amateurs Passes California Senate I have always felt a little stuck in the middle when it comes to the amateur collegiate athlete. Contrary to some pockets of popular opinion, they don’t all come from families that are wealthy. In many cases, they attend expensive institutions that are not well-covered by athletic …

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An Apology (of sorts) to Thomas Pieters

Thomas Pieters

From All Those Horrible Americans to Thomas Pieters I have to admit it, we Americans are a handful. Not only are we overly self-expressed at moments in which a little restraint might be a nice idea, but some of us move about the country and the world with an undeserved swagger. Sometimes we mistake a golf …

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de Chambeau – College Drop-out?

Bryson de Chambeau Has No Choice We’re all pretty sure by now that Bryson de Chambeau is one heck of a golfer, at least in the amateur ranks – and that’s where the pros come from. It works for me. It’s also safe to say that the dynamic young man who has, in the last …

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What’s Going On at Furman – No Men’s Golf?

Furman Announced the Mens Golf Discontinued I chanced upon the Furman Athletics website this morning, and found four interesting articles. In the first one, it is reported that “Cole Fires a 69 to Tie for 25th at AutoTrader” – that was cool enough. In the second, I read, “Hopke leads Paladins in Opening day of …

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