Apr 27

Country singer Tracy Lawrence helped his team post a 20-under-par 52 Monday to win the 2010 Tracy Lawrence Golf Classic at the Texarkana Golf Ranch. Lawrence’s team members were Clay Weems, Mike Williams and Joe Caverlee.
One shot back in second place were Dennis Suggitt, Doug Suggitt, Melvin Bunch and J.R. Bunch.
The second flight was won by Perry Young, Larry Larrimore, Tom Aldridge and Steve Dillard with a 56. Second place was claimed by Jeff Castle, Jay Castle, Ricky McDonald and Brad Murdock.
In special competition Weems won the long drive contest at No. 8, and C.J. Clem was closest to the pin when his second shot at No. 9 stopped 2 feet, 7 inches from the cup. Turner Anderson converted the longest putt at No. 18 (19 feet, 4 inches).

Apr 24

The Dr. Vereen team of Max Norton, Corey Durham and Ben Sanders won the 3rd annual Toy Bradshaw Benefit Friday, April 23, at the Texarkana Golf Ranch. The closest-to-the-pin contest was won by John Murphy, 5 feet, 9 inches from the cup at No. 2. Scott Kimble won the long drive contest at No. 18.

Apr 21
Golf briefs
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Arkansas Optimist Junior scheduled
The Arkansas District Optimist Junior Golf Championships Qualifying tournament will be held June 6 at The First Tee Golf Course of Little Rock. The tournament is open to boys and girls (10-18), and will be flighted according to age.
Winners in each age division will qualify to attend the Optimist International Junior Golf tournament in July at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The Optimist is one of the largest junior golf events in the nation with over 650 players from around the world.
The registration fee is $45. To register call The First Tee in Little Rock at (501) 562-4653, or call tournament chairman Tom Martfeld (888) 302-8354.

Bedford tops age twice
Julius Bedford shot a 1-under-par 71 Wednesday at Oak Grove Golf Club, following up an even better 70 on Monday, which was four shots under his age.
Bedford’s outstanding scores were witnessed by Jerry Norton, Bill Hubbard and Tom Lott.

Homebuilders results
The team of Lauree Romero, Mike Smith, Sonny Brainerd and Cal Williams won Tuesday’s Homebuilders Association Putter Chunker Golf Scramble with a 12-under-par 60.
One shot back was the team of Rob Hamilton, Jay Strickland, Mike Craven and Brian Stout.

Hooter’s Texarkana Open approaches
The 12th annual Hooter’s Texarkana Open (2-person scramble) will be held May 15-16 at New Haven Golf Club.
The entry fee is $95 per person, which includes greens fee and carts. Flights will be determined after first round play.
For more information contact New Haven Golf Club.

Apr 21

Pleasant Grove’s boys took a simple approach to the final round of the Region II-3A golf tournament—play their game.
The Hawks overcame a 9-stroke deficit by posting a 298 for a two-round team total of 611 to claim the regional championship by one stroke over Prosper Tuesday at Tanglewood Resort.
PG will make its first team appearance in the state meet since 1998. The state tournament will be May 13-14 at Roy Kizer Golf Course.
“It was an emotional day for us,” Pleasant Grove coach Steve Wren said. “Three years ago our girls missed going to state by three strokes, two years ago the boys finished third by one stroke and last year we missed it by two strokes. Finishing third three years in a row was tough.”
The Hawks were in third after Monday’s opening round, but Wren talked to them about not worrying about the other teams and what they were shooting. He challenged them to play their best.
“We’ve been averaging 312, and this is the kind of team that on the final day, when they need to shoot better, they can,” Wren said. “We just took it one shot at a time, and I told them to expect to win because they can win the close ones.”
Sean Romero fired a 5-under-par 67 to finish second in the medalist competition and lead the Hawks. Romero, who had a 72-67—139, qualified for the state meet last year as a medalist.
Trumann Nugent, the only senior for Pleasant Grove, shot 75-74—149 and tied for sixth in the tournament.
“Sean had the hot putter and shot really well,” Wren said. “Trumann is just a solid player and works extremely hard.”
Curt King, who played as a medalist in the district meet last week for PG, tied for 16th at 82-75—157, Logan Byrd tied for 39th at 84-82—166, and Josh Cole scored 84-84—168.
“Curt won a playoff with another kid for the fifth spot on the team,” Wren said. “Logan wasn’t quite on his game but has the ability to pop up with a 75 or 72 on any given day. I have to credit the parents a lot because they get them professional lessons. We also work with pros Jeff Jones and Art Romero.”
All but Sean Romero work with Jones every week, and they also take instruction from Romero on putting and chipping.
“I try to reinforce what the pros work on with the kids,” Wren said. “They have really jelled, the kids have worked hard and they have a lot of confidence. I think we are capable of going down to Austin and shooting 610 and making a run at state.”
North Lamar’s Jay Cox was first in the medalist race with a 68-67—135, and Paris’ Stuart Smallwood was third at 74-72—146. Both qualified for the state meet as medalists.
Prosper scored 304-308—612, and Atlanta was third at 314-311—625.
Atlanta’s Will Cole was 10th overall with a 78-75—153 total, and teammate Matt Roberson tied for 11th at 75-79—154. Hunter Watkins tied  PG’s King for 16th with a 79-78—157 total. Michael Wicks shot 82-79—161 and Austin Greig 91-96—187 for the Rabbs.
Atlanta’s girls finished sixth in the team standing with an 867 total, and Pleasant Grove was eighth at 906.
Cori Griffin led Atlanta with a 9985—184, the seventh-best individual total. Other Atlanta scores included: Jordan Miller, 101-111—212; Katelyn Kerley, 112-118—230; Mallory Maier, 126-115—241; and Kendra McCasland 133-126—259.
Catie Crenshaw was PG’s top score with 106-106—212. Claire Northam shot 109-112—221, Ariel Nixon 113-124—237, Avery Borrell 116-121—237 and Milly Seung 120-123—243.
Kaufman’s Chantry McMahan was medalist with identical 73s and a 146 total. Maty Monzingo of regional champion Byron Nelson (746) was second at 81-76—157.
Prosper’s team qualified with a 783 total, and Ferris’ Carol Galindo qualified as a medalist, her 84-82—166 total good for third overall.

Apr 20

The team of Larry East, John Rea, Manny Avila and David Mitchell won the “A” Flight of the Southwest Arkansas Seniors Idabel 4-man 2-best ball tournament with a score of 131 last week.
Second place went to Jerry Johnson, Billy Hawkins, Paul Notta and Kelly Scott with a 133, and Paul Jones, Larry Stroh, David Roberson and Glen Adams scored 135 for third.
The “B” Flight winners were Bruce Duncan, Orin Gulseth, Bill Mock and Lloyd Carter with a 144. Second was the team of Bob Moose, David Wilsford, Chuck Mullins and Jim Hastings at 145, and third went to William T. Evans, Freddie Sanders, Jim Cauthron, Ray Johnston and Walter Clark at 146.

Apr 18

The First Tee of Greater Texarkana will be the big winner next Saturday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.  at Oak Grove Golf Club.
Formerly the Golf USA Carnival, the name has been changed to the “First Tee Great Outdoor Show,” and the biggest draw should be there’s no admission charge.
“The whole show has changed a little,” said Tom Parsons, proprietor of Golf USA. “It’s not just a golf carnival now. It’s going to be an outdoors show. We’ll have boats, recreational vehicles and motorcycles in addition to our big golf demo day.”
Parsons said food will be available, and a 3-man scramble will be held in conjunction with the event, with all proceeds going to the First Tee of Greater Texarkana.
“It’s different in that we’re not just targeting golfers,” Parsons said. “People relate First Tee with golf which it is. It’s a character building program that is taught through the game of golf. However, we’re trying to reach everybody. Last year we raised approximately $35,000 for First Tee, and we’re expecting another good turnout for this year’s fund raiser.”
One of the more exciting events each year is the “ball drop” where five lucky participants will win $1,000. There will be a $50 fee to play in the 3-man scramble.
Several major golf companies will be represented with Parsons particularly excited about the fact Ping is bringing its Tour van. Callaway’s launch monitor will also be available.

Apr 17


EDITOR’S NOTE: Corrections or additions to the following information should be directed to Louie Avery at 1-800-513-4229 or email: tgazlavery@yahoo.com.

LOCATION: Texarkana, Ark.; PAR: 9 holes, 35: YARDAGE: 2,606; GREENS FEE: $11 (nine holes), $16.50 (18 holes); CARTS: $5.55 (nine holes), $11.10 (18 holes); MANAGER: Chris Coole; PHONE: (870) 773-6154; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Texarkana, Texas; PAR: 18 holes, 35-36-71; YARDAGE: 6,471; GUEST FEE: $40 on weekdays, $40 on weekends; CARTS: $28 (18 holes); PRO: Donovan Solis; PHONE (903) 792-9331; Memberships available.
2010 Tournament Schedule
May 20 MGA scramble
May 22-23 Club Championship (championship flight)
June 17 MGA scramble
June 18-19 Member-Guest
July 1 MGA scramble
July 4 Flag Game
July 19-24 Adam’s Pro Tour
Aug. 19 MGA scramble
Aug. 21-22 Club Championship (Standard tournament)
Sept. 16 MGA scramble
Oct. 21 MGA scramble
Oct. 16-17 Member-Member
Nov. 18 MGA scramble

LOCATION:  Texarkana, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 35-36-71; YARDAGE: 5,872; GREENS FEE: $20 weekdays, $25 weekends and holidays; CARTS: $6 for 9 holes, $12 for 18 holes per person; COURSE MANAGER: Joey Baumann; PHONE: (870) 774-5771; Memberships open; Senior memberships available.
2010 Tournament Schedule
May 15-16 Hooters Texarkana Open

LOCATION: Texarkana, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,588; GUEST FEE: $40 plus tax (must play with member); CARTS: $28 plus tax for 18 holes; PRO: Art Romero; PHONE: (870) 774-9531; Memberships available.
2010 Tournament Schedule
April 22 Rotary
April 23 Patterson Dental
April 24-25 Murphy 4-Ball
April 29 Temple Center
May 6 Susan Komen Tee Up for Cure
May 13 MGA scramble
May 16 WGA Filly
May 20 St. Michaels Foundation
May 22-23 WGA Club Championship
June 4-6 Four States Invitational
June 10 MGA scramble
June 16 WGA Member-Guest
June 17 Ark-La-Tex Junior
June 21 E-Z Mart
July 8 MGA scramble
July 16-18 Legends Invitational
July 21 WGA East Texas Playday
July 27-29 ASGA State Junior Stroke
Aug. 9 Opportunities Inc.
Aug. 12 MGA scramble
Aug. 13-15 Club Championship
Aug. 29 TGA City Championship
Sept. 9 MGA scramble
Sept. 10-12 Senior Club Championship
Sept. 15-16 WGA Twice as Nice
Oct. 4 Chamber of Commerce
Oct. 6 WGA Ark-La-Tex Playday
Oct. 7 MGA scramble
Oct. 9-10 WGA couples
Oct. 15-16 Texas High Classic
Oct. 24-28 Southern Golf Association Senior Ladies
Nov. 3 WGA Senior Club

LOCATION: Texarkana, Texas; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 7,359; GREENS FEE: $28 plus tax (Monday through Thursday), $32 (weekends and holidays); CARTS: $13.75 plus tax for 18 holes: DIRECTOR OF GOLF: Nancy Fuqua; PHONE: (903) 334-7401; Memberships available.
2010 Tournament Schedule
April 20 Texarkana Home Builders scramble
April 23 Toy Bradshaw Benefit scramble
April 26 Tracy Lawrence Golf Classic
April 30 H.E.A.R. 3-Person scramble
May 1 King Arthur Weekend scramble
May 6 Applied Control Technology scramble
May 14 4 States Down Syndrome Society scramble
May 15 Grace Fort Gouldsby Scholarship scramble
May 22 Christ United Methodist scramble
May 24 Red River Federal scramble
June 14 Alzheimer’s Doris K. James Memorial scramble
June 18 American Cancer Society scramble
June 19 Liberty-Eylau Coaches & Alumni scramble
June 25 NFL 2010 Hometown Weekend scramble
July 1 Ark-La-Tex Junior Golf Tour
July 16 Booker T. Washington Alumni scramble
July 30 Pleasant Grove Booster Club Hawkeye Classic
Aug. 3 A.M.P.A. scramble
Sept. 25 Liberty-Eylau Education Foundation scramble
Oct. 21 Texas A&M-Texarakana Campus Grand Opening scramble

LOCATION: Daingerfield, Texas; PAR: 9 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE; 5,527; GREENS FEE: $16.24, weekdays: $27.06 weekends and holidays; CARTS: $16.24 for 18 holes; CLUB MANAGER: Ann Lovelady; PHONE: (903) 645-2976; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Red River Army Depot, New Boston, Texas; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,800; GREENS FEE: $18.50, Monday through Thursday; $23.40, Friday through Sunday and  holidays; CARTS: $11.50 per individual for 18 holes; CLUB MANAGER: Jeff Prieskorn; PHONE: (903)  223-8402; Memberships available. $85 for family, $75 for individuals and $55 for juniors.
2010 Tournament Schedule
April 24 Golf USA Carnival (3-Man scramble)
April 28 West Bowie County Rotary Club
May 1 First Baptist Church
May 5 Region I Education
May 14 Red River Army Depot scramble
May 20 MGA scramble
May 23 Couples scramble/mixed scramble
June 3 4 States AIFA
June 5-6 2 Jacks & Jill
June 5 Bandmasters scramble
June 12 Tyson Foods scramble
June 17 MGA scramble
June 20 Father-Son/Mother-Daughter
June 29 KLFI Beech St. Baptist Church scramble
July 3-5 2-Man/5 Nines
July 8 Ark-La-Tex Juniors
July 15 MGA scramble
Aug. 13-15 Coleman Invitational
Aug. 19 MGA scramble
Aug. 28 City Championships
Sept. 11-12 Club Championships
Sept. 14 Homebuilders Association
Sept. 16 SW Arkansas Seniors
Sept. 26 Couples scramble/Mixed foursomes

LOCATION: Atlanta, Texas; PAR: 9 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 5,500; GREENS FEE: $20 weekdays, $25 weekends and holidays; CARTS: $8 individual 9 holes, $14 for 18 holes; $6 each for 2 riders. $2 discount on green fee for 65-over. CLUB MANAGER: Charles Evans; PHONE: (903) 796-4146; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Clarksville, Texas; PAR: 9 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,129; GREENS FEE: $9 weekdays, $12 weekends and holidays; CARTS: $10 for nine holes, $12 for 18 holes; CLUB CONTACT: Gene Gustin; PHONE: (903) 427-3450; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Mount Pleasant, Texas; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,396; GREENS FEE: $45  (includes cart); DIRECTOR OF GOLF: Mickey Fox; PHONE: (903) 572-0751; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Mount Pleasant, Texas; PAR: 9 holes, 27-27-54; YARDAGE: 1,168 (blue tees); GREENS FEE: $12 all day; CARTS: $8 per person for 18 holes ($4 additional 18); PRO: John Brock; PHONE: (903) 572-1288; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Ashdown, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 37-34-71; YARDAGE: 5,241; GREENS FEE: $20 weekdays ($17 for 9 holes with cart), includes cart, $25 weekends, includes cart; CLUB MANAGER: Mary Lewis; Phone: (870) 898-5649. (Open 7 days a week, weather permitting)

LOCATION: Near Millwood State Park, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,614; GUEST FEE: $24 with member; CARTS: $15 for 18 holes; PHONE: (870) 898-6674; Memberships available.

LOCATION: Nashville, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 35-36-71; YARDAGE: 5,758; GUEST GREENS FEE: $20 plus tax weekdays, $25 plus tax weekends; CARTS: $20 plus tax for 18 holes; CLUB MANAGER: Dennis Sutton; PHONE: (870) 845-9992. Memberships available.
2010 Tournament Schedule
April 24-25 Spring Couples scramble
May 22-23 2-Man scramble
June 12-13 Ray Sain Ladies tournament
July 10-11 Men’s 4-Ball
Aug. 21-22 3-Ladies scramble
Aug. 28-29 Club Championships
Sept. 11-12 Fall Couples scramble

HOPE COUNTRY CLUB (semi-private)
LOCATION: Hope, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 35-36-71; YARDAGE: 5,621; GREENS FEE:  $25 without member; CARTS: $10 per player for 18 holes; MANAGER: Juan Rivera; PHONE: (870) 777-8092.

LOCATION: Winthrope, Ark.; PAR: 9 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,078; GUEST GREENS FEE: $10 weekday, $20 weekends and holidays; CARTS: No carts available; TOURNAMENT CONTACT: Sue Green; PHONE: (870) 381-7971. Memberships available.

LOCATION: Glenwood, Ark.; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,550; GREENS FEE: $34 weekdays (includes 1/2 cart), $43 weekends (includes 1/2 cart); Every fourth round is free; CLUB MANAGER: Sean Carey; PHONE: (870) 356-4422 or 1-800-833-3110.

LOCATION: De Queen, Ark.; PAR: 9 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,400; GREENS FEE: $20 weekdays; $25 weekends; CARTS: $10 for 18 holes; CLUB MANAGER: Terrell Pankey; PHONE: (870) 642-8800.

LOCATION: Broken Bow, Okla. (north of city); PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; GREENS FEE: $35 (includes cart); CLUB PRO: Kurt Adams; PHONE: (580) 494-6456. Memberships available.
2010 Tournament Schedule

IDABEL COUNTRY CLUB (semi-private)
LOCATION: Idabel, Okla.; PAR: 18 holes, 36-36-72; YARDAGE: 6,100; GREENS FEE: $38.50 Monday through Thursday (includes cart), $44 Friday through Sunday and holidays (includes cart); PRO: Ricky Self; PHONE: (580) 286-7545; Memberships available.

Ark-La-Tex Junior Tour
Membershipi $25; Contact Dick Williams (903) 663-6305 or (www.thejuniorgolftour.com).
2010 Tournament Schedule
June 7    Longview Country Club
June 10    Idabel Country Club
June 14    Alpine GC, Longview
June 17    Texarkana Country Club
June 21    Wood Hollow GC, Longview
June 24    Northridge CC, Texarkana
June 28    Hideaway CC, Lindale
July 1    Texarkana Golf Ranch
July 5    Open
July 8    Oak Grove GC, New Boston
July 12    Oak Forest, Longview
July 15    Oak Hurst CC, Bullard
July 19    Paris Country Club
July 22    Gladewater Country Club
July 26    Van Zandt CC, Canton
July 29    Southern Hills CC (formally Shallow Creek)
Aug. 2    Alpine GC, Longview
Aug. 5    Wood Hollow GC, Longview
Aug. 9    Pinecrest CC, Longview (T.O.C.)

2010 Southwest Arkansas Senior Tour
Contact: Larry East, (870) 773-2278 or (903) 277-4623
April 15    Idabel Country Club
May 20    New Haven Golf Club
June 17    Nashville Country Club
July 15    Hope Country Club
Aug. 19    Magnolia Country Club
Sept. 16    Oak Grove Golf Club
Oct. 21    DeGray Golf Course
Nov. 11    Ashdown Southern Fairways

Apr 17
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Vince Carrell scored a rare double-eagle at the par-5 13th hole at Oak Grove Golf Club on Saturday. Carrell holed out from 230 yards using a 3-wood. The shot was witnessed by Nathan Carrell, Jarod Carrell, Ashley Carrell and Renee Carrell.

Apr 17

The team of Danny Gray, Mike Murrah, Steven Murrah and Julian Roemer posted a 15-under-par 57 to win the “Send A Scout to Camp” scramble at Texarkana Country Club.
Howard Glick, Scott Bruner, Mike Craven and Steve Ledwell won a scorecard playoff for second place after shooting 58. Trish Reed, Steve Bledsoe, David Hand and Jeff Prieskorn also shot 58 for third place.
There was a three-way deadlock for first in the second flight at 62. Kelly Mitchell, Stuart Daniels, Joe Yates and Adam Glick won the scorecard playoff. Steven Harvey, Nick Duke, Mitch James and Brad Ledwell were second, while Todd Shores, Jodie Baker, Steve Holloway and Mike Robertson placed third.
The third flight was won by Lee Stanley, Joel Steger, Jay Tidwell and Mark Wilson with a 65. Dennis Huffman, Tom Hunley, Don Morriss and Robert Sanderson also shot 65, but had to settle for second place. Third went to the team of Mike Adcock, John Phillips, Danny Whitt and Eddie Wood with a 66.
Closest-to-the-pin competition was held on all the par-3s. Mike Murrah was 2 feet, 7 inches away at No. 3; Jerry Robertson was 2 feet, 5 inches from the stick at No. 6; Dennis Young prevailed at No. 11, 3 feet, 6 inches from the cup; and David Hand was 9 feet, 5 inches away at No. 13.

Apr 15
PGA schedule
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PGA Tour Schedule-Winners
By The Associated Press
Jan. 7-10 — SBS Championship (Geoff Ogilvy)
Jan. 14-17 — Sony Open in Hawaii (Ryan Palmer)
Jan. 20-24 — Bob Hope Classic (Bill Haas)
Jan. 28-31 — Farmers Insurance Open (Ben Crane)
Feb. 4-7 — Northern Trust Open (Steve Stricker)
Feb. 11-14 — AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Pebble Beach, Calif. (Dustin Johnson)
Feb. 17-21 — WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, Marana, Ariz. (Ian Poulter)
Feb. 18-21 — Mayakoba Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico (Cameron Beckman)
Feb. 25-28 — Waste Management Phoenix Open, Scottsdale, Ariz. (Hunter Mahan)
March 4-7 — Honda Classic, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. (Camilo Villegas)
March 11-14 — WGC-CA Championship, Miami (Ernie Els)
March 11-14 — Puerto Rico Open, Coco Beach, Puerto Rico Derek Lamely)
March 18-21 — Transitions Championship, Palm Harbor, Fla. (Jim Furyk)
March 25-28 — Arnold Palmer Invitational, Orlando, Fla. (Ernie Els)
April 1-4 — Shell Houston Open, Humble, Texas (Anthony Kim)
April 8-11 — The Masters, Augusta, Ga. (Phil Mickelson)
April 15-18 — Verizon Heritage, Hilton Head Island, S.C. (Jim Furyk)
April 22-25 — Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Avondale, La. (Jason Bohn)
April 29-May 2 — Quail Hollow Championship, Charlotte, N.C. (Rory McElroy)
May 6-9 — THE PLAYERS Championship, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (Tim Clark)
May 13-16 — Valero Texas Open, San Antonio
May 20-23 — HP Byron Nelson Championship, Irving, Texas
May 27-30 — Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Fort Worth, Texas
June 3-6 — the Memorial Tournament, Dublin, Ohio
June 10-13 — St. Jude Classic, Memphis, Tenn.
June 17-20 — U.S. Open Championship, Pebble Beach, Calif.
June 24-27 — Travelers Championship, Cromwell, Conn.
July 1-4 — AT&T National, Newtown Square, Pa.
July 8-11 — John Deere Classic, Silvis, Ill.
July 15-18 — The Open Championship, St. Andrews, Scotland
July 15-18 — Reno-Tahoe Open, Reno, Nev.
July 22-25 — RBC Canadian Open, Etobicoke, Ontario
July 29-Aug. 1 — The Greenbrier Classic, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Aug. 5-8 — WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Akron, Ohio
Aug. 5-8 — Turning Stone Resort Championship, Verona, N.Y.
Aug. 12-15 — PGA Championship, Sheboygan, Wis.
Aug. 19-22 — Wyndham Championship, Greensboro, N.C.
Aug. 26-29 — The Barclays, Paramus, N.J.
Sept. 3-6 — Deutsche Bank Championship, Norton, Mass.
Sept. 9-12 — BMW Championship, Lemont, Ill.
Sept. 23-26 — THE TOUR Championship, Atlanta
Sept. 30-Oct. 3 — Viking Classic, Madison, Miss.
Oct. 1-3 — Ryder Cup, Newport, Wales
Oct. 7-10 — McGladrey Classic, St. Simons Island, Ga.
Oct. 14-17 — Frys.com Open, San Martin, Calif.
Oct. 21-24 — Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals Open, Las Vegas
Nov. 11-14 — Children’s Miracle Network Classic, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

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