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A PGA professional and his children have died in a plane crash. Sean Fredrickson, president of the Pacific Northwest PGA Section, perished on Sunday after two planes collided and crashed into Lake Coeur d’Alene in Idaho, according to the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office. Fredrickson’s wife April Upchurch confirmed to KREM.com that Fredrickson and their children
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There’s something about Pinehurst No. 2 that seems to be suiting Georgia Tech golfers of late. That is just one of the ways to digest for Tyler Strafaci’s victory in the final of the North & South Amateur. The Yellow Jackets who finished his senior season this past spring defeated William Holcomb V, 3 and
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Bryson DeChambeau has been getting more media attention than any other player since the PGA Tour’s return from its coronavirus break. It’s warranted, given how remarkably well he’s played. But life in the spotlight apparently becomes tiresome, too. En route to a five-under-par 67 on Saturday in the Rocket Mortgage Classic that has him three
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Typically, early rounds of the season come with a few high numbers on the scorecard. While a lot of these “blow up” holes are due to a lack of practice, the good news is that minimizing the damage is pretty easy. We spoke with Golf Digest Best Young Teachers Greg DuCharme and Anders Mattson, who
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Cameron Champ was a late addition to the PGA Tour’s Rocket Mortgage Classic field Wednesday night after the tour adjusted its stance on Champ’s negative COVID-19 results. Champ, 25, had to withdraw from last week’s Travelers Championship after testing positive for coronavirus. However, Champ announced on Saturday that he had three negative COVID-19 tests following
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Plenty of courses have notable three-hole stretches that are intrinsically connected to a PGA Tour event. The Bear Trap at PGA National and the Honda Classic, the Snake Pit at Innisbrook and the Valspar Championship, the Green Mile at Quail Hollow Club and the Wells Fargo Championship and, of course, Amen Corner at Augusta National
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