Tee to Green Golf Magazine Nov. 7, 2019 e-newsletter (Vol. 77) TPC LOUISIANA RE-OPENS TO RAVE REVIEWS After a six-month renovation,TPC Louisiana in Avondale is now re-open for play. The course, designed by Pete Dye with help of PGA Tour players Steve Elkington and New Orleans’ own Kelly Gibson, had its first public tee times since re-opening on Nov. 1. The $2 million project focused primarily on re-grassing the entire course.The improvements also included work on bunkers, increasing the size of two greens and adding some mounds to improve the line of sight for tournament spectators. “This has been a long time in the making,” said TPC Louisiana General Manager Luke Farabaugh. “We now have Tif-Eagle greens and Celebration the improvements. “Brandon Reese and the entire TPC Louisiana agronomy staff did an incredible job getting the renovation done on time and under budget,” said Taylor Capouch, who serves at Executive Director of the Kelly Gibson Foundation.“The fairways and greens are immaculate, and the new CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 YANCY’S WORLD-RRECORD WATCH Yancy Methvien (Brookhaven, Miss.) is going for the World Record of golf rounds played in a calendar year, which is currently 878 rounds. As of the end of the day on Wednesday, Nov. 6, Methvien has now played 776 rounds this year and he’s walked all of them. Methvien’s goal is 911 rounds and one the main reasons he is going for the record is to bring awareness to the Veterans Golf Association and more specific the VGA Mississippi. VGA on the web: www.vgagolf.org VGA Mississippi on Facebook: www.facebook.com/VGAMississippi To keep up with Yancy’s world-record watch — www.facebook.com/yancy.methvien Tee to Green Golf Magazine was founded in 1995 by Scott Harrington. Publisher John Price has been with TTG since 2002 and oversees all operations of the publications, which report local golf news from Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf Coast of Alabama. For daily golf news, check out the Tee to Green Golf Magazine Facebook Page. These e-newsletters are distributed every two weeks with the next one being on Nov. 21. John Price can be reached via e-mail at TTGmagazine@yahoo.com. No. 18 Bermuda on the fairways.All pot bunkers have new drainage and all bunkers have been restored to the designer’s original intentions.The project came in just under budget and right on time.” Players that were able to get the first few tee times on the course that holds the only PGA Tour event in the state have been raving about

Hart duo victorious at mixed-team event The Mississippi Golf Association's State Mixed Team Championship was planned to be a two-day event at Cleveland (Miss.) Country Club, but Mother Nature had other ideas. Rain forced the male-female team event to be reduced to one round as Alan and Lou Hart (Meridian) recorded a 10-under-par 62 to win the championship flight by one stroke over Glenn Patrick (Madison) and Lucy Nunn (Hattiesburg). Robert Willis and Brett Adair Kyle (Grenada) were third after a 7-under-par 65. The lone round of this championship took place on Oct. 26. In the second flight, Rickey and Pam Bates (Ripley) carded a one-under-par 71 for the one-shot victory over Mark Koonce (Cleveland) and Susan Morgan (Boyle). Billy and Becky Nowell (Cleveland) were third with an even-par 72. Chris and Aimee Taylor (Cleveland) won the the third flight with a 77. Billy and Gai Davis (Cleveland) were second at 78 and Keith and Collins Phelps (Clarksdale) were third at 78. Web: www.missgolf.org MISSISSIPPI GOLF ASSOCIATION’S WILLIAM EARL 'W.E.' MORGAN CUP MATCHES The Mississippi Golf Association posted a 16-8 victory over the Gulf States PGA team in the William Earl ‘W.E.’ Morgan Cup Matches on Nov. 2-3 at Mississippi State University Golf Course in Starkville. The MGA team won the singles matches by five points (8.5-3.5) and never looked back as is also won the foursome matches, 4-2, and the four-ball matches, 3.5-2.5, en route to the victory. Alan Hart (left) and Lou Hart Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 2

Jacks named GSPGA Professional of the Year The Gulf States PGA awarded its chapter winners for this year with Baton Rouge Country Club Head Professional Bobby Jacks being named Professional of the Year. "I am very honored to be nominated as Golf Professional of the Year," said Jacks, who currently serves as Vice President of the GSGPA Louisiana Chapter. "I have many mentors that have helped me get to where I am today, but more importantly I would like to thank Baton Rouge Country Club for providing me the opportunity six years ago to be their Head Professional.” In recognition of his continued efforts to grow the game of Bobby Jacks golf at the youth level, Greystone Golf and Country Club Director of Golf Chris Burkstaller has been awarded the 2019 Gulf States PGA Youth Player Development Award. This award acknowledges the recipient's passion to promote the game by sharing knowledge and skills with today's youth, benefiting the future of golf in the GSPGA. Matt Williamson (Head Professional at TPC Louisiana in Robbie Gueringer — Head Professional at OakWing Golf Club in Alexandria, La. — was named the recipient of The Patriot Award for the Gulf States Section.This award is presented to a PGA Professional who personifies patriotism through the game of golf and demonstrates unwavering commitment and dedication to the men and women who have valiantly served and protected the United States of America. V.J.Trolio (PGA Teaching Professional at Old Waverly Golf Club in West Point, Miss.) earned his fourth GSPGA Teacher of the Year Award.This award recognizes the recipient's exceptional teaching ability and dedication to teaching the game. Avondale) has been chosen as this year's Horton Smith Award winner, acknowledging his commitment to furthering the education of fellow professionals. Mike Raby (Director of Golf at BREC Golf Facilities in Baton Rouge, La. metro area) has been selected as the Bill Strausbaugh Award winner in recognition of his leadership and valued involvement with the community. Kyle Carpenter — Assistant Professional at The Country Club of Jackson (Miss.)— won Assistant Professional of the CONTINUED ON PAGE 17 Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 3

LGA releases its 2020 schedule The Louisiana Golf Association has released its 2020 Schedule of Events. The season gets started with the Women’s Four-Ball Championship at The Atchafalaya Golf Club at Idlewild (Patterson) on April 18-19. The LGA will put on a total of 11 tournaments and six qualifiers for the U.S. Open (May 4 at Koasati Pines at Coushatta in Kinder), U.S. Junior Amateur and U.S. Girls Junior Amateur (June 16 at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette), U.S. Amateur (July 13 at Links on the Bayou in Alexandria), U.S. Senior Amateur (July 27 at East Ridge Country Club in Shreveport) and U.S. Mid-Amateur (Aug. 4 at Le Triomphe Golf and Country Club in Broussard). The Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship will be at Koasati Pines on May 7-8.The Senior Amateur Championship will be May 7-9 at Koasati Pines. On June 11-14, the 101st Amateur Championship will be played at Bayou Oaks at City Park South Course in New Orleans.The 92nd Women’s Amateur Championship will be June 21-24 at Tchefuncta Country Club in Covington. The boys and girls Junior Amateur Championship will be July 8-10 at Links on the Bayou in Alexandria. Ellendale Country Club (Houma) will play host to the Four-Ball Championship July 18-19.The Mid-Amateur Championship will be at Le Triomphe on Aug. 7-9. The Net Amateur Championship will be Aug. 22-23 at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Denham Springs. The Women’s Senior Amateur Championship is Oct. 8-9 at Southern Trace Country Club in Shreveport and the 2020 tournament schedule will conclude with the Senior Four-Ball Championship on Oct. 10-11 at Southern Trace Country Club. For more information on all the 2020 LGA events, log onto www.lgagolf.org. Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 4

CES gets practice green Christ Episcopal School (Covington, La.) has launched a golf program and has an impressive practice green to implement that program for students in first through 12th grade. The completion of the practice green was a collaboration between the CES Booster Club and the Kelly Gibson Foundation.Also involved in the construction was Jon Schmenk with Aim Point Accuracy, Rob Noel, Gulf Turf Solutions and RCI Landscaping.The golf program at CES will be affiliated with the Rob Noel Golf Academy in nearby Abita Springs, La. Founded in 1984, Christ Episcopal School is an independent, co-educational college preparatory day school for students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.The school, with its 600-plus students, is set on two unique, idyllic campuses in Covington, which is 40 miles north of New Orleans. Bergeron ties DCC course record www.christepiscopalschool.org On Oct. 27 at Diamondhead Country Club’s Pine Course, Jacob Bergeron registered nine birdies as he tied the course record with a 63. Bergeron, who played for LSU and is from Slidell, La., is currently in the second stage of the PGA Tour’s Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying School. Bergeron is one of 10 former LSU players in Q School, which concludes Dec. 12-15 at Orange Country National Golf Course in Winter Garden, Fla. The top 138 players plus ties from the five second-stage sites advance to the final qualifying stage. Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 5

Three locals finish in top 5 at VGA Nationals The Veteran Golfers Association held its National Tournament on Oct. 27-30 at The Greenbrier in Sulphur Springs,West Virginia and the event had a bit of local flavor. Three VGA members (Adam Napier, Kyle Hamer and Mike Matt) participated in the National Tournament and all three finished in the top 5. Napier (Collins, Miss.) finished third in the Wounded Veterans Flight A after rounds of 75 and 84. Napier’s 159 was 13 shots behind the winning score. In the Family Flight C division, Matt (Slidell, La.) was fourth after rounds of 89 and 75.The 164 total was 18 shots behind the flight winner. Hamer (Bossier City, La.) finished fifth in the Veterans B Flight after rounds of 77 and 78 allowed him to finish with a 155, which was seven shots back of the winning score. The VGA, which was founded in 2014, has chapters in Louisiana and Mississippi.Although next year’s local schedules have not been finalized yet,VGA Louisiana is putting on a Meet and Greet Outing on Saturday Nov. 16 at Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans in Gretna.The event is to gain new `members, spread awareness and preview the upcoming 2020 season.The cost for the tourney is $42. For more information on this event, e-mail Cody Nunn at cody.nunn@vgagolf.org. USSSA GOLF CENLA CLASH OakWing Golf Club (Alexandria, La.) played host to the USSSA Golf Cenla Clash on Nov. 3. Cooper Ware (Opelousas, La.) won the boys’ 15-18 division with a 76, which was two shots better than Mark Bertrand III of Cankton, La. In the boys 12-14 division, Charles Valiulis (Shreveport, La.) was victorious after carding an 86. Collier White (Shreveport) was second at 92. The only girls division (15-18) was won by Alexandria’s Mart Bollinger. Up next for USSSA Golf Tour is the Holiday Tournament on Dec. 15 at Gray Plantation in Lake Charles, La. For more information, log onto www.usssagolf.com or contact Area Director Robert Boudreaux (337.278.8431). TRIPLE PLAY! The premier club of Oak Knoll Country Club, established in 1927, is located in Hammond, La. From I-12, go North on Hwy. 3158 Exit From I-55 go East on Hwy. 190 Exit www.oakknollcountryclub.com The Oaks Golf Club, located in Pass Christian, Miss., has earned a slew of accolades. Located just south of I-10 on Exit 24 (Menge Ave.) www.theoaksgolfclub.com Mobile, Ala. is located just west of I-65 and just north of I-10. From either direction, go west on I-65 Exit 1 (Government Blvd./Hwy. 90) and the facility will be on your left. www.heronlakescountryclub.com Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 6

Johnson records back-to-back aces! Jedd Johnson started off his November golf weekend with some excitement as the 56-year-old Denham Springs, La. resident and Greystone Golf and Country Club member managed to ace the third hole at his home club twice in two days this past weekend. Johnson, who has been playing golf for 25 years, recorded the duplicate feats on Saturday, Nov. 2 and Sunday, Nov. 3.The shot were both with an 8-iron and both 147 yards. In fact, the pin was in the same spot for both hole-in-ones, which were the first two of his lifetime.There were some slight differences in the shots though. During the first one, he was playing with Brian Davenport, Ken Ford and James Moak and the shot landed past the hole and spun back in the cup. On the second one, Davenport and Ford were with him along with Gene Termini.That shot hit short and left of the cup and rolled in setting off some excitement at the semi-private club in Denham Springs. "We were more excited for the second one," Johnson said. Jedd Johnson "We made lots of noise when it rolled in on Sunday." The odds of making a hole-in-one are about 12,500 to 1 and those same oddsmakers say the odds of making a hole-in-one on the same hole in consecutive days is 57 million to 1.The last recorded time this happened in the United States was in Oct. 2016 when 80-year-old Rodney Alt of Surprise,Arizona accomplished the extremely rare feat on a 95-yard hole. Jack Delaney recorded the 11th ace of his life on Nov. 4 at Lake Caroline Golf Club in Madison, Miss.The 131-yard shot was with a 9-iron on the fourth hole. On Nov. 1, Scot Johnson aced the 13th at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Denham Springs, La.The 173-yard shot was with a 6-iron while playing with Randy Skates, Billy Hansen, Bob Kennon and Bob Dickerson. Debbie Wolf (Diamondhead, Miss.) recorded an ace on Oct. 28 at DCC’s Pine Course.The 108-yard shot on the sixth hole was with a 7-iron and witnessed by her husband Jim. Charlotte Johnson aced the ninth hole at Canton (Miss.) Country Club on Oct. 29.The shot was during the Jackson Women’s Golf Association’s Interclub tournament. Danny McDill registered a hole-in-one on Oct. 28 at Lake Caroline Golf Club (Madison, Miss.) on the fourth hole.This is Danny’s second ace on this hole in the last six weeks. On Oct. 21, Fritz Roth (Brookfield,Wisc.) had an ace on Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club’s Cardinal Course.The 147-yard shot was on the seventh hole. He used a 7-iron while playing with Robert McClinton. Clark Searle aced the 17th hole at Bayou Oaks at City Park South Course in New Orleans on Oct. 19.The 183-yard shot was with a 6-iron while playing with Kevin Schellhaas. The ace was the first-ever for Searle, who has been playing golf for 20 years. MENTION THIS AD FOR A 20-PERCENT DISCOUNT ON YOUR GOLF ROUND!! ***valid Monday-Friday and on weekends and holidays after 12 pm*** 14279 Hwy. 182  Starkville, MS 662.325.3028 www.golf.msstate.edu Want a $25 Enhanced Listing for your course in the Tee to Green Golf Magazine 2020 Golf Directory? Text ‘GD’ to 504.603.5444 Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 7

Struthers, Thomas win GSPGA tourney Brent Struthers and Blake Thomas won the Gulf States PGA PING/Sterling Cut Glass Pro-Scratch Championship at Audubon Park Golf Club in New Orleans on Nov. 4. The team format involved one professional and one amateur playing six holes of a scramble, six holes of four-ball and six holes of alternate-shot format. Struthers is an amateur and Thomas is a PGA Professional at The University Club in Baton Rouge. The winning duo fired a bogey-free round of 53, which was 9-under-par.They shot a 25 on the front nine and a 28 on the second nine with six birdies on the front and three on the back.The event drew 34 players (17 teams).Team Lee (David and Sam) were second at 55 along with the team of Devin Thomas and John Dupont. Coming in fourth (56) was the duo of Clay Weems and Lana Hodge, who posted a 23 on the front nine with six birdies and an eagle. Closest-to-the-hole winners were pro Allan Martel and amateur Richard Voorhies. The Gulf States PGA Section would like to thank Dean Tennille of PING and Sterling Cut Glass for continued support of this event.The GSPGA also wishes to thank Acme Oyster House and Catering Manager Mark Chapotel for providing the food as well as all the staff at Audubon Park Golf Club including Paul VanGeffen (Head Golf Professional),Allan Martel (Assistant Golf Professional) and Golf Course Superintendent Randy Smith. Brent Struthers (left) and Blake Thomas Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 8

Exercises to increase distance By Lauren McMillin I have never met a golfer that didn't want more distance. In fact, I'd say it's one of the top priorities when golfers work on their swing. Hitting balls on the driving range might seem like a clear solution, but spending too much time on the range increases your chance of an overuse injury — putting too much stress on some muscles, while neglecting others. Adding mobility training to your routine just might be the missing piece. Improving your flexibility increases your range of motion in the golf swing, reduces swing flaws caused by tight muscles, and produces more club head speed. The result? Greater distance. Here are three exercises that will help improve posture, range of motion, and build a stronger foundation for every shot. DYNAMIC COBRA Lie face down, placing your hands under your shoulders. Exhale, squeezing the legs together to activate the lower body. Inhale, lifting the chest off the floor with the elbows bent. Focus on keeping your shoulders down and away from the ears. Exhale to lower to the floor. Repeat 5-7 times. TWISTING TABLE On all fours, place your right hand behind your head, elbow out to the side. Inhale and twist open toward the ceiling. Exhale and tuck your right shoulder under your left shoulder. Repeat 5-7 times on each side. ROTATING EXTENDED SIDE ANGLE Stand with legs in a wide stance.Turn the right toes out, and bend the right knee at 90 degrees. Make sure your knee is tracking in line with the toes. Extend the left leg behind you, rotating the leg and foot internally at 45 degrees. Bring your right forearm to your quad and extend your left arm forward. Inhale, reaching your left arm toward the sky, exhale to rotate your arm and torso toward the floor. Repeat seven times on each side. Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 9 ROTATING EXTENDED SIDE ANGLE Lauren McMillin is a yoga and movement specialist. She is based in Madison, Miss. and her home course is Annandale Golf Club in Madison. She trains golfers from all over the country via Skype, Facetime or in person at workshops, classes, or one-on-one sessions. Phone: 601.519.6169 E-mail: info@lauren.yoga Web: www.lauren.yoga DYNAMIC COBRA TWISTING TABLE

Crawford, Haynie team up to win BREC tourney Marc Crawford and Scott Haynie won the championship flight of the BREC Harry Neese Memorial Championship on Nov. 2 at Historic City Park Golf Course in Baton Rouge, La. The duo shot 5-under-par for the victory, which was two shots better than Rex Cochran and Jack Terry. Coming in third at 2-under-par were the teams of Mitch Evans/Griff Campbell and Frank Schroeder/Mike Johnson. In the first flight, Kurt Bailey and David Hoffman were victorious at 2-under-par. Cornell Christophe and Robb Campbell also shot 2-under-par and came in second place. The one-day event consisted of 27 holes (first nine were a scramble, second nine were best-ball and third nine was a modified alternate-shot format). Want a $25 Enhanced Listing for your course in the Tee to Green Golf Magazine 2020 Golf Directory? Text ‘GD’ to 504.603.5444 Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 10 Marc Crawford (left) and Scott Haynie

Hacker’s Amateur Tour releases 2020 schedule The Hacker’s Amateur Tour, which started in 2000 and has conducted over 200 events on the Gulf Coast, has released its 2020 schedule. The tour, which is run by Peach Waller (Pace, Fla.), will have 11 events to celebrate its 20th year in business. The first stop on the 2020 schedule actually takes place Dec. 14-15 at TimberCreek Golf Club in Spanish Fort, Ala. There is no tournament in January and things pick back up for the tour on Feb. 8-9 with an event at Cotton Creek at Craft Farms in Gulf Shores,Ala. On March 4-5, the Hacker’s Amateur Tour will be at Hidden Creek Golf Club in Navarre, Fla. and on April 4-5, the tour will be at Scenic Hills Country Club in Pensacola, Fla. Stonebrook Golf Club (Pace, Fla.) will be the site for the May 2-3 tournament, while Shell Landing Golf Club (Gautier, Miss.) will play host to the June 13-14 tourney. On July 11-12, the tour will be at Perdido Bay Golf Club in Perdido Key, Florida.The Aug. 8-9 venue for the Hacker’s Amateur Tour is Cypress Bend at Craft Farms in Gulf Shores. The season concludes with stops at The Peninsula in Gulf Shores (Sept. 12-13), Grand Bear Golf Club in Saucier, Miss. (Oct. 3-4) and Rock Creek Golf Club in Daphne, Ala. (Nov. 7-8). The tour is open to male golfers 21 or older with an established handicap of 32 or less. All tournaments are a individual competition and the scoring is a Modified Stableford format. Each tournament is divided into flights with normally 14-25 players in each flight.There is overall tournament money as well as an optional skins game in each flight. For more information, contact Peach Waller by phone or e-mail below or log onto the tour’s website. Phone: 850.221.6110 E-mail: phantomric@aol.com Web: www.hackersgolftour.com Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 11

SCOREBOARD THE SECOND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN COUPLES SCRAMBLE When: Oct. 27; Where: Bay Pointe Resort and Golf Club in Brandon, Miss. WINNERS: Edward Wall, Erin Wall, Margo Coleman and John Akin (60) SECOND PLACE: Toni/Sissy Gomillion and Joe Patterson/Mitzi Moulds (62) THIRD PLACE: Joey/Jennifer Massey and Dempsey/Debbie Wedgeworth (63) FOURTH PLACE: Mark/Meda Lindley and James/Linda Moore (64) SENIOR SERIES EVENT When: Nov. 4; Where: Bay Pointe Resort and Golf Club in Brandon, Miss. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: Kenny Aycock/Buster Long (66, low gross), Mike Pritchard/John Arnold (61, first low net), Rainey Lee/D.L. Upton (63, second low net) FIRST FLIGHT: Jimmy Johneston/Ed McCardle (71, low gross), Clyde Lacey/Henry Norris (65, low net) MISSISSIPPI GOLF ASSOCIATION'S STATE MIXED TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP When: Oct. 26; Where: Cleveland (Miss.) Country Club; Web: www.missgolf.org FLIGHT 1: Alan/Lou Hart (62), Glenn Partrick/Lucy Nunn (63), Robert Willis/Brett Kyle (65) FLIGHT 2: Rickey/Pam Bates (71), Mark Koonce/Susan Morgan (72), Billy/Becky Nowell (72) FLIGHT 3: Chris/Aimee Taylor (77), Billy/Gai Davis (78), Keith/Collins Phelps (78) MONTHLY SCRAMBLE When: Oct. 27; Where: Black Bear Golf Club in Delhi, La. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: Buddy Fister/Fred Hooter/Birl Spicer (60), Billy/Richard/Jimmy Anderson (62), Rob Morrill/Chris Dodd/Kevin Davis (65); FIRST FLIGHT: Brandon Brock/Chris Stephens/Shane Sims (68), Jerry Johnson/Jay Yeldell/Rick Laird (68), Don McNease/Michael Gilbert/Ron Boraten (68) SECOND FLIGHT: Ronald Blazier/Ron Blazier/Tom Greenwood (70), George Carso/Tim Teddleton/William Adcock (71), Robert McCue/Mike Zambie/Dix Johnson (71) U.S. KIDS GOLF GULF COAST FALL TOUR When: Oct. 27; Where: Greystone Golf and Country Club in Denham Springs, La.; Web: www.uskidsgolf.com BOYS 6-AND-UNDER: Samuel Perrodin (40), Carter Fortier (51), Owen East (64) 7: Madden Baughman (44), Matthew Deroy (47), Hamlin Hess (47) 8: Augustin Gros (39), Carter Bourque (44), George Benedetto (56), Brooks Carey (56) 9: James Grimes III (38), Alex Foster (45), Maddox Estilette (49) 10: Gavin McDermott (47), Cullen Ledet (47), Elijah Partin (47) 11: Jackson Lawson (80), Hudson Partin (83), Austin Ray (85) 12: Hunter McDermott (80), Drew Daigle (80), Quinn Luu (89) 13-14: Thomas Oubre (80), Phanu Galloway (83), Marko Radovic (88) GIRLS 7-AND-UNDER WINNER: Isabella Reeves (51); 8-9: Kaitlyn Burnett (45), Scarlett Kirsch (54), Leah Wigginton (54) 10-11: Karstyn Altese (40), Mackenzie Smith (40), Evelynn Artieta (46) 12-14: Sophia Macias (77), Katelyn Foster (79), Vivian Volion (87) SIX-MAN SCRAMBLE When: Nov. 1-3; Where: Old Waverly Golf Club and Mossy Oak Golf Club (both in West Point, Miss.) FLIGHT 1: Team Dahl (52-54-106), Team Patterson (51-56-107), Team Bryan (54-56-110) FLIGHT 2: Team Harris (59-57-116), Team Wilder (59-60-119), Team Chamblee (59-60-119) FLIGHT 3: Team Lawrence (61-57-118), Team Clayton (64-58-122), Team Bohon (60-63-123) ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL FALL SERIES When: Nov. 2-3: Where: Diamondhead (Miss) Country Club BOYS 13-15 CHAMPION: Logan Batiste; BOYS 16-18 CHAMPION: Avery Stansell GIRLS 13-18 CHAMPION: Katelynn Altese Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 12 From left to right: Edward Wall, Erin Wall, Margo Coleman and John Akin

SCOREBOARD COUPLES FLING TOURNAMENT When: Oct. 28-29 Where: Dancing Rabbit Golf Club in Choctaw, Miss. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: Aaron/Debra Norman (63-73-136), Chris/Jennifer Hartlage (67-69-136), Michael/Sarah Blakenship (66-71-137), Richard/Debra Golden (68-69-137) FIRST FLIGHT: Steve/Sandy McMicking (71-66-137), Roger/Kim Nash (70-68-138), Randy/Cindy Woodard (69-73-142) SECOND FLIGHT: Kenny/Mary Rye (74-69-143), Ryan/Melissa Raley (75-72-147), Rick/Jamie Fedrick (76-76-152), Darrell/Lisa Russell (77-75-152) THIRD FLIGHT: Jay/Chris Mason (79-75-154), Ed Osborne/Terri Sellers (78-77-155), Larry and LaDonna Smith (78-79-157), Charlie and Barb Ludy (78-79-157) FOURTH FLIGHT: Joseph and Nancy Sellers (80-77-157), Jack/Lisa Carter (82-78-160), Bruce/Debbie Banta (81-81-162) CLOSEST-TO-THE-HOLE WINNERS: Tommy Wilson (No. 3), Shirley Pettis (No. 4), Georgia Hannon (No. 5), Joe Vatalaro (No. 7) USSSA JUNIOR GOLF'S CENLA CLASH When: Nov. 3; Where: OakWing Golf Club in Alexandria, La. Web: www.usssagolf.com BOYS 15-18: Cooper Ware (76), Mark Bertrand III (78), Collin Duplechain (83), John Landon Nobles (83) 12-14: Charles Valiulis (86), Collier White (92), Ben Blanco (98) GIRLS 15-18 WINNER: Marta Bollinger Your ball will soar in Central Louisiana! David Toms called OakWing “the best golf course in Central Louisiana”. The centerpiece of a major redevelopment project at England Air Force Base, OakWing is one of those hidden jewels that everyone falls in love with theirst time they play it. Located just minutes from Intestate 49, OakWing Golf Club is a must play for those golfers traveling through central Louisiana. For more information on how to play contact the pro‐shop at 318-561-0260 or visit our web site at www.oakwinggolf.com. At England Air Force Base, Alexandria, LA Public Welcome Debra Norman (left) and Aaron Norman won the championship flight of the Couples Fling Tournament at Dancing Rabbit Golf Club in Choctaw, Miss. on Oct. 28-29 Chris and Jennifer Hartlage Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 13

SCOREBOARD BREC'S HARRY NEESE MEMORIAL When: Nov. 2; Where: Historic City Park Golf Course in Baton Rouge, La.; Web: golf.brec.org CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: Marc Crawford/Scott Haynie (5-under-par), Rex Cochran/Jack Terry (3-under-par), Mitch Evans/Griff Campbell (2-under-par), Frank Schroeder/Mike Johnson (2-under-par) FIRST FLIGHT: Kurt Bailey/David Hoffman (2-over-par), Cornell Christophe/Robb Campbell (2-over-par), Brian Didier/Steve Parker (6-over-par), Tre' Simmons/Randy Bennett (6-over-par) MISSISSIPPI GOLF ASSOCIATION'S WILLIAM EARL 'W.E.' MORGAN CUP MATCHES When: Nov. 2-3; Where: MSU Golf Course in Starkville, Miss.; Web: www.missgolf.org FINAL RESULTS: Mississippi Golf Association 16, Gulf States PGA 8 SINGLES (MGA won, 8.5-3.5): Trey Denton (MGA) def. Leigh Brannan (GSPGA), 5 and 4; Joe Deraney (MGA) def. Chelso Barrett (GSPGA), 1 up; Reed Hughes (GSPGA) def. Robert Sanford (MGA), 2 and 1; Joseph Hanko (GSPGA) def. Casey Ham (MGA), 6 and 5; Paul Hunt (MGA) def. Scott Buntin (GSPGA), 2 up; Matt Brunetz (GSPGA) def. Tracy Cockerham (MGA), 5 and 3; Josh Lampley (MGA) def. Blake Hatfield (GSPGA), 4 and 3; Richard Reed (MGA) def. Kyle Carpenter (GSPGA), 7 and 5; Joel Myrick (MGA) def. Quincy Morrison (GSPGA), 5 and 4; Brett Parker (MGA) def. Ryan Wilham (GSPGA), 3 and 2; Mike Dowst (MGA) def. Adam Scott (GSPGA), 5 and 3; Stephen Yelverton (MGA) and Zach Tate (GSPGA) tied their match FOURSOMES (MGA won, 4-2): Myrick/Parker (MGA) def. Hatfield/Carpenter (GSPGA), 1 up; Scott/Barrett (GSPGA) def. Ham/Lampley (MGA), 1 up; Reed/Deraney (MGA) def. Brannan/Hughes (GSPGA), 5 and 4; Denton/Hunt (MGA) def. Brunetz/Hanko (GSPGA), 2 and 1; Wilham/Morrison (GSPGA) def. Yelverton/Dowst (MGA), 2 and 1; Cockerham/Sanford (MGA) def. Buntin/Tate (GSPGA), 6 and 5 FOUR-BALL (MGA won, 3.5-2.5): Deraney/Yelverton (MGA) def. Tate/Buntin (GSPGA), 4 and 3; Barrett/Scott (GSPGA) def. Myrick/Reed (MGA), 4 and 3; Brunetz/Hanko (GSPGA) def. Dowst/Ham (MGA), 5 and 3; Denton/Cockerham (MGA) def. Brannan/Hughes (GSPGA), 4 and 2; Sanford/Hunt (MGA) def. Morrison/Wilham (GSPGA), 3 and 2; Josh Lampley/Brett Parker (MGA) and Kyle Carpenter/Blake Hatfield (GSPGA) tied their match FINN MCCOOL'S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP When: Nov. 3; Where: Lakewood Golf Club in New Orleans Scott Anderson (63), David Zoller (65), David Ashton (67), Bob Maurer (67), Johnny Gallagher (68), Kevin Muggavin (69), Ricardo Guiterez (69), Harry Hawney (70), Jason Berry (70), Chris Owens (70), Ross Van Geffen (71), FINAL POINTS STANDINGS: Chris Owens (216), Mark Jackson (207), Scott Anderson (201), Eric Rodriguez (159), Kevin Ibos (152), Adrian Simpson (150), Johnny Gallagher (134), Jason Berry (131), Ricardo Guiterrez (129) GULF STATES PGA'S PING/STERLING CUT GLASS PRO-SCRATCH CHAMPIONSHIP When: Nov. 4; Where: The Golf Club at Audubon Park in New Orleans; Web: www.gspga.com Blake Thomas/Brent Struthers (53), David Lee/Sam Lee (55), Devin Thomas/John Dupont (55), Clay Weems/Lana Hodge (56), Gavin Vegas/Scott Gottsche (57), Allan Martel/John Boothby (57), Robbie Gueringer/Grady Brame (57) JACKSON WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION When: Oct. 29; Where: Canton (Miss.) Country Club FIRST FLIGHT: Shelia Haynes (low gross), Nancy Cline (low net), Sissy Kern (low putts) SECOND FLIGHT: Sherry Lohrer (low gross), Ann Villeret (low net), Sharon Simpson (low putts) THIRD FLIGHT: Janelle Belton (low gross), Gwen Bussa (low net), Karen Gibbs (low putts) FOURTH FLIGHT: Beverly Harvey (low gross), Laurie Dinkins (low net), Stacy Hart (low putts) NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION OF LOUISIANA’S 24th ANNUAL LAFAYETTE LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE INVITATIONAL WINNING TEAM: Brent Castille, Justin W. Roberts, Chris Cain and Jerry S. Allen (58) LAKEWOOD LEGENDS When: Nov. 4; Where: Lakewood Golf Club in New Orleans NICKLAUS FLIGHT: Jim Webb (74, low gross), Al Fandrich (63, low net), David Lagarde (68, second low net) WATSON FLIGHT: Steve Braud (65, low net), Richard Francis (67, second low net) PLAYER FLIGHT: Nolan Marshall (65, low net), Lincoln Cornish (65, second low net) Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 14

Paul Maholm and Todd Metz won the Canebrake Country Club Member-Guest Tournament recently in Hattiesburg, Miss. Tyler Daniels (Head Professional at Northwood Country Club in Meridian, Miss.) poses with USGA Amateur Champion Andy Ogletree on Nov. 2 at NCC. At right is the coveted Havemeyer Trophy. Billy McWilliams (left), Mike Easterwood (center) and David Rosenbaum pose for a picture after Easterwood won the Briarwood Golf Club Championship in Meridian, Miss. Easterwood shot rounds of 73 and 76. Rosenbaum was second after rounds of 76 and 78. McWilliams (77-79) was third. Want a $25 Enhanced Listing for your course in the Tee to Green Golf Magazine 2020 Golf Directory? Text ‘GD’ to 504.603.5444 ELLENDALE COUNTRY CLUB Address: 3319 Hwy. 311 (Houma, La.) Phone: 985.872.9924; Status: Private Website: www.ellendalecountryclub.net Directions: From Hwy. 90, take Hwy. 311 Exit towards Houma and the entrance to the facility will be four miles on our left. Notes: Great deals going on now for Junior Executive and Non-Resident Memberships (see website for details) Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 15

CONTINUED from PAGE 1 mounding will serve well for the spectators during the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. I’d also like to give a shoutout to Luke, Head Professional Matt Williamson and their staffs at TPC Louisiana.” This year’s PGA Tour’s Zurich Classic of New Orleans will be held April 23-26.The course is located 15 miles from downtown New Orleans, which is one of only seven cities in the world to have a PGA Tour annual event as well as an NFL and NBA franchise. When the facility opened in 2004, Golf Digest named it the fourth-best upscale public course in the country. TPC Louisiana continues to land on national magazine’s best-in-state lists as well. John Ditch, who lives about an hour southwest of the course in Houma, got to play TPC Louisiana on re-opening weekend. “The course looks phenomenal! The wildlife was out in full force,” Ditch said.“TPC Louisiana is top notch and I see no reason why it should not stay among the top courses in the state.” Capouch echoced those statements. “Everybody has a favorite golf course in Louisiana, and rankings are opinions based on many factors,” Capouch said.“That being said,TPC Louisiana should always be considered one of the best in the state of Louisiana.” TPC is part of the 18-facility Audubon Golf Trail and there are discounts for Louisiana residents.The course features over 100 bunkers, including several large waste bunkers on the first six holes of the back nine.There are also a series of short and compelling par-4 holes.The five sets of tees (ranging from a 5,121 yards from the women’s tees all the way back to the 7,400 PGA Tour tees) offers golfers of all skill levels a great blend of challenge and playability.The signature hole is the par-5, 18th hole.Water is in play for the entire right side of the hole, making for a challenging finish for even the most seasoned golfer. TPC Louisiana is open to the public and has a variety of annual-pass packages. For more information or to book your tee time, call 504.436.8721 or log onto www.tpc.com/louisiana. Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 16

CONTINUED from PAGE 3 Year. He has displayed exemplary leadership as he wins his first GSPGA award.The Merchandisers of the Year are selected based on their skills in the promotion of golf including merchandising ability and technique, inventory levels and turn rate, shop display and attention to detail.Adam Scott (Head Professional at Mississippi State University Golf Course in Starkville, Miss.) has been named Merchandiser of the Year in the Public category.This marks Scott's first Section award. In the Private category (Director of Golf Jason Prendergast at The Country Club of Jackson) has earned the distinction of Merchandiser of the Year, an award he has previously received in 2009, 2014 and 2018. Head Professional Sean Racki (Dancing Rabbit Golf Club in Philadelphia, Miss.) has earned his sixth award from the Gulf States PGA. He was Merchandiser of the Year in the Resort category in 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011 and 2015. Scott also was named this year’s GSPGA Player Development Award winner. This award honors his extraordinary and exemplary contributions and achievements in the area of player development. In the Louisiana Chapter Awards, Jim Justus (Head Professional at Bayou DeSiard Country Club in Monroe) was named Professional of the Year. “I am honored and humbled to be selected as Gulf States Louisiana Chapter Golf Professional of the Year," said Justus, who will be retiring at the end of this year. "My thanks to the PGA of America and the Gulf States Section PGA for the education and to the dedication of each PGA member." Louisiana Assistant Professional of the Year has been awarded to Greg Sonnier of Lake Charles Country Club. Olly Thomson (Head Professional at Deerfield Golf Club in Canton, Miss.) has been awarded the Mississippi Chapter's Golf Professional of the Year for the second year in a row. "Since moving my family here to Mississippi nearly 15 years ago, the golf professionals and good people of Mississippi have welcomed us with open arms," said Thomson. "It's been my pleasure to serve as the Mississippi Chapter President for the last couple of years and to be recognized as the 2019 Mississippi Chapter Golf Professional of the Year is very special." Carpenter also picked up the Mississippi Chapter Assistant of the Year Award. Two special Chapter awards are set aside to honor individuals that tirelessly and unselfishly work to support the game of golf. The Louisiana Chapter has chosen Grant Larson (Sales Representative for Callaway Golf) as the recipient of the Barbato-Thomas Award, which is named after Mike Barbato and Henry Thomas. Both played a major role in the birth and development of the Gulf States Section.The award is presented to individuals in recognition of those who have unselfishly served and supported the game of golf and the PGA Professionals. "It's an honor to be awarded the Barbato-Thomas Award and I'd like to thank Robert Brown,Andrew Lewis, Morgan Williamson and the entire PGA Gulf States Section committee for their leadership and support,” Larson said. "In my second year as the Callaway Sales Representative for the Gulf States Section, it's been a privilege to work alongside such great and UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS DEC. 15: Holiday at Gray Plantation Golf Club (Lake Charles, La.) JAN. 12: Hub City Classic at The Wetlands (Lafayette, La.) FEB. 9: Mardi Gras Mambo at Links on the Bayou (Alexandria, La.) Area Director: Robert Boudreaux Email: robert.boudreaux@usssa.com  Phone: 337.278.8431 Website: www.usssagolf.com Tee To Green Golf Newsletter Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 17 talented professionals who share the same commitment to excellence and growing the game. I would also like to thank my wife (Michelle Larson with E-Z-GO) and we both look forward to our continued partnership with the Gulf States PGA Section and all the PGA Professionals who represent it as well." The Mississippi Chapter's Carpenter-Lindsay Award — named for James Ray Carpenter and Ken Lindsay — went to Margo Coleman, who is the Executive Director of The First Tee of Central Mississippi. Lindsay hired Coleman for her first job in the golf industry. Carpenter and Lindsay both served as PGA of America Presidents and gave so much to the GSPGA. "Joining the long list of recipients is an honor, because these ladies and gentleman have done so much for the game of golf and their support of our PGA Professionals," Coleman said. "I have made many wonderful friends through the game of golf and it is because of all of the PGA Professionals, who have influenced my life and career. I am thankful for the opportunities to serve the game we all love. Mr. Carpenter and Mr. Lindsay have been mentors of mine and winning the Carpenter-Lindsay Award means the world to me." This year's honorees will be celebrated at the Gulf States PGA Special Awards Ceremony on Dec. 8 at The Country Club of Louisiana in Baton Rouge.The Gulf States PGA Awards Committee consists of past award winners. The Gulf States Section, a Professional Golfers' Association of America, is an association of golf professionals whose mission is to promote interest, participation and enjoyment in the game of golf.The GSPGA also establishes and maintains professional standards of practice and enhances the well being of golf professionals.

NOVEMBER CALENDAR 9: The 7th Annual Band of Brothers Tournament at Abita Springs (La.) Golf Club, 4-person scramble, abitas@att.net 9: Junior Drop-in Clinic at Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club Driving Range, starts at 1:30 pm, $10 per class 9: Saturday Tailgate Scramble at The Pines at North Park in Denham Springs, La., 7:30 am, $20, 225.523.4947 9: Ladies 9-hole scramble at Farm d'Allie Golf Club in Carencro, La., 10 am 9: Fall Scramble at River Birch Golf Club in Amory, Miss., 4-person team, 9 am start, $65 per player, 931.761.8124 9-10: Two-Person Scramble at The Bluffs Golf and Sports Resort in St. Francisville, La., $400 per team, 225.634.6400 9-10: Lafayette (La.) City Championship at The Wetlands GC in Lafayette and Les Vieux Chenes GC in Youngsville, La. 9-10: Miss. Golf Association's John Bryan Cup Team Club Championship at Old Waverly in West Point, Miss., www.missgolf.org 10: The First Annual VFW Post 3750 Veterans Day Classic at Grand Ridge GC in Luling, La., 4-person scramble, $100 per person 10: Thomas Lee Bales Memorial Fund Tournament at West Point (Miss.) CC, 8am and 1:30 pm flights, $300 per team 11: Veteran's Day Flag Tournament at Windance Country Club in Gulfport, Miss., 228.832.4871 11: Pro-Am at Mossy Oak Golf Club in West Point, Miss., 662.524.1000 12: Ladies Fall Fiesta at Bay Pointe Resort and GC in Brandon, Miss., 9 am, $65 per person, 2-person teams, 601.829.1862 12: Patriot Golf Day at Grand Bear Golf Club in Saucier, Miss., 9 am, 4-person scramble, $125 per person, 228.265.9363 13: Women's Clinic at Bayou Oaks at City Park in New Orleans, all skill levels, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm, $30, 504.483.9410 14: Passholder Member/Guest 9-hole Scramble and Social at Quail Hollow GC at Percy Quin State Park in McComb, Miss. 15: Swing Hard for Soldiers at Tchefuncta CC in Covington, La., www.kellygibsonfoundation.org 15: First Annual JCP Memorial Tournament benefitting Emmy Bostick at Frenchman's Bend Country Club in Monroe, La., 11 am start, $100 per team, two-person scramble, 318.355.0357 or markwhite.lawfirm@gmail.com 15-17: Island View Coast Open at Windance Country Club in Gulfport, Miss., 36-hole stroke play, www.missgolf.org 16: Veterans Golf Association Meet and Greet and Tournament Outing at Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans, $42 shotgun start at 10 am, low gross and low net winners only, cody.nunn@vgagolf.org 16: Junior Drop-in Clinic at Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club Driving Range, starts at 1:30 pm, $10 per class 16: The Governor's Cup (Louisiana vs. Mississippi) at Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club 16: Club Championship at Farm d'Allie Golf Club in Carencro, La. 16: Saturday Tailgate Scramble at The Pines at North Park in Denham Springs, La., 7:30 am, $20, 225.523.4947 16-17: Scenic Rivers Championship at Quail Hollow Golf Club in McComb, Miss., 601.684.2903 17: U.S. Kids Golf Gulf Coast Fall Tour at The Bluffs Golf and Sports Resort in St. Francisville, La., www.uskidsgolf.com 18: Hooters Charity Golf Tournament at Bayou Oaks at City Park South Course in New Orleans, noon, www.cityparkgolf.com 18: Gulf States PGA Antigua/Haas-Jordan/CGC Pro-Pro Championship at Greystone G&CC in Denham Springs, La. 18: Lakewood Legends at Lakewood Golf Club in New Orleans, 8 am, ages 55 and older, flighted, 504.373.5926 20: Women's Clinic at Bayou Oaks at City Park in New Orleans, all skill levels, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm, $30, 504.483.9410 21: Senior Scramble at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Denham Springs, La. 23: Junior Drop-in Clinic at Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club Driving Range, starts at 1:30 pm, $10 per class 23: Saturday Tailgate Scramble at The Pines at North Park in Denham Springs, La., 7:30 am, $20, 225.523.4947 23-24: Sunkist Four Ball at Sunkist Country Club in Biloxi, Miss., noon shotgun Saturday, 10 am shotgun on Sunday 24: Little Gators Free Clinic at Bay Pointe Resort and Golf Club in Brandon, Miss., ages 5-8, 3 pm to 4 pm, no experience necessary and open to members and guests, 601.829.1862 24: Two-person Scramble at Black Bear GC in Delhi, La., 8 am and 1 pm flights, $60 per person, 318.878.2162 24: U.S. Kids Golf Gulf Coast Fall Tour Championship at Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club, www.uskidsgolf.com 30: Junior Drop-in Clinic at Diamondhead (Miss.) Country Club Driving Range, starts at 1:30 pm, $10 per class 30: Saturday Tailgate Scramble at The Pines at North Park in Denham Springs, La., 7:30 am, $20, 225.523.4947 Promote your golf events for free in these e-nnewsletters as well as our Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/TTGgolfmagazine) Send info to TTGmagazine@yahoo.com Tee To Green Golf Newsletter  Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 18

DECEMBER CALENDAR 1: Santa Scramble at Bayou Oaks at City Park South Course in New Orleans, 9 am shotgun start, two-person scramble, $45 for members ($75 for non-members), will@bayoudistrictfoundation.com 2: Lakewood Legends at Lakewood Golf Club in New Orleans, 8 am, ages 55 and older, flighted, 504.373.5926 5: Acadiana Pro-Am at Sugar Oaks Golf Course in New Iberia, La. 7: BREC's Holiday Scramble at Dumas Memorial GC in Baker, La., 3-player scramble, $45 per person, golf.brec.org 7: Woody's Revenge Tournament at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Denham Springs, La. 9: Gulf States PGA's Oliver Counce Six-Pro Championship at Baton Rouge (La.) Country Club, www.gspga.com 14: God's Haven Tournament at Bay Pointe Resort and GC in Brandon, Miss., 10 am start, 2-person scramble, 601.951.3637 14: Holiday Four Ball at Windance Country Club in Gulfport, Miss., 228.832.4871 14: Hacker's Amateur Tour Player of the Year Banquet at TimberCreek Golf Club, www.hackersgolftour.com 14-15: Hacker's Amateur Tour at TimberCreek Golf Club in Spanish Fort, Ala., www.hackersgolftour.com 15: USSSA Junior Golf's Holiday at Gray at Gray Plantation Golf Club in Lake Charles, La., $65 for 18 hole divisions and $50 for 9-hole divisions, deadline to enter is Dec. 13, www.usssagolf.com 16: Lakewood Legends two-person scramble at Lakewood Golf Club in New Orleans, 8 am, ages 55 and older 19: Senior Scramble at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Denham Springs, La. 27-28: Allstate Sugar Bowl Tommy Moore Memorial Jr. Championship at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, www.kellygibsonfoundation.org 29: Monthly Scramble at Black Bear GC in Delhi, La., 2-person teams, 8 am and 1 pm flights, $60 per person, 318.878.2162 Tee to Green Golf Magazine The year 2020 marks Tee to Green Golf Magazine’s 25th year in business. As the premier golf publication on the Gulf Coast, we cover all things golf in Louisiana and Mississippi. Our focus is a strategic combination of our printed publications, e-newsletters and Facebook. Being locally owned and operated, we can curtail an advertising package that fits any budget. Contact Publisher John Price (TTGmagazine@yahoo.com or 985.855.5555) to partner with Tee to Green Golf Magazine and get your message out to the 15,000 golfers in our two-state area. “Tee to Green Magazine has always been a great medium to promote the golf courses in our area, keep up with the hot local golfers and top tournament results. The magazine is enjoyed by our local golfers and guests who come here from all over the country. We enjoy our great relationship with John Price and his staff and appreciate the fine work they do!” — Mark Powell, Director of Golf at Dancing Rabbit Golf Club (Choctaw, Miss.) Tee To Green Golf Newsletter  Vol. 77 (11/7/19)  Page 19

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