Michigan Golf News |
August 10, 2007 - Vol. 7, No. 32
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THE NATURAL / MARSH RIDGE: CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF GREAT GOLF-JOIN US IN 2007
Season Preview/ Larry Bowden http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/naturalpreview/thenaturalqt.html
Web: Golf Packages http://www.thenaturalgolf.com/rates.php
Video of The Natural Golf Course: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/
TREETOPS RESORT- CELEBRATING THE 20TH YEAR OF THE JONES MASTERPIECE
Web: Golf Packages http://treetops.com/index.php?method=golf&subpage=golfpackages
Aug. 31 - Sept. 1-2 PAR-3 AMATEUR SHOOTOUT
Sept. 23 - 25 PEPSI FALL CHARITY INVITATIONAL
Courses: Ridgeview, Manistee National, Black Forest, Otsego Club, Medalist, Grand Blanc GC
2007 Season Preview Videos
Manistee National- with Doug Bell http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/manisteepreview/index.html
Otsego Club- with Mark Hogan http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/otsegopreview/
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__/ FIRST TEE OF DETROIT NEEDS HELP
__/ SUMMER ISSUE OF THE MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE-NOW ONLINE
__/ WESTERN AMATEUR ROUNDUP-
__/ MICHIGAN GOLF TELEVISION SHOWS=NOW UP ON YOU TUBE
10th Annual Father and Son Tournament in Myrtle Beach with Bill and Brad Shelton
Kentucky and the Ryder Cup with Bill Shelton, Brad Shelton, Susan Bairley and Karen
Ryder Cup Memories- Cathal O'Sullivan, Doug Bell and Mike Biber
Western Amateur History with Tim Cronin
The Osprey Ryder Cup Scholarships with Susan Bairley
2007 Michigan Open with Jennie McCafferty
__/ SCOTT HEBERT AT THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
__/ PELZ SHORT GAME SCHOOL AT THE HOMESTEAD-By Terry Moore
__/ SUNRISE SIDE:Sun is up on the sunny side By Jack Berry
__/ GOLF CHANNEL REPLAYS 1962 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
__/ OLYMPIC CLUB READY FOR U.S. AMATEUR
__/ JHARED HACK WINS 105TH WESTERN AMATEUR
__/ MICHIGAN PGA RESULTS
__/ 2008 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT FULFILLED
__/ MICHIGAN GOLF CALENDAR
__/ ASSOCIATION LINKS
__/ GLSP TELEVISION NETWORK
__/ UPCOMING SHOWS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION
__/ ARCHIVES-MICHIGAN GOLFER-MICHIGAN'S GOLF PORTAL
FIRST TEE OF DETROIT NEEDS HELP
The First Tee of Detroit Board of Directors,
As you all are well aware, The First Tee is dangerously close to having to cease
operations and shut our doors. In an attempt to build community awareness about the
program, Ray Davies and I are working on a major media push.
We are hoping to get some media attention with 4 major topics:
1. The fact that a non-profit, The First Tee of Detroit, is successfully operating the
Belle Isle Practice Center for the City of Detroit.
(hopefully this will help drive traffic to the center)
2. The ways that The First Tee of Detroit programs are impacting the lives of young
3. The fact that The First Tee has been operating out of Rackham G.C. for over 10 years
and with the pending sale of Rackham, our future is in
4. Our financial crisis. We want to let people know that because of the local economy and
losing some major funders, The First Tee of Detroit is
at risk of closing.
Thank you for your assistance.
Lisa Woodcox - Executive Director
The First Tee of Michigan Foundation
10100 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Huntington Woods, MI 48070
NOTE: We are passing on this note from Lisa Woodcox in the hopes that it will find a deep
or modestly deep pocket.
SUMMER ISSUE OF THE MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE-NOW ONLINE
Vol 25. No. 2http://michigangolfer.com/summer07/index.html
In our summer issue, Jack Berry pitches in with his thoughts about Michigan golf in the
summertime and then profiles this year's Michigan Golf Hall of Fame inductees. Kelly
Hill caught up with the Pohlcat's John Brehm, a principal in a number of properties in Mt.
Pleasant, who is also the uncle of MSU star, Ryan Brehm, a friend of the PGA's Dan Pohl
and Doug Labelle. Dave Ruthenberg brings us an interview with Tom Gillis, who recently
picked up 11K at the Buick Open in his battle to regain his PGA card. Art McCafferty
updates us on Michigan's depleted tournament scene and takes another look at the
involvement of Chick Harbert in the design of A-Ga-Ming's Torch course.. The GCSAA has
authored a killer article on "Quick Facts About Golf" and finally Terry Moore
chips in with another chapter in his "Slice of Life" series. Our cover features
Antrim Dells Golf Course. Cheers and good reading.
MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE
Sweet Summertime Michigan-by Jack Berry
Chick Harbert of A-Ga-Ming--by Art McCafferty
Michigan Golf Hall of Fame Class of 2007 by Jack Berry
The Pohlcat PGA Connection: Pohl, LaBelle and Brehm by Kelly Hill
Catching up with Tom Gillis- by Dave Ruthenberg
Where Have All The Tournaments Gone?…Long Time Passing- by Art McCafferty
Ryan Brehm Wins Michigan Amateur-Photo Story
Andy Rutkowskit Wins Michigan Open- Photo Story
Quick Facts About Golf-GCSAA
Slice of Life-by Terry Moore
MGN ON THE ROAD
Benton Harbor-Point O'Woods G. & C.C
Today, when thinking about the Western Am many people also conjure up the course, Point
O'Woods as well. Point O'Woods, first hosted the tournament in 1963 when Tom Weiskopt
won and then again in 1965 when Bob Smith won. In 1971, the club took over hosting the
tournament on a full time basis.
The Western Am has been hosted by many golf courses around the U.S. and many in Michigan.
Those clubs in Michigan who have hosted the tournament include:
1911 Detroit GC
1914 Kent CC
1925 Lochmoor Club
1953 Blythefield CC
1962 Orchard Lake CC
1968 Grosse Isle G & CC
Bill Shelton, host of the Michigan Golfer TV show for the first three years and now living
in North Carolina, was in town for a wedding and some golf. He brought his son, Brad who
had professional golf credentials, but has regained his amateur status since taking a full
time position with the University of Kentucky. They were hot off winning one of the
flights in the Myrtle Beach Father and Son Tournament. Shelton, as you may recall, was
President of Eastern Michigan University for eleven years and then was the Interim
President for East Carolina University for a year and a half.
Matt Miller, the Head Golf Professional and Sam VanDusen, the owner were on hand to chat
about the Coyote Preserve, an Arnold Palmer Signature Course. The last time we were here,
2002, we did a video on the course http://michigangolfer.tv/2002shows/show24/ The
Preserve was in excellent shape, thanks to the work of Superintendent E.J. Martin and his
Tyrone Hills GC
The last time we saw Denis Husse, he was following his son around the Michigan Open.
Denis is an institution at Tyrone Hills and also an individual that gives his time for the
betterment of the golf industry. Tyrone Hills always seems to be busy, most likely
because of the great service the golfers receive.
Ah yes, wonderful Saugatuck, one of Michigan's great destinations and some great golf as
well. There was, however, controversy in Saugatuck. The West Shore GC is in the process
of being reduced by nine holes to accommodate some new condos on the site. Everything
seemed to be going along smoothly, but there now seems to be a hitch in the the project.
Eagle Crest Resort
Work continues on the Marriott at the Eagle Crest Resort as they continue to remodel and
revitalize the resort. Upgrades in computer labs in EMU's Corporate Education Center are
also underway. The third partner in the resort, Eagle Crest GC continues to thrive under
the steady hand of Dave Horstman.
SCOTT HEBERT AT THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Scott Hebert made this year's field at the PGA Championship. Hebert has won six Michigan
Opens (see Jeff Peek's article in the Record-Eagle http://www.record-eagle.com/2006/jun/30
open.htm ) After his first round, Hebert is +9 and is tied for 132nd position.
PELZ SHORT GAME SCHOOL AT THE HOMESTEAD
By Terry Moore
“Joe Hoffman” came to mind the other day. Joe was a golfer in Youngstown, Ohio, (where I
grew up) whom my Dad knew. Quite the character and somewhat of a friendly rogue, Joe was
infamous for cutting down his putter whenever he missed a crucial, money-costing, putt. At
the end of one disappointing golf season, Joe’s blade was so short it was fit only for Tom
Thumb or a jockey. But oddly enough, Joe kept putting about the same if not better than
when his putter was at standard length.
Anyway, Joe Hoffman’s snub-nose putter popped into my head after I attended, along with my
wife and another couple, a mini-Pelz short game clinic at the Homestead Resort in Glen
Arbor. After being around the game for over 45 years, I wondered what, if any, tips I
might pick up. And in fact, I’ve known Dave Pelz for years even before his Mickelson
association. I’ve read his books and articles, and even had Pelz as a headliner years ago
at the West Michigan Golf Show. What more could I possibly learn at a Pelz clinic? Plenty,
as I pleasantly found out. Our able instructor was Stefan Carlsmith, a personable and
knowledgeable teaching professional from California who’s in charge of the Pelz summer
schools at the Homestead. Carlsmith provided an excellent sampling of what the Pelz School
will impart over either a three-day or one-day school.
Carlsmith worked on our chipping, greenside pitching, and putting and our group greatly
benefited from his expertise. I consider myself a sound chipper but Carlsmith showed me
some tips on ball position (off right toe--for a right-hander) and club position (upright
and outside the left hip) that proved worthwhile. These tips especially worked their magic
for my wife who’s struggled at times on her chipping. On short pitches, Carlsmith
emphasized softer hands by slightly releasing the body (torso) through the shot, taking
the “hit” out of the shot. I must confess I had never understood that oft-read advice ‘til
Carlsmith demonstrated it. Again, presto!
Okay, but what does this have to do with Joe Hoffman and his short putter? Well, the last
segment of our group’s mini-clinic was devoted to putting. The Pelz putting philosophy
emphasizes the traditional tenets of eyes over the ball, a straight back and thru stroke,
arms hanging down loosely from the shoulders, and more use of the shoulders in the putting
motion. All items made sense. But as Carlsmith convinced us, this checklist is very hard
to replicate with an ill-fitting putter. And ill-fitting usually means a “too long” putter
for most players. For three of us, he recommended putters in the 30”-32” length range. A
shorter putter allows the arms to hang down nicely and allows the eyes to be centered over
the ball. It’s much easier to have a more dependable “rocking shoulder” motion in one’s
stroke. We all tried shorter putters and the results were impressive.
The Pelz Short Game School in Michigan is available only in Michigan at the beautiful and
full-service Homestead Resort. Upcoming one-day schools will be held on Aug. 16 and Aug
23. Three-day schools are set for Aug.17-19 and Aug. 24-26. For more information, visit ht
tp://www.pelzgolf.com and http://www.thehomesteadresort.com. Tell them Joe Hoffman sent
SUNRISE SIDE:Sun is up on the sunny side
By Jack Berry
With a gloom and doom atmosphere prevailing in Michigan over the economy, the state
budget, gasoline prices and the end of the Harry Potter series it was refreshing to drive
up the Sunrise Side last weekend and along US-23 from Standish to Oscoda to see, one after
another, NO VACANCY signs on the motels.
The relatively new beach at Tawas Point, wide and sandy, had hundreds of sun bathers, kids
in the water and kite surfers. Tourists took pictures of the century-old lighthouse, one
of a string surrounding our Great Lakes shore line that is being preserved as a part of
our heritage on the greatest body of fresh water in the world.
In town there was a street sale with a lot of traffic and a small group playing Jimmy
Buffet’s “Wastin’ Away in Margaritaville.” The state park in town was packed with RVs and
campers and Mooney’s ice cream shop was doing non-stop business with more flavors than
Howard Johnson knew existed.
Another welcome sign of the upswing was the sighting of a bald eagle, high in a white pine
along Lake Huron.
Up in Oscoda the signs still were out for the previous weekend’s windup of the Au Sable
canoe race and at Lakewood Shores, Golf Director Craig Peters said “Whoever thought we’d
be happy to see gasoline at $2.94?”
In the spring there was great concern at courses and resorts around the state over
gasoline prices but judging by traffic I’ve seen this summer on I-96, US-127, US-131,
US-23 and I-75, folks are making do.
“We were very apprehensive going into the season, Peters said, “but we’ve had a lot of
special promotions and packages and we’ve had a good year.” Obviously enjoying it was Ces
Bisset’s troop of women from metropolitan Detroit on their annual northern golf weekend –
men aren’t the only ones with golf weekends.
“They’re a little raucous but they’re a lot of fun,” starter Stu Churchill said, laughing,
as the women, in identical golf shirts headed out on the Gailes course Saturday morning.
While the statewide building boom at resorts has dwindled, Lakewood Shores is adding
capacity and will have 280 beds available at the resort.
And on the way home Sunday, we shunned the freeway in favor of the two laners through corn
and soybean country, through “Cheesetown,’ Pinconning, through Bay City with wonderful big
homes dating back to the days of big lumber barons in the early 1900s, through Vassar
where crowds gathered on the bridge over the Cass River to watch canoe and kayak races.
The state designates M-15 from Bay City south to Clarkston as a Recreational Highway and
it’s a pleasant alternative to the usual bumper-to-bumper on I-75.
GOLF CHANNEL REPLAYS 1962 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
The Golf Channel pulled one out of the vault that featured Grand Rapids, John Barnum and
Chick Harbert. Barnum was also the first professional to use a Ping Putter. They were
both in the hunt during the 1962 PGA Championship that was won by Gary Player. Player
pocketed $13,000 for his efforts. Great stuff.
Michigan Golf Hall of Fame
John Barnum http://michigan-golf-foundation.com/johnbarnumfame.htm
Chick Harbert Known as the longest driver in golf, Harbert was a consistent performer,
winning ten PGA Tour events. After twice being a finalist, Chick broke through to win the
National PGA Championship in 1954 and was named to two U.S. Ryder Cup Teams. He won five
Michigan Open titles (the first as an amateur) and won six Michigan PGA Championships. He
was named to the PGA Hall of Fame in 1968. Elected to the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame in
MICHIGAN GOLF TELEVISION SHOWS NEW ON YOU TUBE*
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size. These are small files and distort when blown up to their full size.
2007 Michigan Open-presented by Lincoln Mercury
Andy Rutkowski took first at this year's presentation. Kevin Helm handles the podium and
Jennie McCafferty interviews Scott Hebert and Grand Traverse Resort's Mike DeAgostino.
Father and Son Tournament-Myrtle Beach
Bill and Brad Shelton have been part of the Father and Son tournament the past five years
and brought back some hardware this year, capturing a first in the Liezke Flight. This is
largest Father and Son Tournament in the U.S. and one of the largest tournaments in the
U.S. overall. Join us as Bill and Brad share their memories of the 10th anniversary of
Ryder Cup Memories- Cathal O'Sullivan, Doug Bell and Mike Biber
At the 2006 Ryder Cup, Mike Biber and Doug Bell were two of almost a hundred people from
the Osprey Management Group, that attended the event. Our show host, Cathal O'Sullivan of
Sullivan Golf & Travel, discusses the Ryder Cup and some of the memories of the event that
the Osprey people brought back.
Kentucky Golf and the Ryder Cup
Brad and William Shelton discuss Kentucky golf as a background for the upcoming Ryder
Cup. In addition, Susan Bairley chats with the V.P. of the Louisville CVB, Karen Williams
about visitors can expect during Ryder Cup week.
Western Amateur Memories with Tim Cronin
Tim Cronin is the main man when it comes to Western Am history, he wrote the book. Cronin
took on the challenge of writing the history to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the
WGA. He continues to add to his research at various stops along the way, as the Western
Am has literally been played around the country in its 106 years. The tournament has had
stops in Chicago, New Orleans and three stops in Michigan, Oakland Hills, Red Run CC and
now Point O'Woods here in Benton Harbor.
Osprey Ryder Cup Scholarships
Susan Bairley is on hand at the 2006 Ryder Cup to interview two golf coaches who received
scholarships from Osprey Recreational Management and attended the event.
OLYMPIC CLUB READY FOR U.S. AMATEUR
There's a new look at one of the nation's oldest and most revered golf venues as the 2007
U.S. Amateur Championship approaches (Aug. 20-26). Since the USGA last held championships
at San Francisco's Olympic Club (2004 U.S. Junior Amateur, 1998 U.S. Open), a significant
amount of brush and trees have been removed, opening up the famed golf course and allowing
golfers an improved view of the varied topography.
Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Certified Golf Course
Superintendent Pat Finlen, director of golf course maintenance operations, has added tee
extensions to four holes on the Lake Course and native grasses to the Ocean Course,
toughening up The Olympic Club
The Olympic Club is the nation's oldest athletic club (est. 1860). Located in southwest
San Francisco, its 45 holes of championship golf on 365 acres of rolling hills between
Lake Merced and the Pacific Ocean have hosted multiple USGA championships, including four
U.S. Opens and two other U.S. Amateurs, plus numerous PGA Tour events. The Olympic Club
will host the U.S. Open again in 2012.
The Lake Course will play at par 70, 6,929 yards for this U.S. Amateur and the Ocean
Course will play at par 70, 6,786 yards. The Olympic Club is a sand-based course with
push-up greens constructed with native sand. It features excellent drainage, a
bentgrass/ryegrass/Poa annua mixture on the tees and fairways, a bluegrass/ryegrass
mixture in the rough and Poa annua greens that measure 11.6 on the stimpmeter.
Taken and edited from a GCSAA release www.gcsaa.org.
MICHIGAN PGA RESULTS
2007 Senior PGA Championship
Dave Kendall 134
Randy Erskine 135
Robert Makoski 135
Bob Ackerman 137
Lynn Janson 139
Carl's Golfland/Nike Golf
Michigan PGA Junior Golf Tour
The Fortress Final Results
Boys 16 - 18
1 Blake English Charlotte, MI 73-70--143 -1
2 Brent Muse Ann Arbor, MI 75-71--146 +2
3 Andrew Walukonis Traverse City, MI 73-74--147 +3
T4 Greg Smith Commerce Twp, MI 75-74--149 +5
T4 Niklas Ahola gladstone mi 73-76--149 +5
6 Justin Bobolts Wixom, MI 71-80--151 +7
7 Tommy Ronk Clarkston, MI 79-73--152 +8
T8 Chet VandenBerg Martin, MI 80-73--153 +9
T8 Tony Casciano Traverse City, MI 75-78--153 +9
T10 Tyler Parkin Alanson, MI 77-77--154 +10
T10 Thomas Fredal Jr Clinton Township, MI 78-76--154 +10
Boys 13 - 15
1 Alex Giarmo Grand Rapids, MI 72-71--143 -1
T2 Kyle Sawyer Grand Ledge, Michigan 72-77--149 +5
T2 Derek Smith Woodhaven 75-74--149 +5
4 Chris Cunningham Milford, MI 77-73--150 +6
5 Patrick Colburn Traverse City, MI 79-73--152 +8
6 Eric Giddings Battle Creek, MI 77-77--154 +10
7 Joseph Szmadzinski Northville, MI 77-80--157 +13
T8 Michael Zausmer West Bloomfield, MI 78-81--159 +15
T8 Carter Marsh Cadillac, MI 83-76--159 +15
10 Davis DeKorte DeWitt, MI 85-76--161 +17
Girls 16 - 18
1 Joan Dulieu Bloomfield Hills, MI 74-73--147 +3
2 Jennifer Cleary East Lansing, MI 90-84--174 +30
3 Katrina Templar Greenville, MI 88-88--176 +32
Girls 13 - 15
1 Devon Compton Rochester, MI 75-76--151 +7
2 Chelsea Guoynes Traverse City, MI 82-74--156 +12
3 Grace Labrecque Battle Creek, MI 90-88--178 +34
4 Michelle Bishop Westland, MI 141-131--272 +128
JHARED HACK WINS 105TH WESTERN AMATEUR
Seventeen-year-old Jhared Hack, 2006 Western Junior champion, claimed the 2007 Western
Amateur championship Monday at Point O’Woods G. & C.C., edging Alex Prugh 1 up in a match
where neither player ever held more than a 1 up lead.
Hack, of Sanford, Fla., follows in the footsteps of 2007 NCAA champion Jamie Lovemark to
become only the second player to win the Western Junior and Western Amateur in
back-to-back years since the Western Golf Association started the national junior
championship in 1914. Lovemark, who withdrew from this year’s Western Amateur after one
round due to injury, won the Western Junior in 2004 and Western Amateur in 2005.
“This whole week’s been a blur,” said Hack, who had to wait until Monday to win the
rain-delayed championship final. “I didn’t have the best expectations coming in this week.
For me to win is awesome. It’s the best feeling I’ve had so far in golf.”
Hack’s wedge play and putting skill counter his lack of distance. In Monday’s final, Hack
closed out the match with three quality approach shots and one timely putt.
On the par 4, 420-yard 16th, Hack dropped a wedge shot eight feet from the hole and
drained the putt for birdie and the ultimate 1 up advantage. On the par 3, 208-yard 17th
he hit a 5-iron to within eight feet but narrowly missed the putt that would have closed
out the match. On the par 4, 421-yard 18th, he hit a pitching wedge to six feet that
sealed the match, as Prugh missed a 12-foot birdie putt that could have forced extra
“My putt at 16 was huge,” said Hack. “It was just a great match … an awesome match. We
both played good, and it went back and forth. This was the best match I had all week. We
only won holes with birdies.”
Taken from a WGA release.
2008 PGA CHAMPIONSHIP VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT FULFILLED
Golf enthusiasts responded in full force when asked to get involved
"behind-the-scenes" at the 2008 PGA Championship at Oakland Hills Country Club.
2008 PGA Championship officials are pleased to announce they have reached their goal of
more than 3,500 volunteers with the Championship still one year away. The PGA of America
and Oakland Hills will host the 90th PGA Championship, the Season's Final Major, on the
famed South Course August 4-10, 2008.
"We are overwhelmed by the response of golf enthusiasts in the state
of Michigan," said Ryan Cannon, Tournament Director for the 2008 PGAChampionship.
"We look forward to working with all of the volunteers who will help make the 90th
PGA Championship one of the best majors to come to Oakland Hills."
For details on the 2008 PGA Championship and to purchase tickets, visit
Taken from a Heather Shimkos George release
2007 MICHIGAN GOLFER CALENDAR
18 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Greystone GC, Romeo
21-22 Michigan Players Tour Canadian Lakes, Stanwood
24-26 MPSGA State Seniors Open Amateur Championship, Hawk Hollow and Eagle Eye,
25 4-Woman “Trifecta” NEW EVENT "War Of The Leagues" Salem Hills GC
25 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Devil's Ridge GC, Metamora
25 MIAGT at Boulder Pointe GC, Oxford
27-28 11th GAM Women's Senior-Grand Traverse Resort - Spruce Run
28 Michigan Players Tour - UAW Black Lake, Onaway
3 Detroit Red Wings Training Camp Charity Golf Outing, Grand Traverse Resort &
4-5 Michigan Players Tour -Shanty Creek, Bellaire
8 MIAGT at Sugarbush GC, Davison
8 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Coyote Preserve GC, Hartland
11 Michigan Players Tour -Lakes of Taylor, Taylor
11-12 PGA Fall Expo, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas
13 Washtenaw Community College Scholarship Fund, Washtenaw CC
Contact: Dennis Doyle 734-995-7281
18-19 Michigan Players Tour -Treetops Village, Gaylord
22 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Eagle Eye GC, Lansing
22 MAIGT at Coyote Preserve GC, Fenton
25 Michigan Players Tour -Forest Dunes, Roscommon
1 GAM Chrysler Club Championship - Men Eagle Eye Golf Club
1- GAM Chrysler Club Championship - Women- Hawk Hollow Golf Course
2-3 Michigan Players Tour -Hawk Hollow Resort, Bath
7 MIAGT at The Orchards GC, Romeo
16-18 17th Annual Indiana Golf Show, Blue Ribbon Pavilion, Indiana State Fairgrounds
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