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SENIOR GOLF STARS SET TO COMPETE IN LEGENDS OF GOLF

Golf fans will have a chance to see some of the PGA Tour Champions’ top stars in action when The Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf returns for the fourth time to Big Cedar Lodge in Ridgedale, Mo. Tom Watson, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Lee Trevino highlight the field set to compete starting Friday at Top of the Rock, the only par-3 course used by the PGA Tour, and Buffalo Ridge Springs Golf Course. Collectively, competitors in the field have an amazing list of accomplishments, including 86 major championships on the PGA Tour; 80 major titles on PGA Tour Champions; and 778 PGA Tour titles and 549 PGA Tour Champions victories. The field includes 16 current World Golf Hall of Fame members, with two set to be inducted later this year (Davis Love III and Ian Woosnam). Regular Champions Tour participants will play 54 holes and determine a champion […]
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Gary Player sent the perfect tweet about not being invited to #SB2K17 with the rest of the boys

We feel you, Mr. Player. Just like the rest of us, reserved to watching the #SB2K17 crew on social media as the crew tears up Baker’s Bay for a second straight year, it appears Gary Player is joining us in disappointment. The nine-time major champion had made it clear that he wanted in for this year’s post-Masters spring break with Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas and Smylie Kaufman. Looks like he didn’t make the cut. Mr. Player had made it pretty clear he wanted to hang with the fellas out at Baker’s Bay, sharing this great tweet last year. There’s no doubt in our mind the 81-year-old could’ve kept up with the boys — no one’s in better shape than Player. Sorry, Gary. You’ll just have to enjoy #SB2K17 as it plays out on Snapchat with the rest of us. Let the FOMO sink in. Article courtesy of GolfDigest.
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PLAYER PROUD OF SCHWARTZEL’S MASTERS EFFORT

Legendary South African golfer Gary Player has heaped praise on countryman Charl Schwartzel for his performance at this year’s Masters. A four-under par final round of 68 saw Schwartzel finish third at the year’s first major at Augusta National, three shots behind Spain’s Sergio Garcia and England’s Justin Rose. Garcia went on to win his first major after beating Rose at the first playoff hole. Player, who is South Africa’s most successful golfer with nine major titles, took to Twitter to congratulate the players. He wrote to Schwartzel in Afrikaans, saying he was “very proud” of his performance. Schwartzel won the Masters in 2011, but had largely gone under the radar this weekend, with much of the focus on American hopefuls Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler. Fowler was only one shot behind leaders Garcia and Rose heading into Sunday’s final round, while Spieth was a shot further back. But the […]
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