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Ryan Greer had one runner-up finish in a Tennessee Golf Association event on his playing resume. He now has a win.

Tim Jackson called it before the order had been placed.

Steve Cobble was 23 years old when a friend told him he ought to play Ultimate Frisbee. When he checked it out, a guy named Shawn Adams got his phone number and kept calling to encourage him to play.

Golf used to be a secondary sport for Jason Holwerda.

The Honors Course is not Tim Jackson's home golf course.

After knocking on the door for several years and finally breaking through in 2013, Andy Morgan decided he was staying — and not letting anyone else in.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The ending arrived early.

Jerry Fitzgerald loved softball.

Bill Butler celebrated his first hole-in-one on Aug. 2 at Council Fire. It was on No. 14, playing 155 yards, and he used a 6-iron with Charlie Mason, Scott Johnson and Bill Harris as witnesses.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Keith Mitchell still surprises his dad, although Jerry Mitchell has seen his son play hundreds of rounds of golf.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The challenge finally arrived for Rory McIlroy, and he was better than ever Sunday to win the PGA Championship.

Keith Mitchell had a decision — a difficult one.

Matt Robertson zapped all of the drama out of another tournament at Brainerd Golf Course.

Matt Robertson works at Brainerd Golf Course.

Matt Robertson knows the routine.

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