Barbados’ top junior female player, Emily Odwin grabbed a third place finish when the 2017 Caribbean Junior Golf Championships concluded in Trinidad on Thursday.
Competing in the girls’ 11-13 division, Odwin posted 89 in sunny conditions on Day 3 of the regional tournament and carded a 54-hole gross 259, on the final day of competition at the St.Andrews course at Moka.
Brooke Rivers of the Turks & Caicos islands, who shared the title with Odwin last year in Barbados, emerged the clear champion with a gross 242 as she dominated the division from Day 1. Rivers, who completed the front nine on one-under-par, posted 77 on Thursday and was 13 strokes clear of second-placed Bahamian Sophie Anand (255) who ended with an 85 after being tied with Odwin at one stage.
Among the 16-18 girls, defending champion Valeria Pacheco of Puerto Rico was consistently too strong for her rivals and ran away with the title after holding a clear 12-stroke lead at the end of 36 holes. She posted 79 on Thursday for a gross 235 and was followed by Kei Yae-Eun of the Dominican Republic (248) and Kei Harris of Jamaica on 249.
There were no stoppages for rain on the final day but some afternoon showers chased in the final group of players around 3.30pm, to close-out a testing three days of golf on the Moka course.
Champion and hometown favourite Sachin Kumar of Trinidad, successfully defended his boys18 and under crown and also emerged the top player of the championships. He posted a three-day gross 222, while following up Wednesday’s 73 with another one-over-par 73 that gave him a four-stroke victory over second-placed Rodrigo Sanchez of the Dominican Republic, who shot 75 for a gross 226. Third was Gustavo Betances of the DR with a gross 227.
Barbados junior champion Iz Hustler made up some ground with a final day 75 in the 16-18 division, the best score among his compatriots, but finished 10th in a field of 23 players with a 54-hole gross 239.
Barbados player Xzavier Wiggins slotted 6th in the 14-15 division which was won by Andres Aranguren of Puerto Rico who sealed it with a two-over-par 74 and a gross 224. Wiggins posted a gross 244 while Aaron Jarvis of the Cayman Islands finished second on 234.
Yeji Lee (gross 238) of Trinidad won the girls’ 15 and under division while Gustavo Rangel of Puerto Rico took the boys’ 11-13 catergory with a three-day gross 229.
The 30th annual Caribbean Junior Championships were staged by the Caribbean Golf Association and attracted 94 players from Barbados, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Turks & Caicos, Puerto Rico , USVI, host Trinidad & Tobago and Bahamas.
By Bernard Babb
Dominic Jordan of Barbados (left) played in the 13 and under division.
Emily Odwin of Barbados finished third in the 11-13 division at the 2017 Caribbean Junior Golf Championships.
Xzavier Wiggins of Barbados drives off the 10th tee on the final day of the Caribbean Championships.
Eryn Blakeley played in the 11-13 division
Barbados junior champion Iz Hustler
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad - It was another tough day in rainy conditions on Wednesday, Day 2 of the 2017 Caribbean Junior Golf Championships in Trinidad and Tobago .
In between two stoppages for rain, enforced as a proactive measure by tournament officials because of the presence of lighting and thunder, most players found it difficult on the heavy St. Andrews course at Moka.
Barbados junior champion Iz Hustler, who was regarded among the early contenders at the start of the tournament, shot the day’s best score for his team, registering 79 to add to his first day 85 for a 36-hole aggregate of 164.
That kept him among the top 12 in the boys’ 16-18 division, where defending champion and hometown favourite Sachin Kumar of Trinidad posted the day’s best score of one-over-par 73 to position himself to defend his crown on the final day, Thursday.
After 76 on the first day, the bespectacled Kumar maintained the lead with a gross 149, two strokes ahead of Gustavo Betances of the Dominican Republic , who also posted a 73 for a 36-hole gross 151. Rodrigo Sanchez, also of the DR, was joint second with his compatriot (151) while Ian Aldarondo of Puerto Rico was third on 153.
Barbados player Xzavier Wiggins, who shot 78 on the first day, fell away on a wet and testing Day 2 as he registered 85 in the boy’s 14-15 age-group where Andres Aranguren of Puerto Rico seemed on course for the gold medal. Aranguren posted scores of 74 and 76 , for a two-day 150, and was followed by 14 year-old Aaron Jarvis of the Cayman Islands, who matched Kumar with the day’s best 73. Jarvis’ 73 moved him into second place with a gross 153, four strokes ahead of third placed Ho Jing Kang (157) of the Dominican Republic .
Among the girls, Brooke Rivers of the Turks & Caicos, who shared the girls’ 13 and under title with Barbadian Emily Odwin last year, remained on course to defend her title and was followed by Odwin who shot 82 on Wednesday to add to her first day 88.
Rivers posted 81 for a two-day gross 165 while Odwin and Sophie Anand of the Bahamas were both tied in second place on 170.
Defending champion Valeria Pacheco of Puerto Rico remained too strong for her rivals, in the 17-18 catergory , and posted a 77 on Day2 to lead the field by 12 clear stokes. Pacheco leads with a gross 156, and is followed by Kei Harris of Jamaica on 164. Barbadian Alyssa Inniss-Gittens shot scores of 94 and 87.
The 30th annual Caribbean Junior Championships are being staged by the Caribbean Golf Association and has attracted 94 players from nine regional territories.
Xzavier Wiggins (middle) shot the day's best score among the Barbadian players, posting 79 in the boys 14-15 years division.
Barbados' top junior golfers were hoping for a better Day 1 on Tuesday after a testing first day at the 2017 Caribbean Junior Golf Championships at the St. Andrews Course in Trinidad.
Torrential rains on Sunday and Monday accounted for heavy conditions on Tuesday and most of the regional players seemingly struggled on the challenging course at Moka.
Several players, including a number of Trinidadians more familiar with the course, shot in the three figures.
After the first 18 holes, of the 54-hole tournament, Xzavier Wiggins shot the day's best score among the Barbadian players , posting 79 in the boys 14-15 years division.
Wiggins was five shots off the pace and among the top four , in what is shaping to be a very competitive division, as 14 year-old Puerto Rican Andres Aranguren registered a two-over-par 74 which was the day's best score.
Fellow Barbados players Oaziah Layne (85) and Dario Sargeant (102), in his first outing in national colours, were hoping for a better second day.
In the boys' 16-18 years catergory, a tussle between Puerto Rico , host country Trinidad and the Dominican Republic seemed to be emerging as their players shot in the 70's.
Defending champion Sachin Kumar of Trinidad (76) held a share of the lead with compatriot Sam Avey (76) and Rodrigo Sanchez of the Dominican Republic (76) while Andrew Jarvis of the Cayman islands (77) was one stroke behind. Puerto Ricans Ian Aldorondo, Christian Correa and Melvin Morales and Jamaican Siebert Walker, all shot 78.
Barbadian players in that division, captain Christian Mason (86) and contender Iz Hustler (85) appeared among the contenders over the first nine holes but fell away over the last nine .
Among the girls, defending champion in the 11-13 division, Barbadian Emily Odwin who shared the title last year with Brooke Rivers of the Turks & Caicos, shot 88 on Tuesday while Rivers took an early lead in the division with 84.
Puerto Rican Valeria Pacheo, the defending champion in the girls 16-18 division seemed capable of emerging as a repeat winner as she posted 79 to lead the field.
Ninety-four players from nine regional territories are contesting the 30th annual Caribbean Junior championships which are being staged by the Caribbean Golf Association.
The Barbados Team for the 2017 Caribbean Juniors golf championships in Trinidad. From left - Manager Richard Proverbs, Darion Sargeant, Eryn Blakeley, Quinton Heljenek, Iz Hustler, Alyssa Inniss-Gittens, Dominic Jordan, Emily Odwin, Xzavier Wiggins, Oaziah Layne and captain Christian Mason. (Missing from the team is Ciara Cornic).
Barbados' top junior players are currently in Trinidad and Tobago, participating in the 2017 Caribbean Junior Golf Championships.
The 30th annual CGA junior championships are being played at the St. Andrews Club, at Moka, in Port-of-Spain.
The Barbados team features two newcomers, in Dario Sargeant a 14 year-old student of the Grantley Adams Memorial School, and Ciara Cornic, a 14 year-old who attends Providence Secondary. Both are gaining Barbados caps for the first time while the remainder of the squad have all previously represented the island in various regional tournaments.
Other members of the team named by the Barbados Golf Association are: Iz Hustler (Boys 16-18 division); Alyssa Inniss-Gittens (Girls 16-18); Xzavier Wiggins (14-15); Oaziah Layne (14-15); Emily Odwin (Girls 11-13); Eryn Blakeley (11-13); Dominic Jordan (boys 11-13); Quinton Heljenek (11-13); Team Captain Christian Mason (Boys 16-18 division) and Richard Proverbs (manager).
BGA President Trevor Tasker said the team was a good mixture of experience and emerging talent and were relatively well prepared, based on their showings in various local tournaments and involvement in the BGA’s year-round training programme.
New captain Christian Mason, who is playing his third Caribbean championship, said they were looking forward to the event on a challenging course.
The team is hoping that the improving Emily Odwin, who shared the girls’ under-13 title with Brooke Rivers of Turks & Caicos last year, will be able to defend her gold medal and also that the other players find their form in the quest to grab the overall team title.
The Caribbean Junior Championships are being staged by the Caribbean Golf Association (CGA) and players from Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands , Barbados , Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas, the USVI and Turks & Caicos are contesting the championships over 54 holes.
Barbados Captain James Johnson (left) missed the cut by the smallest margin, 1 shot and sadly Scott Stollmeyer (right) is also out of the LAAC tournament after 2 rounds of golf.
January 13, 2017
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA – Barbados James Johnson and Scott Stollmeyer didn't make it to the final weekend play in the third Latin America Amateur Championship at par-70 Club de Golf de Panama.
Stollmeyer was struggling with his game on the front nine, shooting 7 over par but managed to turn his game to the better with a more solid back nine, shooting just 2 over par.
Johnson who started from the 10th tee recorded a double bogie on his second hole but gained a shot immediately after with a birdie. "I knew I was still in for a chance to make the cut", say Johnson. "I figured 8 to 9 over par could be the cut line".
Johnson being slightly off his best on the week was grinding his way through the course. With 4 holes to go and 9 over he had a good chance to make the cut but an unfortunate bogie on his 17th hole costed him. It was close though as the cut line was just about to move to 10 over late in the afternoon when the final groups came in. "It's never fun to loose out on weekend play by just one shot", say Johnson. "My game was just not there but I thought by grinding and staying in there I might make it to the weekend anyway".
Barbados Score cards (Johnson started on hole 10)
COSTA RICA’S ORTIZ, 48, LEADS LAAC AFTER 36 HOLES
Alvaro E. Ortiz, 48, the 25-time national champion of Costa Rica, posted an early 4-under-par round of 66 on Friday, then watched as much of the field raced past him in the other direction to take a one-stroke lead into Round 3 of the 3rd Latin America Amateur Championship at Club de Golf de Panama.
Ortiz shared the day’s low score with Andres Gallegos, 21, of Argentina, who was in the same 7:26 a.m. grouping. Gallegos is in a five-way tie for fourth place that includes the first-round leader, Julian Perico, of Peru, who followed up an LAAC-record round of 64 on Thursday with a roller-coaster 75. Herik Machado, of Brazil, and Alejandro Villavicencio, of Guatemala, share second place, with Machado shooting a second-round 67 and Villavicencio following up his opening 65 with a 3-over 73.
For the third consecutive year, Ortiz is the oldest player to make the 36-hole cut, with his best finish a tie for 27th in the inaugural LAAC at Pilar Golf in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Perico, 17, was the youngest player in the 108-player starting field. A total of 52 players made the 36-hole cut, which came at 9-over-par 149 on the par-70 course, which played at 6,875 yards in Round 2.
“I played very smart,” said Ortiz, who played college golf at Texas Wesleyan University and works in the real-estate industry. “I’m old enough to know where my weaknesses are and where my strengths are. I only made one mistake, a three-putt on No. 9, so I’m very happy.”
Ortiz expects the challenge to ramp up on the weekend, as the field vies to become the third LAAC champion and earn the opportunity to play in the 2017 Masters Tournament, as well as The Amateur Championship and the U.S. Amateur. The winner and runner(s)-up of the event, founded by the Masters, The R&A and the United States Golf Association, also earn entry into final qualifying for the U.S. Open and The Open Championship.
“The setup the first two days was not the potentially long course that it can be,” said Ortiz, who has served as a mentor to Paul Chaplet, a fellow Costa Rican who won the 2016 LAAC at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic. “I’m sure tomorrow is going to be very different and I’m going to be hitting long irons and even hybrids into greens, and I’m going to be ready for that.”
Perico posted the low round of his life on Thursday, a 64 that included an LAAC-record nine holes of 29. He made three birdies on Friday, but also made three double bogeys and a pair of bogeys as he experienced the television spotlight for the first time.
“It was fun, because all the cameras were there, but I was a bit nervous during the round,” said Perico, who attends Bishops Gate Golf Academy in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. “I was 7 under for the tournament [after birdieing the fifth hole], and I really felt that I was cruising down the course. Suddenly I made a double on 7, and everything just went the other way. It was really an up‑and‑down round, emotionally more than golf‑wise.”
Still, Perico will play in the third-to-last grouping on Saturday, starting at 9:43 a.m. with Raul Pereda, of Mexico, who is at even-par 140, and Jose Luis Montano, of Bolivia, another of the players at 1-under 139. The second-to-last grouping will include Gallegos, Nicolas Echavarria, of Colombia, and Toto Gana, of Chile, all at 1-under 139. Ortiz, Villavicencio and Machado will start at 10:05 a.m. in the final grouping. The top eight players on the leader board represent eight nations.
Joaquin Niemann, the top-ranked player in the field at No. 5 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking™, is in a tie for 15th place at 6 over par after rounds of 72-70, while defending champion Chaplet is tied for 28th at 6-over 146. Inaugural champion Matias Dominguez, of Chile, and Alejandro Tosti, of Argentina, who was runner-up in 2015 and tied for third last year, both stand at 8-over 148, one stroke inside the cut line.
Perico, who iced the middle finger on his right hand after injuring it on his incoming nine, belied his youth as he discussed his performance.
“Now I know what it feels like to play on TV and I know what to do to not make it distract me,” he said. “I made a lot of doubles today, but still, 5‑over with three doubles, it could have been worse. But it could have been way better also.”
Spoken like a golfer who has accepted the challenge of the LAAC.
Scott Stollmyer and James Johnson (middle) together with members of the Trinidad & Tobago team during the opening ceremony the third Latin America Amateur Championship in Panama.
The Latin America Amateur Championship (LAAC) was originally created to become the “Major” event for leading amateurs in the region. After just two editions, this championship, created by the Masters Tournament, The R&A and the United States Golf Association (USGA), continues to inspire amateur golfers throughout Latin America by providing a top-tier platform in which to compete.
Those present at the LAAC at Pilar Golf (Argentina) in 2015 and at Casa de Campo (Dominican Republic) in 2016 witnessed tremendous performances by emerging stars. Witnesses and followers at home watching on television or via the Internet, saw first-hand the thrilling battle between Chile’s Matias Domínguez and Argentina’s Alejandro Tosti, and the accomplishment of Costa Rican teenager Paul Chaplet against the Venezuelan Jorge Garcia.
A third LAAC is now on the horizon, scheduled from January 12-15, 2017, at Club de Golf de Panama. Among the contenders are several top players in the World Amateur Golf Ranking™, including Joaquin Niemann (No. 7, of Chile), Tosti (No. 43), Dominguez (No. 44), Jorge Garcia (No. 48, of Venezuela), Claudio Correa (No. 57, of Chile) and Cristobal del Solar (No. 99, of Chile). These players have tremendous potential, as do Luis Fernando Barco (Peru), Gaston Bertinotti (Argentina), Nicolas Echavarria (Colombia), Santiago Gomez (Colombia), Herik Machado (Brazil), Jose Luis Montano (Bolivia), Alvaro Ortiz (Mexico), Iván Camilo Ramirez (Colombia) and Lucas Rosso (Chile).
This year’s players making up the competitive field use many different playing styles and tactics. Tosti and Echavarria enjoy length off the tee, which often pushes them to be risk-takers. Tosti, the 2015 LAAC runner-up, is having a successful second year at the University of Florida, including a victory at the Tavistock Collegiate Invitational. Echavarria has qualified for Second Stage Q School on the Web.com Tour, as well as the final tournament of the Developmental Series of the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica.
Other players focus on swing technique and course management, excelling with their short games. Niemann has notched six victories in 2016, including the IMG Academy Junior World Championship, and reached the Round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur Championship. The player from Chile was the best amateur at the 111° VISA Open de Argentina and won the Pereyra Iraola Cup. Garcia, who finished second at the 2016 LAAC, has finished in the top 10 of his last two tournaments at the University of Florida, and also tied for seventh at the 2016 World Amateur Team Championship. Ortiz, a graduate of the University of Arkansas who finished third at the 2016 LAAC, has a lot of experience.
Barbados representives Scott Stollmyer and James Johnson are up for the challenge. Both players have participated in the two first LAAC tournaments and gained valuble experince of golf at this higher level than normal. Johnson managed to stay in competition until the last day of play last year coming into the final round as 17th but faded down the leaderboard to a 24th place. Both players have prepered during the last days in Panama and are eager to tee off and take on the challenge.
The opportunities offered by the LAAC are unprecedented within Latin American golf. Each year, the LAAC champion receives an invitation to compete in the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, as well as full exemptions into The Amateur Championship, U.S. Amateur Championship and any other USGA amateur championship for which he is eligible. In addition, the winner and the runner(s)-up are exempt into the final stages of qualifying for The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale and sectional qualifying for the U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills.
Barbados Captain James Johnson (left) and head of the BGA junior programme Denny Foster (right) was handing out awards during a ceremony at the BGC clubhouse.
The Barbados Golf Association recently concluded its 2016 programme for junior golfers with the staging of the 2016 Barbados Junior Championships at the Barbados Golf Club.
National junior players Iz Hustler and Emily Odwin took the top prizes in the championships and will hold the titles until December 2017.
Fifteen year-old Hustler took the overall boys' title with a 36-hole gross of 154 while Odwin took the girls' equivalent with a two-day gross 168.
Hustler followed up his first day 81 with a one-over-par 73 over the final 18 holes while Odwin shot 82 and 86 and was followed by fellow national player Alyssa Inniss-Gittens with a gross 177.
It was a tournament which saw the fast improving Oaziah Layne, the early leader in the boy's 14-17 years Division, stumbled on the final day after holding a 3-stroke lead going into the last nine holes.
Hustler won by five stokes over fellow national player Xavier Wiggins , who was second with a gross 159, while Layne was third on 160.
Among the boys in the 10-13 years age-group, Qinton Heljenek emerged winner with a gross 196 while Nathan Chee-a-Tow was second (200) and Dominic Jordan , third with a gross 201.
Players in the nine and under catergory contested 9 holes and the title was shared by Sunjeet Hariramani and Jason Johnson as both shot 92. Second was Callum Cave (94) while Nicholas Murrell was third with 110.
Around 20 players contested the 2016 BGA Barbados Junior Championships and awards were presented by senior Barbados captain James Johnson, during a ceremony at the BGC club-house .
The championships followed a series of Order of Merit competitions in 2016 , which form part of the BGA's development programme for juniors, and several of the junior players have been awarded scholarships to continue their training at the Barbados Golf Club in 2017.
By Bernard Babb
Emerging talent Dario Sargeant (second from left) and Barbados juniors Alyssa Inniss-Gittens and Iz Hustler were among those receiving full scholarships to play at the Barbados Golf Club. They were presented by BGC Director Roddy Carr (left) and Assistant GM, Robert McGuire (right).
National junior players Iz Hustler and Alyssa Inniss-Gittens emerged the top players after the third series of "Order Of Merit" tournaments staged by the Barbados Golf Association.
Played at the Barbados Golf Club, at Durants, the tournaments are part of the BGA's development programme for juniors and are coordinated by coach Denis Foster and spread over a 12-month period.
Hustler, who made his senior team debut at the Caribbean Championships in the Bahamas earlier this year, registered scores of 75, 76 and 73 in the last three competitions to cement himself at the top of the order while Inniss-Gittens, who also represented Barbados among Caribbean women in the Bahamas, posted 86, 85 and 86 for her win.
They along with promising 13-yearold Grantley Adams Memorial student, Dario Sargeant, and 12 year-old national junior Eryn Blakeley, will receive full scholarships at the Barbados Golf Club.
Sargeant, an emerging talent who shot 88 in his last tournament, and Blakeley, who won the women's stableford division in the RBC Classic, were voted the most improved juniors in the 2016 BGA programme The full scholarships, and several partial scholarships awarded to the juniors, will allow them to practise year-round at the BGC as they seek to improve their games.
"Our juniors are the future of golf and we are happy and willing to play our part in helping them to improve their games and go on to bigger things. For 2017 we are again providing full scholarships and partial scholarships to young players," said Robert McGuire, Assistant General Manager of the BGC.
Among other age-group winners in the final competition for the year were Christian Mason (boys 16-17); Leiana Bynoe (girls 16-17); Emily Odwin (girls 10-13); Nicholas Murrell (boys 8-9); Laea Blakeley (girls 8-9); Jade Blakeley (girls 10-12) and Dominic Toppin (boys 10-12). Quinton Heljenek , 10 years old, was voted the most enthusiastic player.
The next tournament on the BGA's calendar for juniors will be the Barbados Junior Championships which will be contested at the BGC from January 3-5 in 2017.
By Bernard Babb
Photo left: Dottie Pepper making an intervju with Argentine Alejandro Tosti after the second round at the 2015 Latin America Amateur Championship at Pilar Golf Club in Argentina. Photo right: Barbados golfer Julian Jordan (left) and James Johnson (right) with Mr. Billy Payne, Chairman of the Masters tournament (centre).
Continuing its expansive coverage across five continents, the third Latin America Amateur Championship will be televised in 140 countries and reach millions of homes around the world, the event’s Founding Partners – the Masters Tournament, The R&A and United States Golf Association (USGA) – announced today.
The championship will take place from January 12-15, 2017, with a 108-player field competing in the 72-hole stroke-play event at Club de Golf de Panama, which is 15 minutes from Panama City. Since 2004, Club de Golf de Panama has hosted the Web.com Tour’s Panama Claro Championship. Barbados will be represented by James Johnson and Scott Stollmeyer.
In addition to the contributions of the Founding Partners, the Latin America Amateur Championship is supported by six Proud Partners – 3M, AT&T, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, UPS and Zurich – and two Scoring Partners, IBM and Rolex.
European Tour Productions will produce the high-definition broadcast, including two hours of live coverage on each of the four competition days. The English-speaking commentary team will include Rich Lerner as host, Andy North as analyst, Dottie Pepper and Billy Kratzert as on-course reporters and John Sutcliffe handling interviews.
The champion will receive an invitation to compete in the 2017 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, as well as full exemptions into The Amateur Championship, U.S. Amateur Championship and any other USGA amateur championship for which he is eligible. In addition, the winner and the runner(s)-up will be exempt into the final stages of qualifying for The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale and the 2017 U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills.
Live broadcasts of all four rounds will be available across Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America. The scheduled times for each round’s live broadcast are listed below, with all times local to Panama City and Atlantic Standard Time (same as Eastern Standard Time):
First Round: Thursday, Jan. 12 – 3-5 p.m. (AST)
Second Round: Friday, Jan. 13 – 3-5 p.m. (AST)
Third Round: Saturday, Jan. 14 – 1-3 p.m. (AST)
Final Round: Sunday, Jan. 15 – 1-3 p.m. (AST)
Championship highlights will air on Sunday following the completion of play; viewers can check local listings for specific broadcast times.
ESPN will provide event coverage in this year’s host country, as well as throughout Latin America. Other broadcasters include ESPN2 and ESPN News (United States), Le Sports (China), TSN (Canada), SuperSport (Southern Africa), Fox Sports Asia (Asia) and Eurosport (Europe). All of the coverage will also be streamed live on the official event website, LAACgolf.com.
Spectators are welcome to attend, and entry into Club de Golf de Panama for the 2017 Latin America Amateur Championship will be free. For more information, including a full listing of television times by broadcaster, please visit LAACgolf.com.
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