A Century of Golf: Western Golf Association, 1899-1999

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Sleeping Bear Press, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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A Century of Golf celebrates the rich tradition of the Western Golf Association, both on and off the links. From the Western Open with its incredible list of past champions to the Chick Evans Scholarship Fund, which sends dozens of deserving caddies to college every year, the WGA has been planted into the very roots of the game of golf. Hagen, Hogan, Snead, Palmer, and Nicklaus all competed and won at the Western Open and left with a greater understanding of what makes the WGA different from any other organization in sports. Celebrate the first 100 years of the WGA -- 100 years of championship golf, 100 years of philanthropy, and a century of great stories.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
THE SMITHS THE EGANS AND WILLIE ANDERSON
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THE KID FROM EDGE WATER
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Copyright

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