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"The General Hackler Collegiate-Am will be a great opportunity for local golfers to play with some of the nation's top collegiate golfers," said Dennis Nicholl, Head Golf Professional at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club. "In the near future, you could very well see these players in some of the biggest tournaments in golf." read more

Aptly recognized as Florida's Golf Capital, The Palm Beaches score a hole-in-one as a world-renowned golf destination. This February, many of the top professionals and golf enthusiasts will flock to The Palm Beaches as players from the PGA Tour tee off at the Allianz Championship and The Honda Classic. read more

"I am excited to see such an interesting cross-section of professional golfers joining our cause in seeking to provide a brighter future for those less fortunate than ourselves," Gary Player said. read more

"Being able to play well in all types of conditions is essential for those who harbour ambitions of playing the game professionally. The experience competitors gained at Lakeview will, I'm sure, stand them in good stead for future challenges," said Sir Nick Faldo, following the snow-hit Faldo Series Kunming Championship. read more

His Excellency Aref Hamad Al Awani, General Secretary of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC), said: "We are looking forward to welcoming the golf professionals and sports personalities to Abu Dhabi and thank them for supporting the tournament and of course Emirates Red Crescent, our official charity." read more

"We've got another great field for an event that is carving out a spot on the Myrtle Beach golf calendar," said Jeff Monday, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday's tournament director. "With most of the country firmly in winter's grasp, the Preseason Classic gives players a chance to escape to some of the Grand Strand's best courses." read more

"LPGA-USGA Girls Golf is the only all-girls program of its kind. We're the experts in making the game of golf fun, we teach more than just stance and swing; we teach girls valuable life skills like confidence and perseverance," said Nancy Henderson, President of The LPGA Foundation. read more

"I am so excited to be visiting Japan again and that we are able to host the Gary Player Invitational in such a special country," Gary Player said. "We have not forgotten the tragedy of the great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami and our efforts will help change the lives of many young people who have been affected." read more

The 10th annual Inter-Club Challenge golf tournament, which pits golf club against golf club in a friendly rivalry, is set for Thursday, May 5, 2016, at Bonita Bay Club Naples. Proceeds from the tournament will support a brighter future for the children of Immokalee through The Immokalee Foundation's programs. read more

Set for the weekend of March 12-13, the Coastal Carolina Hackler Championship presented by Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday features eight teams ranked in the latest "Golf Week" NCAA Top-50 rankings, including the sixth-ranked North Carolina University Tar Heels. Among the golfers set to compete is Winthrop University junior Zach Seabolt, the defending champion. read more

Watch out Lydia Ko, there's a new kid on the block! Fresh-faced 13-year-old Juliana Hung scored a runaway victory in the second Faldo Series New Zealand Championship. "If Juliana continues to progress, then Lydia may soon be looking over shoulder!" Sir Nick Faldo said. read more

Sixteen American footgolfers returned from Argentina as world champions, a remarkable achievement in a sport introduced on U.S. soil just four years ago, and now played on over 450 golf courses in 49 states. read more

"All New Zealand youngsters can be drawing inspiration from what Lydia Ko and Danny Lee are achieving on the LPGA Tour and PGA Tour now. It should be a great incentive for all those participating in the Faldo Series New Zealand Championship," Sir Nick Faldo said. read more

Recognized as one of the premier junior tournaments in the world, the 2016 Junior Invitational at Sage Valley will take place on April 21-23, just two weeks after the Masters. The event annually attracts many of the top-ranked junior golfers in the world, including contestants from 15 countries last year. read more

"Junior golf has been at the forefront of importance to us here over the past several years," Myrtle Beach National Head Golf Professional Brad Crumling said. "We are proud to say that this event is growing each year and it is gratifying to see how today's youth are excited about golf." read more