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Currently the director of the Meadows and Foothills golf courses in Denver, Colorado, Woodard, 50, has indeed passed on a golf legacy he can be proud of.
Although the golf course is slated to open on July 15, the opening may be postponed if unforeseen circumstances crop up, says [INCOMPLETE]
The movement has huge implications: There are currently more than 14,750 golf courses in the U.
By holding the qualifying events for the tournament for superintendents throughout the country, while at the same time doing training on BASF products and, in some cases, bringing in key speakers to discuss important issues as it relates to maintaining a quality golf course.
Thomas met another former pro football player, Butch Woolfolk - co-owner and executive vice president of Coordinated Benefits Services - on the golf course and now Woolfolk handles the health coverage and life insurance of Thomas' employees.
Located on 2,079 acres just five miles from the Redmond Airport and 25 minutes from downtown Bend, Remington Ranch features nearly 800 home sites, 400 overnight rooms and three of the world's finest golf courses.
1 -- color -- ran in AV edition only) Golfer Charles Merritt of Palmdale takes a swing at a golf ball at Desert Aire Golf Course on Friday.
Osprey Recreational Properties already owns some of the most highly-regarded golf courses in Michigan," said Jason Biber, a principal for the Osprey Group.
Nicklaus, known for his environmentally-friendly designs, said no trees were destroyed in the construction of the golf course.
A comprehensive redesign of the Resort's Tournament Players Course (TPC) golf course is planned, and will commence immediately following the completed 2007 event.
But officials said the golf course workers continued to bulldoze in the wash after being told to apply for an emergency permit, and after the U.