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Matt Jones pulls off Hollywood finish in playoff - April 06, 2014 ...more

Kuchar forges 4-shot lead after three rounds - April 05, 2014 ...more

Garcia leads Kuchar by one after two rounds - April 04, 2014 ...more
 
SHO and Tell: The Latest on The Shell Houston Open
62 players who teed it up at the SHO continue in FedExCup playoffs

A total of 62 players who played in the Shell Houston Open this spring have advanced into the second round of the FedExCup Playoffs ...

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HGA Academic Scholarship Recipients for 2014 (from left) Jacqueline Phung of Richmond Foster, Hailey Hollas of Richmond Travis, Atiyya Menifee of Houston Carver, Tony Ly of Pasadena Dobie, Martha Parra of Spring and Isaiah Carter of Aldine.
 
 
 
       
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Strange, Green inducted - November 13, 2007

World Golf Hall of Fame Adds New Members

The World Golf Hall of Fame welcomed six new members Nov. 12 in an induction ceremony in St. Augustine, FL. PGA TOUR and Champions Tour veterans Hubert Green (whose 1971 victory in Houston was his first on the PGA TOUR) and Curtis Strange (the first three-time Houston winner -- 1980, 1986, 1988) joined the LPGA’s Se Ri Pak as inductees in attendance at the event that brought together numerous previously inducted members of the Hall. Kel Nagle, 84, was unable to travel from his native Australia but sent a videotaped acceptance. Joe Carr and MaCharles Blair Mcdonald received their honors posthumously.

There are now 120 members of the World Golf Hall of Fame.



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