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A pleasant story of golf from 2020 – GOLF Sports

Billy Horsekel and the Players Team, along with PGA Tour and TPC Sawgrass staff, will load groceries to feed northeastern Florida at TPC Sawgrass on March 13, 2020 in Pontevedra Beach, Florida. .. (Photo by Chris Condon / PGA Tour)

Step up
When the Players Championship ended at the beginning of the COVID blockade in March, North Florida resident Billy Horsekel knew it was a big hole to fill. He grabbed the shovel.

A little extra for the effort
Caddy Kenny Harms felt that boss Kevin Na was going to win the Charles Schwab Challenge and wasn’t afraid to ask for the winner’s car key.

Funding for Victory Rap
Roy Williams and his wife Wanda donated more than $ 600,000 in May to fund a scholarship for spring sports seniors at the University of North Carolina. It was two golfers who benefited.

Golf and return
Sarah Hoffman is a Symetra Tour player who returned to his career as a nurse during a pandemic. Nothing is standard about her story. “I kept sitting on the couch and couldn’t help my friends on the front line,” she said.

Prepaid it
Cameron Champ made his Masters debut this year in the Top 20, but the biggest point when he first went down Magnolia Lane wasn’t his fate at Augusta National. It was how he could give back, especially in the form of scholarships.

– GOLF Sports

A pleasant story of golf from 2020

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