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Since 2005, we've been providing the nation's best local golf coverage for Texas golfers. Every month, we achieve 635,000 impressions to our very upscale golfing audience through our monthly print publications, two websites, two radio shows and weekly e-newsletter. We are an indispensable resource for Texas golfers, which has made our multi-media platform a very cost-effective way for businesses to reach our upscale audience.

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Celebrating 100 years of women's competitive golf in Texas

Written by mtTXgolf on Wednesday, 03 February 2016

In an exciting endeavor to celebrate a century of women’s golf in Texas, as well as gather support for the next 100 years, the Texas Golf Association on has launched its “Breaking 100” initiative to commemorate and promote women’s golf. The program will be highlighted by the Breaking 100 Gala, a Nov. 1 dinner and panel

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Texas Super Senior March 7-9 at Las Colinas CC

Written by mtTXgolf on Wednesday, 03 February 2016

John Grace of Fort Worth last year made Texas golf history when he became the first player to win four state individual titles in four separate events. He defeated Jody Vasquez in a playoff to win the inaugural Texas Super Senior Amateur to go along with previous victories in the Texas Amateur, Texas Mid-Amateur and Texas Senior Amateur. Grace

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Irving, Booker win TGA Player of Year awards

Written by mtTXgolf on Wednesday, 03 February 2016

The Texas Golf Association is now in its 110th year as one of the oldest regional golf associations, and it has seen many golf Hall of Famers matriculate through its ranks. But this year, Josh Irving of Mansfield did something that nobody has done in TGA history. The former standout at Stephen F. Austin became the first player to win the

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Lions Muni wins one battle to stave off closure

Written by mtTXgolf on Wednesday, 03 February 2016

Lions Municipal Golf Course, which has been fighting for survival the past several years against plans to repurpose its prime acreage for other uses, won an important victory on Jan. 23. A state advisory panel voted 8-1 to recommend that the Austin golf course built in 1923 be added to the National Register of Historic Places. The panel concluded

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