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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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8 Texans punch ticket into U.S. Open field

Written by mtTXgolf on Tuesday, 07 June 2016

Eight Texans punched their ticket into the field for the U.S. Open June 16-19 at Oakmont CC. With 103 players vying for 13 spots at Wedgewood Golf & CC and Kinsale Golf & Fitness Club in Powell, Ohio, former SMU star Bryson DeChambeau finished one-shot back of medalist Carlos Ortiz of Mexico with rounds of 70-63 for a 9-under 133. Wesley

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Longhorns fall just short at NCAA Men's Championship

Written by myTXgolf on Thursday, 02 June 2016

     EUGENE, Ore.--The Texas Longhorns were hoping to win the NCAA men’s golf championship for the second time in four years since Jordan Spieth turned pro.     But after NCAA player of the year favorite Beau Hossler had to concede his final match due to a shoulder injury suffered in the semifinals,

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Read Our Customers' Rave Reviews about Horseshoe Bay

Written by mtTXgolf on Saturday, 28 May 2016

What Our Customers Are Saying About our TexasGolfOn.com package for Horseshoe Bay... "What a great trip! Both courses we played were in excellent shape. The hotel is very beautiful with fantastic views of the lake. We will certainly be back." "The hotel is wonderful. There is no better place for golf than the Hill Country and Horseshoe Bay, in

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SMU Duo Wins U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship

Written by mtTXgolf on Friday, 27 May 2016

     MAMORONECK, NY—Their team failed to make the NCAA men’s championships, so Ben Baxter and Andrew Buchanan decided to take matters into their own hands and won another national championship instead.     A year after SMU teammate Bryson DeChambeau won the NCAA individual national championship

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