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Comment from: Dick Moran [Visitor]
it is such a shame that the PGA gave up on the B.C. This tourney was the second that I ever went to. The first was the tourney at Pleasant Valley (Sutton MA)The B.C. was and still is fun to go to. Those of us who couldn't get time to travel great distances could plan on seeing the pros in kind of our backyard (I live in the Albany area. Once I took my son, daughter and my wife to see the tournament. We were standing around the exit of the 9th hole and my son went up to a threesome to try and get their autographs. Two of the players kind of pushed the folks aside and the other player, David Ogrin, grabbed the two and stated, " these folks are who are helping put food on your table" The players came back and spent sometime with the crowd. Good memories of seeing Ray Floyd, Lee Trevino, Tiger Wooods, David Duval, etc.
03/18/06 @ 15:35
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