Tom LaMarre has been a sportswriter and copy editor in California for parts of five decades, including 15 years with the Oakland Tribune and 22 with the Los Angeles Times. He was the Tribune's beat writer for the Oakland Raiders for seven seasons in the 1970s, highlighted by their 32-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, and collaborated on a book, Winning Offensive Football, with quarterback Ken Stabler. He also covered the Oakland Athletics when they won three consecutive World Series in the 1970s and the Golden State Warriors when they won the NBA championship in 1974. With the Times, he wrote columns on golf, football and skiing.
Olivier Breaud International Golf Course d'Antimaono is the best golf course in this part of the South Pacific, infact the only one. Just ask Arnold Palmer. "I like to say we have the best course for 2,500 miles in every direction," said Anderson, owner and general manager of the course about 20 miles from the Tahitian capital of Papeete. "There aren't any others out here."
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