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Chamblee joined Golf Channel in 2004 and is a lead analyst for Golf Channel.
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Over summer break in 1982 I set off for England and Scotland at the behest of my college roommate, Paul Thomas, who was from Manchester, England, and whose father, Dave Thomas, was a quite famous
In my last column I told you about a vision I have of golf in the near future. It wasn’t pretty.
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