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Back9 Ambassador: Cheyenne Woods

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Born and raised in Phoenix Arizona, Cheyenne Woods was introduced to golf by her Grandfather, Earl Woods. She began to play in the LPGA Girls Golf Club at age 7. She was a two-time Arizona 5A …

Meet The Back9Network Team

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Back9Network, the golf lifestyle television and multiplatform media company, is pleased to announce its relationship with the following on-air talent. Back9Network Bios:Ahmad Rashad | Shane Bacon | John Maginnes | Jeff Rude | Will Christien | …

Celebrity Caddies Not Uncommon On PGA Tour

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You may see a different face toting the golf bag of Adam Scott this week at the Sony Open in Hawaii. While the outspoken Steve Williams is usually the caddie for the reigning Masters champ, pro …

Notable Deaths In Golf In 2013

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Ok-Hee Ku: The South Korean golf trailblazer died of a heart attack at the age of 56 on July 10. Ku was the first Korean player to win on the LPGA Tour, doing so in 1988 …

Bubbaclaus Is Back With Another Fan Contest

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Less than two weeks remain until Christmas, which means it’s time for the return of Bubbaclaus. Bubba Watson reminded his Twitter followers that Friday marks the 12th day until Christmas. Better watch out, better not cry… …

Cheyenne Woods Not Burdened By Tiger

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At the time, Cheyenne Woods was too young to grasp the magnitude of her uncle’s impact. But as a first grader growing up in Phoenix, she was well aware of Uncle Tiger’s fame. “I knew he …

Cheyenne Woods Ready for Q-School Final Round

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Cheyenne Woods knows the courses at the LPGA International Golf Club in Daytona Beach, Fla. She competed there last year in Stage 1 of LPGA Qualifying School, from which she did not advance. And she returned …

Jason Kokrak Sinks Improbable Par-4 Ace

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There have been some incredible holes-in-one this year. Peyton Manning hit one; Lexi Thompson and Hunter Mahan won cars for their aces; Miguel Angel Jimenez earned 100 bottles of wine for his; PGA Tour rookie Jordan …

Win a Trip to Hang Out With Bubba Watson

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Noted golf enthusiast Bubba Watson has just exceeded the 1,000,000-follower mark on Twitter, so he wants you to help him celebrate his achievement. According to Watson’s Facebook page, the former Masters Champion is looking for his …

Here’s To You, Hartford!

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In the spirit of the PGA’s Travelers Championship coming to our backyard, the capital city of Connecticut deserves to boast about all of their primitively renowned attractions. Here at Back9Network we decided to compile a list of the Top 9 Reasons why you should join in the celebration of Hartford… besides the Travelers Championship, of course:

Tweek in Review – Best Tweets

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The golf world is alive and well on Twitter, sharing some insight into the lives of the best players on the planet — on and off the course. Here are our favorite tweets from the week …

The Takeaway:~WGC-Accenture Match Play

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For those who may not have taken notice, Matt Kuchar affirmed once again that he has a game made for golf’s bigger stages. Though Kuchar’s romp through the WGC Match Play Championship produced his fifth PGA Tour victory, each of the past three have come with higher stakes at play. He opened the 2010 FedEx Cup playoffs by winning The Barclays, following that with The Players Championship last year. Dig little deeper, though, and you’ll find a definite trend emerging.

Sir Nick Faldo:~Renaissance Man

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Where specialization has taken individual skill sets to more focused pursuits Nick Faldo casually scoffs at anything even resembling restrictive limitations. Call it the World Golf Hall of Fame member’s DNA. A diverse portfolio of business interests has the six-time major champion fully engaged these days. With his arms wrapped around television, award-winning course design, academies, equipment, apparel, instruction platforms and endorsements, Sir Nick has transitioned the career of a post-PGA Tour great into a modern day Renaissance man.

The Takeaway:~Pebble Beach Pro-Am

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Brandt Snedeker did more than finally win a tournament Sunday. He swept away any doubts that, right now, he’s the best golfer on the planet. After his two-shot triumph at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Snedeker no longer can say he hasn’t done enough to be recognized as an elite player, as he did seven days earlier in Phoenix. A win, two seconds and a third might constitute a good season for all but the elite.