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Kelley’s Win the Pro Division of the Father Son

Every year the Father Son Tournament determines which Father/Son amateur team is the best of the 280 or so teams that participate (about 470 fathers and sons). However, often unknown is the fact that we also have one flight designed for pro teams. Although they are not eligible for the overall championship, they can come and compete with their fathers for a chance to win the Pro Flight.
This year the team of Brandan Kelley (pro) and dad Kevin actually shot a lower two-day score than the winning team. Their 36 hole total of 68-70 = 138 beat the team of Greg and Will Mast by three strokes.

Congratulations Kevin and Brandan Kelley

Check out the team photos and random action shots taken throughout the weekend.
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Unlock Your Golf Game

The Arizona Golf Association is proud to introduce a new segment on our website, “Legacy Golf Tips.” Each month there will be a new golf tip brought to you by our new sponsor, Legacy Golf Academy located at the Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix.

CHANGE YOUR CLUB NOT YOUR SWING

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TOCA Podcast

TOCA (The Orthopedic Clinic Association) is the best one stop resource for orthopedic care in Arizona, led by nationally recognized and established orthopedic physicians. Check out this interview as Dr Gus Armendariz discusses working with professional sports teams, a new recovery procedure and how to prevent injuries
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Proud to Introduce our New Sponsor

When you visit the top teaching facility, you’d expect nothing less than having the leading technology golf instruction has to offer! The Legacy Golf Academy is a facility next to none in size and advanced technology. Our students have access to technologies once only available to the pros, whether it’s analyzing your golf swing, making club adjustments or assisting in fitting the best club(s) to your game. click here

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100 Years of the Southwest Amateur