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August 13, 1990 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As golf courses go, Twickenham Park isn't much. Flat, brown, dry because of drought and overgrown from lack of care, it is a privately owned nine-hole public course in the Richmond suburb of Greater London. It's the kind of a course where people walk their dogs in the evening and a rule on the score card reads: "Stones may be removed (from bunkers) without penalty." What sets Twickenham Park apart from other British courses is its director of golf. Suzy Baggs, 27, of Pasadena, Calif.
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August 13, 1990 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As golf courses go, Twickenham Park isn't much. Flat, brown, dry because of drought and overgrown from lack of care, it is a privately owned nine-hole public course in the Richmond suburb of Greater London. It's the kind of a course where people walk their dogs in the evening and a rule on the score card reads: "Stones may be removed (from bunkers) without penalty." What sets Twickenham Park apart from other British courses is its director of golf. Suzy Baggs, 27, of Pasadena, Calif.
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October 8, 1989 | Shav Glick
The way Billy Casper looks at it, when Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino join the senior tour in a few months and others such as Raymond Floyd, Dave Stockton and Tom Weiskopf when they turn 50 in a couple of years, the regular PGA Tour may become a steppingstone to the seniors. "I wouldn't want to call (the regular tour) the minor leagues," Casper said, jokingly, "but it'll be where we get our new talent, sort of the way pro football does from the colleges."
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August 31, 1986 | Shav Glick
Twenty years ago, David Price and some friends designed and built a golf course in Westchester, next to Los Angeles International Airport, using a small parcel of land leased from the Department of Airports. In time, the course, only 4,254 yards long with a par of 63, became one of the busiest 18-hole layouts in the country and more than 146,000 rounds were played on the night-lighted fairways last year. In time, too, it became the cornerstone of American Golf Corp.
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