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    From the album: The Caddyshack

    This is me in the Bridgestone Test Center in Covington, GA standing next to the "B". Players sign it when visiting, but it's a little hard to see in the photo. Signatures include Lee Trevino, Davis Love III, Brandt Snedeker, Nick Price, Paula Creamer, Matt Kuchar and several others.
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    From the album: Erik's Gallery

    © 2019 Erik J. Barzeski

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    From the album: Newport Cup 2017

    © © 2017 The Sand Trap.com

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    From the album: The Caddyshack

    The first time US Open Champion Scott Simpson played Ko'olau Golf Club he shot 80. Chi Chi Rodriguez shot 88. They weren't playing from the back tees either. The slope rating when I played it was 162.
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    From the album: 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont

    A TV tower operator kindly took these photos for me.

    © 2016 Erik J. Barzeski

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    From the album: Memorial 2016

    © © 2016, Erik J. Barzeski

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    From Channing Benjamin on Instagram. https://instagram.com/channingbenjaminphotography/
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    From the album: Full Swing (5SK)

    Really good sequence here from Jared Hack, Web.com player.
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