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ABERDEEN — Linden Lodge Foundation, Inc. a local non-profit organization serving those with severe mental illness in Moore County, is hosting a Charity Golf Event on Monday, Oct. 4, 2021, shotgun at 9:30 a.m. at the prestigious Holly golf course in Pinewild.

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PEMBROKE — Savannah Thompson is living out her dream. 

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PINEHURST — John Sodoma has walked a lot of miles in his career - it comes with the territory when you work in the golf industry. 

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LAURINBURG — In July of 2020, Scotland Regional Hospice announced the cancelation of its annual golf tournament fundraiser due to North Carolina’s restriction of mass gatherings in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Prior to the cancelation, the tournament had been held annually for 33-uninterrupted years raising more than $4 million for patient care. 

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RALEIGH — It’s a beautiful day for golfing in Pinehurst, or so North Carolina’s politicians would have you believe. Look closer, experts say, and you’ll see it’s a beautiful day for government handouts and corporate welfare. 

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RALEIGH — Sen. Tom McInnis, R-Richmond, who represents Pinehurst in the N.C. Senate, advocated relentlessly for the deal announced today bringing major U.S. Golf Association  investments to North Carolina, along with a golf championship every five years.

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PINEHURST — In an effort to expand its impact in golf and extend its mission to champion and advance the game, the USGA will establish “Golf House Pinehurst” in North Carolina, to include a new equipment-testing facility, innovation hub, museum/visitor center and offices by 2023, and host five U.S. Open Championships in the golf-rich state by 2047.

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PINEHURST — School’s out for the summer and the “Godfather of Shock Rock” is ready for golf.

Two Richmond County natives, who now live in Moore County and who happen to be brother and sister, both saw Alice Cooper on Tuesday.

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PINEHURST – Rain can often dampen a round of golf; but that wasn’t the case for several Richmond Senior High School Lady Raiders golfers Monday.

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PINEHURST, N.C. – The Richmond Senior High School Lady Raiders golf team wrapped up its regular season Monday with a third-place finish at Pinehurst No. 5.

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