Inside the Field: The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay – pgatour.com

Field information as of January 9, 2019. Updated field list. HOW THEY QUALIFIED  Tournament WinnersMichael ArnaudTrevor ConeNelson LedesmaBen Taylor Leading Money winner Latinoamérica/Canada/China & WCT QT WinnerHarry HiggsTyler McCumberCallum TarrenDanny Walker Top 75 Money Leaders from the Web.com Tour Regular SeasonJoseph BramlettHenrik NorlanderWilly WilcoxErik BarnesSteven IhmSebastian CappelenRhein GibsonBen KohlesScott PinckneyRafael CamposRobby SheltonDerek ErnstDan McCarthyMichael JohnsonEdward LoarBilly KennerlyErik ComptonBo HoagJustin LowerBrett DrewittMax RottluffMaverick McNealyRyan YipBrad HopfingerChristian BrandRichard HoeyMark HubbardVince CovelloBrian Campbell Next 25 Money Leaders – Web.com Tour FinalsLanto GriffinChase Seiffert Finishers 2-10 & Ties at Previous year’s Web.com Tour QTNorman…

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Latinoamérica leads by one after first day of Go Vacaciones Cozumel Cup – pgatour.com

COZUMEL, Mexico – Winning three out of five matches on Thursday during the opening four-ball session of the Go Vacaciones Cozumel Cup presented by ASSIST CARD, the team from PGATOUR Latinoamérica took a 3-2 lead over the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada. PGATOUR Latinoamérica both began and ended the day with a bang, as Matt Gilchrest and Austin Smotherman led the day off with a commanding 4&2 victory over Danny Walker and Zach Wright, while the final match of the day saw Ben Polland and playing-captain Harry Higgs take…

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Armstrong aims to expand playing privileges – Nashville Post

Getty Images People Jan 09, 2019   Share <p class=”teaser”>Lipscomb graduate off to a good start in PGA Tour Latinoamérica qualifying tournament</p> <p class=”contacts”><span class=”tag”>authors</span> <span class=”contact”> <a href=”/contact-us/contact/20403315/david-boclair” alt=”David Boclair”>David Boclair</a></span></p> <div id=”platform-access” data-identifier=”5699abeabc8827915d009d26″ data-registration=”0″ readability=”35″> Dawson Armstrong already has gone north in his quest to one day make it on the PGA Tour. Now he is trying to go south. The most decorated golfer in Lipscomb University history is second after the opening round of a PGA Tour Latinoamérica qualifying tournament in Florida. Armstrong shot a 5-under (67)…

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Sling TV Latino is essential for Spanish-speaking cord-cutters – The Daily Dot

No service in streaming TV offers the level of customization as Sling TV. From its multitiered channel packages to its more than 50 add-on options, Sling TV wants to be your streaming solution for cable. Now, the addition of Sling TV Latino offers a low-cost entry point into the world of streaming TV for Spanish-speaking viewers. Here’s what you need to know about Sling TV Latino.  Sling TV is a live TV streaming service, a way to catch your favorite shows without a long-term cable contract. Using a Roku, game console,…

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PGA TOUR Latinoamérica leads by one after first day of Go Vacaciones Cozumel Cup – pgatour.com

COZUMEL, Mexico – Winning three out of five matches on Thursday during the opening four-ball session of the Go Vacaciones Cozumel Cup presented by ASSIST CARD, the team from PGATOUR Latinoamérica took a 3-2 lead over the Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada. PGATOUR Latinoamérica both began and ended the day with a bang, as Matt Gilchrest and Austin Smotherman led the day off with a commanding 4&2 victory over Danny Walker and Zach Wright, while the final match of the day saw Ben Polland and playing-captain Harry Higgs take…

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2019 Web.com Tour season: What to watch for – pgatour.com

New year, same dreams. The 2019 Web.com Tour season begins in less than two weeks in the Bahamas with, per usual, an eclectic mix of veterans, college studs and up-and-coming Tour stars all looking to earn their spot in The 25 and make a move to the PGA TOUR. And Web.com Tour members need not look far to find successful examples of graduates. Cameron Champ, who finished sixth in The 25 last season, captured the Sanderson Farms Championship in November. He added two other top-10 finishes in the fall and…

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2018: The PGA TOUR Latinoamérica Year in Numbers – pgatour.com

The following is a look at the numbers that defined the 2018 season on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica. EVENTS PLAYED In 2018, PGA TOUR Latinoamérica played 17 official events in 11 countries. The host countries were Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, and the United States. Number of official events: 17Number of host countries: 11Countries that hosted multiple events: Argentina (four), Mexico (three), Brazil (two) TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS The Tour saw 15 different winners from six different countries in 2018. Eleven of those players were…

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Guatemala pulls diplomatic credentials of UN body’s workers – Herald-Whig

Posted: Dec. 18, 2018 7:00 am Updated: Dec. 18, 2018 5:46 pm GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Guatemalan authorities said Tuesday that they have withdrawn diplomatic immunity from 11 workers with a U.N.-sponsored anti-graft commission who have investigated cases of alleged corruption — including ones targeting President Jimmy Morales’ son and brother. The move marks the latest salvo from Morales in his running dispute with the commission, known as CICIG for its initials in Spanish, after the president refused to renew its mandate in the country earlier this year and then…

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Guatemala pulls diplomatic credentials of UN body’s workers – The Republic

GUATEMALA CITY — Guatemalan authorities said Tuesday that they have withdrawn diplomatic immunity from 11 workers with a U.N.-sponsored anti-graft commission who have investigated cases of alleged corruption — including ones targeting President Jimmy Morales’ son and brother. The move marks the latest salvo from Morales in his running dispute with the commission, known as CICIG for its initials in Spanish, after the president refused to renew its mandate in the country earlier this year and then barred its chief from returning to Guatemala from a business trip to the…

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Guatemala pulls diplomatic credentials of UN body’s workers – The Seattle Times

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Guatemalan authorities said Tuesday that they have withdrawn diplomatic immunity from 11 workers with a U.N.-sponsored anti-graft commission who have investigated cases of alleged corruption — including ones targeting President Jimmy Morales’ son and brother. The move marks the latest salvo from Morales in his running dispute with the commission, known as CICIG for its initials in Spanish, after the president refused to renew its mandate in the country earlier this year and then barred its chief from returning to Guatemala from a business trip to…

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