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AFTER A CAREER IN SPORTS BIZ, HIT THE NEW GOLF TOUR?
Published March 10, 1999
There is a "move afoot" to start a new golf tour for players between the ages 40 and 50, according to "The Forecaddie" in GOLFWEEK. Sources say that IMG is planning six events starting next season, to which it would own the rights. "The Forecaddie" adds that the tour will "be for 20 hand-chosen players -- IMG clients, perhaps? -- and the first trial event could be staged as soon as this fall if all ends can be tied together" (GOLFWEEK, 3/6 issue).