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Ft. Worth's PGA Tour Event Will Go Ahead In '18 After Securing One-Year Sponsors

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 15 / 18

The PGA Tour event at Colonial Country Club is "back and will go off as scheduled" in '18 after securing "one-year contributing agreements" with American Airlines, XTO Energy and BNSF Railway for approximately $2M each, according to sources cited by Mac Engel of the Ft. Worth STAR-TELEGRAM. Sou...

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