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AUTHOR : ALEX BLAIR

author-alex blairAlex Blair joined the Texas Links staff in 2007 after graduating from the University of Texas. At Texas, he covered sports and served as associate editor of The Daily Texan, one of the state's largest daily newspapers.

He has been a fan of golf ever since he watched Payne Stewart sink an improbable putt to win the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst. When he's not pounding the pavement for the magazine, he reads any golf book he can get his hands on and enjoys playing his own 9-hole pasture golf course in Hallettsville...affectionally known as "Hallettsville National."

He brought the skills, enthusiasm, love for the game and work ethic that it takes to help us put out the nation's best local golf magazines, but in 2010 Alex decided to go back to school to get his law degree at Notre Dame.

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Redstone Breaks Ground on Dave Williams Academy

Written by mtTXgolf on Friday, 08 July 2011

The University of Houston in June took the next step toward restoring its golf program to national prominence by breaking ground on a new 4,400-square-foot golf academy and practice center at one of the best and most popular golf hubs in southeast Texas. Fifty-five years to the week from when UH won its first of 16 national championships, the

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Sad, but True: Time to Get a Real Job

Written by Alex Blair on Tuesday, 01 June 2010

When my journalism teacher told me she found a job for me writing about golf, was excited. It was the spring of 2006, and I was entering my final summer before graduation from the University of Texas. Golf is the most interesting sport to me because you're dealing with individuals. It's what I wanted to write about. But when she told me about

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Who’s Job is it to Protect Golf History?

Written by Alex Blair on Sunday, 01 February 2009

Everyone's. In this issue of DFW Links, you will read about the sad saga of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame. Located at The Woodlands, it was a preeminent golf museum and learning center that had much to teach about the history of golf in Texas. Now that is all gone, and some of the Hall's valuable holdings are missing and knowledge has been lost.

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Heaven Can Wait

Written by Alex Blair on Monday, 01 September 2008

Iim Thompson isn't just one of Houston's best golfers, he also is one of the nicest. But the smile on his face hides a story of terrible loss. According to figures by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, lightning strikes about 400 people per year. Most survive, but about 50 of those strikes result in deaths. Golfers are especially

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