Nov 29, 2023 · (Photo used with permission from The Olympic Club) When Troy Flanagan arrived in San Francisco in 2014 to take over as director of golf maintenance at The Olympic Club, he thought that the club’s prices were virtually fixed. After all, the Lake Course recently hosted a successful US Open, won by Webb Simpson in 2012.
Nov 29, 2023 · Leading the golf course renovation is architect John LaFoy, who originally designed Quarry Oaks in 1994. The project incorporates all-new bent grass on the tees, greens and fairways. All tee boxes are being rebuilt, and laser-leveled, and multiple holes will see new tee box locations added to create both shorter and longer holes.
21 hours ago · This list of University of Miami alumni includes academics, business executives, scientists, heads of state and governmental agencies, political and nonprofit leaders, television and film personalities, musicians, professional athletes, artists, authors, writers, and others. For a list of the University of Miami's most notable faculty, see list ...
1 day ago · This is a list of Ohio State University people of whom have some significant affiliation with the school. Individuals listed may have only attended the university at one point and not necessarily have graduated. Currently there are over 600,000 living Ohio State alumni.  National and international award winners Nobel laureates
21 hours ago · David Foulis, Chicago golf pro and innovator (born in Scotland) James Foulis, 1896 U.S. Open golf champion (born in Scotland) Albert Fowler, mayor of Rockford 1864–68 (born in Massachusetts) Bertha Fowler, educator, preacher, deaconess; Richard Fowler, radio host, media personality, activist, Fox News contributor; Carol Fox, opera impresario
1 day ago · Mark Shepherd – chairman and CEO, Texas Instruments  Jeffrey Skilling – chairman and CEO of Enron  Jeff Storey, president and chief executive officer of Level 3 Communications  Emily Summers – interior designer. John H. Tyson – chairman of Tyson Foods  Ray Washburne – real estate investor.
21 hours ago · John Cocke (B.S. 1945, Ph.D. 1956), considered the father of the RISC computer architecture, Turing Award laureate in 1987, National Medal of Technology and Innovation laureate in 1991 and National Medal of Science in 1994  Alumni Selected Duke Alumni