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Passionate Aussie Wins U.S. Hickory Open Championship

TO SAY THAT ALAN GRIEVE has a passion for hickory clubs is an understatement. The Queensland Australian native was the first person to sign up for the United States Hickory Open Championship and traveled over 36 hours and nearly 10,000 miles to participate in the event at French Lick Resort in southern Indiana.The trip was worth his while. The 39-year-old captured his first hickory championship this past week on the resort’s historic Donald Ross course.
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