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Golf Pro speaks to LWC students on how to run a golf course

2013-02-14 - Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College. Students in Lindsey Wilson College's "Parks and Recreation, Tourism, and Sports Management Facility and Design" class got to hear about the business of golf from a Kentucky pro Wednesday night. Josh Mers, the golf pro at Champion Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Ky., spoke to the LWC students about what it takes to run a golf course. Mers, who is in his third year as the golf pro at Champion Trace and 10th as a PGA golf professional, told the students everything from building a golf course to how to become a golf pro. The class is taught by Recreation, Tourism, and Sports Management adjunct instructor and former Columbia resident Stephanie Oghia. - Duane Bonifer
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