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  • Stuart Deane weighs in on tribute to missing Nelson peer

    Stuart Deane joined the multitude of Byron Nelson competitors wearing pins on their caps Thursday in recognition of Jacob Senden, son of Flower Mound touring pro John Senden. Jacob is battling brain cancer. The elder Senden, a regular Nelson competitor, is taking a break from the tour to be with his 13-year-old son in his battle. Video by Jimmy Burch.

Stuart Deane joined the multitude of Byron Nelson competitors wearing pins on their caps Thursday in recognition of Jacob Senden, son of Flower Mound touring pro John Senden. Jacob is battling brain cancer. The elder Senden, a regular Nelson competitor, is taking a break from the tour to be with his 13-year-old son in his battle. Video by Jimmy Burch. jburch@star-telegram.com
Stuart Deane joined the multitude of Byron Nelson competitors wearing pins on their caps Thursday in recognition of Jacob Senden, son of Flower Mound touring pro John Senden. Jacob is battling brain cancer. The elder Senden, a regular Nelson competitor, is taking a break from the tour to be with his 13-year-old son in his battle. Video by Jimmy Burch. jburch@star-telegram.com

Nelson leaders Hahn, Barnes honor missing peer Senden

May 18, 2017 7:56 PM