A pecan tree that shaded the giant scoreboard by the 18th hole during tournament week at Colonial Country Club toppled in Sunday's storms. Workers chopped it up and removed it Monday. Video by Jimmy Burch
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Star-Telegram reporter Drew Davison talks to TX Whiskey co-founder Leonard Firestone about the legendary course as the land surrounding it becomes home to the distillery. Although it won't be open for everyday play, the course where Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan started their careers will continue to host private events and charity tournaments.
Michael Tothe, tournament director of the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial Country club, says the iconic pecan tree that toppled in Sunday's storms will be missed during next year's PGA Tour event. Video by Jimmy Burch
Big-wave surfing legend Laird Hamilton, along with co-founder Don Wildman and son John, presented the Four Seasons resort at Las Colinas with eight new Golfboards on Wednesday. The individual vehicle will be available to players and members at the club for use on the golf course. Hamilton and the golf board crew sat down with the Star-Telegram to talk about their new product. (Video by Kevin Casas, Star-Telegram.com)
A lot of Dallas Cowboys fans are on Jerry Jones' side with this one. Star-Telegram sports columnist Mac Engel wrote in a column that it's "pathetic" that the Cowboys and their fans don't want Dallas to sign free agent Eric Reid because of his history of kneeling during the National Anthem. As expected, he received some pretty fiery responses, here are some of the best.