Khampha Bouaphanh kbouphanh@star-telegram.com
Khampha Bouaphanh kbouphanh@star-telegram.com

Colonial’s new title sponsor plans to lay down roots in Texas

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  • Glen Garden Country Club lives on, thanks to TX Whiskey

    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.