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Very cool golf news out of Alabama!

Miguel Angel Jimenez has committed to play in the PGA Tour Champions 2017 Regions Tradition at Greystone Golf & Country Club. The club, located in Hoover south of Birmingham, was the original home to the tournament, which at the time was known as the Bruno’s Memorial Classic.

Screen Shot 2017-03-11 at 1.14.29 PM.pngGreystone is a gorgeous facility with a challenging layout. The tournament also has been held at Ross Bridge, an RTJ Trail course, and Shoal Creek Golf Club, which will play host to the USGA’s 2017 US Women’s Open.

The Bruno’s Memorial Classic began in 1991 as a way to bring fun, competitive golf with well-known albeit older PGA Tour players. That first event had Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Chi Chi Rodriguez as guests, and was won by George Archer. Other winners over the years include Jim Dent, Alabama native Hubert Green, Hale Irwin and Andy Bean.

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FLW Tour Forrest Wood Cup champion John Cox and Stephanie Hutchinson with a couple of awesome @BienvillePlantation largemouth bass.

It’s been a few years since I was able to enjoy the fishing at Bienville Plantation, but the memories remain and always will. It’s a fantastic place. From the sounds of the news coming out of this legendary Florida outdoors getaway, more memories will be made soon by anglers and hunters.

Bienville Plantation has gotten a facelift on its awesome cabins and facilities, including expansion of the shooting sports complex. Along with the super lakes that offer bass fishermen untold opportunities for techniques — everything from topwaters and pitching plastics to crankbaits and swim jigs — the new owners have opened more lakes.

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Working Lands for Wildlife Projects in the Southeast

Working Lands for Wildlife Projects in the Southeast

The National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative moved a step closer to two of its major goals for landscape restoration of wild bobwhites – reconnecting cattle and quail, and reconnecting forests and quail – when the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announced the approval in December 2016 of two NBCI-led proposals to recognize bobwhites in the NRCS Working Lands for Wildlife program.

“We were really pumped to receive two bobwhite proposals,” said NRCS Chief Jason Weller, announcing the approval while on a Missouri farm. “These projects represent what’s best for America-family ownership, conservation, helping communities and partnerships.”

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