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Topic - Greg Allen
Dave Kindred, a preeminent American sports writer who has worked his trade for the better part of four decades, was walking down the right side of the first fairway at Kiawah Island with the final group at the PGA Championship when he mentioned he had been teaching a writing class to college students.
Another NCAA championship is stocked with Southeastern Conference teams looking to add one more title to the league's crowded trophy case.
Allen's shoulders slumped as he told Harrington he had misplaced his glasses and didn't know where to look for them.
Vanderbilt switched out the greens from bent grass to Bermuda dwarf grass last year, something Allen said the Commodores hope to use that local knowledge to their advantage.