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Topic - Julian Ralph Ford
Julian Ford knows his chipping and putting need improvement, but he’s eager to play Augusta National Golf Club.
The children at the Sandy Hook Elementary School won't be returning to classes for another week, but officials from the town, school district and local agencies are doing their best in the meantime to keep them occupied following a massacre at their school two weeks ago.
I’m speechless,” an otherwise talkative Julian said about the possibility of competing at the home of the Masters.
That’s why I started playing golf,” he said Saturday as he collected autographs near the practice facility where he might play someday.