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Topic - Tom Hoge
"When we played high school golf, it was in April and May. We had a lot of days that it was 40 degrees and 30 mph winds. It was a lot colder than this and a lot worse as far as the wind goes," said Hoge. "It sounds like some Fargo weather. Hopefully it can keep us up there."
"He was one of those guys when I first got into golf that was a big name around Fargo," Hoge said. "He's someone I just tried to watch practice and kind of be like him. [I wanted to] follow in his footsteps going to a division one school."