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Welcome everyone to the another installment of Breakfast Balls. Here, we will discuss the early morning roundup of the day’s most interesting topics and developments. As always, breakfast balls are allowed on the first hole, so we might as well relax, take a deep breath, and crush the drive off the 1st tee to impress all the cute country club girls.
All-around good guy Chris Stroud and his family have opened their doors to Hurricane Harvey refugees and are trying to help as many as possible (via Golf Channel).
Charley Hoffman is hoping to become a 40-year-old rookie at the President’s Cup this year, and his play has backed him up to become one! (via PGATour.com)
Ever hear a course designer talk about his vision for a course? Well here is Gil Hanse doing exactly that! (via GOLF.com)
Michelle Wie is currently recovering from her emergency surgery and will have to miss two weeks to make a full recovery (via Golf Channel)