Give till it hurts

Feherty, David
January 2008
Golf Magazine;Jan2008, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p128
The author humorously offers his thoughts on the Christmas season and charity. Particular attention is given to the author's annoyance at the holidays and his feelings towards charitable giving. Article topics include the Professional Golfers' Association Tour's donations, which will top more than $100 million dollars in 2007, the revenue generated at charity golf events played in Texas, and the generosity of Texans.


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