Bob Toski (above left) won the tournament that year, defeating what Ray O’Brien of the PGA Tour said was “without a doubt, the finest field of our present tour.” Local teenagers followed his every move. His wife Lynn laughed when she overheard spectators calling him a jockey. Toski, 90, played in the Azalea Open eight times in the '50s and also set the course record with a 63 in 1955. “I loved the golf course, number one,” Toski said recently. “And the people.
Another year, another NCAA tournament has arrived. We've always given you the color and the mascot for each school, but just how did that mascot come to be? And how did he (or she) get their name today. Well, onto the Google we went. Sixty-seven were all fine normal searches, one most certainly was not ...
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