ROGERS (KFSM) -- The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship LPGA Tournament has a new family friendly hangout called Hub 479 located at the 17th hole. Tournament spectators can gather in a big tent with a view to keep cool from the hot and humid weather. The 6,500-square-foot structure was built specifically for the 2017 tournament. One golf fan told 5News that she looked over and noticed that there were fans in this tent-like structure.
ROGERS (KFSM) -- The 2017 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship is going on this week in Rogers. A group of young kids got the chance to learn from the pros. Some of the best female golfers in the LPGA showed the kids how to hit the ball and create their hardest swings at a free clinic Thursday (June 22). “I just think the game of golf is just a great way to teach kids a lot of life lessons. It teaches focus and character and it's just a wonderful sport to do,” April Cartee said.
ROGERS (KFSM) -- Former students and friends of a murdered teacher gathered to remember her on Wednesday (June 21). Linda Woods Allen was killed in Florida earlier this month along with her sister and nephew. Rob Sampier has been friends with Linda since preschool. He said teaching was very important to her and she left an impact on everyone she taught. "I have so many ways to remember her. Just probably our connection, she was like my sister," he said.
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