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The state has never hosted one of golf's major championships. But it could. All it takes is a little bit of dreaming.

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The tournament for all levels of public-course golfers returns, with entry period set for Memorial Day weekend
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Notes: City takes management of Steve Hogan course
Steve Hogan Golf Course, the nine-hole par-3 layout at Miller Park, is again city-run.
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Tournament dates needed for listing
For tournaments, scrambles, fundraisers and other golf events (those open to the public only) to be listed in the 2014 schedule that will appear in the April 19 Midlands Golf preview section, they need to be submitted to The World-Herald by April 15.
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EWGA chapter to hold kickoff meeting
The Omaha chapter of the Executive Women’s Golf Association is holding a 2014 kickoff reception from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at Anthony’s, 72nd and F Streets.
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