Allen Doyle is a late bloomer in terms of professional golf but he is trying to make up for lost time. Doyle did not turn pro until his mid-40’s and at 47 was a rookie on the P-G-A tour. Doyle has three wins this season on the Senior tour, including the Senior P-G-A tournament and has more than a million dollars in winnings. Doyle who was a stand-out amateur player formost of his career and felt the timing was never quite right to turn pro.Doyle is considered one of the favorites this week but he says it will takefour days of consistent golf.With more than 220-thousand tickets sold for the week, invariably there willbe some mistakes in either getting tickets to their rightful owner or having them lost prior to the event. Director of Ticket Operations Kory Konradsays he has heard some interesting excuses. One woman said her house wasbroken into and the only thing taken were her tickets. Konrad says anotherticket holder said he left his tickets on the table of a restaraunt aftereating dinner.Konrad says all the tickets are numbered so if they are replace it’simpossible to use the old tickets.
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