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Jake Knapp joins Golf Today to discuss working as a bouncer, making ends meet to keep his golf career alive and what being a professional means to him.
Alfred Dunhill Links: Rd. 1
Thu, Oct 05
7:00AM EDT
DP World Tour
Peacock
Thu, Oct 05
7:00AM EDT
Alfred Dunhill Links Championship - Rd 1
DP World Tour
Golf Channel
Thu, Oct 05
11:00AM EDT
Ascendant LPGA: Rd. 1
LPGA
Peacock
Thu, Oct 05
12:00PM EDT
The Ascendant LPGA benefiting Volunteers of America - Rd 1
LPGA
Golf Channel
Thu, Oct 05
2:00PM EDT
Korn Ferry Tour Champ: Rd. 1
Korn Ferry
Peacock

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