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    Links at Land's End with the BOYS

    Links at Land's End with the BOYS

    Tas-Tee team goes to east Texas and plays golf at The Links at Land's End near Yantis, Texas.  Bachelor party with friends and golfing at a Stay and Play on the property.

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    Tas-Tee plan for 2022

    Tas-Tee plan for 2022
    Tas-Tee flavored golf tees are expanding our product line as well as continuing our MiniGolf Tour here in Dallas Fort Worth area.  We have also committed to volunteering and attending several golf events so we posted our schedule.

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    20 years goes by so fast.. RIP Payne

    20 years goes by so fast.. RIP Payne

    When I met Payne Stewart and his family at our hotel near The Old Course in St. Andrews in 1995, I had NO idea this meeting would become so pivotal for me.

    I was 14yrs old when my dad took me to see The Open Championship. One evening during the week we went swimming in the hotel pool. I befriended 2 younger American kids and we started playing Marco Polo. My dad began talking with their mom who was watching attentively from a  poolside lounge chair and quickly found out it was Payne’s family ☺️

    Minutes later we met Payne as he came to greet his family after his round of golf. I could tell my dad was intrigued w this golfer bc he asked me to get out of the pool and meet him. 

    I was just a 14yr old kid shaking the hand of a doting dad at the time but I’ve replayed this memory SO many times throughout the years and I wasn’t sure why this meeting resonated so deeply w me. 

    Over the years I’d read Payne’s books, discovered his philosophies, adopted his mindset, and most recently, prioritized my life to give more than I receive. 

    I used to dwell on the question of why Payne would bother to chat up my dad and take an extra minute to shake hands w a soaken wet 8th grader but THAT was Payne.. he genuinely cared about other human beings.

    I won’t win a US Open, or ever know what it’s like to sink the winning putt but I do know what genuine human compassion looks like bc I met Payne.

    Miss ya man 😔

    RIP Payne ❤️

    Captain America wins The Northern Trust Open.. Again!

    Captain America wins The Northern Trust Open.. Again!

    The NYC skyline was the appropriate backdrop for the first win of the season for our PGA work horse, Patrick Reed.  After struggling through the start of his year, Pat's wife Justine had David Ledbetter have a look at Pat's swing.  A few weeks later, unimpressed with his progress, Pat took off 10 days from golf.  I know that doesn't seem like much to you and me but Pat is in the prime of his career and it was during the golf season... 10 days is an eternity to PGA Players!  After being "unplugged" from golf he started again and found the swing that led him to the Masters just over a year ago.Pat Reed wins the Northern Trust Open

    We've followed Pat and his caddie, Kessler, for quite a while and have always admired their team/family dynamic as well as the individual fire that fuels Patrick's passion for the game.  Much is mentioned, especially on social media, about Pat's college days at Georgia Tech. Stories of falsifying scores and an alleged putter theft, whether true or not, tend to sway people to dislike the guy, a guy we literally witnessed approach a quadriplegic at The Players Championship and give him a moment to remember.  No crowd, no publicity, just a Masters Champion realizing he could put a smile on someone's face.  Whether or not the college stories are true, the man and father that Pat is today can be seen by anyone just about anywhere.  We have seen Patrick step up as a PGA professional to lead charitable causes and play the game as it is meant to be played, with passion.Kessler and Patrick Reed win again

      As for his caddie Kessler, dude puts in WORK as part of Team Reed.  On Sunday at Liberty National Golf Course, Kess helped read putts and run off geese from a fairway as well as the other caddie duties.  Team Reed played fantastic throughout Sunday's final round. When they missed greens, they got up and down.  When they missed putts, the second putt was hammered into the back.  It was quite satisfying for Reed's fans, he had opportunities to get beat but Capt ain't going down like that... Way to go Team Reed and we look forward to the rest of these FedEx Cup Playoffs!