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The Ryder Cup has always been intense, full of emotion at each hole and provides an atmosphere similar to an afternoon college football game. Then there was last weekend.

A well-established local organization is bringing back its annual golf tournament to help students continue their academic aspirations of getting a college education.

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After not playing for the University of Houston men’s golf team his freshman year, Brazoswood graduate Jacob Borow is looking forward to hitting the links for the first time with the Cougars.

After two days of dodging heavy rains and thunderstorms, Day 3 of the Brazos Cup endured its only delay of the annual three-day golfing tournament. 

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It was probably the most challenging way to claim the Brazos Cup. The coronavirus pandemic canceled last year’s tournament, then Mother Nature postponed the 2021 version twice and delayed Day 3 of this weekend’s outing for about an hour.

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It was a close one, but the guys were able to get it in. Despite the rain coming down around the away and rumbles of thunder cracking the skies, the first day of the Brazos Cup concluded with The Wilderness team holding a 3.5 to 2.5 lead on Freeport.