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Dixon Back To Defend Chick-A-Tee Title

Posted: June 13, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Steven Dixon watches his shot sail to the 11th green Sunday, June 16, 2013, during the final round of the Dwight Collins Chick-A-Tee Invitational at Springdale Country Club. Dixon returns as the defending champion for the 76th Chick-A-Tee which begins today.
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STAFF PHOTO ANDY SHUPE Steven Dixon watches his shot sail to the 11th green Sunday, June 16, 2013, during the final round of the Dwight Collins Chick-A-Tee Invitational at Springdale Country Club. Dixon returns as the defending champion for the 76th Chick-A-Tee which begins today.

SPRINGDALE -- Steven Dixon is back to defend his title at the Dwight Collins Chick-A-Tee Invitational. And with a full field expected for the 76th installment of the annual Father's Days weekend tournament Dixon should be tested if he hopes to repeat.

Dwight Collins Chick-A-Tee Invitational

When: Today-Sunday

Where: Springdale Country Club

Defending Champion: Steven Dixon

Notable: 54-hole tournament originated in 1938. … Named in honor of late SCC golf professional Dwight Collins. … Eight past champions in this year’s field. … Total of 147 participants, including 76 Springdale Country Club members.

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