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The Boys Of Summer -- And Beyond

A look at some of the biggest names in baseball who turn to golf when their seasons end

October 15, 2011
Chipper Jones
In 2009, the probable future hall-of-famer for the Braves estimated his handicap as an 11. With retirement imminent, though, there's no reason he shouldn't get that number into the single digits. Provided of course, that the switch hitter in baseball can pick one side to play from on the links.
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