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Golfer Collings making a splash in SI

HE has gained golf fame in the province and across the country.

Now Garth Collings is going international.

The 2009 Manitoba Amateur champion is a featured face in this week's Sports Illustrated, on the Faces in the Crowd page of the Aug. 24 issue.

Collings, 51, became the oldest winner of Manitoba's Amateur championship last month, a title he's now won three times. He's also the Canadian mid-amateur champion and Canadian Club Champions champion of 2003.

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HE has gained golf fame in the province and across the country.

Now Garth Collings is going international.

Garth Collings

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Garth Collings

The 2009 Manitoba Amateur champion is a featured face in this week's Sports Illustrated, on the Faces in the Crowd page of the Aug. 24 issue.

Collings, 51, became the oldest winner of Manitoba's Amateur championship last month, a title he's now won three times. He's also the Canadian mid-amateur champion and Canadian Club Champions champion of 2003.

Collings, who's playing this week at the Canadian mid-amateur championship in Saskatchewan, was inducted to the Manitoba Golf Hall of Fame last fall.

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