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7 Things We Learned from the PGA Tour's West Coast Swing
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Snow piled up at Dove Mountain, postponing the first round.

The West Coast swing of the PGA Tour is the traditional opening segment of the tour season and features sunshine, warm temperatures, scenic vistas and some great venues.

Spectacular golf is always a part of the festivities, and occasionally, there are some non-traditional things like snow covering the golf course (which happened at the World Golf Championship-Accenture Match Play Championships). 

Here's a list of seven things we learned from this year's West Coast swing.

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