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Broadaway wants to get hot on his home course

April 30, 2008

Valdosta - The field of Nationwide Tour's best players are ready to tackle the longest course on any of the PGA's three tours when the South Georgia Classic starts Thursday morning at Valdosta's Kinderlou Forest.

Albany's Josh Broadaway is feeling good about his game in his return to his native south Georgia.

Broadaway already has won top ten finish in his six tournaments this season.

 Josh would love to finish in the top 25 on the Nationwide money list because he will automatically move up to the PGA tour next year where he would love to reunited with many of his friends and Nationwide Tour alums like Zach Johnson and Boo Weekley.

Josh Broadaway said "They are playing and winning majors and plyaing on Ryder Cup teams and things like that. So, you know you are not far away. You just have to keep working. You have to keep grinding and hopefully you will get there."

Josh Broadaway tees off at 8:05 Thurdsay morning at the Kinderlou Forest course.

The Golf Channel will have live coverage of all four rounds starting at 1:00 p.m.. 

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