Tavistock Cup adds two teams, bringing total to six
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Tavistock Cup adds two teams, bringing total to six

The hit-and-giggle exhibition known as the Tavistock Cup is expanding to six clubs for 2013, the event announced Tuesday.

In addition to the existing four clubs (Lake Nona and Isleworth in Florida, Albany in the Bahamas and Queenwood Golf Club in England), Oak Tree National and Primland golf clubs will join the burgeoning competition.

Oak Tree National in Edmund, Okla., hosted the 1988 PGA Championship on its Pete Dye-designed track.

Primland is a resort located in the Blue Ridge mountains in Virginia. Former golf writer Donald Steel designed the course in 2006.

The 11th edition of the event will be played March 25-26 at Isleworth Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Fla., as a precursor to the PGA Tour's Arnold Palmer Invitational.

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