Jordan Spieth’s Agent Jay Danzi leaves Firm Lagardère, takes highest Golf Client by him. Golf agent Jay Danzi, who has represented Jordan Spieth ever ever he turned pro during his sophomore season at the University of Texas in 2012, going to leave agency Lagardère Sports USA following following 30 days’s Masters Tournament & take his prized client by him.”I feel that it’s time for a Fresh adventure,” Danzi said in a press release. The 24-year-old golfer has deals by marquee companies, including Under Armor, AT&T, Rolex, Coca-Cola, & Wheaties.
Danzi, 42, served as vice president of IMG’s golf division for 8 years before joining Wasserman Media Group for the following 5 years.
In 2012, the year he signed Spieth, Danzi founded Forefront, that was then purchased by Lagardère as the firm began expanding into golf.
3 bullet after big altercation at highest golf
SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio police are investigating a shooting at highest Golf after a “Big altercation” in the parking lot Saturday night.
3 people were bullet & transported to the University infirmary in critical condition. 1 man was bullet in the chest & 2 others were bullet in the back. Police Chief William McManus said the battle started after people standing in the parking lot complained about the method a truck was driving. A car by a matching license plate was later stopped, however no other data was immediately obtainable.
Three people bullet in highest Golf parking taken to University infirmary, police tell
As mentioned in SAN ANTONIO – 3 people were taken to University infirmary after a shooting at highest Golf on the city’s Northwest Side, police said. The shooting happened at the highest Golf location in the 5500 block of North Loop 1604 on Saturday night.
San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said a group of about ten people was congregating in the parking lot while a pickup drove with.
1 man was bullet in the chest, & 2 others were bullet in the back. All preys were taken to University infirmary in critical condition.
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