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Dugan "Doog" Aycock (April 8, 1908 - March 23, 2001) was an
American professional golfer and golf course designer. Aycock was a
member of the PGA of America for 68 years and served as the
Carolinas Section President for more than 15 years and as National
Vice President (now known as District Director). Aycock was born in
Charlotte, North Carolina. In 1938, Aycock designed the Lexington
Country Club and was its head professional there for 38 of the next
40 years. During World War II, Aycock was the special services
director of his Army unit. He smuggled golf equipment into Italy
and North Africa in a shipment of kitchen fixtures, helped rebuild
golf courses there, and even organized an Army tournament. Among
the players who participated were Tommy Bolt and Bobby Locke.
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