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Last shot: Golf on piste

PGA Tour golfer Justin Leonard visited the Golf Shrine on Snowmass on Feb. 27. Winner of the British Open Championship at Royal Troon in Scotland, he is the only Major winner known to have visited the Golf Shrine, says David Wood, author of "Sanctuaries in the Snow: The Shrines and Memorials of Aspen/Snowmass."
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The Snowmass Sun is looking for great photos from our readers for our weekly Last Shot feature.

We want to publish the best digital images you have of local people, places and things in Snowmass Village. If you take a photo of people, please don’t forget to provide their first and last names.



When submitting landscapes, don’t forget to let us know where they are.

See below for technical advice about submitting photos:


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1. Photo quality drops on newsprint, so images must be in focus.

2. We only publish images of Snowmass Village-area people, places or things.

3. At a minimum, image size should be 4 by 6 inches and about 300 pixels per inch.

4. Because we have to correct all images for press color, we cannot use previously color-edited photos. We get better press results color correcting from raw data.

Email photos to news@snowmass sun.com. If you have questions, call 970-429-9196.

Also, we’re looking for photos in the following categories for Last Shot:

• Nature • Wildlife • People • Travel


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