Despite his various love affairs with other courses, Marino's sentimental favorite is the Weston Hills Golf Club near his former home, where the nine-time pro-bowler and his son began playing together. And it's also where Marino played a round with what would turn out to be the most precocious player in the history of the game. "I played with Tiger at Weston, in the Honda Classic Pro Am," Marino remembers. "I played for the Dolphins and it was me, John Elway and Phil Simms and Tiger when he was just a little kid, 14 or 15. For him to be able to play at that age was special."
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