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Vestal native Maureen Radzavicz returns home with her husband, Jay, and their 3 year old son, Andy, this week for the Champions Tour's Dick's Sporting Goods Open.(Photo: Photo Provided)

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Maureen Radzavicz, Vestal High Class of '97, St. Augustine, Fla., resident and Mom of the most adorable 3 year old to log 100,000 miles chasing 50 and overs' iron to Urethane exploits, has set up shop in the beehive that is Dick's Sporting Goods Open media quarters at En Joie.

Communications manager is the title attached to a swirled pail of responsibilities which return her to her roots for 75 or 80 hours on the clock but so many precious others bonding with not only family but all those familiar faces who knew her as Maureen Callaghan pre 2009 "I Do!" to Cortland native Jay Radzavicz.

"The Dick's Sporting Goods Open really does make me proud to be from Broome County. It's definitely one of the most embraced events by the community that we have all season," said Radzavicz, 35. "I've always been proud when players will ask where I'm from during conversation when I'm getting to know them. Open and how they loved it.

"There's a genuinely warm feeling about this tournament in particular I don't know what it is. Just everyone involved with that tournament does such an incredible job and it makes me proud to be from Broome County."

Time was Oral Steroids Poison Oak when she traveled the Champions Tour extensively "but of course things change when you have a little one." And so the Dick's Legal Injectable Steroids In Australia Open will be one of a handful events she'll visit this year, and where her job description boils down to connecting dots between players and media members.

Reporter needs to fill in a blank or double check a stat, she's quick to the keyboard. Need to chase down a player? She lifts the walkie talkie to connect with a contact on course. Or, there may arise that moment of technological cluelessness or mere momentary lapse "Hey, Mo?" With a "Anadrol 50" smile and pack of patience, she assists.

"Making sure (reporters) have all the information they need to do their job," she said, citing a cast Primobolan 1ml of 50 to 100, depending on venue, who call the media room their office for the week. Senior member of the Tour's two person media staff at En Joie is esteemed vet Phil Stambaugh, positioned side by side with Radzavicz at the north end of what serves the remainder of the season as En "Anadrol 50" Joie's grill room. With them minding the store, if you can't find it then it likely doesn't exist.

A one time hostess at Buy Jintropin and to this day annual visitor to Kampai Japanese Steakhouse in Vestal, Radzavicz earned a communications degree from Buffalo State in 2001 and soon after signed on as editorial assistant in the Press Sun Bulletin's news library. Her duties with the newspaper graduated to marketing, communications and PR work before her adventurous side won out, and she up and bolted to North Carolina despite zero employment secured. Open. Day 1 of employment with the PGA Tour was as media services coordinator Sept. 25, 2005. Initial duties included a good bit of writing Nationwide Tour material for the website.

Radzavicz attributes her smooth transition to golf and all its vernacular and intricacies to introduction on the home front as a child. Ardent golf enthusiast Dr. Harold Callaghan saw to it tournament coverage or the like was dialed in with regularity on the television, and some of his daughter's earliest memories are of the two hitting balls in the backyard. As for those family vacations that happened to detour through a nearby golf destination "Hey, look, TPC Sawgrass" strictly coincidence.

Harold and Phyllis Callaghan met at a Tour event, the 1977 Greater Hartford Open. So, too, did their daughter and Jay Radzavicz, in the media center of the 2007 Legends of Golf in Savannah, Ga. first Champions Tour event she staffed on site. She'd heard about this fellow Upstate New Yorker, and Voila! Couple years later, they wed.

Both ski buffs, it is likely their paths had crossed back in the day on a Greek Peak slope or three. However, Maureen said, "Pretty cool that we were able to meet on "Oxandrolone Powder India" the Champions Tour and that we have the Champions Tour to thank for meeting. And actually my parents have the PGA Tour to thank for meeting."

Jay Radzavicz works for The Golf Channel as producer of Champions Tour Learning Center, a position that requires him to be present for a portion of the week at most every tour stop. Unlike Mrs. R's Monday to Sunday responsibilities while on site, Jay sometimes will visit Tuesday through Thursday, maybe return Sunday, or at times spend the entire weekend.

Maureen and young Andy will occasionally join Jay on the road. When both are working on site, Maureen's parents will accompany and serve as willing babysitters as they've done in San Francisco, Savannah, the Ozarks "There's no way we could do it without them," Maureen said.

Andy, by the way, was baptized before a roomful of Champions Tour luminaries during the Friday night fellowship service at the 2012 season opener on the Big Island of Hawaii first of the tyke's three Hawaiian getaways.

"I'm happy that things have worked out the way they have because there's no place I'd rather be than home with Andy and Jay, too. We're able to juggle our schedules enough to where it actually works," she said. "Even though he travels a lot, he's got it down to a science fly out Tuesday, be back Thursday night, be home with Andy all day Friday and so Andy's in school two or three days that week."

Versatile and accommodating as she is, one task is outside the scope of her expertise. Just ask Loren Roberts, who in 2010 popped into the Dick's Open media Hgh Jintropin Avis room to ask for a printout of directions to the nearby golf course he would hop over to play. Problem was, he'd have had a hell of a time putting a peg in the pavement outside the Science Building.