HAGG


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AcronymDefinition
HAGGHave A Good Game
HAGGHalifax Area Gay Group (Halifax, West Yorkshire, England, UK)
HAGGHeat Aggregated Gamma Globulin
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Eddie McGinlay, who has autism and mild learning difficulties, is an employee with Haggs Castle Golf Club.
David added: "Splitting our time between Haggs Gate and the Florida sunshine is ideal and we feel very lucky to have found such a perfect balance.
Then in another incident, a grinder, worth pounds 3,000 and a Bobcat rotavator were stolen from a container on Haggs Lane in Kibblesworth sometime between noon on Friday and 10am on Saturday.
The Order, which is required because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near that length of road to allow the construction of the M80 Stepps to Haggs Improvement, will be in operation from 25th October 2010 until midnight on 31st March 2011, but will only have effect in relation to such part or parts of the length of road as are indicated by the appropriate traffic signs.
The Abertay University student leads by three strokes on nine under at the halfway stage of the Cameron Corbett Vase at Haggs Castle after a 66 and 69 yesterday.
He was helped by a passerby after last night's crash on Haggs Lane, Kibblesworth, Gateshead, and was sitting in his helper's car, dazed and shocked, when emergency services arrived.
But despite 15 Open Championships and seven Scottish Opens in Scotland, Langer has somehow only managed one success on Tartan soil way back in the 1983 Glasgow Golf Classic at Haggs Castle.
Several younger players are named including Haggs Castle's Barry Hume and World Boys champion Nick Dougherty, who both played for GB&I Boys in the 1999 Jacques Leglise Trophy.
But despite having played seven Scottish Opens and 15 Open Championships north of the border Langer has only managed one success on tartan soil - way back in the 1983 Glasgow Golf Classic at Haggs Castle.