‘Golf is my main thing on the road,’ says country star Cole Swindell.
COLE SWINDELL PICKED UP GOLF at 9 or 10 years old and hasn’t stopped playing since—except for a brief stretch in college when someone stole his clubs, and he couldn’t afford to replace them. That wouldn’t be an issue these days. Winner of the Academy of Country Music’s Best New Artist award in 2015, he has eight No. 1 singles, including “Chillin’ It” and “You Should Be Here.” His song “Break Up in the End,” which appears on his third album, “All of It,” was nominated for a Grammy. He’s also written No. 1 singles for a number of other country artists, including Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line.
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