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Right after Axel Hartman picked up his plaque for winning the York County Junior Golf Association's opening tour event in June, he claimed he would retire "Bubba."

"Bubba" was an old, worn down golf club cover in the form of a deer head, antlers and all. Even as Hartman took off in his grandfather's pick-up truck, you might not have realized it. Hartman and his fellow YCJGA golfer -- and former West York teammate -- Trevor Sweitzer are big into hunting and fishing. Sure, plenty are into it.

But enough to make their own show?

Check out their production of "Rack Daddies."

It's open season on the back nine, and I feel like this guy w/@Axeattack@Matt_Dellorfano@JamoDavispic.twitter.com/Qj5KZXuAnd— Matt Goul (@mgoul) June 15, 2015

Hartman even wore a hat all season to advertise the show.

Hartman just returned from his senior trip when he won the YCJGA opener in June. He mentioned it and how a few other area standouts, including YAIAA track-and-field champion Andrew Moyer, took the trip to northwestern Pennsylvania. Of course, Hartman and Sweitzer included it in a later show.

Know of any other such production efforts like the one by Hartman and Sweitzer?

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