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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — While many golf enthusiasts sat glued to their televisions over the weekend to watch the drama of the U.S. Open, Chris Butler was putting in a strong performance on the links at the Dix River Golf Club. Butler, a standout player at...
Tags: Phil Mickelson, Golf, Physical Conditions, Sports
email@example.comBobby Baldwin won’t get much sleep this week or this weekend for that matter. He doesn’t mind the sleepless nights this time of the year. The Winchester Country Club head golf professional has been busy preparing for the 77th edition of...
Tags: Golf, Sports, Memorial Tournament
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen the Players Championship starts Thursday at Stadium Course at Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra, Fla., there will once again be a face familiar to area golf fans. No, it’s not Tiger Woods, who will be playing in his first tournament since...
Tags: Golf, Tiger Woods, PGA Championship, Sports, Entertainment
email@example.comI’ll readily admit that my favorite golf tournament to watch is the British Open that starts Thursday. There’s nothing better than waking up early in the morning, turning on the TV and watching the wind, weather and course play havoc with...
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — J.B. Williams of Danville and Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand both tied Sycamore Hills Golf Club competitive course records and grabbed opening-round leads Tuesday at the 37th Junior PGA Championship. Williams had a two-stroke lead...
Tags: Golf, Ryder Cup, PGA Championship, Sports
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe road is long, the hazards are many and most of those who start the journey will not make it to the end. However, both Ben Fuqua and Philip Hendrickson believe they are better equipped for the trip than they were a year ago. The two Danville golfers...
Danville native Ben Fuqua failed to qualify for the U.S. Open in a sectional qualifier Monday at Columbus, Ohio. Fuqua shot 1-under-par 143 in the 36-hole sectional at Brookside Country Club and The Lakes Country Club, finishing in a tie for 56th place,...
On June 11, two days before the tournament began, Golf Channel's Rich Lerner labeled Merion the No. 1 story line for the U.S. Open. It turns out, the Lehigh Valley native was prophetic. Because it seemed to me the historic golf course, the...
Tiger Woods won't be on hand to defend his title at the AT&T National next week, but he plans on being ready in July to continue his quest for his first major championship since 2008. The world's No. 1-ranked golfer announced on his website Wednesday...
Tiger Woods said he has a strained left elbow that will keep him from playing in the AT&T National next week. The world's top-ranked golfer said on his website that he was examined by doctors after returning home from last week's U.S. Open, where he was...
ARDMORE, Pa. – When I won the media lottery to play Merion the day after the U.S. Open, I didn’t know whether to accept congratulations or condolences. This quote from Henrik Stenson hung in my mind: “If the general public played a...
Tags: Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson, Golf, Justin Rose, Luke Donald
email@example.comIt’s not like Phil Mickelson finishing in second place in the U.S. Open six times, but Hagerstown’s Dirk Schultz would like to get the monkey off his back soon when it comes to the PGA championship. Schultz, the golf pro at Beaver Creek...
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