Entries Tagged as 'Golf News'

Rick Nordstrom and Cinco Ranch golf team claim emotional title victory

Cinco Ranch's Maddie Luitwieler follows her drive on the par 5 9th hole during the final round of the Region III-6A Girls Golf Tournament at Eagle Pointe Golf Club in Mont Belvieu on Tuesday.

Golf preview notebook: Katz back on prowl, Fries to PGA board

A familiar name will be back on the local golf scene this summer. Williamsville’s Jake Katz, who gave up his pursuit of a professional career last summer, has regained his amateur status and is eligible to play in Buffalo District Golf Association events.

Golf preview: Sillato has 100 reasons to keep swinging

“It’s such a fascinating game. You can play it until the day you die. I know it’s crazy to say, but if I have to go, I want to go on the golf course.”

Golf preview: Walking a course unites the heart and the sole

Is it golf itself that spoils a good walk, as Mark Twain once famously said, or the cart? That’s a question worth asking when one considers just how prevalent riding has become in today’s game.

Golf preview: WNY charity events calendar

• The PAL Charity Golf Clinic will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 6 in the Wehrle Golf Dome, 8230 Wehrle Drive, Williamsville.

Lee Westwood's Official Golf Masterclass

*** APP FREE FOR LIMITED PERIOD **INTERACTIVE GOLF TRAINING: innovative technology you must see to believe! Stand side by side with...

Molson Canadian 67 tees up with Golf Canada as official beer sponsor of the 2015/2016 golf seasons

Doherty clinches Mena Golf title

Paul Doherty played the back nine in three under to clinch the Mena Golf Tour’s Royal D’Anfa Open here on Saturday. England’s Ross McGowan, who won last week’s Mena Golf Tour event in Rabat, settled for solo third on 10-under after a final round 70, one ahead of Morocco’s Amine Joudar.

BYU golf: Cougar men's golf tied for third, women in fourth at WCC Championships

BYU men’s golf is tied for third place and women’s golf is in fourth place after the first round of the West...

Masters win could boost golf, Jordan Spieth's endorsement portfolio

By Elizabeth Dilts and Fiona Ortiz NEW YORK (Reuters) - Golf wunderkind Jordan Spieth's resounding win at the Masters golf tournament on Sunday not only will boost his personal sponsorship deals but could give the sport a much-needed jolt. Spieth had already amassed an impressive list of endorsements before the Masters, including AT&T Inc, Rolex and Under Armour Inc, which signed a multi-year ...