Golf in Moore County
For at least one week, Andy Bare has found the secret.
Oh yes, it’s Tiger Time again on the PGA Tour.
Lisa Chandler sits in her office at 295 Pinehurst Ave. and ponders the questions being thrown at her.
David Erdy of Aberdeen posted a level-par 72 and survived a seven-way playoff to take the seventh and final berth in the U.S. Open local qualifier held at Pinewild Country Club.
It began six years ago as a joint venture between The Tin Whistles Club and The First Tee Chapter of the Sandhills. Now it’s one of the area’s premier junior golf tours.
Karen Smith, a member at Pinewild, scored her first hole-in- one May 10, while playing the Holly Course. Karen used her pitching wedge to cover the 81 yards to the third hole.
Pinecrest shook off a rocky front nine at Pinehurst No. 8 Tuesday morning and went on to win the NCHSAA state 4-A boys’ golf championship in a playoff.
Forestview's Will Long fired a 6-under 66 Tuesday in Pinehurst to capture the individual state title by a one-stroke margin at the NCHSAA 3-A Men’s Golf Championships at Foxfire Resort and Golf Club
The records show that Michael McGowan’s senior season on the University of North Carolina’s golf team has been a successful one.
I love it when somebody sends me material for a column. Saves me from that grind of spending hours for research and verification that it’s obvious I put in for one of these weekly 700-word epistles.
Golf professionals are accustomed to making career moves, but Dean Allgeyer feels his is more than a parallel one.
Michael McGowan couldn’t quite match the red-hot putting of Roy Franz, but his score of 69-68-69—206 gave him second place in the rain-plagued 89th Carolinas Open played on the Champions Course at Bryan Park in Greensboro.
If you haven’t seen it, you’ve got to be there. If you have seen it, you’ll probably want to see it again.
Pierre LaRochell from Kingston, Canada, carded an ace on May 7 while playing the Hyland Golf Club.
This is one ugly, nasty, warped, bent-out-of-shape column.