Jack Taylor, 94, is always at the Cane Creek golf course by 7:30 every morning to play nine holes as long as the temperature is above 40 degrees. On Tuesday, the weather spiked into the 60s and Mr. Jack — as he is known — sank an ace on the par-3 No. 3 hole with a 3-wood. He shot 43 on the f…
I hope all of you are enjoying Christmas Day and enjoying reading The Anniston Star with your Christmas breakfast. I am in South Alabama visiting family and reflecting on the past year as this is the last column of the year.
If you drive by Cane Creek Golf Course these days, it looks like the club pro, Kenny Szuch, has gone crazy with a chainsaw. There are stumps as far as the eye can see, giant piles of limbs and views of the course that have never been seen before in its 60 or so years of existence.
Toys were the big story at Pine Hill on Saturday as nearly 400 toys were rounded up at the ninth annual Toys for Kids golf tournament.
I hope you have stuffed yourselves with the Thanksgiving feast, got out and battled the crowds on Black Friday, took in the Alabama-Auburn game Sunday and are recovering while reading this column.
There was no last minute arrival of troops to save the day Monday as Stoney Brook Golf Course quietly held its farewell tournament and became part of history. The beloved course has closed, although here’s hoping a knight in shining armor out there will still come riding in.
“There are really nice people at Indian Oaks. They are trying to do the right thing. All the volunteer help tells you how much the community cares about the Indian Oaks Golf Course,” Indian Oaks head pro Marc Spaulding said.
It was with great sadness to see that Renda and Bob Jaskowski are putting the Stoney Brook golf course up for sale, but at the same time, I’m happy for them because I know the stress of owning your own business and the amount of time that it took Bob trying to keep up with the course.
I guess everyone has their Arnold Palmer story and with his sad passing last Sunday, it brought back my memories of “The King.” He was my dad’s favorite golfer, and I can remember watching my dad cheer on Arnie on the old black and white television sets and the occasional trip to my uncle’s …
Cider Ridge was recently named as one of Golf Advisor’s Top 50 courses to play under $50 in the United States. Cider Ridge was one of only three Alabama courses to achieve such a mark. They were especially noted for the friendly service of their staff.
Any time you see money around the local golf courses, you will almost see a Chandler show up. It may be pops (Ott) or the 22-year old son, Dalton, but if there is money about they will be around.
Paul Wade has seen it all at Anniston Municipal Golf Course. He has worked at “The Hill” for more than 20 years now. Titles do not mean a lot to Paul, so we will call him the golf course manager. He was handed the job because of club pro Buddy Moore’s untimely death a few years back, and he …
The team of Benji Turley-Marcus Harrell captured first place in the Buddy Moore Charity Classic with a closing round of 57 on Sunday at Anniston Municipal Golf Course.
The team of Benji Turley and Marcus Harrell blazed out a 14-under 56 to take the Saturday lead in the first round of the Buddy Moore Charity Classic at The Anniston Municipal Golf Course.
The Calhoun County Golf Tour wrapped up its regular season last week at “The Hill,” and Ty Cole held off Gary Wigington and a hard-charging Jeremy McGatha to win his second straight Player of the Year title.