In the course of writing this column every week, I get to meet a lot of really good people in this area. One of those folks is Mike McKinney. He runs the golf out at Cane Creek. I don’t think we have ever figured out what his official title is, but it really does not matter to him as he love… Read the full story
I was recently reading something on the internet that there was a list of top 10 golf shots on the PGA last year and it brought me back to my level of golf play. I am a hacker, so much so that the golfing gods know when I am coming and they start reacting to just keep me off the course. Read the full story
White Plains High School senior golfer Hanna Dyar clinched player of the year honors in the Alabama Junior Golf Association with a pair of wins in the last couple of weeks. Read the full story
I was recently reading something on the internet that there was a list of top 10 golf shots on the PGA last year and it brought me back to my level of golf play. I am a hacker, so much so that the golfing gods know when I am coming and they start reacting to just keep me off the course.
White Plains High School senior golfer Hanna Dyar clinched player of the year honors in the Alabama Junior Golf Association with a pair of wins in the last couple of weeks.
I hope each of you are getting ready for Christmas on Wednesday. Wednesday seems to be a good day for Christmas as you have the weekend before and then two weekdays to get everything purchased in time.
I know this is a golf column, but I also cover Oxford football for The Anniston Star, as well as having done play-by-play on local radio for the Yellow Jackets and various other media for the last 11 years. Today is worthy of a note or two about the Yellow Jackets’ 14-13 state championship …
December is rolling around, which means it’s time for the 12th annual Toys for Kids Golf Classic on Saturday. The course at Pine Hill will be packed with golfers, who are bringing unwrapped toys as part of the entry fee. The Christmas tree in the clubhouse will be surrounded with gifts.
One of the great things about our golf courses in Calhoun County is that they are used to benefit so many worthy causes. All year long, tournaments benefiting one cause after another are played out by local golfers on the weekends and week days.
Jacksonville State fired a 12-under 276 and had all five players shoot par or better Tuesday to finish fourth at the Kiawah Classic at Turtle Point.
The Jacksonville State men's golf team stormed back from 10 shots down Tuesday to win the Kennesaw State Pinetree Intercollegiate by two shots.
I got an announcement this week from Joe and Lynda Dyar that after careful consideration and planning that White Plains High School senior golfer Hanna Dyar has made an official commitment to continue her educational and athletics career at Jacksonville State University.
White Plains High senior Hanna Dyar continues to make waves on the Alabama Junior Golf Association Tour as she captured first place last week at Silver Lakes.
If you have not been to Cider Ridge lately, the course is as beautiful as ever, and the leaves are about to change. This will make for spectacular viewing as you head around the 18-hole course over the next couple of months.
White Plains High School's Hanna Dyar is doing everything she can to improve her golf game for her senior season in the spring of 2020. She and teammate Abby Gattis are playing in Alabama Junior Golf tournaments on weekends this fall and she nailed her first hole-in-one last weekend.
Two former winners and the No. 2 seed advanced to today's semifinals and finals in the Calhoun County Match Play Championship at “The Hill” in Anniston.
Cory Etter and Caleb Bowen each fired a 54 to open a four-stroke lead after the opening round of the Buddy Moore tournament at “The Hill” on Saturday.
The 2019 Calhoun County Tour closed out its season with a bang last Sunday. Ty Cole hung on to win his record-breaking fifth tournament of the year and earned player-of-the-year honors for the fourth time in five years.
Ty Cole, winner of four tour events this year and the leader in the points standings, stunned everyone at “The Hill” Saturday with an incredible round of 57. He takes a 5-stroke lead into today’s final round of the Calhoun County Championship.
Dalton Chandler held off a late challenge from Gary Wigington to win the Pine Hill Invitational by two strokes last weekend at Pine Hill Country Club.
Leyton Bussey busted out of a 132-man field with a brilliant 63 to take a one-stroke lead after one round of the Pine Hill Invitational. His round overshadowed the 64 posted by Dalton Chandler, who is in second place.