My father passed away Tuesday, and as I reflect back on the memories, I think of a man who came from humble beginnings and managed to get himself educated enough to get a decent job so he could support us four boys. Read the full story
My father passed away Tuesday, and as I reflect back on the memories, I think of a man who came from humble beginnings and managed to get himself educated enough to get a decent job so he could support us four boys.
One of the best kept secrets in Calhoun County is the play of Jacksonville State’s men’s and women’s golf teams. Each team has some very good players that are winning tournaments at the collegiate level, which has given both teams national recognition.
The local golf season went by so fast this year, and the thing that is so peaceful about the sport is the fellowship among the players. You get to meet people, and that's what it has meant to me over the last four years. I have gotten to meet some people that I would have never met.
It was a rematch of last year’s finals as Gary Wigington squared off against Chad Calvert for the Calhoun County match-play tournament championship last week at Anniston Municipal.
A perfect day made for spectacular golf Saturday at Anniston Municipal for the 16 player match play Calhoun County Championship. Four golfers are left heading into Sunday's semifinals and finals.
It’s a three-team race heading into today’s final round of the Buddy Moore. The team of Caleb Bowen and Cory Etter fired a 14-under-par 56 after a slow start and hold a one-stroke lead over the team of Andrew Brooks-Brennan Clay, who were at 13 under par. Jeremy McGatha and Matt Rogers were …
Ott Chandler has won just about everything a player could possibly win in Calhoun County golf history, and on Friday, he put his stamp on the first Calhoun County Senior Championship at Pine Hill Country Club.
Ty Cole birdied Nos. 13, 14 and 15 to break out of a tie with Adrian Geeting to win the Calhoun County Championship at Anniston Municipal, “The Hill,” on Sunday.
Ty Cole exploded out of the gate with a front-nine 30 and closed with a back-nine 32 to finish the first round of the Calhoun County Championship with a blistering 62 at “The Hill” on Saturday.
The Calhoun County Tour heads to “The Hill” at Anniston Municipal next weekend to put the finishing touches to another season. Ty Cole looks almost certain to capture his third Player of the Year honor in four years.
Nine straight years Gary “Twig” Wigington has won a tournament on the Calhoun County Tour. He put 2018 in the record books with a wire-to-wire win last week at the Pine Hill Invitational.
There is something about the Pine Hill Invitational that Gary Wigington has figured out. He has won this tournament four of the last five years and on Saturday he blazed 33-31—64 to take the lead by one shot heading into today’s final round.
Defending champ Gary Wigington held the lead, but he wasn’t satisfied through the first nine holes of the Sunny King finale at the Anniston Country Club. He hadn’t really contributed a thing. Then he birdied No. 10, eagled 11 and birdied 13.
Gary Wigington isn’t one for big shows of emotion on a golf course. His sporadic shakes of the head through the front nine of Sunday’s final of the 40th Sunny King Charity Classic spoke loudly.
The end of the second day of the Sunny King Classic put some familiar faces back in the driver’s seat as Ty Cole and Gary Wigington shot 15-under par at Cider Ridge for a 57.
I got out to Cane Creek last Saturday to hit some range balls to practice for the Parker Memorial chipping contest at our summer park activity at Camp Lee.