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Back-to-back for Bryson, Finau’s Ryder Cup case, more putter woes for Tiger and a brutal gimme putt: What you missed

NORTON, MA – SEPTEMBER 03: Bryson DeChambeau of the United States reacts on the 15th green during the final round of the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston on September 3, 2018 in Norton, Massachusetts.  Bryson goes back-to-back This time in 2016, Bryson DeChambeau didn’t have his tour card. He’s now weeks away from cashing […]

Padraig Harrington’s new swing takeaway is something to behold

SEAN ZAK Monday, August 27, 2018 Padraig Harrington, 46 years young, came up just shy of his 16th career European Tour victory this past weekend, falling to Andrea Pavan by two strokes at the Czech Masters. In addition to his strong finish, Harrington cemented his legacy as a tinkerer. An elite tinkerer. Harrington displayed a very […]

A-F Girls Basketball 9-Hole Golf Scramble is this weekend!

A-F Girls Basketball 9-Hole Golf Scramble Sunday, August 19th 12 PM Registration |  1 PM shotgun start $40 entry fee per player which includes 9 holes of golf, cart, and food after the event. We’ll also have Raffle Prizes  and 50/50 Drawing! To Register:  Contact Loren Ebert at (608) 844-3980 or the Clubhouse at (608) 339-3814 Space […]

Inaugural GMO (Greater MoundView Open)

Inaugural GMO (Greater MoundView Open) Saturday, July 28th 10:30 AM Registration  |  Noon Shotgun Cost:  $60 per player **All proceeds raised to benefit the new Adams County Veterans Memorial** Event includes: 18 Holes with Cart 4 Person Scramble Food after Golf Hole Prizes Scratch and Handicap Cash Team Prize Silent Auction and Raffle Optional Mulligans […]

Firm, fast ‘Car-nasty’ takes center stage

Carnoustie, historically the toughest course in The Open’s rota, could see low scoring this week     CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – A record heat wave has tee shots at Carnoustie running faster than a caffeinated Usain Bolt. Players are hitting as little as 7-iron off the tee, and even long-irons are crossing the 300-yard barrier. The […]

Peterson reflects on retirement, future plans

On his first day of retirement, John Peterson drove an hour and a half from The Greenbrier to Roanoke, Va., flew to New York City, waited out a three-hour delay at LaGuardia, stomached some greasy airport food, tried to soothe his howling 8-month-old son on the entire flight home to Fort Worth (while apologizing to […]

Dave Pelz’s 10 truths about putting

By DAVE PELZ I could talk for weeks about my 50-year infatuation with all things putting. But I figured I’d just give you the CliffsNotes instead. 1. Putting is important. Regardless of skill level, putting accounts for approximately 43 percent of your total strokes, taking into account your good putting days and the ones where you’re […]