Two dozen pros participated in Monday’s world-class Pro-Am scramble, the largest fundraiser of the year for the only children’s hospital in the Tri-Cities region. To date, the event has raised over $5 million.
The longest-running invitational golf tournament in the region tees off Saturday with a host of returning players, including the defending champions in the top three flights.
Kingsport’s Isabella van der Biest qualified for the U.S. Girls Junior Championship with her third-place finish Tuesday in the sectional qualifier at Cartersville Country Club.
Bryan Bentley has been on the job for less than two weeks, yet the new head professional at Pine Oaks Golf Course is already feeling at home.
Kingsport’s Austin Carter closed with a 2-under 70 on Thursday to finish tied for seventh at 11-under 205 following the final round of the Tennessee State Open at Greystone Golf Club in Dickson.
Jack Rhea was tied for fifth, three shots behind leader Hunter Wolcott, after the first round of the Tennessee State Open on Tuesday at Greystone Golf Club
Rising Dobyns-Bennett junior Isabella van der Biest had a 2-under 142 total to win the Tennessee Section PGA Junior girls championship at Riverbend Country Club on Tuesday.
When competitors tee it up on July 5 at Elizabethton Golf Course, they’ll be playing in the William B. Greene Jr. East Tennessee Amateur.
The 14th annual Tillinghast Invitational needed an extra hole to determine the championship, and a veteran took the trophy home at Johnson City Country Club on Sunday.
Gate City native Chance Taylor closed out Saturday’s opening round of the 14th Tillinghast Invitational with a birdie that gave him a share of the lead on a packed leaderboard.
Johnson City Country Club professional Jeremy Beachner wants the scores to go down when the club hosts the 14th annual Tillinghast Invitational on June 1-2.
The first of 60 Seniors Golf League tournaments this season is scheduled for Monday, March 18 at McDonald Hills in Rogersville.
Local amateur golfers continued their mastery of local professionals at the Tri-Cities Cup Matches on Thursday.
It was a weekend for aces at local golf courses where no fewer than six holes-in-one were reported.
An era will come to an end Friday when Mark Houser shows up to work at Warriors Path Golf Course for the last time.