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.
The standing-room-only crowd at Cattails at MeadowView Golf Course was primed and ready. When Golf Channel’s cameras came on, it was showtime, and nobody did it better than Justin James and Emily Tubert.
Chris Woods, a former assistant pro at Cattails at MeadowView, is about to embark on a new golf adventure called Golf Amplified. It’s an indoor golf simulator with a technologically advanced practice green.
Chance Taylor romped to an eight-stroke win in the boys' 16-18 masters division at the Tri-Cities PGA Junior Amateur Championship on Monday at The Virginian Golf Course. Katerina Scott from Kingsport scored a three-stroke victory for the girls' 12-18 division title.
"I had come here forever watching my dad play in the invitational. It's really cool to win now that I'm older. I have always liked playing here and I enjoy the course. It's good to finally get a win here."
Lucas Armstrong doesn’t care how many names would be below his on the scoreboard if he won the Ridgefields Invitational. As long his was at the top.
A couple of former champions jumped to the front of the leaderboard at the 69th annual Ridgefields Invitational golf tournament on Friday.
Tyler Lane got to pick one golf tournament to play this summer after his wife recently gave birth to their second child. Apparently he chose the right one.
For the second year in a row, Tyler Lane is atop the leaderboard going into the final round of the East Tennessee Amateur. The Knoxville golfer wants to close it out this time.
It’s safety first at the Carter County Bank East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament, so the first round of the 24th annual event was suspended Friday when a thunderstorm rolled through and the threat of another one loomed.
Jeremy Beachner played 100 holes at Johnson City Country Club on Sunday. The golf pro was raising money for the Folds of Honor Foundation, whose motto is “Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.”
Elizabethton Golf Course might be under new management, but the Carter County Bank East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament will be run as usual in its 24th year.