The course at Putnam National was open for play on Monday, and now the facility on Hill Street in Mahopac is opening up it’s locker rooms to neighbors in need of a shower in the wake of Irene. There are still a number of people without power in the area…. Read More →
Nicole Morales grabbed the first-round lead at the Lincoln Women’s Met Amateur Championship, firing a 3-under 69 Tuesday at Canoe Brook Country Club. The 15-year-old amateur who plays out of GlenArbor is one shot in front of Rockrimmon assistant Liz Janangelo and two in front of Fairview assistant Kristin Walla… Read More →
It would take more than a good pair of FootJoys to stay high and dry in the wake of Irene, so the MGA has postponed its Senior Open, which had been scheduled for today and tomorrow at Crestmont Country Club in West Orange, N.J. A new date is being worked… Read More →
I was able to catch up with Johnson Wagner on Friday after he missed the cut at The Barclays. He was driving the ball so incredibly well at Plainfield Country Club, but the irons were a little off. And since the field was rolling in birdies every other hole, it… Read More →
I had my hands full from the moment I left The Barclays on Friday night, so here’s a story that didn’t get immediately posted in case you missed it: Max Buckley was poised to pull of fanother upset at the U.S. Amateur Championship when Patrick Cantlay stormed back in the… Read More →
Frank Becerra Jr. was dodging the raindrops again today, and shot most of the contenders today at Sleepy Hollow Country Club during the final round of the 96th Met Open. Click here for the gallery. Above, Del Ponchock of Hudson National lobs the ball onto the 12th green.
You have to read the whole story in the morning. Tyler Hall was ready to pack it in after seven long years. He was suffering a crisis of confidence and cash. Injuries were forcing him to start thinking about finding a more stable career. And he’s getting married in April,... Read More →
Max Buckley was two-down when play was suspended at the U.S. Amateur because of darkness on Wednesday, but he was feeling pretty good. The 21-year-old from Rye won the last four holes against New Orleans resident Patrick Christovich and moved onto the Round of 32 at Erin Hills with a… Read More →
Frank Becerra Jr. spent the last two days at Sleepy Hollow Country Club filling up his memory card. To view a gallery of photos from Round 1, click here. To view a gallery photos from Round 2, click here.
Nobody knows what the weather has in store, but no matter when the storms roll in, somebody is going to have to conquer Sleepy Hollow to win the 96th Met Open. It’s playing very difficult. There was at least one six-putt out there during the second round. Morgan Hoffman, who… Read More →