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  • Russell C. Palmer Cup Title Day's 'Biggest Thrill In Golf'

    WATERBURY — Ben Day needed only to two-putt from 25 feet on the first playoff hole to win the Russell C. Palmer Cup. He did one better than that. His left-to-right birdie putt from the fringe at the par-4 18th defeated John Flaherty to give...
  • High School Golf: Berlin Girls Unbeaten But Seeking Much More

    After finishing second to Greenwich at last year's state championship at Orange Hills Country Club, Berlin girls golf coach Jim Barnes told his players he was proud of them and reminded them that any other year their score of 346 was good enough for a...
  • On The Air Wednesday

    BASEBALL 10:30 a.m.: Rock Cats at Akron. 1410 11 a.m.: ACC Tournament: Clemson vs. Florida State. YES 2 p.m.: Athletics at Astros. MLB 7 p.m.: Rangers at Red Sox. ESPN, NESN; Radio: 1080 7 p.m.: Cardinals at Mets. SNY; Radio: 710 7 p.m.: Yankees...
  • St. Francis, Crescenta Valley High boys' golf teams finish strong at CIF

    Although the St. Francis High and Crescenta Valley boys’ golf teams weren’t able to get beyond their respective CIF Southern Section team divisionals, both squads came away pleased after earning top-10 finishes Monday. In the Central Team...
  • Valley Golf Hall of Fame to induct three

    Eugene Grace cut an imposing figure across Saucon Valley Country Club, the facility upon which he doted while president and chairman of Bethlehem Steel. In 1949, the story goes, Grace replaced all the grass on the Old Course, which hosted the U.S. Amateur...
  • Getting a thrill out of Ocean City

    Getting a thrill out of Ocean City
    Some people go to Ocean City to relax. They plop their chairs or blankets on the warm sand. They read a book or perhaps drift off for a nap, lulled by the shrieks of seagulls, the lapping of waves, the laughter of children. But for the past four years,...
  • Gymnast Jamie Stone places fifth in Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships | Community news

    Jamie Stone of World Class Gymnastics turned in a solid performance to finish fifth overall in the all-around at the Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, on Saturday. The 17-year-old Stone, competing in a field of 59...
  • USGA has new tool to combat slow play

    USGA has new tool to combat slow play
    Slow-playing golfers beware! The United States Golf Association has come up with a way to figure out who you are and to keep you from holding up everyone unfortunate enough to be in a group behind you. The USGA is doing this because slow play is one...
  • Wildlife documentary explores rare bird's fate

     Wildlife documentary explores rare bird's fate
    The fate of the greater sage grouse will be decided this year — the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service must decide by September if the increasingly rare bird should be protected under the Endangered Species Act — and as business interests and...
  • Clifton Park Golf Course turns 100

    Clifton Park Golf Course turns 100
    After an impossible 6-iron into the green on the par-5 18th, I nervously miss a straight ten-footer for birdie, but it’s a kick-in par. The putt drops. Seventy-one! That’s par for the course at Clifton Park and the best round of golf—...
  • Bettinardi putters make big impact on PGA Tour

    Bettinardi putters make big impact on PGA Tour
    On a spectacular June day on the North Shore, Bob Bettinardi wanted to spread the gospel. Bettinardi went to the practice range where the world's best 50-and-over players were prepping for the Encompass Championship. He planned to pitch his high-end...