BEST FRIENDS ND Thank you!
A special thanks to all of those who helped with our 7th annual Glow Ball Golf Scramble! We could not have done it without our sponsors, players, and volunteers.
Gold Level Sponsor:Wyoming ... Posted on 6/18/13 at 9:30 AM
EH? PLUS Bill Downs Jr. Memorial Golf Scramble is June 28 in Superior
The Bill Downs Jr. Memorial Golf Scramble is June 28 at Nemadji Golf Course in Superior.
The event benefits the Humane Society of Douglas County.
The cost is $25 per person, with four-person teams, ... Posted on 6/14/13 at 3:29 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG How Many Hobbies Can One Man Have?
After probably about a 10 year break/vacation I was able to take a bike ride on a brand new Specialized bike just a couple days ago. I haven't possessed a bike since I was in high school but I must ad... Posted on 5/28/13 at 1:08 PM
The UND women’s golf team had just one top-three finish a year ago. That third-place finish came in the Cobber Open against primarily Division II competition. Three weeks into the 2013 season and North Dakota already has three top-three finishes.
In the closest Eastern Dakota Conference meet of the girls high school season, Fargo Davies shot a 342 to win the championship at King’s Walk. Fargo North was second with a 350, one shot ahead of Red River and Fargo Shanley. Grand Forks Central was seventh with a 392.
Caroline Hedwall became the first player in Solheim Cup history to win five matches, and the final point was for more than the 24-year-old Swede. She stuck her approach on the 435-yard 18th hole into 4 feet for a birdie that gave her a 1-up win over Michelle Wie and assured Europe of keeping the cup.
The final moments Saturday at Oak Hill brought out more emotion as big putts kept falling in the PGA Championship. Oak Hill finally had enough elements for a tough test, and Furyk showed enough of his western Pennsylvania grit for a 2-under 68 and a one-shot lead over Dufner.
Adam Scott began the final major of the year with a tee shot deep into the trees. He ended the opening round of the PGA Championship by having to gouge out of deep rough. It was the golf in between that was some of the best he has ever played, even for an Australian with a green jacket.
Fresh off a seven-shot victory at a World Golf Championship — his fifth win of the season — Woods showed up at Oak Hill late Monday afternoon and spent most of his time chipping and putting, trying to learn the nuances of the greens. Remember, his failure to adjust to the greens is what derailed him at the British Open two weeks ago.
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