Keith Nolan has been around golf his entire life, so it’s only fitting he’s still making a living at the game.
ELIZABETHTON — Louie Hopkins will tell you he’s as old as the dirt at Elizabethton Golf Course.
KINGSPORT — As the sports world slowly begins to come out of the hole it was put into by the novel coronavirus, golf seems to be leading the way.
ELIZABETHTON — It has a new date, but the organizers of the William B. Greene Jr. East Tennessee Amateur are hoping for the same kind of success they’ve had for the past 26 years.
Tony Wallingford has experienced more success than most during his years at the helm of both the Milligan College golf and men’s basketball programs.
The Tillinghast Invitational is the first tournament on the local golf schedule and the way things are going, it might be the first competitive event to take place on the local sports calendar.
The Tennessee Golf Association has been forced to make a few changes to the state tournament schedule because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but only one major event has been canceled.
Fewer teams will qualify to play in conference tournaments under a cost-savings plan released Thursday by the Southern Conference Council of Presidents and Directors of Athletics.
Jenny Brock has had a lot of adventures during her lifetime, but one of the things that has remained constant for the Johnson City mayor is her relationship with the game of golf.
Ask Mike Voitlein what he remembers about serving as a caddie for a PGA Tour victory and he laughs.
We asked local club pros to tell us in their own words about the greatest or most memorable shots they’ve ever hit in their golf careers.
Just call them the All-American family.
It appears as though the local golf scene will go unscathed by the restrictions made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic.
Bill Fuller is a man of the great outdoors.
Editor’s note: Second of a two-part series on professional golfer Cliff Kresge.