Seamus Power needs a big week to keep his PGA Tour Card.
Rhys Enoch won’t be playing in any more majors this year, but his career took another major step in the right direction last week.
Mike Poe has won 82 golf tournaments by last count, and last year’s East Tennessee Amateur was not one of them. Still, the one that got away at Elizabethton Golf Course last summer stands out as one of his favorites.
Tony Green certainly had a June to remember.
Rhys Enoch seems to have figured out a way to refine his golf game just in time to qualify for a major. He’s done it for the second year in a row and the third time in his career.
In almost 60 years of playing golf, Jenny Brock had never had a hole-in-one.
Cliff Kresge has been out of action on the PGA Tour Champions circuit for the past few weeks, but that’s about to change.
Rex Kuramoto is doing double duty this week in Scotland.
Jack Rhea proved how much patience can pay off in golf, a sport that tests the mental capacity of even the best players in the world.
The field for the Carter County Bank East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament remains strong even though the 24th annual tournament at Elizabethton Golf Course will be missing some of the usual suspects.
With an impressive state championship under his belt, Cayman Ratliff plans to return to the scene of some of the finest golf he’s ever played.
The local golf tournament scene heats back up this weekend when the Link Hills Invitational is held in Greeneville.
Golf’s biggest hitters will tee it up in Kingsport this summer when the World Long Drive Tour pays a visit.
The 13th annual Tillinghast Invitational golf tournament was Chad Barnett’s first as Johnson City Country Club’s course superintendent.
A look around the local golf landscape reveals several changes at area courses.