ELIZABETHTON — Last year, the 26th annual East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament got a new name. This year, it’s getting a new date.
Bryan Bentley has been on the job for less than two weeks, yet the new head professional at Pine Oaks Golf Course is already feeling at home.
Kingsport’s Cliff Kresge made his trip to Japan one to remember.
ELIZABETHTON — Bill Greene has been the man behind the scene for years at the East Tennessee Amateur golf tournament.
The 14th annual Tillinghast Invitational needed an extra hole to determine the championship, and a veteran took the trophy home at Johnson City Country Club on Sunday.
Nick Cohen called it a good day when, in fact, nobody had ever had a better day in the Tillinghast Invitational — even if it only led to a third-place finish.
The temperatures outside are finally rising, but Johnson City Country Club professional Jeremy Beachner wants the scores to go down when the club hosts the 14th annual Tillinghast Invitational.
A green jacket — not that green jacket — will be on the line this spring at Glenrochie Country Club.
Mark Houser, retired golf pro at Warrior’s Path State Park, received the Tennessee PGA’s highest honor at an awards ceremony held Monday in Nashville.
Johnson City Country Club has a new head golf professional.
Local amateurs continued their mastery of local professionals at the Tri-Cities Cup golf matches Thursday at Johnson City Country Club.
It was a weekend for aces at local golf courses as no fewer than six holes-in-one were reported.
KINGSPORT — An era will come to an end Friday when Mark Houser shows up to work at Warriors Path Golf Course for the last time.