State father-son tourney this weekend
Stonehenge Golf Club at Crossville is hosting the 34th annual TGA Father-Son Championship this Saturday and Sunday, and scoring will be modified Stableford for the 60 teams.
Defending champions Wes and Paul Korth will be trying for a sixth title.
A soaking storm in early May postponed the Cleveland Invitational until July 20-21 at Cleveland Country Club. Applications for the Chattanooga TPC Series event are available at the club and at www.IfYouLikeGolf.com.
Scenic City 18
The Chattanooga Times Free Press is seeking input from golfers, golf pros and others who enjoy the game to create the Scenic City 18. That is a project designed to select the best golf holes from courses in the area and combine them into ideal 18-hole combinations.
One Scenic City 18 will feature holes from private courses. Another will cover public courses from as far south as Calhoun and north as Manchester, as far west as Fort Payne and eastward to Chatsworth.
To nominate your favorite golf hole, public or private, please send an email to David Uchiyama at email@example.com.
Jan Dillard scored his third hole-in-one recently while on vacation. He aced No. 13 at Lost Key in Orange Beach, Ala., from 125 yards with a 9-iron. Chris Mitchell and Kenny Williams were witnesses.
Roy Steele made his second ace Saturday at Moccasin Bend. He used an 8-iron for the 151-yard tee shot on No. 6 while golfing with Josh Davidson.
Dennis Turbo scored a hole-in-one Saturday at Battlefield . He aced No. 3 from 144 yards with a 7-iron while playing as a single.
Fred Nicely hit his 10th hole-in-one Saturday at Creeks Bend on the 142-yard No. 10 hole with a 9-iron. A.J. Javadi, Tim Starne and Sam Killeffer were witnesses.
Matt Newell sank his first hole-in-one Monday at Moccasin Bend. He aced No. 10 at 177 yards with a 6-iron as Kirk Kain, Rob Balch and Ken Wilson watched.
Robert Lemmons scored his first hole-in-one back in May at Lupton City. He aced No. 6 from 182 yards with a 7-iron as James Hughes, Dub Sampley and Grady Elsea watched.
David Uchiyama is a sports writer at the Chattanooga Times Free Press who began his tenure here in May 2001. His primary beats are UTC athletics — specifically men’s basketball and athletic department administration — and golf, which includes coverage from the PGA Tour to youth events. He also covers other high school sports, outdoor adventures, and contributes to other sections of the newspaper when necessary. David grew up in Salinas, Calif., and began working ...