Jerry Fitzgerald loved softball.
Bill Butler celebrated his first hole-in-one on Aug. 2 at Council Fire. It was on No. 14, playing 155 yards, and he used a 6-iron with Charlie Mason, Scott Johnson and Bill Harris as witnesses.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Keith Mitchell still surprises his dad, although Jerry Mitchell has seen his son play hundreds of rounds of golf.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The challenge finally arrived for Rory McIlroy, and he was better than ever Sunday to win the PGA Championship.
Keith Mitchell had a decision — a difficult one.
Matt Robertson zapped all of the drama out of another tournament at Brainerd Golf Course.
Matt Robertson works at Brainerd Golf Course.
Matt Robertson knows the routine.
Former Baylor School and Lee University golfer Matt Emery is second after the first round of the 99th annual Tennessee Amateur after a 3-under-par 67 at Memphis Country Club, and fellow Franklin resident and Lee golfer Taylor Davis is tied for fourth at 68.
Matthew Mahle had no need for a rabbit's foot or a four-leaf clover on Wednesday.
Nick Blakely has completed the coursework to earn a master's degree from Lipscomb University. He just needs to write his thesis -- the hard part.
Frank Alford Chattanooga Business Development Consultant
Sport Allmond won the City Junior tournament Monday and Tuesday at WindStone with a 140, three shots better than Tucker Venable. Dylan Lillard and Tucker Windham won the younger boys' divisions with a 146 and a 148, respectively, and Kaitlyn Sneed was the girls' victor by nine shots with a 149.
Matt Mahle signed his scorecard, returned his golf cart and made a few phone calls after finishing his opening round of the Choo-Choo Invitational.
The Choo-Choo Invitational started with an idea: Why couldn’t Chattanooga host a highly rated amateur golf tournament every year?