The public perception of a professional golfer is that of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson or Rory McIlroy hopscotching the planet on private jets and earning million-dollar paychecks -- sometimes just for showing up.
Judy Noyes is back loving the game she grew up playing.
Maddi Everts, Kilbrey Fowler, Patty Donnahoo and Joan Rose from the Champions Club at Hampton Creek combined to shoot a 3-under-par 69 and win the Chattanooga Women's City Team Championship on Tuesday at Council Fire.
Austin Peay's Jessica Cathey from Soddy-Daisy High School, Berry College's Rachel Rebne from Heritage, Birmingham-Southern's Kaleigh Toole and New Mexico's Sofia Hoglund from Baylor School and Lee University's Madison Alexander, Bernadette Little and Courtney Shelton were among the Women's Golf Coaches Association's All-American Scholars for 2013-14.
The old joke is that it takes five minutes to look like a golfer and five years to become one.
Scott Rollins started playing golf as a kid in a cow pasture.
Rick Floyd sank his fourth hole-in-one last Thursday at Brainerd, while playing with Ronnie Tucker, Charlie Hill and Ray Best. The ace was a 125-yarder on No. 14, and he used a 9-iron.
BETHESDA, Md. — Tiger Woods was back. Just not for very long.
Rubin Jacoway practiced his chipping and putting with his son Monday at Brainerd Golf Course.
Ringgold resident Sport Allmond qualified Monday at Old Fort Golf Club in Murfreesboro for the U.S. Junior Amateur next month at The Woodlands, Texas, near Houston.
Cancer could have killed him.
Wayne Stewart loved playing softball in his younger years. He played on a traveling team from the Atlanta area that went as far west as Houston and as far south as Tampa.
The final round of the U.S. Open golf tournament almost always falls on Father's Day.
One story-line dominates the U.S. Open.
Braxton Hunter played in the final grouping of the Ira Templeton Chattanooga Open. He knew he beat the other three guys in his group.