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  • A Little Luck

    Bill Engibous used a nine-iron to shoot a hole-in-one on the 4th hole at Bay Ridge Golf Course in Sister Bay on Monday, July 13. He shot two under par for the course.

  • GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS

    ALPINE Alpine Women’s Golf League (July 14) • Event – Odd Hole Score: A Flight – Mary Aiken 24; B Flight – Georgiane Farley 28; C Flight – Marge Bricker 29; D Flight – Sharon Bergseth 32.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    July 25: Night Golfing, Stonehedge Golf, starts at dusk July 29 and Aug. 6: Golf instruction with former LPGA professional Julie Pyne. Wednesday evenings, 6:30 -7:30 pm.

  • Pro Golf Tips: Position Your Ball

    One of the most overlooked fundamentals in golf is ball position. What is ball position and why does it matter? Ball position is simply where the ball lies in your stance in relation to your front and back foot.

  • Growing the Game

    Until Jordan Spieth came along, I felt young. Running around in my early 20s talking to professional golfers 20 years my elder was somehow referred to as “work” and it offered a sense of youth showered in responsibility that just felt cool.

  • Tournament Time at Red Putter

    It’s tournament time again at The Red Putter Miniature Golf in Ephraim. Registration is now open for the 14th annual Red Putter Pro Tournament on Aug.

  • GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS

    ALPINE Alpine Women’s Golf League (July 7) • Event – Away Day at Idlewild, Throw Out Two Worst Holes: A Flight – Mary Aiken & Sara Junion 32; B Flight – Margie Staats 36; C Flight – Mady Ferdinand 40; D Flight – Sharon Bergseth 47.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    July 22, 29 and Aug. 6: Golf instruction with former LPGA professional Julie Pyne. Wednesday evenings, 6:30 -7:30 pm. $10 per person per lesson. Class size limited to 10.

  • Sign Up for Jocko Rader Scramble

    Golfers are invited to take part in the 24th annual Jocko Rader (J.R.) Senior Scramble on Aug. 13 at Idlewild Golf Course in Sturgeon Bay. The scramble begins with a shotgun start at 8 am.

  • Pro Golf Tips: To Chip or to Pitch?

    A common question I always get about the short game is, should I chip or should I pitch? First lets get a clear understanding of what each one is. Chipping is a shot with minimum air and maximum roll.

  • Pro Golf Tips

    When a new student comes to me for the first time, we spend several minutes talking about their game, their practice habits, their physical abilities and limitations, and lastly, what their goal is in getting some instruction.

  • GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS

    ALPINE Alpine Women’s Golf League (June 23) On June 30, eight hearty women started out on Alpine’s white #1. Twenty minutes later eight slightly wet and cold women were back at the clubhouse. The women’s league will continue at Idlewild Golf Course for one week. IDLEWILD Senior League (July 2) • Best Scores: Kent Wickman […]

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    July 11: “Tee Up for Ted” golf outing benefit, Idlewild Golf Course July 15: 8th Annual DKBEP/DCHBA Golf Challenge, four-person scramble, The Orchards Golf Course, 12 pm July 15, 22, 29 and Aug. 6: Golf instruction with former LPGA professional Julie Pyne. Wednesday evenings, 6:30 -7:30 pm. $10 per person per lesson. Class size limited […]

  • Pro Golf Tips

    The quickest and easiest way to improve your golf score is to improve your putting. Putting typically accounts for 40 to 50 percent of strokes. Therefore you should spend almost half of your practice time improving putting.

  • Tee Up for Ted

    On Jan. 5, 2015, the day after his 61st birthday, Ted Anderson was diagnosed with Stage 4A throat cancer. Doctors found the tumor sitting on top of his voice box.

  • GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS

    ALPINE Alpine Men’s League June 16 • Low Gross: A Flight – John Borycki 41; B Flight – Harry Proctor 40; C Flight – Jocko Rader 46; D Flight – Randy Kenny 48.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    July 8, 15, 22, 29 and Aug. 6: Golf instruction with former LPGA professional Julie Pyne. Wednesday evenings, 6:30 -7:30 pm. $10 per person per lesson.

  • Rolling the Dice: The art of waging hard-earned money on golf

    There’s something to be said for paying rent in Manhattan and concurrently wagering hard-earned money on sports. That “something” usually sounds similar to, “Are you crazy?” While that reaction might seem warranted, I’ll gladly keep my proverbial earmuffs on, because I’m not listening.

  • Pro Golf Tips

    After being up in Door County for more than a month now and seeing all that is available for families, friends and couples, it reminds me how lucky I am to be living a life helping people with their golf games.

  • Hole In One

    John Udelhofen got a hole-in-one on Hole 17 at Maxwelton Braes Golf Course on June 19. It was John’s first hole-in-one in all the years he has played golf and the golf course’s first of the 2015 season.