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  • Maddening

    “Golf is a sport unlike any other.” It’s a cliché used far too much. Of course, it’s different, just as all sports are different. It’s different in goal; different in strategy; different in purpose, etc.

  • Drive Time

    Golfer Peter Ewing of Northbrook, Illinois tees off on #13 at The Orchards in Egg Harbor.

  • Putt Putt Pros

    Members of the extended family of Tom and Ruthann Grantham show how many holes in one they had after a round at Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf in Sister Bay on July 2.

  • Register for the Classic

    Mark calendars now for the Peninsula Park Golf Classic, scheduled for Aug. 24 at the Peninsula State Park Golf Course. The format is an 18-hole, four person scramble.

  • League Results

    Golf League Results

  • Len Villano

    Loving the Game

    The scenario could not, on face value, be more improbable:  starting a semi-pro football team on a rather remote peninsula with a year-round population of less than 28,000 individuals. But that is exactly what three friends, with years of experience playing semi-pro football, did last year. And not only did they start a team from […]

  • League Results

    County league results.

  • Gearing Up

    Golf is a funny game, where you can be just as skilled at 17 years old as you are at 70…and at 37, and at 57, etc. It’s the most generationally competitive sport out there, other than bocce ball, maybe.

  • 18-Holes, Prizes, Dinner

    Good Samaritan Scandia Village will host the nineteenth annual Grand Scandia Golf Benefit at Peninsula State Park Golf Course on July 20 with tee-off at noon.

  • League Results

    Results from county leagues.

  • Showing Up Grandpa

    On June 19, while golfing with his Grandpa Wayne Kiehnau and Leon Hasenjager, twelve-year-old Tyler Kiehnau scored a hole-in-one with an eight iron, on hole 17 at the Orchards Golf Course in Egg Harbor.

  • Share Your Golfing Photos

    We know you’re snapping a photo or two while playing on Door County’s many golf courses. Whether teeing off, putting for par, or goofing off with your golf buddies – we want them all.

  • Ready for the Spotlight

    The World Cup is something that, even if you are allergic to sport, tucked under a rock at the bottom of an ocean, is probably impossible to avoid. In a country that breeds nationalism, any jersey with the three letters “USA” stitched across a competitive chest will excite even the shiest of Americans.

  • An Amateur and A Veteran

    Working in the GOLF Magazine office generally has its perks. Professional golfers will periodically make appearances. The latest and greatest equipment hits our desk long before it hits retail.

  • Tee Up for Workforce Readiness

    The Door Kewaunee Business & Education Partnership (DKBEP) announces the details of their 7th annual Golf Challenge fundraiser. The Orchards Golf Course in Egg Harbor will once again host the event on July 16 with registration and free use of the driving range beginning at 10:30 am and a shotgun start at 12 pm.

  • Golf League Results

    League results from around the county.

  • Start ‘em Young

    Golf can be an expensive hobby. Just about any way you slice it, pun intended, weekly trips to the fairways can rack up quite the bill. This has become the fretful realization of my first few weeks in New York.

  • Golf that Gives

    Tickets are available for the second annual Bill Boettcher Dinner & Golf Event, presented by Horseshoe Bay Golf Club and the Door County Community Foundation.

  • Golf League Results

    League results from around the county.

  • A Perfect Course for a Beginner

    I sat in my Door County kitchen last week, writing thank-you notes to friends and family as a playoff hockey game filled the background. Mom was curled up in the nearest La-Z-Boy, peppering me with questions about the rink, the players, the rules, the coaches, etc.