Category: Sports

  • Leaderboard

    Weekly league results and top scores.

  • Junior Golf is Here!

    Junior golf is just around the corner, and area courses are gearing up for their youth summer programs.

  • Upcoming Events

    Upcoming golfing events.

  • IdleWild Gearing Up For the Season

    For the month of May, IdleWild is offering 10 minutes of free lessons. Free lessons will also be available at the May 29 “TaylorMade and Callaway Demo Day” from 9 am – 1 pm.

  • Alpine Ladies League Seeks Players

    The Alpine Womens’ Golf Association is actively seeking new members at all levels for the 2010 season. In past years, the Alpine WGA has consisted of nine-hole match play, but by majority vote, the new format will be individual play with all members eligible for prizes after eight rounds.

  • First Big Cup At Peninsula State Park

    For the first time in history, Peninsula State Park will host a Big Cup Team Scramble tournament this spring. This will mark the first team scramble to be played in the park in recent history, and although not confirmed, quite possibly the first scramble to date.

  • DeJardin Moves to The Orchards

    For the first time since its inception in the mid-‘90s, the popular Jeff DeJardin Memorial four-person scramble will be held at The Orchards in Egg Harbor rather than its usual home in Sturgeon Bay at IdleWild.

  • High School Golf Wrap-Up

    The golf season is just underway for most of us. Yet, the Packerland Conference high school golf season came to a close Tuesday, May 4 at its final 18-hole conference championship at Northbrook Country Club in Luxemburg.

  • Maxwelton Braes Open For Business

    After a winter and spring of speculation and uncertainty, Maxwelton Braes Golf Course will be open this summer after all. Paul Becker, a Baileys Harbor native who learned how to play on the course, has signed a lease with Baylake Bank to operate the course through the summer.

  • Making the Turn

    Farewells and Final Rounds

    Well, my fellow golfers, another season has once again come and gone. With not much of a spring and an unusually cool summer, our window of playable weather seemed much too small.

  • Player Profile

    Pete Clikeman
    Sister Bay

    Home Course:  Peninsula State Park and Maxwelton Braes.
    Handicap:  16
    Years Playing:  “Since I was in 8th grade.

  • Making The Turn

    Fuller Contributes To Phoenix Victory

    Cam Fuller, a 2008 graduate from Sevastopol High School and current freshman on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay men’s golf team, recently had an impressive showing in his college debut at the Erv Kaiser Invitational in Oxbow, North Dakota.

  • Player Profile

    Tony Gonzales
    Baileys Harbor

    Home Course:  Maxwelton Braes
    Handicap:  6
    Years Playing:  About 20 years
    Best 18-hole score:  65, at Maxwelton Braes in 2007
    Hole-in-one(s)?:  One.

  • Making the Turn

    A Full Field Supports The “Johnny G”

    For the eighth year in a row, the popular Johnny G Golf Scramble held at Maxwelton Braes sold out to a field of 140 men and women golfers.

  • Player Profile

    John Goettleman
    Sturgeon Bay

    John, a “seasoned” local golfer, competed this year in both the Senior State Amateur as well as the Cherryland Open.

  • Making the Turn

    Horseshoe Bay Hosted Senior State Amateur

    Touted as one of the three biggest amateur tournaments directed by the Wisconsin State Golf Association, the Senior State Amateur took place this year at Horseshoe Bay on August 24 and 25.

  • Player Profile

    Sue (Small) Burlo Sturgeon Bay Sue is currently enjoying possibly her best year of golf. She has posted an impressive eight rounds in the 70’s, and is looking forward to competing in the Cherryland Open this September.

  • Making the Turn

    Senior State Amateur Visits Door County Touted as one of the three biggest amateur tournaments directed by the Wisconsin State Golf Association, the Senior State Amateur took place this year at Horseshoe Bay on August 24 and 25.

  • Player Profile

    Russ Jorgenson
    Washington Island

    Home Course:  Deer Run, Washington Island
    Handicap:  6
    Years Playing:  “Since I was about 25 years old.

  • Making the Turn

    Horseshoe Bay To Host Cherryland

    For the first time in the 53 years of this historic Door County tournament, the Cherryland Open will be held at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday, September 12 and 13.