A new tour highlights our first edition of the new year. The Coast Cup Golfers Tour, set to debut here in South Florida in March, is open to anyone who loves the game, whether you are a scratch golfer or carrying around a 30 handicap.
Author Lawrence Hollyfield
Wellington National went above and beyond to salvage the season for some South Florida high school golfers.
Turkeys normally get the headlines this time of year, but there is nothing normal about this year. So we start the month thinking about birdies – and jackets of green, and an Augusta National we’ve never seen.
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The coronavirus pandemic has generated waves and waves of mind-numbing statistics, a whole lot of uncertainty and advice that lasted only a little longer than a gallon of milk. An area of stability, certainty and progress during this pandemic has come from testing. A recent breakthrough has made that process easier.
Andrew McLauchlan and Aaron Whitley took home Florida Junior Tour Major victories on Monday, Sept. 7 at Stone Creek Golf Club in Ocala. McLauchlan was victorious in the Boys 13-18 Division, while Whitley captured the win in the Girls 13-18 Division.
Manuela Herrera had a memorable day on Monday, Sept. 7, winning the Girls Division of the Labor Day Classic in a playoff at PGA National-Estates in Palm Beach Gardens.