Scratch golfers and 30-handicappers will be able to face off for some serious fun on the new tour that will debut in March with The Tee Times as title sponsor
“Here birdie, birdie, birdie, birdie, birdie.” – Josh Hart of Jupiter
It’s a four-way tie for first on Monday as darkness prevented a playoff on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club in Boynton Beach.
Boca Raton’s Dean Greyserman took top honors in the 103rd Florida State Amateur a Black Diamond Ranch, becoming the first junior to win the event since Sam Horsfield.
Mini-tour veterans Justin Peters of Stuart and Zach Zaback of Farmington, Conn., were winners this week on the Minor League Golf Tour.
Wellington wonder has 10 SFPGA POY awards and this year took the crown in the regular and senior divisions
Longtime FSGA executive director Jim Demick passes the torch to Jeff Magaditsch after 23 very successful years.
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.
Brendan Hunter shot 8-under-par 62, with birdies on his three final holes at Country Club of Coral Springs, to win the first tournament of the Minor League Golf Tour’s 18th season.