The Lee University duo of Courtney Shelton and Sam Burrus from the Nashville area leads the Tennessee Women's Four-Ball Championship after combining to shoot a 3-under-par 69 at Council Fire on Tuesday.
Thomas Paulsin gave his granddaughter, Marisa Boni, a great gift earlier this summer — a set of golf clubs.
The champ is on the ropes.
The USGA is returning to The Honors Course.
Kevin Rodden earned the $1,500 top prize in the Super Pro class Saturday night at the Brainerd Optimist Drag Strip, and Ron Lane won the new 275 Heads-Up class and $1,000. Lane, who owns Ron's Classic Cars in Soddy-Daisy, won with his 1972 Datsun 240 powerd by a 406 modified Chevrolet engine in a time of 5.51 seconds at 131 mph. Tony Taylor was second in a 1992 Mustang. Rodden won his class with a 5.98 run on a 5.98 dial in a 1977 Chevy Vega, and Tony Helms was second with a 5.10 on a 5.08 dial in the George Gossett dragster. David Bigham of Calhoun, Ga., won the Foot Brake class in a 1969 Dodge; Melvin Croft was second in his 1965 Plymouth. Jake Clayton won the Junior Dragster class with a 7.90 run on a 7.88 dial with a 1-cylinder Briggs & Stratton motor tuned by his father Mike, a former IHRA Super Gas world champion; Kaleb Winters was second.
Brian Costilow is running his ninth consecutive Leadville 100 trail race next weekend in his former hometown in Colorado, and this time he’ll be accompanied by nine other courageous folks from the Chattanooga area.
Andrew Weathers heard the cheers, jeers and chants as he walked Tuesday afternoon down the fourth fairway of the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior Jordan Britt shot a 16-over 158 and did not qualify for match play of the U.S. Women’s Amateur being held at the Country Club of Charleston, S.C.
Dylan Highsmith has learned of the perks that come with working at a golf course: free golf.
Tim Jackson is the champion of a young man's championship.
The Tennessee Fury ‘96 from Chattanooga registered their third top-five finish in an Amateur Softball Association national tournament when they placed third this past weekend in the 16-under nationals in Sunnyvale, Calif.
As planned, Chickamauga resident Mason Sims accompanied the United States youth fly-fishing team as an observer for the world championships in Ireland lasl week.
World Golf Hall of Fame member Payne Stewart came within inches of winning a trophy at Valleybrook Golf Club.
Mike Nelms, the head golf profesional at Creeks Bend, had an indirect but lasting impact on the life of Paul Hickman.
The Chattanooga Legends lived up to their nickname in the recent National Senior Games at Cleveland, Ohio. They won the 75-plus age division with a 5-0 record and a 90-33 run differential.