Call out for ‘Local Legends’
Friday, February 15, 2013
There are many amateur golfers who have compelling stories to tell. Do you know of a “Local Legend”?
Golfweek wants to hear about golfers with impressive amateur records on the state and local scene. Several will be highlighted in our annual Amateur Issue on May 10.
Send nominations with brief credentials to email@example.com or fax to 407-563-7077 (Attn.: Local Legends) by March 2. Please include name, address and contact information for the nominee.
Brady Exber effectively ended Golfweek's senior-amateur player-of-the-year race in August when he captured the British Senior Amateur Championship in Yorkshire, England.
The Golfweek Senior National Championship will be contested at Stone Creek Golf Club in Ocala, Fla.
Sam Till Jr. waited 12 months for a chance to defend his Senior Division title at the <em>Golfweek</em> Senior Tour Championship. And it paid off as Till was able to hoist the trophy once again.
Call Charlie Busbee the senior-amateur tour version of Vijay Singh. Busbee is a self-proclaimed range rat, who enjoys time spent grooving his swing in practice.
The Golfweek Senior Amateur schedule, consisting of the events that make up Golfweek's national senior ranking, is listed below with contact information and point values.
As November approaches, the Golfweek Senior Amateur Rankings continue to be a who’s-who of senior amateur golf. The question is, which “who” will end up at the top of the rankings on the final day of December.
A look at the Golfweek Senior Tour Championship.
The golf clubs of the four semifinalists at the U.S. Senior Amateur, played this week at the Big Canyon Country Club in Newport Beach, Calif.
The Round of 64 at the U.S. Senior Amateur always makes for an exciting day. But when that day begins with a playoff to decide the final match-play spots? Well, that's just icing on the cake.
It came down to the very last hole, but Steve Hudson managed to hold off Pat Thompson on Tuesday to win the inaugural Golfweek Senior Match Play Championship, while Don Marsh took the super senior title.
The Golfweek Senior National Match Play Championship has been whittled down to four players. Steve Hudson and Pat Thompson will meet in the Senior division final on Aug. 12 at the Dormie Club in West End, N.C., and Walt Martin will meet Don Marsh in the Super Senior final.
Bill Leonard feels better when he can fly right under the nose of his fellow senior competitors. But Leonard, 65, can only win so many matches and qualify for so many top tournaments before that goes right out the window.
The Sandhills on the golf-rich outskirts of Pinehurst, N.C., will provide a tricky venue for some of the nation’s top seniors at the Golfweek Senior National Match Play Championship. Keep an eye on these notable players in the field
Arlis Pike strung together rounds of 67-68 for a 135 total to win the 6th Carolina’s Super Senior Championship on Tuesday at High Meadows Golf & Country Club in Roaring Gap, N.C.
Information on Golfweek's inaugural senior match-play championship, which will be held Aug. 10-12 at the Dormie Club near Pinehurst, N.C.
Paul Simson earned his fifth John T. Lupton Memorial title in seven appearances, while Ted Smith and Mike McCoy won their respective 2014 divisions.
Fred Rowland’s golf story will come full circle in July, when he joins the Kansas Golf Association Hall of Fame. Only 10 other amateurs have joined the 41-member Hall, and Rowland is an appropriate addition.
When the last putt dropped on the Stadium course at the Golfweek Senior Amateur, Ron Carter and Ted Smith found themselves in a familiar position: atop of their respective divisions' leaderboards, earning wins.
Ron Carter of Monticello, Ind., took advantage of perfect scoring conditions at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif., leading the senior division of the <em>Golfweek</em> Senior Amateur.