Personal Sports Archive: March/April 2007
Fly Presentations Guaranteed to Work
King Montgomery presents a few time-tested and proven methods for catching fish that work when all else fails.
Bishop Brings Power To Local Golfers
For nearly 15 years Tim Bishop served as the strength and conditioning coach for the O's, and he's currently training local golfers through his Power Golf program.
Gearing Up for Golf Season, Part II
One ritual almost all golfers savor this time of year is treating themselves to a new piece of equipment, whether it's really needed or not.
Finding Value In Autograph Collecting
Strecker the Collector offers his advice on how to maximize the value of your autograph collection, and some common pitfalls to avoid in the autograph game.
Gear Up for Golf Season
Like baseball teams in spring training, hope springs eternal in April for amateur golfers. They declare that this will be the year they dedicate themselves to improving their game.
Hunting Whitetailes In Spring: A Different Game
Right now is a perfect time for deer hunters to locate areas where deer live, feed and sleep, search out signs of their trails and behavior and maybe, if lucky, find a nice shed antler or two.
"Good Old Days" for Pro Golf in Area
Suddenly, Maryland is a hotbed for professional golf tournaments. chances are, within about 50 miles of where you are sitting right now, no less than five pro tournaments will be played between May and October of this year.
Golf Season Tees Off Early
One unforeseen benefit of this year's early switch to Daylight Savings Time is that it allows more light for late afternoon and twilight golf. Several area courses have seen a change already.
Tee Time: Tiger on the Prowl in D.C.
Golf icon Tiger Woods was in the area last week to announce the new tournament he will be hosting down the road in Washington, D.C. beginning this year.
Between a Rockfish and a Hard Place
King Montgomery says, if you want to hang a 42-plus inch fish over the fireplace, take measurements and a photo and have a reproduction made; let the fish go.
Gem on the Shores of the Chesapeake
Nestled on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Baltimore County, Rocky Point Golf Course offers area golfers an ideal wintertime retreat.
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