Personal Sports Archive: May / June 2007
Classic Par Four Offers Challenge
As one of the oldest courses in Baltimore, the Suburban Club in Pikesville both stimulates senses and tests your golf game.
Summer Reading for Golfers
While there’s no doubt we all prefer to actually play golf during the summer, inevitably there’s always some downtime to enjoy some good golf books.
Ray Lewis on Unfamiliar Field of Play
Last week Ray Lewis traded in his cleats for golf shoes last week when he played host to the Edge Tech RSD Golf Classic at The Woodlands Golf Course in Windsor Mill.
TeeTime: Hastings Crowned MSGA Amateur Champ
Brad Hastings, from Hog Neck Golf Course in Easton, saw an early lead disappear in the afternoon round, then rallied in the stretch to capture the 86th MSGA Amateur championship.
Davis Brings Shootout To B'more
With 51 holes-in-one to his name, Mancil Davis has certainly earned the "King of Aces" moniker.
An Angler's Journal: Postcard From Alaska
You know, thought King Montgomery shortly after arriving in Alaska, if the fishing is halfway decent, I’m really going to like this place.
Hanes, Tendall Win Two-Man
Chad Hanes, 25, and Ryan Tendall, 39, won the 18th annual Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation's Two-man Team Championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course.
Dangers Lurk on the Golf Course
While golf has the reputation as a genteel pastime, golfers need to be mindful of some dangers lurking on the course, including ticks, sun exposure and lightning.
Breton Wins MSGA Team Championship
With 10 of its 12 players holdovers from last year's MSGA Team champion, Breton Country Club successfully defended its title on May 5, but not without a struggle.
"Hunkie Herb" Knows Healthy Living
Age hasn't kept 93-year-old Herb "Hunkie" Matz from staying fit. "Ever since I was born I've been working out," Matz said.
Challenging Finishing Hole Lurks at Hayfields
Nestled in the genteel countryside of northern Baltimore County lies one of the most challenging golf holes in the metro area and maybe even in all of Maryland.
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