Personal Sports Archive: July / August 2007
Patriot Golf Day Gives Back
On Saturday more than 1,000 golf courses across the country will be participating in Patriot Golf Day, a nationwide event to raise money for families of those who have become disabled or lost their lives in the line of duty for the U.S. Military.
"Endless Golf" Offers Unique Look
For 15 years, Bobby Vermillion has been giving golfers who couldn’t make it to the course on a Saturday morning a taste of what they’re missing.
Jones Takes Home Women's Publinx
Ellie Jones followed up her 2005 Women's Publinx title with another win in 2007, firing a 6-over 77 at Forest Park Golf Course.
Local Juniors Take to the Links
Gunpowder Falls Golf Course’s weeklong Junior Golf Academy provided an opportunity for Maryland's youngest golfers to learn the game.
Rehmans Drive Away With Father-Son Title
Ryan and Robert Rehman used a selected-drive, alternate-shot round to propel them to the championship of the 67th MSGA Father-Son championship at Wakefield Valley Golf Club.
Maryland's Hall of Fame Golfers
Baseball doesn't produce Maryland's only Hall of Famers. A number of golfers have made it into the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame.
Anybody Got A Match? Not For Veteran Medlin
When it comes to playing the golf course, friends who know Al Medlin respect his bulldog toughness and ability to get the job done.
Visit Wakefield Valley after a Trip to Ravens Camp
The wide variety of holes at Wakefield Valley Golf Club in Westminster -- the course offers three separate nine-hole tracts (green, white and gold) -- is challenging and visually appealing.
Six Year Old Has Eyes On PGA Tour
Perry Hall resident Brandon Wilson was hooked on golf from the moment he picked up a club, and at the tender age of 6, he’s already making his presence known as a force in the U.S. Kids Tournament Series.
Better Late Than Never For Wingerd
Billy Wingerd never had sole possession of the lead in the 86th Maryland Open until his final putt capped a stunning birdie-birdie finish and left defending champion Chip Sullivan in second place.
Project Healing Waters 2-Fly Tourney
Eastern Blue Ridge Fly Fishers held a Project Healing Waters fundraising 2-Fly Tournament for wounded soldiers from the Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam wars.
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