Personal Sports Archive: April / May 2006
TeeTime: Course Profiles
Take a closer look at two relatively new courses in the Baltimore Area, Compass Pointe's East Course in Pasadena and Gunpowder Falls in Kingsville.
A Celebration of Trout
We are blessed in our region with many miles of trout streams that range from city-bound delayed-harvest creeks to near pristine mountain waters that are home to our precious native brook trout, and many varied habitats in between.
Tee Time: Customize Your Golf Game
When buying new clubs, a custom fitting doesn't take too long and should produce some great results.
An Angler's Journal
As I sat on the front porch of the lakefront cabin, bundled up in more clothes than I thought I'd brought, my thoughts turned from the lousy angling prospects to reflecting on my past successes and the tactics that had brought them about.
Tee Time: Hurley to Play Booz Allen Classic
A former United States Naval Academy All-American, Billy Hurley III of Annapolis has accepted a sponsor's exemption to compete in the 2006 Booz Allen Classic.
Baltimore Municipal Golf Names Executive Director
John Ladd was recently named executive director of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation (BMGC) where he will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the company's five city golf courses.
Hook Yourself Up With a Hybrid
A few years ago, leading golf manufacturing companies began introducing "utility" or "hybrid" clubs (others referred to them as "rescue clubs" or "iron-woods"). This new style of club combined the best elements from both fairway woods and long irons.
Inside the Outdoors: Spring Scouting
Now is the time to get out into your favorite woodlot, public land, or lease and start scouting for that big ol’ gobbler which became fair game on April 18. The early spring can benefit your hunting success throughout the year.
TeeTime: Get Your Sticks and Yourself in Shape for Golf
Living in the mid-Atlantic region, most golfers tend to pack away their clubs in early October and don't dust them off again until April. After nearly a six-month layoff, it takes time to knock the rust off your clubs and off your game.