Jordan Spieth’s incredible 2015 golf year will likely go down as one of the best years ever on the PGA tour. He has four worldwide wins including the Masters and U.S. Open back-to-back, and he finished fourth in the Open Championship and second at -17 to Jason Day’s record -20 at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. Continue Reading →
A golf tournament named for a Black man is set to take place this weekend in Hastings.
Solomon Hughes, Sr. learned to play as a youngster growing up in his native Alabama. But he wasn’t allowed to play on the courses because of Jim Crow laws and customs in place at the time. Continue Reading →
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Health is a wonderful thing. It is a blessing we should never take for granted, and if you have it, be certain to give thanks. The world’s number-one golfer, Tiger Woods, is again battling to regain his standard of excellence. Over his incredible career he has had to overcome several injuries from knee surgery to leg and ankle and Achilles tendon problems. For the first time the dreaded back injury that golf announcers use as excuses for so many of their pro buddies’ play when they hit bad shots has now found its way to Woods. We are midway through March, and Tiger has not played well; he does not look like the record book of golf. Continue Reading →