Maverick McNealy, a former Stanford All-American who is tied with Tiger Woods for the most wins in school history, is one of Las Vegas’ newest residents who plays on a major golf tour.
When Clark County Fire Chief Greg Cassell got the call at 10:15 p.m. Oct. 1, his heart sank. It was early on during the Route 91 Harvest concert shooting on the Strip, but he immediately knew the situation was dire.
I have been covering UNLV men’s golf coach Dwaine Knight and the Rebels since 1994 and have written about a dizzying amount of accomplishments.
A proposal to build homes on a portion of the Rhodes Ranch Golf Course has some community residents teed off.
UNLV officials announced Monday that the school’s new professional golf management center on campus will be named for men’s golf coach Dwaine Knight.
LPGA Tour star Natalie Gulbis has a lot on her mind. She underwent a fourth back surgery in September and will decide soon about whether or not to run for an open seat in Nevada’s third congressional district.
“You know what, I’m lucky that the Shriners Hospital and PGA Tour gave me the platform to help donate and help people here in the city of Las Vegas,” La Vegan Charley Hoffman said.
After the game, Kiffin wrote on his Twitter account, “Didn’t want to cover because of too much rat poison #keptuwatching #5-0 #cometothefau #playersgetweekendoff.”
Sweden’s Ricard Lockner made birdie on the 18th hole to defeat Jeff Gibralter of Rockwall, Texas, 1 up in the One Putt for One Drop high roller tournament. Lockner earned $110,000 for the victory.
Chesson Hadley went from a chance to win to missing the three-way playoff.