Jeff Gallagher, a Revere Golf Club teaching professional and longtime tour player, and Tommy Armour III, a PGA Tour Champions player and Las Vegas resident, are in this week’s U.S. Senior Open field.
PGA Tour veteran Craig Barlow has played in eight major championships, made 167 cuts on the PGA Tour and 37 on the Web.com Tour, but his victory at the 1994 Nevada State Amateur played at Legacy Golf Club still stands out.
It’s getting more and more difficult to define exactly what golf is. To the purist, golf is defined as a game played by hitting a little white ball into a hole on a course while swinging irons, fairway metals and a putter.
For many years, I have been sharing a big idea whenever asked about ways to help improve attendance and excitement of Las Vegas’ annual PGA Tour event, the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
On Sunday, Las Vegas resident Aaron Wise won the AT&T Byron Nelson in Dallas. It was his first PGA Tour victory, and the 21-year-old now is in the conversation about the best young players on the tour.
Tiger Jam returns to Las Vegas this weekend for the 19th consecutive year, a fundraiser that has raised more than $20 million for the Tiger Woods Foundation.
Rossi Ralenkotter, who is being inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame on Friday, has been instrumental in Las Vegas golf history.
The organization offers clinics, lessons from PGA of America professionals, golf attire, golf-associated equipment, tournament entries, golf outings, access to para-mobile cart technology on the course, all at no charge to the veteran.
Christmas? Thanksgiving? New Year’s Day? For true golfers, these mega-holidays should pale in comparison to National Golf Day, which is Wednesday.
Shintaro Ban is putting together one of the best senior years in the history of the UNLV men’s golf program, and it’s coming as somewhat of a surprise even to him.