It was a cold, windy day on Tuesday at Las Vegas Golf Club and Rea Tritle would have been proud of the ladies who braved the elements.
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.
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.
“It is one of the of the greatest courses I’ve seen in my lifetime and I just couldn’t find any flaw,” 7-time major champion and World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Gene Sarazen said in a 1968 article.
Maury Gallagher is the CEO and chairman of Allegiant Airlines, but he sat on a panel labeled “New Kids on the Block” on golf business organized by the National Golf Course Owners Association.
Original Rio Secco golf course architect Rees Jones and Butch Harmon, who operates his school at the Henderson facility, were present Tuesday for the reopening after a $2 million renovation.
Former UNLV golfer and Web.com Tour player AJ McInerney, his girlfriend and her brother were in the crowd when the shots rang out.
Daron Dorsey played at UNLV from 1994 to 1998 and was a member of the Rebels’ national championship team in 1998. He didn’t contribute a stroke during the title run, but off the course he was the ultimate role model.