Last Monday, the new owners re-introduced the private club during a media event that featured current Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman and former mayor Oscar Goodman, who previously were members.
Brian Hurlburt’s golf notebook appears Thursdays.
Optimism was high for UNLV women’s golf as the spring season began this week. The Rebels best finish was seventh in the fall, but a dominating 39-stroke win at this week’s Battle at Boulder Creek could be the sign of bigger things to come.
Johnny Miller’s epic broadcasting career ended when NBC Sports’ third-round coverage of the raucous Waste Management Phoenix Open concluded Saturday.
Todd Roberts, the 2018 Southern Nevada Golf Association senior player of the year, has known Butch Harmon for about two decades and remains his friend and golf student despite Harmon’s critiques and playful jabs.
Flashback about a decade ago to the dark days during the recession. The powers that be at UNLV were faced with difficult decisions, among them, what curriculums needed to be slashed to balance the budget.
TaylorMade M5 and M6 clubs with injected twist face, Callaway Golf Epic Flash created with artificial intelligence and the second generation of Parsons Extreme Golf (PXG) 0811X and XF drivers featuring Hot Rod technology.
Exciting stuff is always happening in Las Vegas golf and several memorable moments and events took place in 2018. Here’s a few that stood out.
At least 31 major golf rules changes were implemented as of Jan. 1 by the U.S. Golf Association and Royal and Ancient in the first major revision and modernization since 1984.
With all due respect to Tiger Woods and other PGA Tour players, Bryson DeChambeau, known as the “mad scientist,” is the world’s most interesting golfer.
Resident David Lipsky and resident and former UNLV golfer Kurt Kitayama recently won in the 2018-19 European Tour, giving Las Vegas golfers two wins the tour’s first six tournaments.
On Oct. 2, 1993, George H. W. Bush was about to hit a shot out of a Spanish Country Club bunker when his playing partner, head pro Jerry Roberts, gave him a tip.
The Dwaine Knight Center for Golf Management has become the place for men’s and women’s players and professional golf management students to collaborate.
In a quiet moment in the Shadow Creek locker room a few days prior to their $9 million match, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods both said they contemplated playing in the 2018 Shriners Open.
During the Shriners Open, Jordan Spieth offered his opinion about “The Match”, the $9 million winner-take-all, pay-per-view duel between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Nov. 23 at Shadow Creek.
Doing good deeds and observing and commentating on the upcoming match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are part of a very busy November for LPGA Tour player Natalie Gulbis.