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.
Las Vegas resident Max Marsico is living his dream of playing professional golf, but family and friends would have understood if he had given up after suffering a vertebrae fracture at age 15.
Green is probably the main color golfers are thinking about this week, with the possible exception of Tiger Woods’s Sunday red.
UNLV Professional Golf Management program alumnus Kendall Murphy, 31, became the Southern Nevada Chapter, Southwest Section, PGA of America president much faster than he expected due to happenstance.
A few months ago, you could bet Tiger Woods to win the 2018 Masters at 100-1. Not so today. According to Westgate sports book golf odds expert Jeff Sherman, Tiger is at 8-1.
UNLV head football coach Tony Sanchez looks forward to his frequent conversations with Rebels men’s head golf coach Dwaine Knight, whose mantra during his illustrious career has been to “finish like a Rebel.”
Hitting a golf ball 300 yards is the ultimate thrill for most golfers, but a majority will never accomplish the feat. That’s not the case for ParaLong drive champion Jason Aken, who easily hits 300-yard drives—using only his right arm.