Articles Filed Under "Tournaments"
Posted on July 16, 2009
The Lexington Men’s City Golf Championship came to a close this past weekend with 16 year old Will Bishop coming out on top after 72 holes. The championship is a 72 hole stroke play tournament played at four different courses: Tates Creek, Lakeside, Picadome, and Kearney Hill Golf Links. Each course did a fantastic job getting ready for play and it ended being a great tournament.
I’ve always wanted to play in this tournament and was finally able to do so this year. It was my first big tournament since high school golf and I feel like I played fairly well with the exception of a few shots. I look forward to playing in the years to come.
Here are the final results from the ...
Posted on July 22, 2008
Over the weekend I participated in the Laurel Oaks Classic. The tournament is held at Laurel Oaks every year on the third weekend of July. I’ve been eager to play in this tournament for a few years but I always forget about it when the time comes. I know a lot of the golfers that play in this tournament and know that there would be some stiff competition playing.
The tournament is a two day tournament with the players flighted after the first day. Anyone that knows me, knows that when I play golf I play to achieve the lowest score possible (no sandbagging), but unfortunately for me, on the first day I did a lot of stupid things and didn’t score the best that I should have. I ended up ...
Posted on July 15, 2008
July 10-13 was the annual Lexington Men’s City Championship. The Lexington City Championship is a four day tournament for golfers residing in Lexington city limits or those that hold a membership at a Lexington course.
This is a tournament that I’ve always wanted to participate in since moving to Lexington, but every year I’m either on vacation or cannot get off of work. If I played, I would only want to if I could play and compete with the best golfers at the tournament. Looking at the scores, there are quite a few very low rounds posted, but if I played my usual golf I would have finished somewhere in the top 20. I don’t get the opportunity to play in many tournaments though, so with ...
Posted on June 13, 2008
Tyler Sharpe of Greensburg held on to win the 2008 AT&T Kentucky State Amateur Championship held at the Country Club of Paducah. Tyler fired three straight under par rounds to hold off local favorite Rick Cochran by one shot. Cochran had the low round of the championship with a 4-under 68.
Here are your top 10 finishers:
- Tyler Sharpe, Greensburg, KY – 70-70-71—211
- Rick Cochran, Paducah, KY – 74-70-68—212
- Ben Fuqua, Danville, KY – 71-69-74—214
- James Brown, Paducah, KY – 73-70-72—215
- Chase Carpenter, Salyersville, KY – 72-73-72—217
- Trey Bowling, Richmond, KY – 75-70-73—218
- Jerry Price, Louisville, KY – 74-76-71—221
- Andy Roberts, Owensboro, KY – 73-72-77—222
- Danny ...