Cunningham, TN – The Clarksville area continues to prove it has some of the best junior golfers in the state of Tennessee, with Montgomery Central High School standout Tyler Britt signing to continue his golf career at the collegiate level with the Bethel University Wildcats in McKenzie, TN.
Britt, who will graduate in May with honors, has played as the number one golfer for the Indians the past four years — including having a team-best 39.5 average per nine holes this past fall, earning second-team all-area honor. Overall, Britt is a four-handicap, with a 75 average on 18 holes.
Clarksville, TN – Another successful Cooling at the Cave was held Saturday July 26th. As in the old days, everyone gathered around the cave’s entrance to listen to the music and to let the constant cool breeze blowing from the mouth of the cave cool them off. Before air conditioning, locals gathered at the cave to cool off and have fellowship with others.
The entertainment this year was again provided by the extremely popular Cumberland Wind Jazz Project. They played big band music from the 1930′s to 1960′s. Several events goers took to the dance floor and enjoyed themselves greatly.
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, July 27th, the Friends of Dunbar Cave held their Sixth Annual Cooling at the Cave event at Dunbar Cave State Natural Area from 3:00pm until 5:00pm. All ages were welcome and admission was free. It was estimated that between 250 and 300 people came out to the event.
“This is probably the best attended Cooling at the Cave so far,” stated Lionel Senseney, President of Friends of Dunbar Cave. “The weather was just beautiful today.”
Clarksville, TN – The quartet of Cindy Taylor, Gina Deere, Tonya Wells and Christy Glaser shot a 10-uner par 62 to win the 16th Annual Ladies Golf Tournament, Wednesday, at Swan Lake Golf Course.
The four-person scramble was sponsored by Austin Peay State University to raise awareness for women’s athletics.
Clarksville’s Hanley Long and Hendersonville’s Jacob Sherlin win United States Junior Golf Tour at Swan Lake Golf Course
Clarksville, TN – The weather was the biggest challenge this weekend as 58 junior golfers from all over the south descended on Clarksville to play in the United States Junior Golf Tour held at Swan Lake Golf Course.
Hendersonville’s Jacob Sherlin and Rossview High School’s Hanley Long won the boys and girls high school division.
Clarksville, TN – Some of the top junior golfers in the south were greeted by wet and windy conditions at Swan Lake Golf Course today as the United States Junior Golf Tour held the first of two events scheduled for Clarksville in 2013.
The tournaments are open to boys and girls ages 8-18, with each age group competing for their division title.
Clarksville, TN – Swan Lake Golf Course welcomes some of the top junior golfers in the Mid-South this weekend, as the United States Junior Golf Tour descends on Clarksville. The first of two events planned this year in Clarksville begins this Saturday morning.
The USJGT started in 2001 and organizes exclusive junior golf tournaments all across the country. It’s an amazing collection of talented junior golfers coming together to test their game against the best golfers in their age division.
Cunningham, TN – Montgomery Central High School’s KayCee Lindberg has signed with Union University. KayCee had a great year for Central.
She is the Region 5 champion, finished 4th at the State Tournament and was voted to the all state team.
KayCee and her parents were together with Coach Greg Lyle and Jeff Vaughn when she signed.
Clarksville, TN – Golfers in the Clarksville, Fort Campbell area who want to play their best golf, might want to visit the Mason Rudolph Golf Course and practice facility this weekend, as representatives from Nike Golf will host a “demo day” to showcase their new clubs for 2012. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Swan Lake Golf Course will reopen to the public on Wednesday, August 24th, with new Championship Bermuda grass on each green.
Swan Lake Manager Jeff Vaughn described 14 of the 18 greens as being in excellent condition. “The other four greens are not in bad shape, they’re just not quite up to the same condition as the rest. They have a few thin spots, but they all will continue to grow in,” he said.
On June 20th, the municipal golf course at 581 Dunbar Cave Road closed so a Texas company could began replacing the Bent Grass on the greens with the Championship Bermuda, which is more heat tolerant and widely used across the southern U.S. «Read the rest of this article»
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