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Rex Hospital Open: Two decades of nail-biting finishes

Rex Hospital Open: Two decades of nail-biting finishes

By Stuart Hall Chesson Hadley was born into this world at Rex Hospital. He grew up playing golf in Raleigh. So when he won the Web.com Tour’s Rex Hospital Open last spring the victory represented a win-win proposition for both parties. For Ha.. Read More

Featured News | 04.16.14 | No Comments

Simson selected to U.S. team for inaugural Concession Cup

Simson selected to U.S. team for inaugural Concession Cup

By DAVID DROSCHAK Renowned amateur golfer Paul Simson of Raleigh has won more than 400 tournaments, from casual member-guest events to the grandest of stages. The 62-year-old Simson will get to enjoy another career highlight the first week of M.. Read More

Featured News | 04.16.14 | No Comments

Forever Connected: Payne and Pinehurst No. 2

Forever Connected: Payne and Pinehurst No. 2

By DAVID DROSCHAK Certain victors and venues in sports are forever connected. There is Babe Ruth and The House That Ruth Built, Bobby Jones and Augusta National, and a legendary University of North Carolina hoops coach and the Dean Dome. As the U.S.. Read More

Course Features, Featured News | 03.7.14 | No Comments

Duke’s Roster Mirrors Global Scope of Women’s Golf

Duke’s Roster Mirrors Global Scope of Women’s Golf

By Stuart Hall Dan Brooks arrived at Duke University in 1984 as a young coach taking over a 10-year-old program and knowing only one way to recruit. While the women’s golf landscape has evolved over the last 30 years, Brooks’ recruiting philosop.. Read More

College, Featured News | 03.7.14 | No Comments

Two Triangle juniors headed to The Masters to compete in skills competition

Akshay Bhatia, Jack Massei only North Carolina qualifiers By DAVID DROSCHAK Sonny Bhatia made some recent promises to his son as incentive. One was a round with a caddie at Pinehurst No. 2. The other was a trip to The Masters. “I made him .. Read More

Featured News, Junior Golf | 03.7.14 | No Comments

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