Tee Times, September 2021 issue. Inside you’ll find: Brooks West bridging the gap, First Tee scholarship winners, what Rarity Bay has to offer, Indian Hills win the regional, the little Lighting Bug. These and much more inside.
Sarah Ingram recently guided the U.S. Curtis Cup team to a 12.5-7.5 win over its counterparts from Britain and Ireland. It was the first time Ingram, who played on three Curtis Cup teams, celebrated a victory. Tee Times caught up with Ingram on her way to the U.S....
CROSSVILLE – Sophie Linder came to the Golf Capital of Tennessee Women’s Open looking to stay in competitive form ahead of her upcoming trip to the PGA Girls’ Junior Championship at Valhalla. The 17-year-old from Carthage did way more than that. Linder claimed the...
Kevin Forte (L), manager of Harpeth Hills golf course, presents Phillip Lee the James H Fyke trophy who won his 4th Municipal Amateur Championship. Winning the 2015, 2018, 2020 & the 2021 Championship Lee ties Haymes Snedeker with the most wins. The Municipal...
Loren Personett, McCabe Golf Course Manager (l), Mike Organ, Tennessean, present Carter Stroup with winners award. Runner up Ace Hogg with Tennessean representative Mike Organ. ...
Chad Anderson, Executive Director of TGA presents Nolen Ray with $10,000 prize as winner of the Tennessee State Open golf tournament. Click here for complete leaderboard
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