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25 Years And More To Come!

MEET THE 2018 BOARD

Chapter President:  Jean Tate
Member Services Director:  Deb Schuchart
Member Recruitment Director:  Tish Hess
Events & Activities Director:   Jacqui Peterson
Finance & Records Director:  Pam Buckley
Sponsorship Director:  Denise Ryan

GOLF NEWS ON THE NET

  • Top amateurs will again have the chance to earn a spot in this year's Northern Ireland Open by winning the Northern Ireland Amateur Open at Galgorm Castle. Knock's Colin Fairweather booked his spot in the European Challenge Tour event last year by winning the amateur event after a three-man play-off. The 36-hole event takes place this year on 17 July a week after the North of Ireland Championship at Royal Portrush. Niall Horan's golf management company Modest! Golf are backing the event. The pop star's company are already heavily involved with the support and promotion of the Northern Ireland Open and say that their commitment to the amateur event is aimed at helping the next generation of players.
  • STILLWATER, Okla. – The adjectives being used to describe Karsten Creek, site of this year’s NCAA Division I men’s and women’s golf championships, might as well have been pulled right out of the promotional materials for this course. Words like fantastic, pristine and immaculate have been some of the most frequently used. After 36 holes of play, the consensus here is that all is well, and that’s a big sigh of relief considering the courses and setups of recent years. The national championships have been hosted at the same venue in back-to-back weeks for four years now, but the championship setup in two of the previous three years have pushed the limit on fair versus silly. Karsten is known for
  • Crown Point senior Yianni Kostouros stood on the practice green, shaking his head. “I’m probably going to lose off of that 2-footer I just missed,” he said. “I’m not too happy.” He was right. On the final hole, Kostouros missed that short putt for par, finishing with a 75 in Saturday’s 59th annual Lou Iaconetti Memorial Invitational held at the Palmira Golf Club in St. John. Roncalli’s Evan Wray took medalist honors with a 74. “I hit my driver 300-plus (yards) all day,” Kostouros said. “I just couldn’t putt.” The Ball State recruit said his short game was a major offseason focus, too, adding to his frustration. “I worked on that all winter,” he said. “Putting is the hardest part because you can’t