Three-day tournament resumes Saturday.
Cautious aggression is the plan for defending champion Aaron Simone, who headlines a star-studded field this weekend at the 66th Annual Schenectady Classic, sponsored by The Daily Gazette.
"Uncle Pete" Rizzo knows how to wield woods.
Jason Day stood with his hands on his hips alongside the par-5 ninth hole at TPC Sawgrass, wondering how he just chunked consecutive chips.
Although we have a shorter season than some, the Capital Region is loaded with talented golfers, both amateur and professional.
Jason Day began the third round of the Players Championship with the tournament’s 36-hole scoring record and without a bogey on his scoreboard.
Although the clock keeps ticking, Bryan Bigley refuses to give up on his dream of playing on the PGA Tour.
Most golfers would be better off if they were color blind when they step onto the tee area with their high-tech drivers in hand.
The Schenectady Municipal Golf Course will open for the season on Wednesday.
Robins on the grass are one sure sign of spring.
Golfers on the grass are another.
Both were out Friday.
The Schenectady Municipal Golf Course is looking to raise its rates this season to cover the cost of improvements.
At age 22, Jordan Spieth became the first $22 million man in golf Sunday.
Upsets are more likely in match play than in stroke play, but don’t bet against Scott Berliner to win this week’s Northeastern New York PGA Match Play Championship Tuesday and Wednesday at Wolferts Roost Country Club.
Local club professionals make the long trip to Malone Golf Club to compete in the Northeastern New York PGA’s Stroke Play Championship Monday and Tuesday.
Chas Conrad has spent almost his entire life connected to Shaker Ridge Country Club.
Defending champion Jim Mueller wanted no part of any dramatics in the final round of the Gazette Senior County Amateur Golf Championship.
Sometimes, a father can get some great advice from his son.
Limiting mistakes will be the priority for the top contenders in the annual Gazette Senior County Amateur Golf Championship.
For at least half of his nearly 33-month tour of duty during World War II, Rotterdam resident George Keeler was part of a “seek, strike and destroy outfit” as a tank destroyer for the U.S. Army.
This was a big week for big shots at area golf courses.
Major league scouts will be coming in droves to watch the pitching exploits of Shenendehowa senior IAN ANDERSON, just as they did a year ago to take in the batting and fielding prowess of Niskayuna’s Garrett Whitley, who became a first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Connor Hankin led Scorpiancer out into the small field in the Oklahoma Annex on Fifth Avenue Monday morning so his horse could nibble on some clover.