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By Marian on 5/30/2014 3:45 PM
The 113th New Jersey State Golf Association Amateur Championship will be hosted by the Knickerbocker Country Club in Tenafly for the first time when it hosts a field of 108 golfers, beginning Tuesday, June 3 through Thursday, June 5.

Knickerbocker, which hosted the first State Open in 1923, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The field includes six former champions, including defending champion Mike Stamberger of Spring Lake, the 2011 NJSGA Amateur Player of the Year. The event will take place over Knickerbocker’s par-71, 6,726-yard course.

The six former champions are Stamberger (2013), Brian Komline of Black Oak (2010), Michael Deo of Black Oak (2009), Tom Gramigna of Tavistock (2008), Mark McGowan of Darlington (2006), Allan Small of Fairmount (2004), and Michael Hyland of Little Mill (1998).

Ryan McCormick of Suburban, who won in 2012, made his professional debut on the PGA Tour Canada this weekend at the PC Financial Open in Vancouver.

The last golfer to win back-to-back Amateur...
By Marian on 5/30/2014 10:09 AM
Major Championship Includes Women’s Leadership Summit; Community Initiative to Cultivate Next-Generation of Female Leaders; Golf Channel on NBC Weekend Broadcast Coverage

KPMG, the PGA of America, and the LPGA today announced the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, and the creation of a multi-faceted program focused on the development, advancement, and empowerment of women on and off the golf course. The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, broadcast in partnership with NBC and Golf Channel, brings together a world-class, annual major golf championship with a women’s leadership summit and an ongoing community initiative to inspire and develop new generations of female leaders.

The KPMG Women’s PGA Championship will continue the rich tradition of the LPGA Championship and will rotate annually among prestigious courses in major metropolitan markets. In its first year, the Championship will be held June 8-14, 2015 at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York, with a purse among the highest in women’s golf at $3.5 million. The Championship will be operated by the PGA of America in close collaboration with the LPGA.

By Marian on 5/23/2014 6:11 PM
For many years, Montgomery HS senior, Alice Chen called Cherry Valley Country Club a "home course" and for her finale there this week, she took top honors at the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions.

Chen set the tournament final record score to par by three strokes, and lowest total round by two, as she shot a seven-under-par 65 to win her second straight NJSIAA individual girls golf state title. Her victory, by six strokes over Erica Han of Lenape, also ties a record for margin of victory in the final, matching Jeannine Mondesando of Mahwah in 2001 and Wayne Hills’ Marina Alex in 2007.

“I think my low here at Cherry Valley before today was a 71,” the Furman University-bound Chen said. “And that was last year. I shot a 77 earlier last year in a tournament here, and shot a 39 and 38 here in matches this week, so frankly I don’t play my best here. But to just blow that all out of the water here today and shoot 65 is amazing. It is one of my favorite numbers, and so to shoot seven-under, with a chip in on...
By Marian on 5/23/2014 8:10 AM
     Demoing Callaway Golf Company's new Big Bertha clubs can help golfers pick up more distance, and now gives them a chance to win the same dollar amount as Phil Mickelson's official prizewinning paycheck at the Pinehurst event on June 12, 2014-June 15, 2014 (up to a maximum of $1.5 million US dollars, the estimated first place winnings). 

     "The Big Big Bertha Payday," a promotion that starts today in the US and Canada. Golfers that demo a Big Bertha Alpha Driver, a Big Bertha Driver or a Big Bertha Fairway Wood at a participating location will receive a code that they can use to enter for a chance to win the same dollar amount that Phil Mickelson wins at the season's second major championship.      

     The Big Bertha Alpha is the first golf club with four independent forms of adjustability, and the first to include adjustable vertical Center of Gravity. The Big Bertha Driver, a total performance driver, debuts an innovative sliding weight that is positioned around the perimeter of the driver...
By Marian on 5/20/2014 10:43 AM
KZG Expands Its H370 Hybrid Line KZG, the #1 Custom ProLine™, listens to its dealers and by popular demand has expanded its H370 hybrid line to include a new 34° loft option.

At 34°, this H370 is a true representation of a utility club. With a low center of gravity, the H370 produces high-launching golf shots with optimal spin to stick it close. The sole design and rounded leading edge provide an effortless transition through rough and fringe which makes this club ideal for chip shots just off and around the green.

Nike Golf Reveals VRS Covert 2.0 Matte Black Edition Driver College football helmets inspire new all-black limited edition design Sports teams often incorporate black into uniforms for a big rivalry game or season opener - it's a color traditionally associated with power, strength and sophistication. The concept, especially popular during college football season, also inspired Nike Golf club designers when it came to creating the new Nike VRS Covert 2.0 Matte Black Edition driver.

By Marian on 5/20/2014 10:40 AM
           When one thinks about South Jersey, the first things that come to mind probably are the quaint Jersey Shore towns and beaches, the casinos hotels and resorts in Atlantic City, and hopefully the abundant golf options there are right here in our own home state.

        We know about the well known courses – the top rated ones – the one’s that peak our interest (especially those of us who live in central and northern New Jersey) to drive down and play even when the weather might not be ideal. But in times when the golf industry is at a critical crossroads in terms of what it can provide, to whom and at what cost, a family-owned, nine-hole facility like Hamilton Trails Golf Club in Mays Landing might just be the answer for those seeking a fun and  affordable round of golf.

        Located less than 15 minutes from the beaches of Ocean City and about 20-25 minutes from Atlantic City, Hamilton Trails offers the perfect option for those looking to play nine holes in two hours or less at an affordable...
By Marian on 5/20/2014 10:35 AM
    Special Olympics began in 1968 when Eunice Kennedy Shriver organized the first International Special Olympics Games at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, USA. One thousand athletes with intellectual disabilities from 26 States and Canada competed in athletics (track & field), floor hockey and aquatics.

    The concept was born in the early 1960′s when Shriver started a day camp for people with intellectual disabilities. She saw that individuals with intellectual disabilities were far more capable in sports and physical activities than many experts thought.

    Since the first Special Olympics Games in 1968, the World Games have grown to be a truly international phenomenon, held in the United States, Europe and Asia.

    From June 14-21, New Jersey will host the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games where more than 3,500 athletes from around the country will compete in 16 sports before tens of thousands of fans and volunteers.

    Every four years Special Olympics conducts a National Summer Games in the United States that includes athletes from all 52 US Programs. In 2011, New Jersey was chosen as the host of the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games, the most dynamic, innovative and largest national Games to date.

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