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Many big names struggle at U.S. Open

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash.

Many big names struggle at U.S. Open

Tiger Woods shoots 80.

Reading test could determine County Amateur champion

SCHENECTADY

Reading test could determine County Amateur champion

Reading (greens) is fundamental.

Golf: Berliner paces local qualifier, but faces tough decision

BRUNSWICK

Golf: Berliner paces local qualifier, but faces tough decision

Scott Berliner has a very tough decision to make, one that most golfers can only dream about.

Golf: Match play all about decision-making

VOORHEESVILLE

Golf: Match play all about decision-making

Match play is a different breed of cat. Golfers still play with the same clubs and balls, but this type of golf has an entirely different strategy and scoring system.

Schenectady Muni golf course opens

SCHENECTADY

Schenectady Muni golf course opens

The Schenectady Municipal Golf Course will open today for the 2015 season.

Local pros caught under Augusta National's spell

Local pros caught under Augusta National's spell

The Masters is magical even for the local club professionals.

Weather keeps golfers off course, in pro shop

CAPITAL REGION

Weather keeps golfers off course, in pro shop

Area golfers can’t wait to play, but Mother Nature has placed a handful of hazards in their way.

ALBANY

Symetra Tour stop in Albany will be HUUUUUUUGE!

No matter what happens during this summer's Symetra Tour stop at Capital Hills at Albany, it is guaranteed to be "Huge."

PGA of America is in good hands

SARATOGA SPRINGS

PGA of America is in good hands

Derek Sprague was introduced as a “special guest” during the Northeastern New York PGA’s annual spring membership meeting and special awards presentation at Saratoga National Golf Club.

Philion not your typical pro of the year

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Philion not your typical pro of the year

Tom Philion became the first non-green grass Golf Professional of the Year at Tuesday’s annual Northeastern New York PGA Spring Membership Meeting & Special Awards Presentation at Saratoga National Golf Club.

Tree-cutting expected to improve Schenectady golf course, save money

SCHENECTADY

Tree-cutting expected to improve Schenectady golf course, save money

The work being done now at Schenectady Municipal Golf Course will open up the greens and improve growth for remaining trees.

Golf: Local pros plan benefit for Shpur

For nearly a quarter of a century as a club professional, Mike Shpur helped golfers improve their game. Now, the golf community is trying to pay him back.

Lost and found: Russo’s game, confidence have returned

Game back on track.

VOORHEESVILLE

Mattson blasts way to Match Play title

Anders Mattson knows all about horses for courses. After all, the 34-year-old teaching pro at Saratoga National Golf Course works just minutes from Saratoga Race Course.

Mueller wins first Gazette Senior title

SCHENECTADY

Mueller wins first Gazette Senior title

Jim Mueller couldn’t afford to coast in the final round of the Gazette Senior County Amateur. So he went full throttle, instead.

SCHENECTADY

Gazette Senior Amateur: Long putts put Mueller up by three

Long putts were the most mem­orable, but Jim Mueller made plenty of short ones, too.

SCHENECTADY

Golf: Mueller's confidence boosted by second in Stroke Play

Some heavy hitters hope to be in top form for the opening round of the Gazette Senior County Amateur Thursday at Schenectady Municipal Golf Course. The two-day tournament is actually two tournaments in one, with net competition concluding on the first day in the 50-59, 60-69 and 70-plus age groups. Only the players with the low 20 and ties gross advance to Friday’s second round.

LOUDONVILLE

CRAGA Stroke Play: Russo, Teal tied with 74s

Home-course advantage played a major role for the co-leaders during the first round of the Capital Region Amateur Golf Association’s Stroke Play Championship Friday at Schuyler Meadows.

BALLSTON SPA

Three share lead in NENYPGA Pro Championship

Discretion was the better part of valor for the three co-leaders of the Northeastern New York PGA Professional Championship.

ALBANY

Parks fires a 62, charges to Symetra Tour win

Considering the more than two-hour storm delay, Jadena Parks didn’t really need the water bottle victory bath.

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