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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.


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.


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.


Symetra Tour: Hill pain-free, happy to be in contention

The Symetra Tour is billed as the official “Road to the LPGA Tour.” That may indeed be the case, but often, that road is filled with multiple lanes — and pot holes — in both directions.


Symetra Tour: Stoelting has confidence in her game

Jackie Stoelting, the former Jackie Barenborg, has made the most of her “big break” and will be one of the key players to watch at this weekend’s Symetra Tour SEFCU Championship.


Schiek sparks upset win in CD Women's Open

What a time for Penny Schiek to break out of her prolonged slump.

Saratoga National Golf Club offers a special experience


Saratoga National Golf Club offers a special experience

For a first-class golfing experience no matter what your handicap, Saratoga National Golf Club should be first on your list when you’re taking an off day at the track.

Diaz handles pressure of being in contention

Scotia native Laura Diaz almost chose to walk away from golf to spend more time at home with her family. Now, she’s making the decision to juggle both jobs seem like a shrewd move.

Scotia native Diaz leads LPGA Marathon Classic

Scotia native Laura Diaz got off to a surprising start at the Marathon Classic. Diaz shot a nine-under 62 for a four-stroke lead in Thursday’s opening round.


Golf: Hearley chalks up first win

Normanside Country Club assistant pro Justin Hearley had to work overtime to earn his first local pro victory.

ENYGA morphed into tour for seniors

Older golfers still seek lower scores and bragging rights. Just ask the members of the Eastern New York Golf Association.


Golf: Boghosian-Singh pull off a big upset

Jay Singh and Adam Boghosian weren’t the biggest names in a strong field by any means, but they made some of the best shots when they had to.


Horton wins Troy Invy crown

Matt Horton’s steady short game edged Dan Russo’s consistent long game to win the 71st Troy Invitational Sunday at the Country Club of Troy.


Wet weather cuts County Am to 36 holes

Surprise, surprise. County golfers found no luck on Friday the 13th.


Gazette Amateur: Chylinski looking forward to homecoming

As a former champion with a lifetime residents-only exemption, Ed Chylinski has been driving back to Schenectady to compete in the Gazette County Amateur Golf Championship ever since he left the area more than a decade ago. But this year is special.

Simone seeks Gazette County Am title

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Rough greens par for area


Rough greens par for area

A nasty winter and miserable spring battered many area golf courses, some of which are only now beginning to recover.


Welch wins third Match Play title

For Jim Welch, match-play competition isn’t much different than medal play, except for a few specific instances.


Home-course advantage favors Mellet

Colonie Golf & Country Club head pro Frank Mellet has competed on the national stage numerous times as one of the premier club professionals in the Capital Region. But he still gets a kick out of squaring off right here at home against the local amateurs.

Back on course


Back on course

Forget Mother Nature — Fred Mullins brought spring to Schenectady’s Municipal Golf Course Thursday morning.

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