There have been surprise walk-ons before but if any show Saturday morning they could be facing a tall task as the 33rd annual Buckshot Run for Special Olympics unfolds.
Cody Buckli won his fourth straight Tuesday Buckshot Run but was most impressed by the huge turnout.
Ben Devine sunk a hole-in-one, the first of his career, Sunday at Wild Ridge Golf Course. He used an 8-iron to ace the 163-yard No. 11
Chippewa Falls’ Thomas Longbella shot a 78, while Eau Claire’s Matt Tolan carded a 74 on Thursday to finish tied for ninth at the Target Junior Championship at
Chris Crasper recorded his first hole-in-one Thursday at Mill Run Golf Course. Crasper used a pitching wedge to ace No. 2 from 105 yards.
Two Eau Claire Horseshoe Club members participated in the World Tournament held last month in Topeka, Kansas, a tournament attended by more than 1,300 pitchers worldwide.
Jack Kuechenmeister of Chippewa Falls recorded his first hole-in-one Sunday at Ojibwa Golf and Bowl.
The Monday Night Men’s League at Ojibwa Golf and Bowl has an opening for a four-man team, while the Friday Night Spareparts mixed couples league also has an opening.
Jason Garfoot and Mikkel Larson recently recorded holes-in-one at Hickory Hills Golf Course.
The Green Bay city council unanimously votes to rename City Stadium to Lambeau Field in honor of the team's founder and long-time coach Earl “Curly” Lambeau, who
New Richmond’s Scott Cole shot an even-par 72 on Sunday to win the Chippewa Valley Golf Association’s White Eagle Open in Hudson.
Eau Claire Memorial sophomore Jack Longville recorded a hole-in-one Wednesday at Princeton Valley Golf Course. Longville, who played varsity boys soccer as a freshman, used a
The Eau Claire Express had plenty of opportunities to satisfy a big crowd during the final home game of the season. But inning after inning, the fans were left on the verge
Chippewa Falls McDonell’s Thomas Longbella shot an even par 72 on Wednesday to claim a three-stroke win at the Wisconsin State Golf Association Junior Boys Championship