Eau Claire Post 53 wins the American Legion regional 13-0 over Superior behind Stan Morley and a grand slam by Bob Hansis to advance to the state meet at Wausau and takes the title with five wins in six games, beating Wausau 8-3 in the championship game as Tom Rodel hurls the win, Gregg Bohl…

CHIPPEWA FALLS — Nobody seemed overly pleased with his results Tuesday afternoon as the Big Rivers’ top golfers battled a damp course and five months of rust at Lake Hallie Golf Club in the first conference tournament of the season.

John Grafe­nauer recorded a hole-in-one Wed­nes­day at Mill Run Golf Course. He used a nine iron to ace the 113-yard 17th hole.

Eau Claire’s Matt Tolan shot a 3-over 146 to fin­ish tied for third in a Wis­con­sin Ju­nior PGA tour­na­ment that con­cluded Wed­nes­day in Mil­wau­kee.

Eau Claire’s Matt Tolan is tied for third place after the WSGA’s Match Play Championship qualifying round on Tuesday at The Bull at Pinehurst Farms in Sheboygan Falls.

Jake Weiss sank his first ca­reer hole-in-one Sun­day at Wild Ridge Golf Course. Weiss used a sand wedge to ace the 127-yard eighth hole.

After day one of the Wisconsin PGA Junior Championships at Brown Deer in Milwaukee, Chippewa Falls’ Thomas Longbella is in first place with a score of 2-under, followed by Ryan Isaacson of Eau Claire, who was a stroke back.

Eau Claire’s Christian Dooley hit a hole-in-one using an 8-iron on the 136-yard 16th hole of Hickory Hills Golf Course on Friday.

While heavy snowfall in the past months added some extra suffering to an already frigid winter, the precipitation may have saved area golf courses a lot of trouble when it came to preparing for the spring.

Wild Ridge Golf Course and Mill Run Golf Course will be holding informational meetings for a pair of men's golf leagues this week.

NEWPORT, Wales (AP) - Europe could only dream of a Sunday like this at the Ryder Cup. It gave Tiger Woods his worst beating ever, hit all the right shots to spur on its foot-stomping, flag-waving crowd and kept the Americans from winning a single match.

Brad Johnson carded a 70 to win the Chippewa Valley Golf Association's Pheasant Hills Open on Sunday at Pheasant Hills Golf Course in Hammond.

HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) - Jerry Rice used to wake up at 4 a.m. so he could get to the driving range and hit golf balls before he was due at work with the San Francisco 49ers for 8:30 a.m. meetings.