Logan Osborne can’t explain why, but he has made an inordinate amount of long putts on the 18th hole at Rolling Hills Country Club. He did it again Saturday, and this particular bomb may directly impact who wins the Evansville Courier & Press City Golf Tournament.
Mater Dei senior Spencer Wagner had no idea just how close he was to the lead of the Evansville Courier & Press City Tournament. After all, most of the spectators were watching Logan Osborne, Matthew Ladd and Stewie Hobgood in the group behind him. If not for a tough stretch coming in, Wagner could have […]
The previous 86 editions of the Evansville Courier & Press City Golf Tournament have included at least 54 of a possible 72 holes. That run could be tested this weekend. “It is the most threatening forecast that I have seen in my 37 years as tournament director,” Bob Walther said.
When Jon Wagner was the same age as most of his Evansville Courier & Press City Golf Tournament competitors, he couldn’t break 100. Wagner wrestled and played baseball for Castle High School but didn’t pick up golf until his 20s. A greybeard compared to most other City contenders, the 33-year-old Wagner is tied for fourth […]
While the final groups were finishing the second round of the Evansville Courier & Press City Golf Tournament at Fendrich Golf Course, tension built inside the clubhouse.
Matthew Ladd received a do-over of sorts on Sunday. He missed a short par putt on the 18th hole Saturday at Helfrich Hills Golf Course, squandering a chance to grab the outright lead at the Evansville Courier & Press City Golf Tournament.
The 2014 Evansville Courier Press Men’s City Golf Tournament champion, Dylan Meyer claimed the biggest win of his amateur golf career Saturday, winning two more match-play battles to hoist the trophy at the Western Amateur Championship at Knollwood Club in Lake Forest, Illinois.
It is customary for PGA Tour organizers to designate featured groups each tournament. Recent major winners and highly ranked or popular golfers are placed together for the benefit of TV cameras and spectators. The Evansville Courier & Press City Tournament doesn’t have that following, but there is a clear featured group nonetheless. Defending champion Sean […]
Although in a different sport, Matthew Ladd is blazing a path similar to that of his sister, Mallory. Both were standout student-athletes at Memorial High School who settled on the University of Evansville as their college choice. But while basketball-playing Mallory had a full scholarship in a fully funded sport, Matthew is getting help elsewhere. […]
When eventual champion Sean Stone made the turn Sunday in the final round of the Evansville Courier & Press Men’s City Golf Championship, he was in a tie for third, four shots behind leader Matt Monroe, who was at 10-under par.