QUINCY -- Jason Millard denied himself an opportunity of a lifetime all for the integrity of the game. The latest professional golfer to commit to play in the WGEM/Herald-Whig TriState Pro-Am earned a spot in the 2014 U.S. Open field after shooting...
FULTON, Mo. -- The Palmyra golf team blew away the competition at a meet held Monday at Tanglewoods Golf Course. The Panthers shot a 311, 67 strokes ahead of second place finisher Highland. Palmyra's Noah Wilson shot a 66 to finish with the best score. Th
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Hannibal boys golf team defeated Mexico and Centralia in a match Monday morning. Hannibal shot an overall team score of 176, followed by Centralia, which shot a 207, and Mexico finished third, scoring a 283. Hannibal's Trevor Wat
BOONVILLE, Mo.-- Culver-Stockton College's Haley Barazza is in second place after the first round of the Central Methodist University Spring Eagle Open at the Hall Ridge Golf Course on Monday. Barazza shot an 84 and is eight strokes behind Samantha Mitchel
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Quincy University men's golf team completed its season with a 13th place finish at the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championships on Monday at Rivercut Golf Course. The Hawks moved out of last place, where it stood after Sunday's f
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Quincy University men's golf team struggled during its second 18-hole round of the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championships Sunday at Rivercut Golf Course. The Hawks put together three sub-80 rounds to shoot a 314 over the first
SHELBINA, Mo. -- Noah Wilson shot a 3-under par 69 as the Palmyra boys golf team took home first place at the South Shelby Invitational at the Shelbina Lakeside Golf Course Friday afternoon. Palmyra finished with a 317. Highland finished fourth with a 368.
MOBERLY, Mo. -- Connor Bogue shot a 40 and Trevor Watson shot a 42 to lead the Hannibal boys golf team past Moberly and Centralia Friday at Heritage Hills Golf Course. Hannibal had a 176 total, with Gabe Falconer carding a 44 and Preston Bennett a 50. Mobe
QUINCY -- It took Ryan Blaum nearly a decade to earn his PGA Tour card. Now, he's intent on keeping it. Blaum, who has committed to play in the WGEM/Herald-Whig TriState Pro-Am on May 29, heads into this weekend's Valero Texas Open ranked 88th...