Cameron Sacramento goes through the same routine before he takes his first swing on the tee box. His dad, Adam, makes sure his 4-year-old son is ready to strike the golf ball. "Let me see a practice swing," Adam says to Cameron, which is followed by a big swing of his driver that sometimes hits the ground before Cameron gets to his follow through. "Now where is your target?" Adam asks.
Here are the pairings for the first day of the Little People's Golf Championships on June 19. Division 1B (Boys 3-5) At Knights of Columbus 5 holes daily These golfers will play Nos. 1, 2, 7X, 8 and 9 on the first day. 8 a.m. -- Blaine Munzlinger, Columbi
The closer Luke Guthrie and his wife, Kaitlyn, got to Quincy, the more it began to look like home. After finishing the rain-delayed second round of the Web.com Tour's Nashville Open on Saturday, the Guthries headed north to spend the weekend in Quincy and participate in the third annual WGEM/Herald-Whig Pro-Am.
Lauren Hawley felt a little uneasy about the advantage she was given. "I'm the only one playing from up there," Hawley said pointing to the set of red tees on the 13th hole at Westview Golf Course. The advantage would have been lost if she didn't find the fairway, but the Pittsfield High School senior hit her drives steady and straight.
Ben Crane pulled the driver from his bag, stepped onto the seventh tee and turned to his playing partners for some advice. "Do I take up the right side?" he asked, unsure of the safest landing area for the par-4, 407-yard hole at Westview Golf Course.