BRIDGEPORT, W. Va. -- Billings golfer Payton Stott missed the cut on Thursday at the 46th annual Trusted Choice Big I National Championship junior tournament at the Pete Dye Golf Club.
When it comes to the Montana State Women's Golf Association State Amateur, Kyla Clancy has been a consistent, classy top 10 performer.
A video analysis center for golf and baseball is being built on the east end of the driving range at Peter Yegen Golf Club in Billings.
Katy Peterson said her dream job is to be a “water slide tester.”
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Several weeks ago a colleague and I spent the night in a small town in southwestern Oklahoma after visiting with clients.
Entry forms for the 2013 Yellowstone County Junior Golf tournaments will be available at 7 a.m. on Monday, April 22 at www.yellowstonecountyjuniorgolf.com
“Golf, like the measles, should be caught young, for, if postponed to riper years, the results may be serious,” observed author P.G. Wodehouse.
By elevating his game on the hilly backside at The Briarwood Saturday, Nathan Bailey also boosted his status in Montana golf history.
There's another Hedge sitting on top of the leader board at the Montana State Men's Amateur.
It’s golf 24/7 this time of year for Kortney McNeil, and the Billings teenager isn’t complaining.
ANACONDA -- Billings golfers Brandon McIver and Jim Bob Coleman will be playing for spots in the U.S. Amateur during a 36-hole sectional qualifying tournament on Monday, July 16 at Old Works Golf Course.
WHITEFISH -- Missoula teenager Maggie Crippen will be back to defend her title at the 95th Montana State Women's Amateur and Senior Amateur golf championships, set for July 17-19 at Whitefish Lake Golf Club.
LAUREL -- Tom Swanson came away with another big prize Monday afternoon by continuing his hot streak on Yellowstone County golf courses.
For 16-year-old Nick Bell, the Yellowstone County Junior Golf program is the fairway to success.
BOZEMAN -- Golfer Brandon McIver of Billings has qualified for the National Trusted Choice Big "I" Tournament, set for August at the University of Texas Golf Club in Austin.
Clark, Wyo., golfer Tyler Campbell carded a double eagle Friday on the 528-yard No. 4 hole at Peter Yegen Golf Club.
Bolstered by an abundance of sunshine and dry weather, Billings-area golf courses have really sprung to life this spring — and some pro shops are even referring to the early-season activity as record-setting.
Entry forms for this summer's major state amateur golf tournaments are now available online at www.msgagolf.com
HUNTLEY -- After Missoula Loyola put together another exceptional regular season, it appeared to be a "four-gone" conclusion that the mighty Rams would card a four-peat at the State B boys golf tournament.
Peter Yegen Golf Club pro Aaron Pohle scored a double eagle Tuesday on his course's No. 4 hole.