AUGUSTA, Ga. — Editor’s note: This column originally published in The Charlotte Observer on April 14, 1997.
At every hole throughout the afternoon there had been a standing ovation for him. But the greatest, the most heartfelt, came at the last for Tiger Woods Sunday, and it will echo forever.
Continue reading “Ron Green Sr.: Nothing seemed impossible for Tiger Woods after historic 1997 Masters”
When the Mooresville Municipal Golf Course closed for renovations in November 2014, a fall 2015 reopening was targeted. Continue reading “ICYMI: What you need to know about the Mooresville Golf Club makeover”
The mecca for golf in the United States, Pinehurst holds a revered status in the sport, offering a variety of courses and price ranges. Continue reading “The New Course at Talamore, Mid South Club might form one of Pinehurst’s best combinations”
The final bell sounded, signaling summer’s start.
From elementary school until my early high school days, my parents greeted my sister and me the same way — our car packed to the brim, with our dogs hanging their heads out a window and golf bags stored away in a rooftop cargo carrier — on the final day of school. A trip from Asheville to Nags Head awaited. Continue reading “First off the tee: The Carolinas course where I fell in love with golf”
In August, when the Bermuda grass is growing like a teenager and the summer heat has become a sweaty way of life, the center of golf’s universe will be located at the Quail Hollow Club as it hosts the PGA Championship. Continue reading “Ron Green Jr.: From coast to mountains, golf is part of fabric of life in the Carolinas”
Editor’s note: This column originally published in The Charlotte Observer on May 11, 1986.
Of all the people in sports with whom I have crossed paths over the years, most of whom I admired and enjoyed and some of whom became my friends, my favorite remains and will almost certainly remain Billy Joe Patton. Continue reading “Carolina Classic (1986): Ron Green Sr. on the great Billy Joe Patton”