Author: Mo'Golf

Sun Mountain 2Five Golf Bag 2018 Version

Missoula, Montana – Since its introduction, the Sun Mountain 2Five golf bag has been the lightest, full-featured bag on the market. Weight-saving components include carbon-fiber legs, high strength-to-weight plastics, and ultra-lightweight fabric. For 2018, the new 2.5+ will have increased durability, increased comfort, and more storage. All of these improvements for the same retail price as before, $219.99, and increasing weight by only three ounces. For the retailer nearest you, call 800-227-9224 or visit This slideshow requires JavaScript. “We added the equivalent weight of two golf balls but raised durability, comfort and pocket space,” said Ed Kowachek, President of Sun...

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Giavanna Bolognese, The First Tee of Western New York

Giavanna Bolognese was invited to participate in the national leadership summit of The First Tee, an international program that teaches golf and life skills to children from all walks of life. Gia was kind enough to sit down for a moment and answer our questions, even though, as she put it, she is in golf mode right now in school.  Thanks, Gia, for this insight into what The First Tee of western New York means to you.   1. Tell us who you are and how/when/where/why you started to golf.   My name is Giavanna Bolognese, I am a...

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Visniesky and Lacongo claim Erie County titles at Elma Meadows

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Andrew Lacongo of Holland and Kristina Visniesky of Orchard Park won the second leg of the Erie County fall junior series on Sunday. The tournament was contested over the Elma Meadows golf course in Elma, and featured over 60 competitors in both divisions. For both Visniesky and Lacongo, the second event in the series was sweet revenge. Both golfers finished as runner-up last weekend at Grover Cleveland golf course. Visniesky finished just behind Angeline Perillo, who switched spots and finished as runner-up this week. Lacongo was just behind Mitch Jeffe of East Aurora eight days...

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Perillo and Jeffe take 1st Erie County Fall Junior Titles

On a sunny day at Grover Cleveland golf course, Angeline Perillo (Lancaster) and Mitchell Jeffe (East Aurora) took home titles at the first 2017 Erie County Fall junior event. Featuring the county’s two courses, the events began four years ago, but gathered steam in 2016. This year, 47 golfers competed in 2 divisions at Grover, and more are expected on Sunday, September 17th, at Elma Meadows. #TheGolfersAndTheGeese @OPGolfCoach @markpoloncarz @JurekJames @NicholsBoysGolf @NicholsVikings The first group is almost done. — BuffaloGolfer.Com (@buffalogolfer) September 9, 2017 Perillo outlasted Kristina Visniesky of Orchard Park by three shots. Grover Cleveland played longer...

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A glance at Kiawah Island Club-Cassique Course

The Cassique course at the Kiawah Island Club moves principally across an open expanse, adjacent to the main island road. It is the course you see when you enter the club, to visit the Voysey’s restaurant, the fitness center, and some of the living neighborhoods. Cassique is the brainchild of Tom Watson, storied champion golfer from the USA, who sought to create a course reminiscent of his favorite Irish links. Earth was moved, creativity was utilized, and the result is a spectacular and fun course, with multiple routings and unique movement across marshland and meadow. This slideshow requires JavaScript. The front nine at Cassique utilizes the expansive heath that also houses the practice facility and performance center. The back nine serpents through marshy corridors, yet never feels restricted. The course dances along water’s edge at times, then returns, triumphantly, to the clubhouse where it began, with one final carry over an inlet. Like its sister course, River, Cassique offers so many strategic options that one would never tire of playing along its fairways. Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleTumblrLinkedInPinterestLike this:Like...

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A glance at Kiawah Island Club-River Course

The Kiawah Island Club is a private community on Kiawah Island, South Carolina. It was the site of the 2009 USGA Mid Amateur championship, and has two exquisite golf courses in the Cassique and River layouts. The River course was designed by Tom Fazio, and traces a routing through wetlands, wide fairways, adjacent to the Kiawah River. The River course offers the challenge of navigating past bunkers, around the marsh, toward interesting and undulating putting surfaces. This slideshow requires JavaScript. More so than its sister course, the River course demands that golfers choose properly, beginning with tee decks, then...

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