April 6, 2006
Thursday, April 6 South Atlantic League Baseball Lakewood at Lexington, 7:05 p.m. (WHBN-AM 1420) High school baseball Rockcastle County at Danville, 5 p.m. Lincoln County at Mercer County, 5:30 p.m. Florida Beach Bash at Fort Walton Beach, Fla.: Boyle County Friday, April 7 South Atlantic League Baseball Lakewood at Lexington, 7:05 p.m. (WHBN-AM 1420) College Men's Golf Centre in Bluegrass Spring Classic at Georgetown High School Baseball McCreary Central at Danville, 1 p.m. Bath County at Mercer County, 6 p.m. Florida Beach Bash at Fort Walton Beach, Fla.: Boyle County High school softball Burgin at Lexington Catholic, 2 p.m. High School Track & Field Model Patriot Invitational at Eastern Kentucky University: Danville
April 5, 2005
The Centre College men's golf team won its own tournament Monday, beating two other schools in the Centre Men's Spring Invite at Danville Country Club. The Colonels edged St. Catharine by nine strokes after placing three players in the top five. Russ Whalen led the Colonels with a third-place finish, one stroke off the lead with a 2-over-par 74. Derek Tingle followed at 75, and Ben Vaneria shot 76. Centre Men's Spring Invite Team Scores 1. Centre 304; 2. St. Catharine 315; 3. Sewanee 316. Individual Leaders Jerre Maynor (Sewanee)
May 16, 2013
The Centre College women's golf team moved up two places into a tie seventh place halfway through the NCAA Division III championships at Destin, Fla. The Colonels shot 319 in Wednesday's second round, improving on their first-round score of 328 after 36 holes of the 72-hole tournament at Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort. Freshman Kathleen Kennedy led Centre in the second round with a 77, one of her best collegiate rounds. She is tied for 20th place in the individual standings with a 36-hole score of 159. Sophomore Michaela Manley is one shot behind Kennedy after shooting her second straight 80. She is followed by Alyssa Brown (84-79 - 163)
May 2, 2013
The more Centre College golf coach Bruce Brown watched Allison Hancock play, the more he liked what he saw from the then-Sayre High School player. “At that time, she was a good player. On the golf course, she was really serious. She didn't goof around,” said Brown, the former head pro at Old Bridge Golf Club. “She had the right mechanics then, but not the maturity to work her way around the course like she has now. That just comes with age. She knows when to punch out and what to do. She is so smart now on the course.
May 15, 2007
I am often asked if there are any PGA Tour players that I try to get my students to emulate or watch. Oddly enough, I still believe that the simplicity and knowledge of Ben Hogan offers the most valuable information for novice and excellent players alike. Hogan has many books and literature available that explains the game of golf beginning with the grip and proceeding through the entire swing. I feel as though one of the best instruction books on the subject of golf would be "Hogan's 5 Lessons.
June 26, 2007
There are a lot of quotes and sayings that surround the game of golf. Perhaps the most frequently used statement involves the mental part of the game. We have all heard the saying that golf is "90 percent mental. " But what actually does this mean? What are some of the mistakes that are made on the golf course that make this statement accurate? Being a coach for the Centre College golf teams, I see a lot of these mistakes. The first mistake that comes quickly to mind involves misreading greens.