Del Valley News & Events

  • The McDonald's LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola

    Purchase Your Tickets to the The McDonald’s LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola June 2 - 8, 2008   The McDonald’s LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola is one of four “Majors” on the LPGA Tour and attracts over 90,000 spectators annually. Suzann Pettersen will return to defend her title against ...

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  • Giving Back

    Golf has become the primary way to help raise money for charity and there are so many worthy ones out there, I wish I could mention all of them. Here’s one of my favorites. My good friend Joe McKeown and his brothers Bill and Charlie will again host the 17th Annual William J. McKeown Golf Classic “Fore” Alzheimer’s, presented by Cad ...

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  • What's New in Equipment

    I hope you were able to make it to the VICTORY GOLF SHOW in Valley Forge, a great opportunity to check out some of this year’s new equipment. I’ve been an Adams Golf guy for the past few years, their hybrids and hybrid irons make a tough game much easier and definitely  more fun. I’m waiting for delivery of my new Adams XTD Driver an ...

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  • 2007 CCFA Golf Outing

    Save the Date! You’re Invited! 2007 CCFA Golf Outing Monday, June 9, 2008   Huntingdon Valley Country Club & Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America   ...

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  • The Players

    Very quietly, Haddonfi eld’s Meaghan Bolger is making a big name for herself in amateur golf. Last fall, Meaghan successfully defended her title at the USGA Women’s Mid Amateur championship. She continued her fine play this winter in some big events and was rewarded with an invitation to play for the U..S. team at this summer’s Curtis Cup ...

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  • GOLFER'S GUIDE NEWS - What's New in 2008

    The year 2007 was certainly unusual in that it was the first in memory where more golf courses closed than opened. The golf business in general is flat and will probably continue to be that way again this year. The good news was that most courses did better business in ’07 and that may continue in 2008 as the trend of course closings grow in the Dela ...

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  • News and Notes

    –Sad to see you go– the closing of Philadelphia Golf Magazine. Fred Behringer and his staff put out a really quality publication, highlighting the region’s golf associations, tournaments and the interesting people who help make the game great. –Kudos– to Jim Finegan Sr., noted golfer and author from Philadelphia Countr ...

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  • Indoor Golf

    The weather has turned cold and wet, there’s no vacation in sight, and you need to get out and play golf. You dream of St. Andrews, Pebble Beach, the warmth at TPC Sawgrass. Dream no longer. You can play all these courses and many more spectacular on s around the world, just by going to some of the region’s indoor golf simulator locations. In ...

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  • Holes-In-One

    Bob Schultz at Cobbs Creek #6 128 yds 6-iron Mike Matson at Spring Hollow #11 115 yds S-wedge Jim Panacio at Neshaminy Valley #17 185 yds 3-hybrid Joe McShane at Karakung #17 163 yds 7-iron Wayne Murshell Sr. at Pitman #8 125 yds 9-iron  ...

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  • Golf News

    End of the golf season must mean it’s time for the Golfer’s Guide “unofficial” Player of the Year Awards. Competition in all categories was fierce, and no more so than in the junior ranks. The race was so tight, I’m going to call it a draw, between 1 year old 2005-06 junior player of the year Rob Galbreath, Jr. from Philmont, an ...

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