Indiana News & Events

  • Southern Dunes - The ideal place to play the game and practice it

    For the past eight years, Southern Dunes has been one of the top places to play golf in Central Indiana, due to recent improvements and additions, the facility is now the ideal place to improve your game as well. In addition to an acclaimed 18-hole Gary Player-designed championship golf course, Southern Dunes boasts one of the region’s finest indoor a ...

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  • Former Lawrence Central, IU star joining LPGA Tour

    Danah Bordner, 30, is the eldest member of the LPGA Tour Class of 2011. Danah Bordner won't make her debut as an LPGA Tour member for another four weeks. That's not soon enough for her father and brother, Denny and Ryan Ford, and the members of their Sunday choose-up at PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Fla. "We're about to kick her out. ...

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  • Score Big at The First Tee Indy's Inaugural Ball Drop Halftime Event

    Thirty-six hours after a nearly 12,000 pound Waterford crystal ball drops in New York City’s Times Square to ring in the New Year, the Greater Indianapolis First Tee will hold a ball drop of its own. A slew of great prizes, including tickets to the Super Bowl and The Masters, are up for grabs as the organization holds its first annual “Ball ...

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  • Stay and Play at Swan Lake

    Head out to Northern Indiana's most complete golf resort and enjoy two rounds of golf on either of the championship courses. Indiana National Golf Club's Black and Silver Courses provide a challenge for all levels of players. Rounds include GPS Carts. After golf you will be treated to dinner in one of the resort's fine restaurants, enjoy a night's stay ...

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  • Dennis Walters Golf Show Comes to Indianapolis

    Trick shot artist Dennis Walters will bring his inspirational golf show to Indianapolis Saturday, Aug. 7. The event is being presented by The First Tee. Walters, whose dream of playing on the PGA Tour was ended by a tragic accident in 1974 that left him paralyzed from the waste down, will appear at Eagle Creek Golf Club. The show begins at 11:45 a.m. ...

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  • Annika Sorenstam to Speak at 35th Junior PGA Championship

    The PGA of America and Sycamore Hills Golf Club have announced that World Golf Hall of Fame member Annika Sorenstam will speak to participants competing in the 35th Junior PGA Championship. Annika will address many of the top junior golfers in the country at the Championship Welcome Dinner, Aug. 1 at 7:30 p.m., at Parkview Field in Fort Wayne, Ind. ...

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  • Mike Small Rallies to Secure Third PGA Professional Title

    FRENCH LICK - In Mike Small's world, where few PGA Professionals have walked, his most formidable opponent may be himself.   The University of Illinois men's coach rallied from a near-disastrous start in the final round of the 43rd PGA Professional National Championship Wednesday at French Lick Resort, knocking home three birdies in his final five h ...

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  • Skinner, Moss On Top at French Lick

    FRENCH LICK - The plaque at the top of the hill, snuggled beside a bronze statue of the legendary architect, greets visitors at The Pete Dye Course. The words inscribed in stone bluntly express the "Dye Doctrine."   Rob Moss of Broadview Heights, Ohio, and Sonny Skinner of Sylvester, Ga., who have played golf together in their former days ...

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  • Paeglow Sets Record on Ross Course to Lead Peers

    David Paeglow and Pete Dye's latest great golf course design were the brightest stars on day one of the PGA of America's showcase event. Paeglow, a 43-year-old head professional at Kishwaukee Country Club in Dekalb, Ill., holds a two-shot advantage in the 43rd edition of the PGA Professional National Championship after carding a course record 5-under-pa ...

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  • Steve Norris Wins Carmel City Championship

    Steve Norris used steady play to hold off the field at the Inaugural City Golf Championship of Carmel.  Norris shot rounds of 75, 74 and a final round 74 to beat Doug Ringle by five shots.  Ringle looked like he might catch Norris after a final round front nine score of 35. Norris never got into trouble on the back nine and his 74 was enough ...

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