golf

12th Annual Bill Santucci Memorial Golf Tournament

Celebrating the legacy of Roseville great Bill Santucci, the 12th-annual Bill Santucci Memorial Golf Tournament will take place Friday, Sept. 18 at Sierra View Country Club in Rose ...

2015 U.S. Senior Open: There’s no place like home for Kevin Sutherland

This week, Kevin Sutherland will be comfortably sleeping in his own bed every evening, eating dinner at home if he pleases, and happily behind the wheel of his aging BMW on the sho ...

The Ridge wins NCGA East Sacramento Zone tourney title

Local area men’s golf clubs sent respective teams to the recent Northern California Golf Association’s zone championship competition at Poppy Hills and Carmel Valley Ra ...

MASTERS BOUND: Pietromonaco leads Placer to section golf title

It’s not often that a senior standout and scholarship athlete gets to follow in the footsteps of his freshman sister. Clark Pietromonaco of the Placer High golf team had no ...

Auburn’s Shawn Kelly wins NorCal PGA Senior Match Play Championship in Ripon

Shawn Kelly’s golf tips are authenticated by his own success. The Auburn resident, head golf pro at The Ridge Golf Club and author of a weekly “Golf Tips” column ...

SPRING ROUNDUP: Gums chews up Center with 13 strikeouts

Placer baseball Trailing undefeated Pioneer Valley League frontrunner Placer High by just three runs in the top of the fifth inning, Center baseball coach Jeff Wise gathered his t ...

Oak Ridge girls win first SFL golf tourney in Roseville

ROSEVILLE — The race for a Sierra Foothill League girls golf title isn’t a race at all. It’s a chase, and no team seems capable of catching Oak Ridge. The undef ...

FootGolf makes debut in Roseville at Woodcreek Golf Club

ROSEVILLE — The Woodcreek Golf club will debut its latest edition to the game — FootGolf —  at a kickoff event Sunday at 2 p.m. FootGolf You ask? Rememberi ...

MASTERS OF DESTINY: Granite Bay golfers claim SJS banner in Stockton

Granite Bay High athletic director and boy’s golf coach, Tim Healy, says it sounds like a broken record, but the overall depth of his program is again the clear reason for it ...