Bart Potter is an Olympia freelance writer and golf enthusiast. His column on the local and regional golf scenes will appear on Tuesdays. He can be reached at: email@example.com.
The new Rehabilitation and Learning Center at American Lake Veterans Golf Course could get an added boost if you mark your ballot for one particularly dedicated volunteer.
Thanks to the many people who’ve already voted for him, Harold “Pepper” Roberts, the founder and president emeritus of Friends of American Lake Veterans Golf Course, is a finalist for the Brotherton Community Champion award.
A $5,000 award will go to winner’s charity of choice, and Roberts’ choice, without a doubt, would be American Lake.
He had to go inland a few miles to find it, but Sandpines Golf Links head professional Bob Rannow is resting easier now that he's reclaimed that one piece of equipment he's been searching for.
Golf is a numbers-heavy game, and for Brent Bryant, the numbers aren't adding up to 12.
Even the most open-ended endeavors need a point of reckoning, a time to briefly hit the pause button.
In the din of the state Legislature, the calm center is found in the staffers who serve the committees that first consider the bills that eventually become state law.
The scholarly journals of the golf turfgrass industry feature articles such as "Effects of cultural practices on earthworm casting on golf course fairways'"and "Disease control and fungicide rotations."
It's often said by accomplished golfers to lesser players, "You're not good enough to get upset."
In this online, linked-up, social networked world, it's easier to look back at a moment in time when life was simpler and golf shorts were short shorts.
To get his golf glove on his left hand, Scott Geroux has to cut a hole to slip his curled-stiff middle finger through.
Kevin Bishop downsized his professional world as a way to expand his horizons.