Aug 3, 2012
Burlington Times News
Youth tennis tourney offers opportunity to bolster stock
Although it's summertime and for many a time for relaxation, area youth tennis players are trying to get a step ahead of their competition in improving their profiles in the Olde Forest Junior Open.
Naples Daily News
25 Years of Champions Tour in Naples: "Mr. 59" wins by 1 in '96
But in the end, it was Al Geiberger, whose final-round lead was threatened, teased, abused and tied, who finally tucked it away.
Dale Douglass was the first, matching his age with a 66 in the second round in 2002.
Gil Morgan, the 2006 Principal Charity Classic champion, matched his age with a score of 64 in the second round of this year's Toshiba Classic.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Golf: Shaw the teacher also still a player
T om Shaw spends most of his summers on the range at Cyprian Keyes GC in Boylston teaching others to play golf.