Pittsford native Bozzelli finishes third at Valspar

Adam Hadwin only wanted a chance to win on the final hole Sunday at the Valspar Championship. He could have done without the self-inflicted drama. Hadwin lost a two-shot lead with one swing on the 16th hole when his tee shot sailed into the water and led to double bogey. The 29-year-old Canadian kept his wits and closed with two... more

Chasing golf dreams paying dividends for CA graduate

A 2002 graduate of Canandaigua, recently won a golf event in Arizona and is hoping it’s a start to something bigger. While most of us spent last Sunday bracing for a winter storm that never happened, Sean McWilliams was bringing his own kind of thunder. McWiliams, a 2002 graduate of Canandaigua Academy, didn’t just win the Tempe (Ariz.) amateur golf... more

Dom Bozzelli shows PGA he’s ready for ‘big time’

Dominic Bozzelli is 25 years old, stands 6 feet tall, weighs 180 pounds and is loose and limber, a specimen of physical fitness. If you’re building the prototype of what a pro golfer should look like, the Pittsford native and McQuaid graduate would be an ideal template. But by Thanksgiving 2016, at the end of what was certainly the longest... more

Pittsford native Bozzelli nearly bags PGA Tour win

Pittsford native Dominic Bozzelli, a PGA tour rookie, finished fifth in the CareerBuilder. Hudson Swafford, who shot a 67 on Sunday, won the tournament with minus 20. Bozzelli, who also was All-Greater Rochester Golfer of the Year while at McQuaid, turned professional after graduating from Auburn University in 2013. He joined the PGA Tour in October after playing three years... more

Ithaca’s Miller far-and-away best in STAC golf

Most striking number to come out of Tuesday’s Southern Tier Athletic Conference golf championships? Six, as in the imposing margin of victory for Ithaca High senior Nicholas Miller on the strength of a 1-over-par 72 across the eminently familiar terrain of Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University. Ithaca Journal – Sports: Read More more

18 holes with a cart for $18 at Seneca Falls Country Club in October

Fall golf is the best golf and the golf course at Seneca Falls County Club on Route 89 in Seneca Falls is in great shape late in the season. They want to show you! Come down to SFCC anytime in October and enjoy 18 holes of golf with a cart for just $18. That’s right, 18 for 18 at Seneca Falls County... more

Local high school golfers qualify for sectionals

Nine tickets to the Section V Golf Championships were up for grabs at Thursday’s Finger Lakes Golf Championship — and eight of them would end up in the hands of upperclassmen. The other ticket belongs to someone who isn’t even in high school yet. Geneva eighth grader Joey Maher fired an 88 at Lakeside Country Club on his way to... more

GolfJay.com Podcast: Ryder Cup recap & season finale special edition

Join Jim Sinicropi, Rhett Ticconi and Doug Brown to recap the U.S. victory at Hazeltine in the 2016 Ryder Cup matches, take a look back at the 2015-16 PGA Tour season and a mock fantasy golf draft for the season ahead on the fall finale episode of the GolfJay.com Podcast recorded live Monday evening on FingerLakes1.TV. Audio Only Version: more

GolfJay.com Podcast: Remembering “The King” & Ryder Cup at Hazeltine Preview

Rory McIlroy closes out the PGA Tour season with a FedEx Cup Championship in dramatic fashion at East Lake, Ryan Moore is Davis Love III’s final pick, a preview of the Ryder Cup matches at Hazeltine and remembering Arnold Palmer on a wall-to-wall edition of the GolfJay.com Podcast recorded live on Monday night inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios in downtown Seneca... more

Durso claims first Silver Creek Club Championship

Josh Durso won his first men’s club championship at Silver Creek GC with a 2-round total of 153 this weekend in Waterloo. Club champions were also crowned in five additional divisions and are noted below… Men’s Championship Flight: Josh Durso Women’s Championship Flight: Trish Brewer (5th title) Men’s ‘A’ Flight: Eric Brace Men’s ‘B’ Flight: RJ Ellison Senior Championship: John... more

Simpson Cup reaches out to veterans at Oak Hill

Millions of injured servicemen have trouble re-discovering life, whether it’s finding work – or finding peace. The Simpson Cup which began at Oak Hill on Tuesday, and its charitable arm, the On Course Foundation, uses golf to help these men and women re-connect with what they’ve lost. John Simpson, a big-time golf agent who suffered from polio as a child,... more

Auburn’s David May loses 4&3 in final eight at U.S. Mid-Am

UPDATE: David May’s run through the field at the U.S. Men’s Mid-Am Championship came to an end in the quarterfinal round of eight on Wednesday morning in Elverson, Pennsylvania. Auburn’s May was defeated 4&3 by Scott Harvey of Greenboro, NC in their match which teed-off at 8:00 am. Follow the competition live at USGA.org Original Post: Auburn’s David May defeated... more
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