Golf

Wed
11
Jun

Mounds View girls golf ready for state environment

For years, Paul Bailey begged for the Section 5AAA girls golf tournament to expand to a two-day format.

Tue
10
Jun

RAHS golfer set to play in state tournament

The final week of the high school sports season in Minnesota is upon us and one athlete from Roseville Area High School is still playing.

Wed
04
Jun

Notes: Some tidbits worth noting

Notable News — Congratulations are in order

Thu
08
May

Boys golf: Hill-Murray looking for right combination to repeat as CSC champions

The Hill-Murray Pioneers have high hopes of repeating as the Classic Suburban Conference boys golf champions, but head coach Kris Oftedahl knows there are plenty of others waiting in the wings to put up better scores.
The veteran head golf tutor said recently, “We are looking for good things. Especially from the four players we have returning from last year’s conference championship team.

Thu
08
May

Boys golf: North looking for improvement from young players

The North High boys golf team has returned to links this season with many inexperienced players on its roster.
“I hope the youngsters we have work hard on their game to improve,” North head coach Jim Pearson said. “Playing against other schools will show them they have to work on their game to have success. The attitudes of our team members are great.”

Thu
08
May

New Keller opens new vistas but reflects its past


The new Keller Golf Clubhouse, at 18,800 square feet and already open for special events, is located at 2166 Maplewood Drive and again a familar sight along Highway 61. The renovated golf course is planned to open at the end of June. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Looking up at the new Keller Lake Golf Course clubhouse as you drive along U.S. Highway 61 in Maplewood, you will hardly notice any differences. It was meant to be that way.
Even the brand new pro shop is located in the same place, and its exterior also appears unchanged.  
I stopped by Keller recently and met with Allison Winters, communications associate with the Ramsey County Parks and Recreation Department.

Wed
30
Apr

Boys golf: North looking for improvement from young players

The North High boys golf team has returned to links this season with many inexperienced players on its roster.
“I hope the youngsters we have work hard on their game to improve,” North head coach Jim Pearson said. “Playing against other schools will show them they have to work on their game to have success. The attitudes of our team members are great.”
Pearson continued, “We are very young. We have only two seniors on our team, and just one of them has varsity experience.”

Thu
17
Apr

Boys golf: Tartan looking for numbers and help from newcomers

Tartan High School coach Don Lee is ruing what the 2013 graduation did to a very successful boys golf program.
He pointed out that several outstanding players with varsity experience graduated last year.

Wed
16
Apr

MVHS girls golf expects to be in the thick of it

Each year the main goal of the Mounds View High School girls golf team is to contend for a berth in the state tournament. That’s no different this spring as the Mustangs look to get the team to state for the first time since 2011.
“We played good golf last season,” said Mounds View head coach Paul Bailey. “We made progress and could reach our potential this year.”

Wed
02
Apr

Boys golf: Hill-Murray looking for right combination to repeat as CSC champions

The Hill-Murray Pioneers have high hopes of repeating as the Classic Suburban Conference boys golf champions, but head coach Kris Oftedahl knows there are plenty of others waiting in the wings to put up better scores.

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