Monthly Archives: May 2009

UNLV Lady Rebel Golfers Get Underway At West Regional


May 8, 2009–TEMPE, Ariz. – The UNLV women's golf team had a difficult open to its seventh consecutive regional and is tied for 13th place following Thursday’s first round of the NCAA West Regional, which is being played at the ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz. The Rebels shot an opening-round 299 (+11) and […]

Las Vegas’ Alex Cejka On Move at PGA Tour’s PLAYERS Championship

May 8, 2009 (UPDATE: May 10) –About midway through his experience at the PGA Tour's PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP, Las Vegas' Alex Cejka was lapping the field. After 54 holes of play, Cejka, who moved to Las Vegas from Laughlin, Nevada, via Germany, was 11-under par, and five shots ahead of his closest competitor. Sure, there was a lot of golf […]

Mesquite’s Wolf Creek Golf Club Goes Live at World Golf Tour With Chance to Win Trip

May 8, 2009–Wolf Creek Golf Club is one of the more than 50 resort golf courses located in the Las Vegas golf region, and has been a featured fantasy course in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009 from EA Sports, and is now a featured golf course at the online golf game site, World Golf Tour. Currently, […]

Las Vegas PGA Tour Champ, Vegas Golfer Ready for 17th at PLAYERS

Timberlake (l) with '08 Las Vegas Champ Marc Turnesa

May 6, 2009 (Updated May 9, 2009) –When the question was asked, this writer thought that the response from the 'questionees' would be that of horror. The island 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass has long garnered the reputation as one of the nastiest holes in all of golf, and seems to be a dreaded experience that comes with […]

Las Vegas Golfer Danny Gans Passes Away

May 1, 2009–The impact of a man is sometimes best measured on the impact he makes on those around him. For Las Vegas entertainer Danny Gans, who died this morning, his positive impact could begin to be measured by taking a look at the smiling faces of the many Las Vegas kids who were introduced and learned the game of golf–and […]