Category Archives: Golf

Athlete’s Voices: Kylie Strijek, Episode 1. Siena Golf, Kicking Off the Spring Season has partnered with some local athlete’s to develop this great column titled, Athlete’s Voices. In this column, some of your favorite local athletes will share their lives with you, both on

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Professional Golfer Carin Koch

Carin Koch is a Swedish professional golfer who plays on the Ladies European Tour and on the U.S. based LPGA Tour. Since turning professional in 1992, Koch has one Ladies European Tour

Siena Saints Showing Strong Promise at Bucknell and Colgate Golf Invitationals

Fresh off their training trip to Scotland, Siena College’s men’s and women’s golf teams are showing a lot of talent at their respective tournaments this weekend. The women’s team had a strong


Tiger Woods has set his sights on winning June’s US Open at Merion after claiming victory at the Players Championship on Sunday. The player is now favourite in the Paddy Power golf

Annual Golf Show Comes to Somerset This Weekend

For those avid golfers here in New Jersey yearning for the spring to come to play golf, you have a chance to preview new equipment for 2013 starting today.  The New Jersey

Rory McIlroy Named PGA Tour Player Of The Year

Beating out Tiger Woods isn’t an easy task, but in 2012, Rory McIlroy managed to do it and become the PGA Tour Player of the Year. With one major win and three

Pressel, Munoz Star on Saturday at Sybase Match Play

In a week full of upsets, the play of Morgan Pressel and Azahara Munoz has been steady at the Sybase Match Play Championship.  The two friends will face each other in the

Upsets and a Big Comeback by Gulbis Lead Day 1 at Sybase

On a day that saw defending champion Suzann Pettersen and a bunch of big names go down at the Sybase Match Play Championship, Natalie Gulbis put on the performance of the day

LPGA Brings Their Show to the Tri-State Area

  After a strong start to the 2012 season, the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) comes to the east coast for three events in four weeks. The first two events take place