Quincy Notre Dame earned second place with a 402 in the West Central Conference Tournament at Gold Hills Golf Club in Macomb. Macomb won the title with a 357, led by medalist Emma Thorman with a 71. Central's Natalie Dearwester took second with a 78. QND'
QUINCY -- Alex McCulla waited in suspense as his tee shot on the par-3 No. 8 hole at the Quincy Country Club flew through the sky. "When I saw it in the air, I knew it had a chance because the green always kicks left," said McCulla, a sophomore for the Qui
QUINCY -- Steve Smith followed up a 3-under-par 68 in the first round with an even-par 71 Sunday to win the Cedar Crest Country Club men's championship. It was Smith's first club title. Defending champion Jon Kies finished second at 150, and Mark Dedert th
The Quincy High School girls golf team won its second straight Galesburg Invitational title with a team score of 343 Saturday afternoon at Bunker Links Golf Course in Galesburg, Ill. QHS held off Geneseo, who shot a 357 while Macomb shot 361. Laci Novosel
Conor Bronson's collegiate debut is going to be tough to top. The Culver-Stockton College freshman golfer fired a round of 2-under 70 Tuesday at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield, Mo., to climb into a tie for the top spot...
QUINCY -- The Sammy and Kids golf outing will be held Oct. 7 at Westview Golf Course. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with a 10:30 a.m. shotgun start. The player cost is $125 and includes 18 holes of golf, cart, hamburgers, hot dogs, snacks and prizes. Br
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Culver-Stockton College's Conor Bronson led the men's golf team with a 74 in the first round of the Evangel Fall Invitational on Monday. Hunter Bettis sits behind Bronson with a 76. Colton Neal's 80 and Jimmie Patterson's 84 round out t
Gavin Frese and Brennan Briddle defeated Quincy High School's Luke Mettemeyer and Josh Kennedy on the front and the back nine to win two points for the Quincy Notre Dame boys golf team in a 4[Note]1/2 to 1[Note]1/2 victory on Monday in a two-man best ball
QUINCY Jason Peck didn't know what to do. "It took me a minute to realize what happened," he said. Ben Van Ness, one of his playing partners knew just how rare of a shot Peck had hit. "(Peck) was in shock, but I went nuts," he said. "It was incredible."