Duke sophomore Celine Boutier played her final five holes at 2-under-par Friday on her way to carding a second straight round of even-par 72 as she made the cut at the Ricoh Women’s British Open at the St. Andrews Old Course in Scotland.
Continuing her busy summer, Duke sophomore Celine Boutier will compete in the Ricoh Women’s British Open beginning today at the St. Andrews Old Course in Scotland.
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The Duke University Golf Course, which is closed through Labor Day, is getting its first major facelift since 1993.
Jeff Robinson still remembers the joy of winning the Herald-Sun Golf Classic at age 20 even though it was 32 years ago. Those thoughts crossed his mind while battling 20-year-old Todd Eckstein in Sunday’s Championship Flight final.
Rougemont’s Casey Ellis took care of Durham’s Cedell Alexander 4 and 2 in the fifth flight. Ellis, a Northern High graduate who is studying electronic media production at High Point University, said he was able to get into a groove as the tournament went on.
The streets of the Bull City are nothing compared to the mean greens at Hillandale, retired Durham Police Department officer Clark Green suggested after beating Jasiel de Oliveira 2 and 1 in the fourth flight.
Durham's Brad Pittman won the title in the second flight, getting by Eddie Ball, also from Durham.
Golfers want to hit it long, and Stem's Macon Tunstall has that on his to-do list, as well. Yet the 54-year-old heating-and-air-conditioning specialist for Duke University, happy enough just being back on the links, wasn't exactly complaining after walking away from Hillandale Golf Course with some hardware on Sunday.