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Monday and Tuesday at The Herald-Sun Golf Classic were kind of rough on Darrell Brown and Clark Green. Ashley Berry came from Cary and wore them out. He shot 7-under-par 135 during those two days of qualifying. Brown and Green both came in at 33-over 175. Now Brown and Green, both law enforcement veterans, get to beat up on each other.
Catherine O’Donnell and 11-year-old Lucy Li shoot identical 8-over-par 78s Thursday in opening round of U.S. Women's Open.
Organizers announce pairings, tee times for opening round of match play at annual Herald-Sun Golf Classic. Play begins at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, June 19 with Seniors Championship and Presidents flights. Open tournament Championship/Presidents Flight play to get underway at 12:16 p.m.
Chapel Hill's Bill Birken shot 100 Tuesday on Day 2 of The Herald-Sun Golf Classic at Hillandale Golf Course. He came in at 99 on Monday. But he likes his chances in match play on Thursday. Birken said, "I’m naturally optimistic.”
Cary’s Ashley Berry outdid the 68 he shot Monday with a 67 on the final day of stroke-play competition Tuesday to determine pairings for match play that begins Thursday.
Three-under-par 68 has Berry on top of Open Division heading into today's final round of qualifying
Over four days at Pinehurst No. 2, Martin Kaymer dusted the field in a performance that ranks among the best.
The 68th Herald-Sun Golf Classic has some format changes.
A relatively tougher day for Martin Kaymer at the U.S. Open.
Play gets underway today in the 68th Herald-Sun Golf Classic.
Major winners like Bubba Watson, Jason Dufner, Angel Cabrera, Charl Schwartzel and Darren Clarke will not participate the rest of the weekend, casualties of a tough golf course that has only allowed 13 players to shoot under-par scores through two rounds, just over eight percent of the field of 156 players.
Pinehurst No. 2’s back nine turned out to be the place where this year’s U.S. Open ended for golfers with Duke and North Carolina ties.
Former Blue Devils Joe Ogilvie and Ryan Blaum, as well as ex-UNC golfer Mark Wilson, misfired far too often on their final nine holes on Friday causing all three to miss the cut.
A Raleigh native, Webb Simpson has plenty of Pinehurst experience for this week's U.S. Open
Three Blue Devils and a Tar Heel are in the field for the U.S. Open, which begins today at Pinehurst.