Hoping to Expand Its Reach

Upcoming Denver Golf Expo aiming to connect with Millennials, Gen Xers by Gary Baines – 1/31/2019 It’s something Mark and Lynn Cramer, longtime owners and operators of the Denver Golf Expo, wrestle with every year: How to draw big crowds for their three-day consumer golf show, which takes place in mid-winter but helps whet the appetite … Read more

Series of Hires Bringing CGA Staff Up to Full Speed

Former CGA president McCleary will fill new role as chief business officer; former CGA intern Erisman becomes director of junior competitions; Bussey new manager of administrative services by Gary Baines – 1/28/2019 In the first five weeks of 2019, the CGA will have added three new full-time staffers. And in two of the cases, the association … Read more

Ace-ing the Test

Colorado’s Knous makes hole-in-one at Torrey Pines en route to 29th-place showing at PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open by Gary Baines – 1/27/2019 Coloradan Jim Knous has only been a member of the PGA Tour for a few months, but already he has some memories he won’t soon forget. The former Colorado School of Mines golfer … Read more

Local Spring Season Division I College Preview

CU women lose Choi to LPGA at midseason; Kupcho will gear up to defend NCAA title; several freshmen showing great promise by Gary Baines – 1/24/2019 The spring portion of the college golf season — the key part of the schedule in so many respects — starts in the next several days, though it’s the dead … Read more

Making History at Home of Masters

Coloradan Kupcho will compete in inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur after all by Gary Baines – 1/22/2019 Jennifer Kupcho of Westminster initially wasn’t planning to compete in the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur, even though she’s the reigning NCAA Division I women’s champion and will likely be the world’s top-ranked women’s amateur when the event is … Read more