PGA Golf: Steele Shares 54-Hole Lead in PGA Championship

Playing in only his first major championship, Brendan Steele shot a three-under-par 66 in the third round Saturday to go into tomorrow’s final day...

Steele plays in first major this week

Brendan Steele earned $49,300 in prize money last week. His three-over-par 69-74-74-66 — 283 tied him with Phil Michelson and three others for 48th...

Horseshoe tournament champion wins for second year

Shane Fender, Town Crier Advertising sales representative, took first place at the annual American Legion Post 800 Horseshoe Tournament for the second year in...

Steele rested, resumes golf tour

Brendan Steele did not fare well in the RBC Canadian Open in Vancouver, British Columbia two weeks ago. His 76-72 — 148 did not...

Klingamen finishes fifth in Sun Valley mountain bike race

Idyllwild’s Emma Klingaman traveled to Sun Valley, Idaho to participate in the National Mountain Bike Championships. On July 14, she finished fifth in the women’s 15-18 Category 2 cross-country race (a 15.25 kilometer course) and earned her medal.

Whitman suns and runs at beach

Sunday, July 24, was a beautiful day to be outside, and Idyllwild runner Bill Whitman went to the beach. “I had a pretty good race...

2011 Idyllwild Skate Park Games attract energetic crowd

The Idyllwild Skate Park (ISP) Games brought dozens of youngsters from throughout Riverside County to the Hill on Saturday, July 23.

Local whiffle golf tournament a fundraising success

Many golfers turned out for Sandii Castleberry’s fundraising golf tournament on the 18-hole course at the Castle Berry Country Club

Golf Roundup: July 21, 2011

Jim Crandall, club handicap chairman, gave the following report on this month’s regular Palms to Pines Golf Association tournament, Friday, July 15, at the Golf Club at Soboba Springs in San Jacinto.

Scottish gorse blunts American Steele

In a rain-plagued Barclays Scottish Open, played on the Castle Stuart Golf Links in Inverness, Scotland, Brendan Steele’s one-over-par 73-72 — 145 was not...