STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Anderson on course for all-time greatness
When Amy Anderson said this week that she's gotten advice from everybody under the sun in the last couple of weeks, you can assume correctly that included sports agents who are trying to be first in l... Posted on 7/13/11 at 2:30 PM
There hasn’t been any rookie jitters for 16-year-old Beau Hanson in his first venture in the Pine to Palm golf tournament.
Hanson didn’t waste any-time introducing himself to the field of the 77th Pine to Palm after qualifying for the Sweet 16 in his first year of eligibility to play.
Amy Anderson is making quite a name for herself at the Detroit Country Club.
A gallery fit for a Sunday Championship match came a bit early at the Pine to Palm Golf Tournament Thursday as over 100 people followed the opening match between Anderson and Lake Park’s Peter Krier.
Amy Anderson is in the midst of the greatest summer of her golf career.
The 17-year-old Oxbow, N.D., resident in three weeks captured the U.S. Girls’ Junior title, placed 10th at the PGA Junior Championship and advanced to the match-play portion of the U.S. Women’s Amateur by carding a 4-over-par 75 Tuesday in the final round of qualifying.
NDSU women's golf coach compares signing of Amy Anderson to Ben Woodside Lynn Dorn has been an athletics administrator at North Dakota State for 31 years and if anybody has the expertise to answer the following question – is Amy Anderson the most decorated recruit in Bison women’s history? – Dorn would be it.
Amy Anderson is nearing the perfect conclusion to her Cinderella story.
Anderson defeated 16-year-old Luz Alejandra Cangrejo 1-up in 19 holes Friday afternoon to reach the finals of the U.S. Girls Junior Championship at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.
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