The 11th annual Macomb Area Optimist Jr. Golf Tournament is open to boys and girls ages 10 to 18.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Monday, April 8, 2013
Golfers can now take to the links of Lake St. Clair Metropark golf course, weather permitting.
The par-3 golf course at Lake St. Clair Metropark is now open for play, weather permitting. The course, which also features a putting green, is open for play from 8 a.m. until dusk. Rates are $6 for weekdays, $7 for weekends and holidays. Seniors, 62 and over, and juniors, 20 and under, is $5 Monday through Friday, holidays not included. For more information, or to schedule tee times, contact Lake St. Clair Metropark at 586-463-4581, or go to www.metroparks.com.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Cherry Creek's chef has introduced a new concept to lure in hungry golfers on their lunch break.
Friday, May 11, 2012
Cherry Creek Golf Club is the Readers' Choice pick for the best round of golf in Shelby and Macomb townships!
Where's the best place to go for a round of golf in Shelby and Macomb townships? Cherry Creek Golf Club. At least that's what Patch readers have determined after the weeklong Readers' Choice quest for the best place to golf in Shelby and Macomb townships. In the poll, Cherry Creek received 47 percent of the votes, with Stony Creek coming in second with 23 percent. The winner was determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results, comments and reviews on Patch Places. Check out all of our Readers' Choice winners. Do you have something to say about Cherry Creek Golf Club? Visit their free business listing and leave a review. You can also add reviews for the hundreds of other businesses in Patch Places. Do you own a business in Shelby or …
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Chieftains finish sixth at Division 1 tournament.
Two Utica golfers finished in the top 10 at the Division 1 state finals Saturday at the Meadows at Grand Valley State, according to mhsaa.com. Utica’s Taylor Clark tied for sixth with a 167 after rounds of 85 and 82, and Julia Montgomery was eighth with a 169 (86-83). The Chieftains finished sixth as a team with a two-day total of 749. Grosse Pointe South won the state tournament with a 692. Other players for Utica were Killian Casson (190) and Angela Hagen (223).
Friday, October 14, 2011
Chieftains' Clark, Montgomery are in the top 10 after first day of state finals.
Two Utica golfers are in the top 10 after the first day of the Division 1 state finals at Grand Valley State, according to mhsaa.com. Utica’s Taylor Clark is tied for eighth after shooting an 85, and the Chieftains’ Julia Montgomery is tied for 10th with an 86. Utica is fifth in the team competition with a score of 370. Grosse Pointe South leads the tournament at 348. Other top scorers for the Chieftains are Killian Casson (91) and Angela Hagen (108). The state finals conclude Saturday.
Friday, October 7, 2011
Chieftains finish second at Division 1 regional tournament.
The Utica golf team finished second at the Division 1 regional tournament at Twin Lakes Golf Club in Oakland Township on Thursday. With the performance, the Chieftains advanced to next week’s state finals at The Meadows at Grand Valley State. Junior Taylor Clark finished second overall and led Utica with a 77. Killian Casson shot a 79 to finish third, and Julia Montgomery shot an 81 to place fifth for the Chieftains. Angela Hagen had a 94 for Utica. Eisenhower’s season came to an end after the Eagles placed eighth. Sarah Coltman had a 95 for Eisenhower.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Utica golf rocks as a team this season and collects victories in the Lapeer Tournament and the Macomb County Golf Tournament.
Golf is traditionally an individual sport, but for the Chieftains this year it's all about the team. Utica placed second in the Macomb Area Conference Red Division and has won two of their four tournaments this year. Early in the season, they took first in the Lapeer Tournament, shooting a team low score of 335 and on Sept. 12 they won the Macomb County Golf Tournament for the third consecutive year. The team also grabbed fifth-place finishes at the Indianwood and Forest Lake tournaments. "The girls have been playing great this year and working hard as a team," Utica coach Anthony Adamo said. "They've been picking each other up this season. It's been great to see they are working together as a team and we've focused on not who has the …
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Representing Adecco Employment Services, Deane Droell of Macomb Township, Dan Williams of Warren, Doug Cloutier of Wixom and Chris Williams of Shelby Township won this year's Oakland Community College 'Golf for Scholarships' fundraiser.
A Macomb Township resident was part of the foursome that won this year's 20th annual Oakland Community College "Golf for Scholarships" fundraiser Aug. 19. The event was held at Auburn Hills’ Fieldstone Golf Club and raised a total of $39,701. One hundred and ten golfers took part in this year’s event. The winning foursome, sponsored by Adecco Employment Services, and including Deane Droell of Macomb Township, Doug Cloutier of Wixom, Chris Williams of Shelby Township and Dan Williams of Warren, shot a 10-under-par 62. The OCC “Golf for Scholarships” Fund is an endowment. This year’s contributions bring this total collected since the event’s founding to more than $700,000.
Monday, June 27, 2011
Jason Wojnicki is working to promote veteran and military appreciation through his Shelby Township-based foundation, Swinging Heroes.
A longtime Shelby Township resident is making a big difference by shedding light on a topic so often overlooked—veteran appreciation. As the creator of Swinging Heroes, Jason Wojnicki is bringing awareness through his foundation to the needs of the military and countless number of veterans, who have willingly sacrificed so much to serve this country. Volunteering at the Veterans Hospital of Detroit last November, the day after Veterans Day, Wojnicki, a 2000 Eisenhower graduate, was shocked at the lack of attention being directed to these men and women. “What struck me the most was the disappointment that the veterans expressed toward the public during the Veterans Parade downtown; there were 4,000 marching and only 200 in the crowd,” …