Mike Jennings, longtime pro at Pine Oaks Golf Course in Johnson City, has retired from the golf business.
Mark Houser, retired golf pro at Warrior’s Path State Park, received the Tennessee PGA’s highest honor at an awards ceremony held Monday in Nashville.
The lineup is set for the Carter County Sports Hall of Fame’s next induction.
Esteemed East Tennessee State men’s head golf coach Fred Warren has decided it’s time to soon walk away.
Johnson City Country Club has a new head golf professional.
When East Tennessee State women’s golf coach Stefanie Shelton received a phone call from Augusta National Golf Club, she couldn’t contain her excitement.
Cliff Kresge’s golf schedule just got a whole lot busier for 2019.
Local amateurs continued their mastery of local professionals at the Tri-Cities Cup golf matches Thursday at Johnson City Country Club.
Basketball season is about to begin for East Tennessee State, and fourth-year coach Steve Forbes is ready to go.
Seamus Power is on the PGA Tour for the third year in a row, and the former East Tennessee State golfer hopes to make the most it.
With just over two weeks remaining in the regular season, the Milligan College volleyball team continues to roll right along.
Shiso Go’s dramatic up-and-down par on the 18th hole Sunday cemented ETSU’s first victory in the 21-year history of the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate.
One more solid round of golf is all that stands between East Tennessee State and its first victory ever in its home tournament.
At Blackthorn Club