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Local pro Walt Robertson qualified yesterday to play in the 2008 U.S. Senior Open at the Broadmoor Golf Club in Colorado Springs on July 31 – August 3. Robertson shot 3-under par 69 in the Michigan sectional qualifier to be one of only two players to earn a berth from that event.

The pros at the challenging and well-conditioned Grey Hawk Golf Club in LaGrange (in southern Lorain County, at Routes 301 & 303) are launching a Wednesday $100 Big Skins game, matching the format of the Monday Chippewa skins game. The Grey Hawk skins game is open to any player and will begin at 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday. …

Out like a lamb, huh? March 2008, the lamb went missing… But it’s getting better. Spring WILL arrive. Golf WILL be played. The Big Skins Game has started at Chippewa GC in Doylestown; first ball in the air at 11:30 a.m every Monday. Just show up and play. SCAGA opens its season on Saturday, April …

One of the best ways to get golfers to visit NEOHgolf.com is through links from other websites. Northeast Ohio Golf now makes it easy for you to post a cool looking link to us from your own business or personal website (or Facebook page or blog or whatever other crazy online thing you might do). Check out …

NEWLY RESCHEDULED DATE: NOW APRIL 5TH Another early “down south tune up”, where it might be just a bit warmer and a little less snowy… River Greens Golf Course in Coshocton, a fun test of golf with 27 holes, will host its 2-player “6/6/6” scratch amateur event on Saturday, April 5, 2008. Six holes each are …

Bet you’re saying to yourself, “Gee, it sure is swell that Al has put together a website listing all of the different competitive golf events around Northeast Ohio.”  “But it sure would be nifty to have a single schedule that listed every area tournament by date, so that I can see what’s coming up next on the calendar.” …

Just like any other major metro area in the USA, greater Cleveland and Akron have a handful of great competitive amateur golf tournaments that a scratch player HAS to enter. The reasons why these events are “the best” can vary: maybe it’s the golf course; the quality of the field year after year; because there is a great trophy …

I need your help to make this site successful. I need a “network”. Eyes and ears; mini Deep Throats, if you will. Here’s how you can help: If you hear about a competitive tournament, scramble or scratch league and it’s not listed here, tell me. If you hear about a golf course that’s opening/closing/changing business practices, tell me. If you …