Join KDKA AM’s Larry Richert and his celebrity friends for the 2011 American Cancer Society Larry Richert Celebrity Golf Classic, on Friday, June 17, 2011 from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM at Longvue Country Club in Verona. […]
Golf can be a frustrating game; but serious golfers enjoy the challenge of a tough course. From water hazards to the bunkers, these are a few of the most challenging holes in the area that are sure to put your patience to the test!
Golf is a great game for networking; but if you’re just getting started, it can be daunting. Beginners, take heart, though; these local courses should be just your speed.
Whether it’s a crisp autumn day or a warm summer morning (is there really a bad time to golf?), there’s nothing like hitting the links on a great course.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) Tiger Woods says he never learned more in a year in which he never won less. Woods said Monday he is more at peace with his personal life than when he […]
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — Lee Westwood is set to replace Tiger Woods at the top of the rankings on Oct. 31 after saying Sunday he does not expect to play again until November because […]
While Mr. High School Sports was preparing for Week 5 of high school football and recovering from the illness that kept him home for Week 6, a handful of gold medals were awarded in other […]
Join Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Larry Richert, and Pirates great Steve Blass fot the 20th AnnualTee Up to Cure Diabetes golf event, this Monday, September 20, 2010! For more information, check out JDRF’s website.
This year’s Fallen Heroes Golf Tournament happens on July 22 and July 23, 2010 at Nemacolin Woodlands, and is dedicated in memory of Pennsylvania State Trooper First Class Paul G. Richey. For more information , go to […]
The American Cancer Society Larry Richert Celebrity Golf Classic will be held June 18, 2010 at the Longue Vue Country Club in Verona, Pennsylvania, with proceeds from the event benefiting the Society. Local Pittsburgh celebrities […]
Golfers who just can’t get enough of the game can go through withdrawal during the winter months in Pittsburgh; but even when the weather won’t cooperate, there are still some ways they can ‘get their golf on’ – without heading for warmer climates!