Former Forestview High standout has the best opening round score of his professional career
Richard Walker Gazette staff JRWalk22
GREENSBORO - A year after missing the cut at his first Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club, Gastonia's Harold Varner III had the best opening round of his professional golf career in this year's Wyndham Championship.
Former Forestview standout tees off at 12:20 p.m. Thursday at Wyndham Classic Richard Walker Gazette staff JRWalk22 GASTONIA - Harold Varner III will be making his 29th appearance on the 2016-17 PGA tour at this weekend's Wyndham Classic PGA tournament at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro.A 2008 Forestview High graduate, Varner tees off at 12:20 p.m. for Thursday's first round.He'll enter the tournament ranked 138th in FedEx points, 154th in the world golf ranking, 28th in the driving...
Grizzlies can win CPL championship Wednesday at Wilmington's Buck Hardee Field at Legion Stadium Richard Walker Gazette staff JRWalk22 GASTONIA - When Monday night's torrential rain suspended the opener of the best-of-three Coastal Plain League championship series, the Wilmington Sharks had a 4-0 lead and lots of momentum.But when the contest resumed in the second inning of a hot and humid Tuesday midday game at Sims Legion Park, the Gastonia Grizzlies dug deep to find the resolve to make a...
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