The Jackson County Women’s Golf Association Best-Ball tournament is set for a 9 a.m. shotgun start Friday, Sept. 8, at Arbor Hills Golf Course, and a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start Friday, Sept. 15, at the Country Club of Jackson. The cost is $80 per person and includes 36 holes of golf with cart, doughnuts and coffee, and lunch at the country club on Sept. 15. The JCWGA annual meeting will take place after the luncheon.
JACKSON -- She's been the most dominant female golfer in the Jackson area for nearly two decades and next month her name will forever be included alongside some of the best in the area. Andrea Clark, wife of Jackson Hall of Fame golfer Shane Clark, will become the 64th member in the inducted into the Jackson Golf Hall of Fame on Sunday, Sept. 17. She is the first female since Virginia Fisher in 2008 to be inducted.
Jackson's David Swarts, 52, won gold medals in the 1,500-meter and 5,000-meter race walks in the North American, Central American and Caribbean World Masters Athletics Championships in Toronto, Canada, on Aug. 12 and 13. Competing for Team USA, Swarts won the 1,500 in a M50 division world-leading performance of 6:29.58, and then followed that with a win in the 5,000 in 23:35.83.
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Selecting a term
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