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Past articles by John:

Jay has Bill Haas dialing in as Masters approaches

Recent tip has Greenville PGA Tour golfer on the upswing → Read More

Clemson men's golf team hopes to find its best in the West

No. 8-ranked Tigers visit Oregon coast with eye on NCAA Tournament → Read More

Former Clemson QB Steve Fuller celebrates 30th anniversary of special Super Bowl

The Chicago Bears shuffled their way to immortality → Read More

Jay Haas back to the links in 2016

Haas, who played in at least 21 events in each of his first nine years on the Champions Tour, played in only 15 in 2015. → Read More

Easley falls short at Hanna

Green Wave unable to turn blocked field goal into last-minute comeback → Read More

Wren holds off Woodmont rally

PIEDMONT — The season couldn’t have started much better for Woodmont High School, which gave up two touchdowns in the first minute in a 62-0 loss to Wren High School in last season’s opener. Though Friday night → Read More

Knights unable to keep pace with Wildcats

NINETY SIX – Jaylin Carter scored four touchdowns Friday night to lead Ninety Six to a 48-3 victory over visiting St. Joseph’s Catholic in a non-region opener. “They had a little more speed and were a little more aggressive than we were,” said St. Joseph’s Dan Navarro, who made his debut as head coach after two seasons as the Knights’ defensive coordinator. “We didn’t seem ready to play.”… → Read More

Darin MacDonald out as BMW Charity Pro-Am director

Website lists Marshall Bettendorf as interim chief → Read More

It’s crunch time for area golfers on PGA Tour bubble

There could be only two players with Upstate ties on the PGA Tour next season. Or there could be 10. We’ll find out in the next six weeks. Only Bill Haas and Ben Martin, ranked No. 24 and 26 on the PGA Tour money list, have secured spots on the big tour for the upcoming season, which starts in mid-October. Former University of South Carolina and Easley High golfer Kyle Thompson, who won the… → Read More

Thomas Todd III surges into contention at S.C. Amateur

Greenville golfer carries practice momentum through first round → Read More

Siefert wins Greenville County Amateur championship

Zack Siefert rallied from an early five-stroke deficit to win in the first tournament he's played in five years. → Read More

Leader Whit Suber will rest, not wrestle before final round

The 44-year-old Clemson alum body-slammed most of the 195-player field with six birdies. → Read More

Caleb Proveaux, Emily Cox capture The Blade titles

First-round leaders win comfortably in prestigious junior tournament at Thornblade Club → Read More

Huskey earns return trip to Junior PGA

Travelers Rest golfer narrowly wins Carolinas tournament → Read More

Ashley Czarnecki wins major state golf title

Mauldin High student blitzes field at WSCGA Junior Championship → Read More

Kyle Thompson gives pro golf career new life

Former University of South Carolina golfers buoyed by victory Sunday at Tour event → Read More

'Good vibes' for the finale

Rod Pampling found himself in the curious positon of explaining an "off-day" after shooting 2-under-par 69 Saturday at Thornblade Club, leaving him a whopping 20 under for three rounds at the BMW Charity Pro-Am. Pampling takes a 2-shot lead over Kentuckian Mark Blakefield and Texan Kelly Kraft into Sunday's final round of the Tour event at Thornblade. Playing in the final group, Pampling… → Read More

Mann advances to AAAA baseball Upper State championship

J.L. Mann advances to Class AAAA baseball Upper State championship → Read More

Consistent Tigers hope to take one more stop

Clemson golf team chases ACC championship this weekend → Read More

Lucas Glover getting new grip on his golf career

Greenville native, ex-Clemson golfer optimistic about his new putting style → Read More