Indiana Tech has recently purchased the Donald Ross Golf Club and we are looking forward to the many wonderful opportunities this presents to us in moving forward with additional sports and recreational facilities for our school in addition to a great 9 Hole Golf Course designed & built by Donald Ross.
-- We look Forward to Seeing You -- Enjoy 9 Holes That Plays Like 18 --
England’s Paul Casey successfully defended his title Sunday at the Valspar Championship, holding on for a one-stroke victory over Louis Oosthuizen and Jason Kokrak and out-playing a flustered Dustin Johnson, the World No. 1 player. Not that we’re counting (though we are), but that’s three straight victories by European players in PGA Tour event after Italy’s Francesco Molinari rallied to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational—in the most dominating effort on the American tour by
We will be opening on the 1st of April this year. I know it is April Fool's Day but only Mother Nature can stop it. We have been picking up all the branches and debris that came down this winter with the ice and wind and are getting the course in shape. I would like to address some rumors that I've heard; we are open to the public, we are not a private or Indiana Tech only golf club, we are not a driving range/learning center 6 hole course. We will continue to operate as
Should Rory McIlroy dance to the tune of golf, his inconsistency would be worthy of ridicule. Instead, a player victim of criticism for failure to complete tournament wins from promising positions is now at the forefront of the betting for the first major of the year. McIlroy, as of Sunday the Players champion, smiled when assessing an Augusta National chance that has resonance in a consistent results scenario. “I’ll just keep doing the same thing,” said McIlroy. “I feel like
Keith Mitchell was likely not a name most golf fans were too familiar with until his breakthrough victory at the Honda Classic. The 27-year-old hadn't won professionally at any level, and he hadn't competed in big events—even leading the local Palm Beach Post to rip on Mitchell's win, calling him a "no-name champion". Pretty brutal. Turns out, even the TV broadcast wasn't as familiar with the rising star's name before Sunday's victory. As Mitchell finished up his third round