If you have played golf for any period of time, you probably know that there seems to be thousands of training aids out there. Which ones work, which ones don’t? That’s a difficult question to answer. A particular training aid may assist you while the same training aid may not help your regular golf partner. Read more
Westfield High School (Chantilly, VA) won the 3rd Virginia State Golf Association Foundation High School Invitational by 19 strokes against 22 other high school teams from around Virginia. Read more
Brenton Flynn, a former Hayfield Secondary School (Alexandria, VA) golfer – Class of ’02 - has made it to Match Play in the US Amatuer Golf Championship at Southern Hills CC in Tulsa, OK. Read more
There is a photo gallery with images of the 2009 Capital Cup. Please take a look to see the Maryland and Virginia teams in action. Once again, congratulations to the Maryland team for winning the event.
The Inaugural Capital Cup, pitting some of the best junior golfers from Virginia and Maryland against one another in a Ryder Cup-style format, was put to rest today. Read more
The MAPGA is conducting the first-ever Capital Cup this weekend at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD. This is a Ryder Cup-style event featuring some of the best junior golfers in Maryland and Virginia competing against one another. That’s right, Maryland v. Virginia! Read more
Coach Karl Kerns of Lake Braddock Secondary School (LBSS) is the lead organizer of the ServPro Invitiational tournament. During the tournament, we had a quick opportunity to sit down and talk a little about the tournament, it’s future, and junior golf and high school golf in general. Read more
Denny McCarthy of Burtonsville, Md (left) is on a roll this summer. The rising junior at Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda, MD is paving a course to the national level of junior golf. Just this week Denny won the individual title at the Williamson Cup. Read more