The Zanesville District Golf Association is preparing for its annual show at Eagle Sticks Saturday.
The ZDGA Golf Show has been going on for nearly 25-years and is designed to bring all of the golf enthusiast together during the winter to have a good time while helping local golf courses get rid of merchandise from last season and raise money for a great cause.
"It gets everybody enthuse and excited because, not only are you getting together but, you get to try out the...
The annual Zanesville District Golf Association Golf Show is just a few weeks away.
This year the Z.D.G.A. is offering something new at the show. Four golf club manufacturers will be in attendance with the latest line of clubs for attendees to try and give feedback. This will go along with the long drive competition that takes place each year. Event organizer and Zanesville Country Club's Golf Pro, Mike Durant, said the event gets people together after a long winter off from golf.
Brad Baker of Warsaw is no stranger to winning golf tournaments.
Baker fired a 73 at Zanesville Country Club on Sunday and a 289 overall for his third Zanesville District Golf Association Amateur Championship.
Zanesville native Jason Boughman was tied with Baker after 54 holes, but dropped out of contention following three straight bogeys and a triple bogey on holes 9-12. Boughman finished with a 297, one stroke ahead of former Tri-Valley Scottie Zack Forker.
Four new members were added to the Zanesville District Golf Association's Hall of Fame.
Ron Bucci, Bob Lewis, Mike McCullough and Russell Roberts were inducted to ZDGA Monday night at the association's 13th Golf Hall of Fame and Recognition Banquet held at the Putnam VFW. All four inductees said they got their start on the green at a young age.
"For me, it was my backyard in Coshocton, Ohio; the country club," McCullough said. "And I caddied on Monday and I'd play...
It was as close to a forgone conclusion as you could get in the golf world, but Chase Wilson couldn't relax on the final day of the Zanesville District Golf Association Tournament.
He entered the final round at the Zanesville Country Club with a huge lead but still had his sights on one prize, all four rounds in the 60s. Wilson accomplished that goal by firing a final round 68 at the Country Club which was good enough for a four under par day. In the process Wilson broke the tournament...
Chase Wilson is doing to the ZDGA Amateur what Tiger Woods used to do in tournaments in the early 2000s. Wilson will take a 13-shot lead into the final round at Zanesville Country Club. The High Point senior to be fired his third straight under par round, a three-under 67 in blustry conditions at Eaglesticks Golf Club on Saturday. The only other round under par on the day was fired by future Akron golfer and Rosecrans graduate Josh Agin, who shot a two-...