Golf

  • Golf tourney to support Ark Animal Shelter

    DEER ISLE — The Ark Animal Shelter in Cherryfield will hold its 12th annual Scramble for the Animals golf tournament at the Island Country Club on Saturday with a 9 a.m. tee off. This year’s tournament sponsors are R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware, located in Hancock, and Maine Camp Outfitters on Deer Isle. “We’re so thankful

  • Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    DEDHAM — Michelle Atherton of Bucksport got a hole-in-one on Sunday at the Lucerne Golf Club course. Atherton’s hole-in-one was Maine hole No. 6 and 102 yards using a 9-iron. It was witnessed by Dan Atherton, Harvey Matthews, Dustin Raybourn and Adam Kaspala. Results from the Lucerne Golf Club’s Senior Scramble on Thursday are as

  • MDI tourney supports Park Street Playground Project

    MDI tourney supports Park Street Playground Project

    BAR HARBOR — The 23rd annual Bar Harbor Bank & Trust David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament was held at the Kebo Valley Golf Club on Tuesday, June 7. Proceeds will benefit the Park Street Playground Project — a project to revitalize Bar Harbor’s public playground. This annual charity event is a tribute to longtime

  • Golf tourney to support MDI’s Park Street Playground Project

    Golf tourney to support MDI’s Park Street Playground Project

    BAR HARBOR — The 23rd Annual David Harding Memorial Golf Tournament will be held Tuesday, June 7, at Kebo Valley Golf Club. The tournament, hosted by Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, will benefit the Park Street Playground Project. In 2011, Amy Schwartz established the project with the Bar Harbor (Mount Desert Island) Rotary Club to

  • Senior Scramble results

    Senior Scramble results

    DEDHAM — Results from the Lucerne Golf Club’ Senior Scramble results from Monday and Thursday are as follows: Monday: First – Tom Winston, Mark Molnar, Ralph Alley and Doug Deans (-6); Second (tie) – David Gubler, Kerry Woodbury, Bob McKenney and Russ Black (-5) and Dennis Kiah, Bob Landis, Barry Harris and Bob Fraser (-5);

  • Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    ELLSWORTH — The Lucerne Golf Club’s Senior Scramble results from Monday are as follows: First (tie): Bill Brooks, Don McCubbin, Jim Bonzey, Gordon Holmes, Bill Brooks (-6). Joe Guaraldo, Don Burnham, Johnny Lee, Tom Winston (-6). Third tie: Bob Francis, Ken Greenlaw, Royce Morrison, Barry Hobert (-5). Phil Carroll, Jim Oreskovich, Mark Johnson, Larry Orcutt

  • Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    DEDHAM — Results from the Lucerne Golf Club’s Senior Scramble on Thursday are as follows: First: Mike Dore, Mark Johnson, Royce Morrison and Tom Winston (-5); second: Dennis Kiah, Ben Sawyer, Charlie Perkins and Bob Mc Kenney (-4); Mel Mc Lay, Kerry Woodbury, Dick Baker and Daryl Briggs (-2); Barry Harris, Ron Allen, Roger Chandler

  • Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

    DEDHAM — Results from Monday’s Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results are listed below: Ralph Alley, Mike Dore, Tom Winston (-5). Ben Birch, Jim Awalt, Ron Allen, Charlie Perkins, Johnny Lee, Mel Bowden and Larry Orcutt (-3). Mark Johnson, Daryl Briggs, Jack Austin, Royce Morrison (-2). John Somes, Junior Tracy, Jim Mabry, Terry Pangburn (-2).

  • Tourney to support playground project

    BAR HARBOR — Bar Harbor Bank & Trust’s 23rd annual David R. Harding Memorial Golf Tournament will benefit the Park Street Playground Project. The tournament will be played on Tuesday, June 7, at Kebo Valley Golf Club. Proceeds will benefit the Park Street Playground Project — a venture under the direction of the Bar Harbor

  • EHS grad named NAC Golfer of the Year

    EHS grad named NAC Golfer of the Year

    BANGOR — Greg Martin, a Husson University golfer and an Ellsworth High School graduate, was named the North Atlantic Conference Golfer of the Year as well as the Corvias Eastern College Athletic Conference’s men’s Division III Golfer of the Month for September. The senior took medalist honors at three of the four invitational tournaments that