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Kansas State University sophomore Shalysa Wray helped her teammates claim the 17th-fastest time in the nation after helping clock 3:32.91 in the 4x400 metre...
More than 60 senior and junior golfers competed over the weekend at the 29th Cayman Islands Amateur Championship at the North Sound Golf Club.
Three Cayman Islands golfers advanced in the world rankings this week, according to the World Amateur Golf Ranking website. Justin Hastings, Aaron Jarvis and...
The Cayman Islands Golf Association is sending a team to compete in the 2019 Caribbean Amateur Junior Championship at Albany, Bahamas from 23-26 July.
Three of the island’s junior golfers took part in the 26th Annual international Canadian Junior Golf Association’s World Junior Challenge, played at Innisbrook Golf Resort in Palm Harbor, Florida, from Dec. 27-30.
Three of the men’s Caribbean Amateur Championship winning team are in Ireland to take part in the World Amateur Team Championships.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association has announced the team that will represent the Cayman Islands at the 2018 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships hosted by the Caymanas Golf Club in Spanish Town, Jamaica, from July 3-7.
Golf is unique in the world of sport in that it has no boundaries in terms of gender or age. Cayman’s courses regularly see golfers ranging from 6 years of age to those over 80, teeing it up and enjoying a healthy outdoor activity.
Some familiar names took the honors at this year’s TRAC Cayman Islands Amateur Championships, organized by the Cayman Island Golf Association. The championship took place on March 24-25 with four divisions, Super Senior, Seniors, Ladies and Men. A handicap competition is run concurrently, and a total of 55 golfers took part.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association recently held its Annual General Meeting, providing the golfing community an opportunity to celebrate the recent success of Cayman’s golfers on the local and international stage.
The second coaching weekend in the Cayman Islands Golf Association/Leadbetter Golf Academy junior development program went ahead Nov. 17-19, with the Orlando-based academy’s Michael Sanabria visiting the island.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association marked its 25th anniversary at the annual President’s Trophy event presented by Cayman National Bank on Saturday.
Specialist Junior Golf Coaches Jose Maria ‘Txema’ Sanchez and Brett Meyer from the world renowned David Leadbetter Golf Academy spent the weekend in Cayman working with the islands’ junior golfers.
The Cayman Islands golf team took third place in the Hoerman Cup at the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships in the Dominican Republic, the best showing by the Cayman team since the championship was hosted on island in 2008, the Cayman Islands Golf Association said.
Cayman’s top junior golfers traveled to Port of Spain Trinidad for the Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships July 2-6 for a tournament hosted by St. Andrew’s Golf Club.
Kelli Dawson and William Koutney, with a net score of 61, won the annual Cayman Islands Golf Association pairs tournament on June 24.
Cayman’s top junior golfers will head to St. Andrew’s Golf Club in Port of Spain, Trinidad, to play in the 2017 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships from July 3-7.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association has announced the team of golfers who will represent the Cayman Islands at the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships in July at the Casa De Campo resort in the Dominican Republic.
The Cayman Islands Golf Association has announced the team that will represent the Cayman Islands at the 2017 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships hosted by Trinidad from July 4-7.
Isabel Mendes won the ladies competition and Andrew Linford won the men’s championship in the 2016 Cayman Islands Golf Association’s annual President’s Trophy contest at the North Sound Golf Club on Saturday.
Children ages 9 and 10 are learning the fundamentals of golf and etiquette of the game in the six-week Caymanian Youth Golf Program.
Three of Cayman’s top junior golfers, 2016 Junior Champion Andrew Jarvis, his brother Aaron, and Justin Hastings qualified to compete in the Future College World Tour Open at the Disney Lake Buena Vista Golf Course in Orlando, Florida, from Oct. 29-30.
Cayman sent a team of six male golfers to contest the Hoerman Cup last week, with the best golfers from the Caribbean region at the Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
Despite being one of the smallest countries to field a team in this prestigious regional event, Cayman did exceptionally well in three days of competition at the 2016 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championship in Barbados that ended July 8.
Six young golfers will travel with coach/manager Brad de Schiffert to Barbados to represent the Cayman Islands in the 2016 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships July 4-8. Cayman will compete against eight other Caribbean countries.
Students at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School have been learning how to putt, drive and maintain golf courses. In April, North Sound Golf Club...
Golfers from Cayman participated in separate but concurrent tournaments last week in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
A record 74 golfers took part in this year’s Amateur Championships, the flagship event for Cayman Islands Golf Association.
Thirty young golfers took part in round 5 of the six-round Digicel Junior Golf Series at North Sound Golf Club on Sunday.