Every single day, Michael Reed and Cameron Dawson can be found together on a golf course, usually at the Elizabethtown Country Club where both are members. Reed and Dawson are two of the top golfers not only in the 5th Region, but in the state of Kentucky.
A person’s senior year brings joy and celebration for years of hard work and dedication. For Elizabethtown senior Lauren Hartlage, it has given her a business-like attitude and razor-sharp focus on the goals in front of her.
First-year coaches Bobby Thompson and Paul Gray are quick to admit they couldn’t have stepped into better situations if they would have scripted it.
Elizabethtown’s Thompson and Central Hardin’s Gray have two of the teams considered by most coaches to be among the favorites to win the 5th Region championship at Heritage Hill Golf Club in late September.
At least two area players made the cut for today’s final round of the 96th Kentucky Open at the par-72, 7,119-yard Champion Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville.
Surviving Wednesday’s 36-hole cut to play today are former Meade County player Spencer Hackert (72-73—145) and Elizabethtown resident Micheal Carter Demary (78-72—150).
Former Meade County player Spencer Hackert and former Elizabethtown player Kris Maffet lead the area contingent entering today’s second round of the 96th Kentucky Open at the par-72, 7,119-yard Champion Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville.
Three schools from Meade County finished in the top 12 in their respective divisions in the National Archery in the Schools Program World Tournament, which was held Thursday-Saturday at Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
Ten golfers with area ties are among the 156-player field for the 96th Kentucky Open, which starts this morning at Champion Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville.
The 54-hole tournament, which has been held every year since 1920, starts at 8 a.m. today at the par-72 Champion Trace – which is hosting for the first time since 2004.