Cedaredge is the newest location of the First Tee program in Colorado.
This highly recognized program introduces children to the game of golf, incorporates nine core values and encourages healthy living habits through the physical education curriculum.
Cedaredge is the newest location for The First Tee, a program that introduces children to the game of golf, incorporates nine core values, and encourages healthy living habits through a physical education curriculum.
The local ladies golf league raised $4,000 with a charity golf tournament in September to bring this program to Cedaredge Elementary School.
Four area athletes were privileged to have had the opportunity of playing in this year's 3A State Golf Tournament at Indian Peaks Golf Course in Lafayette on Oct. 3.
An unexpected spring storm delayed the playing of the 3A tournament in Lafayette.
Delta's Panthers took to the links in Craig and Steamboat Springs on Aug. 21 and 22, respectively.
The Panthers got solid play from senior KC Carlson both days with scores of 79 in Craig and 81 in Steamboat.
Over 10 years ago, Annie Carlson was diagnosed with non hodgkins lymphoma. She underwent treatment and found herself over $100,000 in debt, even with health insurance.
This year's 2017 Devil's Thumb Ladies Club champion is Tracy Brown. Brown's two-day total of 188 proved to be the tournament's top gross score, with a round of 95 coming on the first day and a 93 coming on the final day (Sunday, Aug. 13).
Jinx Richards was the top net winner in First Flight play with scores of 68 and 72 for a two-day total of 140.
There were 11 varsity golf teams playing for medalist and team honors last Thursday (Aug. 10) at Cedaredge Golf Club. There was plenty of sunshine and temperatures were conducive to excellent conditions for the Bruins and visiting linksters hoping to finish the day with the top scores of the day.
Sixteen varsity teams and four junior varsity teams gathered at Devil's Thumb Golf Course on Aug. 11 to play in the Delta Panther Invitational.
Aspen's Skiers won its second straight tournament with a score of 218 with Montrose (221), Fruita (227), Grand Junction (231) and Durango (237) completing list of the top five teams in the tournament.
Devil's Thumb Senior Men's and Men's League play is winding down for the summer. Results from both the Senior's and Men's League play were recently made available.
The final results from Devil's Thumb Men's play for July 17 and 24 indicate some strong play with plenty of accuracy, especially on the 17th. Two hole-in-ones were recorded, one in Senior Men's League play and the second in Men's League play.
The second annual Deltarado Days Golf Tournament, hosted by First Colorado National Bank, was played under sunny skies and mild temperatures last Sunday at Devil's Thumb Golf Club.
Twenty-one teams participated in the 18-hole scramble format.
Recent play at Devil's Thumb Golf Club included the sun-bathed Devil's Thumb Open (June 17-18) and the June 24th Elks Tournament.
In what was once a huge tournament played on the now-abandoned Cottonwood Golf Course, this year's version of the Delta Open tournament featured 38 participants.
Last week's results from Devil's Thumb Men's League play showed close competition for the day's nine-hole round.
Atop the leaderboard at the conclusion of play, Larry Vincent and Dallas Overholt shared the top score of 41 in gross play.
Delta Elks Lodge #1235 sponsored its annual golf tournament at Devil's Thumb Golf Club last Saturday, June 24.
There were 11 teams vying for honors in the 18-hole scramble.
Last Saturday Delta Rotary Club hosted 23 teams at Devil's Thumb Golf Club for the 17th playing of the Rotary Club 4-Player Scramble. In all, 94 players contested for prize monies and awards.
Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3571 and its Auxiliary hosted their fifth annual golf tournament on Saturday, May 20, Armed Forces Day, at the Devil's Thumb Golf Course. All teams were awarded participation mugs and a delicious lunch prepared by the post and auxiliary members.
Devil's Thumb Golf Club hosted Senior play on April 14. Golf Pro Ken Brown provided results.
Net winners for the 18 holes of golf played included Harold Clay (70), Dan Burke (72), Jack Lonis (73), Steve Hicks and Ed Boiani (75).
For the second year in a row, Devil's Thumb Golf Club has been ranked third in the category "Best Western Slope Course." The recognition comes from Colorado Avid Golfer, which determines the winners of the awards known as CAGGYs through an online voting process.
This year's Cedaredge Ladies' Golf Club Sizzler had a theme of "Dogs & Cats." A $1000 donation was made to the Cedaredge Animal Shelter.
Delta High School's golf season was successful in many ways, including a trip to state (as a varsity team) for the first time in the school's history.
A playoff at regional play in Delta made it possible for the Panthers to make the trip to state as a team.
No one seems absolutely sure, with records not easily obtained, but there's plenty of speculation going around that the 2016 Delta golf team has made history by qualifying its entire team for the state playoffs (played on Sept. 26-27 in Colorado Springs).
A two-way playoff between Basalt and Delta was needed to determine the 3A Regional Golf Tournament's two teams who carded the top two scores.
Delta County golf teams from Cedaredge and Delta competed at The Bridges and Cobble Creek in Montrose recently.
Montrose won the team title at The Bridges with a score of 217. Glen-Michael Mihavetz was the medalist with a 71.
Delta High School's golf team participated in a pair of tournaments last week. Delta placed third at Yampa Valley-Craig on Monday.
Fall sports, with the exception of boys golf, is slated to get underway this week. Golf programs at both Delta High School and Cedaredge High School have been playing since Aug. 11.
Delta High School's golf team is getting into the swing of things as a new prep season gets underway. With golf season getting an early start in prep sports, many teams have already participated in a meet or two.
There were 72 golfers vying for top scores and prizes at last weekend's 16th Annual Devil's Thumb Ladies Classic. The 36-hole tournament was played on Saturday and Sunday.
The Colorado High School Activities Association and its 352 member schools open the 96th school year with boys' golf official practice on Aug. 8. All other sports start officially on Aug. 15.
"What a great day at Devil's Thumb Golf Course for the first annual Bulldog Booster Club Scramble!" said Curtis Hintz. "A big thank you to Ken Brown for helping organize and hosting this event.
There were 71 golfers who played on 18 teams at last Sunday's Deltarado Days Weekend annual Delta Alumni Association Golf Tournament held at Devil's Thumb Golf Club. First Colorado National Bank was the sponsoring organization offering a variety of prizes for those who played the course.
The first annual Edward Jones Devil's Thumb Open was played over the past weekend. Thirty-six golfers played for top honors by playing 18 holes on both Saturday and Sunday.
The Cedaredge Rotary Club held its annual golf tournament Saturday, June 18, at the Cedaredge Golf Club.
In an effort to create something new, unique and fun, this year's 18-hole event was made into a par three golf course where every hole began from the 150-yard mark.
The fifth annual John D. Brewer Memorial Golf Tournament will take place Saturday, May 14, at the Cedaredge Golf Course. Proceeds benefit HopeWest.
The Devil's Thumb Ladies Golf Club will hold its annual Opener on Saturday, April 16.
The Opener is a social held every year to encourage new lady golfers, and club members, to have a fun day.
The Delta Panthers have achieved many goals this golf season. One goal was to win a tournament, and that happened at a recent golf tournament in Gunnison.
Delta scored 239 points to win the team title and had a medalist in the top three.
The Cedaredge Bruins placed third at regional qualifying play at Steamboat Springs' Haymaker Golf Course.
Aspen won the team title (244), Basalt was second (253) and the Bruins were third with their 257.
Information from Devil's Thumb Men's Club indicates a victory for Devil's Thumb in the recently played Men's Interleague Play championship for 2015.
Delta High School hosted its annual Delta Invitational Golf Tournament last Wednesday, Aug. 26, at Devil's Thumb Golf Club. There were nine varsity teams represented with 41 athletes playing. Durango won the team title with a score of 225 with Montrose placing second at 228, and Steamboat Springs finishing its with their 230.
Cedaredge and Delta High School's golf teams competed in last week's Wildcat Invitational. The competition took place at The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa.
The 2015 golfing campaign for Cedaredge and Delta began last week with tournament action at Cedaredge Golf Club. Fifteen teams were represented in varsity play with two junior varsity teams joining the fun on the links.
Delta High School will have a new golf coach for the 2015 season. Devil's Thumb head pro Ken Brown has replaced Marty Rover as the Panthers' golf coach. Rover chose to step down to spend more time with his growing family.
The 15th annual Devil's Thumb Ladies Classic, sponsored by Alpine Bank, was played last weekend, Aug. 1-2. Eighty-six contestants, from as far away as California, took place in the two-day tournament at Devil's Thumb Golf Club in Delta.
Cedaredge athletic director, and head football coach, Brandon Milholland has announced the 2015 annual Bruins' Golf Fundraiser to be held at Cedaredge Golf Club.
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