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Today we’re going to talk about the relationship between playing golf and the lessons of life. But first, let me be perfectly clear: golf is a game; life is not a game. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department will offer team registration for a Covid-19 Safe 2021 Spring Adult Sand Volleyball League beginning Monday, April 19th through April 24th. more
Ever wonder how quickly you could take your golf game to the next level? How about 30 seconds. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can use to improve your results, just by doing certain things that take less than a minute. more
Herb Wimberly served as the Aggie men’s head golf coach for 31 years, retiring in 1994. Some of the notable golfers who played for Herb “back in the day” are Rich Beem, Larry Beem (Rich’s late dad), Bart Bryant, Steve Haskins, Tom Byrum and Tom’s brother, Curt Byrum. more
One of my all-time favorite business books is “The Ten Commandments for Business Failure,” by former Coca Cola President Donald R. Keough. Rumor has it Keough was asked to write about keys to success, but he said to his publisher, “Can’t do it. But I can tell how you can surely fail.” more
Can a new administrator of a major golf association significantly change the game? In mid-February, Mike Whan was named CEO of the United States Golf Association (USGA), replacing Mike Davis, who is retiring this summer. more
The hits – and the awards – just keep on coming for NM State baseball's Zerek Saenz. Shortly after being named the Western Athletic Conference's Hitter of the Week Monday morning, the … more
After 14 months of waiting, race car drivers and their teams were able to get their vehicles moving Saturday, March 20, as Vado Speedway Park opened its gates at 25 percent capacity. As long as … more
On the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 23, the sports world -- the whole world for that matter -- was jarred by the breaking news that Tiger Woods had been critically injured in a single-vehicle rollover car crash in suburban Los Angeles. more
On March 4, the New Mexico Public Education Department announced that effective immediately, spectators will now be permitted to attend all school related sporting events to the extent allowed … more
Las Cruces pickleball player Laura Smart, right, won silver in women’s singles 70-plus 3.0 at the PPA Grand Slam in Phoenix Feb. 16. more
Max Homa, one of the highly talented young guns on the PGA Tour, was the winner of the Genesis Invitational tournament in greater Los Angeles a few weeks ago. TV viewers thought his victory was a mere formality, as Homa stepped over a three-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole for the win. more
The debut episode of the Juwaun Price show was pretty good. Price punched in the NM State football team's game-winning touchdown to lift the Aggies to a 36-29 victory over Dixie State Sunday at the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas. more
We have officially entered the windy season in the high desert. For the next three months, when we head to the golf course in late morning, we are thinking, “Will this wind never end?” It will, just as the daytime temperatures soar. more
A longtime stalwart of the Las Cruces running community, the late Lawrence Joy, is being honored with a virtual 5k sponsored by Las Cruces Running Club (LCRC). more
Unless you follow PGA Tour golf closely and watch untold hours of tournament TV broadcasts, you may not know the name Kamaiu (ka-my-yoo) Johnson. Johnson is a 27-year-old professional golfer from Tallahassee, Florida, who became attached to golf in a most improbable way. more
The term, “course management” is classic golf jargon and short for “managing yourself around the golf course for the best possible results.” Skillful and effective course management involves several things, but mainly it is about playing for position. more
Dona Ana County Senior Olympic (DACSO) games – which usually get underway early in each calendar year – have been canceled for 2021. more
Possibilities. As golfers, that’s pretty much how we think. Each time we tee it up for a new round, in our hearts dwells the anticipation that this one will be special. more
Las Cruces City Manager Ifo Pili has direct and personal connections to both teams squaring off this Sunday in Super Bowl LV. During his NFL career, Pili played for Kansas City Chiefs Coach Andy Reid and alongside Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. more
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