Freedom New Mexico Clark Colson, 78, of Portales shot a score of 7-under-par 65 last Friday at Portales Country Club. Playing with Colson were Wayne Moore, Bobby Crane and Darwin Chenault.
Aug. 2, 1960: First rounds in a partnership, low-ball, low-total golf tournament were to be played off in both first flight and championship flight. Don Crockett, city champion, set the 18-hole qualifying pace the previous weekend with a 1-under-par 71 for medalist honors.
By Tom Philpott: PNT columnist The Department of Defense’s $4 billion electronic health record system, AHLTA, is so unreliable and difficult to use that military physicians list it among their top three reasons for leaving service. That fact came to light during a House armed services subcommittee hearing last week in which senior medical officers […]
PNT Staff Report HOBBS — The Portales Ram golf team shot a combined 329, finishing in a tie for seventh in a nine-team field Tuesday at Ocotillo Golf Course. Sophomore Donavin Sanchez shot the best round for Portales with a 4-over-par 76. Senior Jefferson Powers shot an 82, sophomore William Archibeque an 85, sophomore Rick […]
By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer In frigid morning mountain temperatures, the Portales Rams heated up to win their second straight Leroy Gooch golf tournament in Ruidoso this week, as Ram sophomores Donavin Sanchez and William Archibeque won the top two small school’s individual medals. District 4-3A foe Lovington started slow but finished strong to […]
PNT Staff Report Because of an error on a scorecard, the Portales Ram golf team’s win at the Roswell-NMMI Tournament on Tuesday has been retracted. Coach Patrick Crowley said the number of strokes recorded on one Ram player’s card was correct. One hole was recorded as par when it was a bogey, and another hole […]
By Mickey Winfield: PNT Staff Writer It’s possible to play golf among cow patties and coyotes at Tatum’s “cow pasture golf course. “ Located about an hour south of Roosevelt County, down Highway 206, it has unique fairways and greens. Two years ago, Tatum Schools Superintendent T.J. Parks got together with some of his board […]
Rick White Guillermo Chavez’ timing couldn’t be better. With the district and state tournaments coming up in the next two weeks, the long-hitting Clovis junior is playing his best golf of the season. Chavez fired his third-straight, sub-par round Thursday, a 1-under-par 70 to win the Clovis Triangular golf tournament. His short birdie putt on […]