Topics: Golf

A quote sits alone atop the Pals For Life Foundation’s website, palsforlife.com. “We are all keepers of our brothers and sisters,” it reads. That quote captures the spirit of the Pals For Life Foundation (PFL), which, for the past 26 years, has given back to locals in the hospitality industry when they have needed assistance the most. PFL is set to host its 25 th annual golf outing on Oct. 6 at the Captains...

Anybody who regularly plays golf has likely pondered what it would be like to hit a hole in one. Doug Gorman is no different. The avid golfer has thought about that feeling for roughly 25 years — but more than just that, Gorman’s vision of his first hole in one has included him dropping dead once he retrieves the ball. “I’ve always had this thing in my head that the perfect way to die is when I’m 81, I’d get a...

Registration is open for the Monomoy Booster Club’s 2021 golf tournament, which will be held Columbus Day, Oct. 11, at The Ridge Club in Sandwich. The golf tournament is the primary fundraising event for the Monomoy Booster Club, which supports Monomoy student-athletes with scholarships, special equipment and more. Registration is $175 per individual or $700 per team. Sponsorship opportunities are also avai...

EAST BRIDGEWATER — What many expected to be a monumental day for the Monomoy Regional High School’s girls golf program ultimately turned out to be a bittersweet ending to a historic season. After posting a 12-0 record and capturing the Cape and Islands League title, the Sharks headed into the postseason as one of the state’s top teams to watch. A big part of Monomoy’s success has been because of Jennie Grogan,...

YARMOUTH PORT – Jennie Grogan had an inkling that she might have a good day on the golf course when she visited the driving range to hit balls ahead of Monday’s Cape and Islands League individual golf championship at Kings Way Golf Club in Yarmouth Port. While the Monomoy Regional High School sophomore sensation could tell she had her A game at the driving range, Grogan became certain that she was playing well...

Shortly after Governor Charlie Baker announced on April 21 that schools across the state would remain closed through the end of the academic year, Monomoy baseball catcher Sean Gould drove to Whitehouse Field, crouched down behind home plate, and held his arm out as if prepping for one more catch. It’s a catch that won’t be coming. On April 24, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) vote...

Student athletes across the state gave a cautiously optimistic cheer on Monday afternoon when it was announced that the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association approved a shortened spring season for all sports. The MIAA Board of Directors held a two-hour phone conference, voting 12-0, with one abstention, to hold a shortened spring season to begin upon the planned reopening of schools on May 4, at w...

HARWICH – Other teams might get the fans, but the Monomoy girls golf team got the wins this season, including an outstanding performance at the 2019 Cape Cod Girls High School Golf Championship, won by Shark eighth grader Jennie Grogan. So what's behind the team's success? According to players the key factor is patience, with a healthy dose of sportsmanship, the latter of which earned the team well-deserved re...

HARWICH – It was a great day for Mickey Glennen, Mike Hodges, and Betsy Casey, and an even better day for the Monomoy All Sports Booster Club as their second annual golf tournament not only meant awesome awards for the aforementioned trio, but a strong show of support that resulted in a successful fundraiser as well. Glennen earned the Closest to the Pin title for the men, coming within 10 feet of the flag on ...

HARWICH ─ When Monomoy golfer Jake Poitras first invited teammate and fellow senior Matt Veary to hit the links with him, Veary wasn't having it. “He started playing a couple months before I did and was like, 'Come to the driving range with me,'” Veary recollected. “I said, 'Nah. Golf's not fun. Why would I want to do that?' Then I did and I loved it. I had no intentions of continuing to play, but then I fel...

Monomoy Boys Golf Driving Toward Strong Season

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH ─ The Monomoy boys golf team is officially on par for a stellar 2017 season, especially if they continue with the winning ways seen in their first three matches. The Sharks kicked off their season even before school began, competing against Nantucket on Aug. 31, earning a 116-77 Cape and Islands League victory in which Matt Veary shot two under par. David Van Sickle also had a solid outing. Then, ...

Monomoy Boys varsity golf vs. Cape Tech, Sept. 7, 3:30 p.m. at Cranberry Valley Girls varsity field hockey @ Falmouth, Sept. 7, 4:30 p.m. Girls varsity soccer @ St. John Paul II, Sept. 8, 4:15 p.m. Boys varsity soccer vs. St. John Paul II, Sept. 8, 6 p.m. Boys varsity football @ Cape Tech, Sept. 9, 1 p.m. Girls varsity field hockey @ Sturgis East, Sept. 11, 4 p.m. Boys varsity soccer...

HARWICH ─ There is an African proverb that says it takes a village to raise a child. When it comes to the Monomoy High golf programs, it takes a community of dedicated duffers to ensure its ongoing success. From the WHGANY tournament to newly donated junior memberships there is resounding support for high school student athletes interested in hitting the links. When longtime golf enthusiast, Monomoy fan, and...

EAST BRIDGEWATER – The Monomoy girls golf team finished their 2017 season with an overall record of 9-5 and came in fourth place at the South Sectionals last week, with team member Maddie Leonard qualifying to play in the state finals next Wednesday. Leonard shot a 90, which allows her to take part in the state tournament taking place at the Heritage Country Club in Charlton. “Maddie is an incredibly gifted...