An un-bee-lievable success
Supreme Court decision allows Nova Scotia government to keep ...
Grand Pré National Historic Site's Landscape Festival a celebration of ...
A time for action
Fairy garden taking shape at Kings County Museum
Sightings coming in of Kansas dog who went missing in New Waterford
Dead-heading large rhodos almost impossible
New Minas lightning strike results in minimal damage to trailer
Windsor Knights look to maintain top spot as competition nips at heels
Port Williams teen wins first women’s amateur championship
When the unthinkable happens: Port Williams golfer switches schools after golf program slashed
River Hills golf course in Clyde River ready to host 2018 MCT Men’s Amateur Championship July 5-8
All in the family: Kings County sisters battle for MJT medalist honours at Ken-Wo
Clyde River's River Hills ready to host 2018 MCT Men’s Amateur Championship
Closure averted: Greenwood Golf Course opens for first season under new owners
Former Wolfville resident sets sights on PGA Tour
But first, he’ll return to his roots. PGA LatinoAmerica Tour member Alastair, AKA Ally, Tidcombe is travelling throughout South America going head-to-head with fellow PGA Tour prospects in hopes of being one of the select few professional ...
14 Wing’s Greenwood Golf Club slated for closure
On April 11, 14 Wing Greenwood base commander Col. Pat Thauberger announced the 18-hole course primarily used by military personnel is slated to close in October. “The Greenwood Gold Club has always presented a top-notch, tournament-level course to ...
Three Kings County golfers selected for Team Nova Scotia
Ken-Wo Golf Club members 17-year-old Zachary Forsythe, 16-year-old Heather McLean and 17-year-old Meghan McLean were recently named to Team NS. “We are fortunate to have such talented young men and women representing the (Nova Scotia Golf ...
Young golf star Sara Cumby making a name for herself after NSSAF win
Held at the Antigonish Golf and Country Club on Oct. 3, over 20 senior girls competed but only Cumby walked away with the first place medal. “I was pleased with winning provincials but I didn't feel I played my best that day,” admits Cumby. She says ...
Horton girls win NSSAF golf provincials
Schools represented by girls’ and boys’ teams of between two and four players vied for the provincial titles, with the top two scores on the girls’ side and the top three on the boys’ side counting toward the team championships. With Heather McLean ...
Port Williams sisters have strong showing at junior girls’ golf provincials
They’re not the only siblings with a performance worth noting: the McLean sisters from Port Williams, who golf at Ken-Wo, both had strong showings. Two days after 14-year-old Heather captured the bantam girls’ championship, older sister Meghan, 16, ...
Local golfers win NSGA Ladies Two-Ball championship
Peggy Kenny and Laura Reid, both of whom golf out of Ken-Wo in New Minas, led the field at the end of the day with a score of two-over-par 74. Kenny and Reid combined for a round that included two birdies and four bogies to finish three strokes ahead ...
Kings County's Heather McLean wins provincial bantam girls' golf title
Heather, 14, the youngest of three golfing siblings, captured the 2015 provincial Bantam Girls championship July 21 at Bell Bay in Baddeck. Heather, who golfs out of Ken-Wo in New Minas, opened the tournament July 20 with a first-round score of 82 ...
Living the dream: Wolfville man's dream of a pro golf career firmly on track
“My dad golfed, and I wanted to be like him. I had played soccer, but I liked the individual aspects of golf, and the character of the sport,” he recalls. It was “nothing too serious” at that point, he says, but that dream is a little bit closer to ...
'Awesome' 15-year-old nearly wins at Paragon
Third round leader David Williamson of Ashburn was five over on his final round at the par-71 Paragon Golf and Country Club, and was caught by 15-year-old Shaun Margeson of Oakfield Country Club who shot a 73. Going into the final round, the ...