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Holcomb finishes second as Cape Fear golfers compete in the state championship

Laney High School senior Grace Holcomb was one of the many golfers from across the Cape Fear that competed in the state tournament this week. Holcomb wrapped up her prep career for the Buccaneers on Tuesday by finishing Runner-Up in Class 4A. 

PGA Tour heads to Quail Hollow, Champions gets first major

Quail Hollow gets another strong field for the Wells Fargo Championship.

Call of the wild: Great outdoors is great escape in pandemic

There were over 8 million more American hikers in 2020 compared to the year before and nearly 8 million more campers.

Saudi golf Ladies European Tour has prize of $1M

While women players are allowed to wear long shorts in what appears to be a first in the conservative kingdom, it appears that most, if not all, have opted in the lead up to don pants in respect of local customs.

Bryson DeChambeau blasts way to U.S. Open title

He added 40 pounds of mass so he could swing faster and harder.  

Georgia man gets prison for Masters golf ticket scheme

A Georgia man has been sentenced to more than two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a scheme that used stolen identities to obtain tickets the Masters golf tournament.

Jack Nicklaus says he tested positive for coronavirus

Jack Nicklaus says he and wife Barbara tested positive for the coronavirus at the onset of the pandemic.

Summer golf camps for kids in full swing at max capacity

Sporting events and schools have been shut down for months now due to covid-19, but something that hasn't slowed down this summer are sports camps. In reality, they are seeing high numbers than usual.

Masters moves to November as majors shuffled amid coronavirus pandemic

In a joint statement, the PGA Tour, USGA, R&A, PGA of America and Augusta National Golf Club clarified Monday morning what golf will to look like for the rest of this year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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To wear, or not to wear? Businesses decide whether to continue requiring masks

After Governor Cooper took away the mask mandate, maximum capacity and social distancing requirements Friday, small businesses were given a choice. After taking the weekend to decide, many are thrilled to have a say.

Making up for lost time: Siblings find one another through DNA website after decades apart

Four siblings in the Cape Fear are making up for lost time after finding one another in late 2020.

North Carolina police officer injured during hit-and-run

Authorities say a North Carolina police officer was injured when his cruiser was hit by a man who was driving while impaired and fled the scene of the accident.

Prosecutor to discuss probe into fatal shooting of NC man

A North Carolina prosecutor says he is ready to discuss the results of a state investigation into the fatal shooting of a man by sheriff’s deputies.