Monthly Archive for June, 2009

: June, 2009

Great deals at the Wheel

I was at Fairchild Wheeler golf course Monday (the Black Course looks awesome, by the way) to cover the J.J. Henry/First Tee breakfast — and to get my Bridgeport resident card renewed. I talked with

Green ribbons for Ken Green

Green ribbons were handed out today (and again tomorrow) for the PGA Tour pros to wear at the Travelers Championship in support of Danbury’s Ken Green, who was severely injured in a June 8 auto

We’re done for the day

Play has been suspended at 8:24 p.m. the 109th U.S. Open. J.J. Henry finished 13 holes on his second round, standing at 2-over. He is at 5-over for the tournament.

J.J.’s stumbling

It appears that playing 30 holes of golf in one day with the mental stress of the U.S. Open banging around in your head has started to take its toll on J. J. Henry. After playing the back nine at

J.J. makes the (third) turn

J.J. Henry just finished the back nine (his 27th hole of the day) at 1-under-par, inching him back to 2-over for the tournament. He birdied par-3 17th. He will now head to the front nine and see how

Par for the course, so far

Fairfield’s J.J. Henry is through six holes (playing the back nine) in his second round of the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black. He has parred all six to remain at 3-over for the tournament. USGA Officials

J.J.’s done … with Round 1

Not bad. Not bad at all. Fairfield’s J.J. Henry finished his first round at the U.S. Open Friday, shooting a 3-over 73 over a soggy Bethpage Black course. This is what Henry said after his round:

J.J. update

After making the fron nine turn with a solid 1-over 36, J.J. Henry has stumbled with back-to-back bogeys at the 499-yard, par-4 12th and the 554-yard, par-5 13th. he is currently at 3-over with five

Reporting from Bethpage Quack … I mean, Black

Hello! I’ve made it down to Bethpage Black, my only day at the U.S. Open. I’ll be going after Fairfield’s finest J.J. Henry, to get a report on his current state of affairs heading into next week’s

A message from Ken Green

Danbury’s Ken Green, badly injured in a RV accident on Monday in Mississippi, released a statement Friday that was published by pgatour.com. Here’s Kenny’s message: Jun. 12, 2009 Green “I want thank