Par for the course, so far

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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 have announced that sunset is at 8:30 p.m., meaning we’ve still got at least two more hours of play remaining. […] [Read More]
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J.J.’s done … with Round 1

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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: “Absolutely (I’m satisfied). It’s a tough golf course, obviously it’s extremely wet and long, so all in all, I’m […] [Read More]
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J.J. update

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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 holes left in his first round. Henry is scheduled to tee off from the 10th to start his second round. [Read More]
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Reporting from Bethpage Quack … I mean, Black

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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 return to his home state of Connecticut and the Travelers Championship. So far J.J. is at 1-over par […] [Read More]
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A message from Ken Green

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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 everyone for their thoughts, prayers and support that have come my way these past few days. The golf community is like one big […] [Read More]
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Ken Green update

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The news on Ken Green got a little bit better today with his agent and friend Kevin Richardson telling golfdigest.com and pgatour.com that Green’s leg injury might not require amputation. Kevin Richardson, Green’s agent and close friend, visited Green on Tuesday night and said he expects Green to remain hospitalized for at least two weeks […] [Read More]
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More on Ken Green

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Here’s more on Ken Green’s accident: The following is a report from GolfDigest.com written by Tim Rosaforte: The sad life of golfer Ken Green took its saddest turn on Monday afternoon when a tire blew on the RV driven by the Champions Tour golfer on Interstate 20 outside Meridian, Miss. Killed in the crash were […] [Read More]
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Golfer Ken Green in serious condition

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Shocking news this morning that Danbury’s Ken Green is apparently in serious condition after his RV blew a tire and crashed into a tree on Monday, killing the two other passengers and Green’s dog, that were riding with him. Here’s the news item from the Meridian Star newspaper in Meridian, Mississippi. Two people were killed […] [Read More]
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