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06/24/18 6:00am
06/24/2018 6:00 AM

Coming up on 40 years old next year, I’m starting to think a lot about my bucket list.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not exactly planning to kick it any time soon, but that pending birthday has made me think about things I haven’t gotten around to doing yet and places I’ve always wanted to see. This mostly involves going to sporting events and seeing new cities. READ

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06/14/18 6:00am
06/14/2018 6:00 AM

“When you’re finished changing, you’re finished.”

—Benjamin Franklin

The United States Golf Association has heeded the words spoken over 200 years ago by Franklin, one of our founding fathers. In preparation for the 118th playing of the United States Open, which starts today for the fifth time at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, the USGA has made some major changes to the iconic course. This will be the fifth time Shinnecock has hosted the U.S. Open, and it’s the only course to have done so in three different centuries. READ

07/01/13 11:54am
07/01/2013 11:54 AM

JAY DEMPSEY PHOTO | Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton hosted the U.S. Women’s Open this past weekend.

Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton hosted the 68th U.S. Women’s Golf Open this past weekend, which ended Sunday with Inbee Park hoisting her second Open trophy. Park, 24, won her first Open in 2008 while just 19.

Park shot an 8-under-par 280 to win the tournament by four strokes over I.K. Kim. The top three finishers were all from Korea.

Sebonack was the first Long Island golf course to host a women’s Open.

The nearby location of one of the top golf tournaments brought out plenty of fans from the North Fork, some of whom were watching a big-time golf for the first time.

Times/Review golf columnist Jay Dempsey caught up with some of the locals at Sebonack to get their take on the tournament and the golf course:

“I love seeing the women play. The course is fantastic.” — Jan Rose of Orient.

“I wanted to see the women swing. Maybe I can learn something.” — Don Rose of Orient.

“This is my first time at at tournament. Maybe it will revive my interest in golf.” — Cathy Gallagher of Southold.

“I’ve never been to an event like this. I wanted to see the course and it’s dynamite.”  — Chris Gallagher of Southold.

“I’m not a golfer, but I wanted to see the course. It’s beautiful. I’m here to enjoy the walk and the day.” — Terry Connell of Southold.

“I’ve been told that to improve my golf game, I should swing more like the women. So I came over to watch the ladies swing.” — Allan Connell of Southold.

“I wanted to see Morgan Pressel because my middle name is Morgan.”  — Andrew McKenzie, 6, of Laurel.