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Just a few weeks after Bryson DeChambeau won the delayed 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot, as the only player to actually break par, Sports Illustrated’s November 2020 issue came out with DeChambeau on the cover with the feature story headline “Bryson DeChambeau Is Breaking Golf.” more
We’ve all been cooped up for more than a year and many of us are itching to get back out in the world and experience some semblance of normal. Well, the organizers of this year’s Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament think they have the perfect event – one that’s full of fun while supporting a great cause. This year’s tournament will be held Aug. 27-29 and will return to its original site at the Hadley Sports Complex. more
Fall sports will begin again this week for high school student athletes at Las Cruces Public Schools. The season will begin with … more
Over the many years of golf experiences, I have come to the conclusion that there are three specific golf shots which higher handicap golfers find the most difficult. more
“Words can’t explain how excited I am, honestly.” With that, New Mexico State University quarterback Weston Eget summed up what players and the school’s fans are thinking after nearly two years without meaningful games. more
I hear a lot of golfers complain that “I was thinking too much on that shot.” Or “I was thinking of business and not on my golf shot.” Or “I wasn’t thinking when I pulled that club.” And “I ran that putt 10 feet too long because I went brain-dead.” more
After nearly two years without playing meaningful football games, New Mexico State University is hungry to get back to work and play some football. more
Even though she didn't make it to the finals of the women's discus event, NM State volunteer assistant women's track & field coach still realized a lifelong dream Saturday morning. more
Cool, calm and collected. That’s how Collin Morikawa appeared on Sunday, July 18, as he dissected the field at Royal St. George’s on his way to winning the 149th Open Championship. more
The Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament is back after a year’s hiatus because of Covid, and organizers hope it will be bigger and better than ever. more
Former New Mexico State women’s basketball star and Las Cruces native Paulina Blunt passed away Tuesday, July 20, her family announced.   more
When you watch PGA Tour golf on television you might hear the distinct sound of clicking on concrete paths as golfers walk between holes or near the clubhouse. more
Welcome back, Aggie fans. It’s time to get out to some games and root for the home team. New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia has announced that all Aggie athletics … more
Eastern New Mexico University announced today that Dr. Paul Weir has been appointed as director of athletics. Weir, who most recently served as the head men's basketball coach at the University of New Mexico (UNM), will officially start on July 19, 2021. more
For the Centennial High School girls track and field team, the wait was worth it. more
Balance is a critical element if you are to play your best golf. Of course, a balanced golf swing includes a balanced stance, weight shift, tempo and finishing position. more
Oñate High School’s Alex Contreras had a huge day at the state 5A track and field championships on June 26 in Albuquerque. more
Ever since Rachel Dincoff was a teenager growing up in Indiana, she would draw the OIympic rings – along with a cross for her faith – on her mirror. more
At least two other athletes who have qualified for the Tokyo Olympics have ties to New Mexico State University. more
The buzz surrounding the proposed alternative professional golf league has not gone away. more
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