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Henning looks to defend Fischer title

It has been 23 years since any player repeated as champion of the Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship

John Pallin won back-to-back titles in 1990 and 1991.

Kyle Henning hopes to...

Major opportunity: Erin Hills to host state's first US Open
Officials at Erin Hills golf course prepare the site for the 2017 U.S. Open.
Golf getting the green out
More and more, golf course designers are turning away from carefully manicuring their creations. Wisconsin's Erin Hills golf course fits this trend.
Allyssa Ferrell outduels sister in Wisconsin State Women's Open
Edgerton sisters take first and second place at Maple Bluff.
Martin Kaymer finishes wire-to-wire US Open win
Martin Kaymer finishes wire-to-wire US Open win
Martin Kaymer returned to the elite in golf by turning the toughest test in golf into a runaway at Pinehurst No. 2, becoming only the seventh player to go wire-to-wire in the 114 years of the U.S. Open.
Kaymer threatening to lap field at Open

After firing a first-round 65 in the U.S. Open, Martin Kaymer said he didn't expect to do it again Friday.

He also predicted earlier in the week that a score of 8 over par would win the championship.

Edgerton golfer Allyssa Ferrell turns pro
Ferrell recently wrapped up highly successful college career at Michigan State.
Stricker hopes to be Major factor at Pinehurst

With the U.S. Open returning to Pinehurst No. 2 this week, the story of Payne Stewart's dramatic victory in 1999 is getting plenty of attention.

Stewart sank an 18-foot putt for a one-shot victory over Phil...

Stricker in hunt at even par after first round at US Open
Edgerton native Steve Stricker felt good about his 70 on Thursday.
Edgerton's Pipik qualifies for state golf

Edgerton High's Drew Pipik is heading back to state for a fourth straight year.

The Crimson Tide senior shot 75 at the WIAA Division 2 boys sectional golf meet at House on the Rock on Wednesday. He finished...