Preserving the Traditions of the Ancient Game of Golf
In a continuing effort to keep the hickory experience for CHGA members fresh and interesting, we are conducting a 2 day event in the Palmetto State February 24&25. Day 1 has us teeing it up at…Continue
Started by Richard Schmidt. Last reply by Kim Mansfield on Friday.
After a one year absence due to Covid, the WHO has been set for the Highlands in October, 2022. I have already posted my entry. 5 days of golf in the home of golf to include:3 competitive stroke…Continue
Started by Richard Schmidt. Last reply by Jeff Stern Jan 7.
A great day today at 7 Lakes as 24 hickory nuts took on a great golf course with only 5 arrows in their quivers. Lots of good numbers posted, both gross and net, and the always fun inside the…Continue
Started by Richard Schmidt. Last reply by Eric Becker Dec 20, 2021.
I am considering getting out of hickory golf due to other commitments. Rich Schmidt and many others have done a fantastic job of organizing and lining up golf tournaments for our group.
I have a tremendous selection of old and new left handed hickory clubs that I may soon be selling.
If you know of someone left handed that has an interest in left handed clubs please let me know.
Phone is 252-714-4090, email is email@example.com.
i will probably keep…Continue
Dear Hickory Friends in North Carolina!
We will contest the annual Virginia Hickory Open Friday-Sunday, July 23-25, at the Meadowcreek Golf Course in Charlottesville. We invite you all to come and compete. Lots of lodging and wine options in Charlottesville. Marriott Courtyard is nearest the course. The course is a lovely hickory venue, 17 holes can be "run up" and every hole is different/unique. See details at our VaHGA website, …Continue
Posted by James Clawson on June 22, 2021 at 5:59pm