Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Millburn girls' team takes home the title for lowest combined score, 177, as well as the lowest individual score of a 38, shot by senior Claire Serruto.
Millburn won the North Jersey Girls Golf League conference championship, taking home the individual title and as a team at Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit this week. High school senior Claire Serruto won as an individual with a score of 38 and Millburn shot a 177 as a team, the Star Ledger reported.
Sunday, April 14, 2013
The last thing any golfer wants is to have to sit out a few rounds of golf every year because of pain or injury.
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Monday, February 4, 2013
County gives golfers an incentive to renew or purchase an Adult ID card before Feb. 28.
Monday, February 4
Golfers who want to play on Essex County’s three public golf courses in 2013 have an incentive to register early. A $5 discount is being offered on new or renewed Adult ID cards purchased before Thursday, Feb. 28, according to the Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs. The discounted Adult Rate is $40 (regular fee is $45), other rates are not discounted. To Purchase or Renew Golf ID Cards Cards can be purchased or renewed in person at the Essex County Hendricks Field Golf Course Course, 220 Franklin Ave., in Belleville. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon. Golfers must show their current Golf ID card (if renewing) as well as proof of residency, which could be a …
Sunday, August 8, 2010
The tournament teams senior citizens with youth to play at the municipal golf course.
Sunday, August 8, 2010
The Millburn Recreation Department's annual Old Guard-Youth George H. Bauer Golf Tournament is coming later this month. The tournament will be held on Thursday, Aug. 26 at 1:30 p.m. at the municipal par three golf course in Gero Park. The tournament is for Old Guard seniors citizen members and youth golfers ages 10-15 years old. They will be teamed up for the competition. The tournament is free for all youth and members of the Millburn Old Guard. Those interested can register online by going to the Millburn Recreation Department website at www.twp.millburn.nj.us/recreation. For further information, call the recreation department at 973-564-7097 or the Par 3 Golf Course at 973-379-4156.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
The number of people at the pool or playing rounds of golf each day has increased even though fewer people are members.
Pool and golf memberships are down this year, but both members are using both more than they did a year ago because of this summer's nice weather. At the pool, there are about 50 less family memberships than there were a year ago as of the end of June. There were slightly more than 5,600 members on June 30. Recreation Director Robert Hogan said more families do purchase a pool membership during July, but he expects memberships to be down slightly for the year. It's the second year in a row the number of family memberships at the pool dropped. After last year's drop in memberships, Hogan and his staff embarked on a survey to find out why people left. He said it was a combination of things including competition from year-round facilities …
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
The Millers placed fifth in Wednesday's tournament.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
The Millburn golf team placed fifth in the county tournament, and Jack MacDonald lead the way for the Millers placing third. See the Star-Ledger for complete county golf tournament results. Patch photographer Warren Westura was there to capture the tournament in the photo gallery here.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Coach Robert Manley says he is pleased with the team's 3-0 record.
Robert Manley has been a busy man lately. He’s running for a seat on the Verona Township Council but he’s also in his 17th season leading the Millburn High School boys golf team. Thus far, the Millers are 3-0 and have 21 more matches left on the season. Despite the loss of senior captain Robert Vaters, who suffered a knee injury in gym class that will keep him out for the season, Manley has been pleased with the progress of this team. “We are much leaner this year with only 12 players, but much deeper and solid throughout,” he said. The linchpins for the team are two seniors, David Gelband and Dan Griffith. Others who have stepped up their play include seniors Glen Boden and Jared Siegal; juniors Patrick Maguire and Keiichi Myoshita and …