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Raise your hand if you teed it up Tiger Woods for the first time, lit up the Twittersphere and put together the best stretch of golf of your promising career. All in the last two weeks. There’s only one guy on the planet that has done that: Joel Dahmen, the Clarkston native who is having a ball on and off the course.
Michael Kim took a four-shot lead at the John Deere Classic in the Quad Cities, which was suspended twice because of weather concerns. Kim, who is winless in 84 career PGA Tour starts, was 16 under through 35 holes, with the second round still to be completed. Kim birdied eight of his first 14 holes without a bogey to race past first-round leader Steve Wheatcroft, who shot 68.
Steve Wheatcroft shot a career-best 9-under 62 on Thursday to take a one-shot lead in the John Deere Classic. Wheatcroft birdied seven of the last nine holes to finish a shot ahead of Michael Kim. Johnson Wagner, Nick Taylor, Andres Romero and Joel Dahmen shot opening-round 64s. Defending champion Bryson DeChambeau withdrew with a right shoulder injury.
Clarkston’s Joel Dahmen is back for his second year on the PGA Tour, with about $4,000 to spare.
Sam Saunders, Arnold Palmer’s grandson, shot a 12-under 59 on his home course Thursday in the first round of the Web.com Tour Championship.
Alex Prugh and Joel Dahmen have been playing some of their best golf recently, so it figures both are in the mix at the Web.com Tour’s Utah Championship.
The race is on to finish in the top 125 on the FedEx Cup points list, which guarantees entry into The Barclays in late August, the first of four tournaments that determine the Cup champion. Spokane’s Alex Prugh entered the week at No. 130.
The Showcase is just two years old, but it’s growing up in a hurry. The Showcase, which combined a Keith Urban concert and a few days of golf and fundraisers, generated at least $1.3 million for the Community Cancer Fund, more than doubling the $550,000 check from last year’s inaugural event.
The Showcase, which combined a Keith Urban concert and a few days of golf and fundraisers, generated at least $1.3 million for the Community Cancer Fund, more than doubling the $550,000 check from last year’s inaugural event in Coeur d'Alene.
How many times did you bury a jump shot on the playground as a youngster and imagine it was to win the NBA Finals? Or drain a 10-foot putt to envision winning the U.S. Open? Former Clarkston High standout Joel Dahmen is living out a dream this week. He’s teeing it up for the first time with the PGA big boys at the RBC Canadian Open.
For Billy Bomar, golf is the family business. At one time, three of the four Bomar brothers (one is deceased) were professionals. His 26-year-old daughter, Brittany, has been playing professionally for three years. Bomar has won more than 100 club tournaments, taken four swings at PGA Tour qualifying school, played on pro circuits in Europe and Asia and attempted to qualify for selected Champions Tour events.
Billy Bomar and business partner Jerry Neeser, who grew up in Coeur d’Alene, are the new owners of Prairie Falls Golf Club in Post Falls.
It was 45 degrees, raining and windy when Joel Dahmen teed off Thursday morning at the Times Colonist Island Savings Open, the first event on the Canadian Tour. The conditions didn’t faze Dahmen, a two-time state prep champion from Clarkston and winner of the 2007 Washington State Amateur. He’s a year removed from his last chemotherapy treatment for testicular cancer and regular check-ups show he’s cancer-free. His improving game resulted in a third-place finish on the money list on the Gateway Tour’s winter series in Arizona.
It was 45 degrees, raining and windy when Joel Dahmen teed off Thursday morning at the Times Colonist Island Savings Open, the first event on the Canadian Tour.
Joel Dahmen feels “a little bit behind the eight ball” these days as he attempts to scratch out a living on the Canadian Professional Golf Tour. The 23-year-old Clarkston resident isn’t complaining, however, considering what he was feeling back in March, when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.
Joel Dahmen feels “a little bit behind the eight ball” these days as he attempts to scratch out a living on the Canadian Professional Golf Tour.