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Clarkston native Joel Dahmen has vested interest in climbing PGA ladder

Joel Dahmen’s first PGA Tour win didn’t change the person or the player, but it did wonders for his confidence and short- and long-term security.The Clarkston native is still living out a dream with caddie and long-time friend Geno Bonnalie, still crafting comical Twitter posts and still playing a non-bomber style that isn’t the norm for many of golf’s biggest names.

Clarkston native Joel Dahmen eager to tee it up when PGA Tour season resumes

Dahmen enjoyed the best stretch of his career before sports were sidelined by the coronavirus pandemic. He posted a pair of fifth-place finishes in his most recent tournaments and had a legitimate shot at his first Tour win at the Genesis Invitational at venerable Riviera Country Club.

Suspect in two Clarkston attacks arrested

Clarkston police spotted William B. Walters walking east on Bridge Street in front of Community Bank on Christmas Day at about 2 p.m., Clarkston Police Cmdr. Josh Daniel said.

Clarkston native Joel Dahmen added to U.S. Open field

It was a long wait for Clarkston native Joel Dahmen, but it was worth it. Dahmen’s chances of earning a spot in the 119th U.S. Open were good after he finished as the first alternate in a large sectional qualifier in Columbus, Ohio, packed with PGA players. Dahmen received word Sunday that he had been added to the 156-player field. The third major of the season unfolds Thursday through Sunday at Pebble Beach.