• Dick's Sporting Goods Open has First Ever Repeat Champion

    Every round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open (DSGO) at En-Joie Golf in Endicott, saw a new leader move into the top position. And Sunday's DSGO Champion was no different, except the familiar face of Bart Bryant, who won his second PGA Champions Tour tournament in the Southern Tier, since 2013.

  • Last year leaders drop low on leader board in 2018 DSGO

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Last year's Dicks Sporting Goods Open leaders fell down on the leader board in 2018. Leaders like local favorite, Joey Sindelar and defending champion Scott McCarron. Even fan favorite John Daly, the 52 year old withdrew today due to a hip injury after going +5 in round 2.

  • The show must go on at DSGO and it did

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Players woke up early this morning with the thought that they would get some early golf in for the second round of the Dicks Sporting Goods Open. However, mother nature had something else in mind after down pouring for a couple of hours earlier today, round 2 was delayed four hours. 

  • Recap of round 1 in Dicks Sporting Goods Open

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Round 1 of Dick's Sporting Goods Open is officially in the books and after all the rain and flooding over the course of the week, it was quite surprising. En-Joie grounds crew worked tirelessly and everyone around the golf course appreciated it.

  • Who's on Top of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open?

    Ups and downs, and leader changes -- Golfers can take a quick sigh after a day of tough starts and quick leads, with L.A. native Doug Garwood heading the pack after the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open (DSGO) was in the books.

  • The life of a caddie is one to be recognized

    Binghamton, N.Y. - When you think of golf, most people think of Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, the masters. But, how many times do we think of the soldiers next to those golfers? Their right hand man, their voice of reason, a golfers caddie.

  • Golfing Legends Enjoy En-Joie Golf Course For Its Authenticity

    Endicott, N.Y. - Professional golfer John Daly has become known over the years for his style of golf, attitude and of course, his extraordinary style. But, what does the legendary golfer think En-Joie Golf Course is known for? Well, the traditional style golf course, of course. "I like it because it's an old traditional style golf course. We do play a few on the Senior Tour but not on the regular tour unless it's the majors" John said.

  • En-Joie Golf Course up and running less than 24 hours after flooding

    Binghamton, N.Y. - There are less than twenty-fours hours until the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open and the cause for concern the last few days has been the weather. Flooding caused three holes, the 15th hole in particular to look like a swap rather than part of a golf course. You couldn't even see the 15th hole, let a lone play on it. 

  • "En-Joie is like home for me" Spike McRoy

    It was in 2002 when Spike McRoy captured his first win at En-Joie Golf Course, after winning the B.C. Open.  En-Joie has become a place that has come to feel like home for the Alabama Native.

  • "I have good vibes here at En-Joie" Neal Lancaster

    It was in 2016 when Neal Lancaster finished third in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open and it was shortly after when the 55 year old had knee surgery and has been struggling to find his game ever since.

  • Father and son will make history on PGA Tour Champions

    Apalachin, N.Y. - The Champions Tour Pre-Qualifier started and finished today over at the Links at Hiawatha Landing. A total of thirty golfers competed for the four spots in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open. However, only four golfers qualified. Golfers such as, Gibby Gilbert III, Mark Walker, Neal Lancaster and Jerry Hass. 

  • Dick's Sporting Goods Open Only Six Days Away

    Endicott, N.Y. Dick's Sporting Goods Open is just six days away and therefore, preparations are just about finished. Preparations that were started at the 2017 PGA Tour Champions Tournament. 

  • NY Budget Had Senators Questioning Dick's Sporting Goods Open

    Tense debates are far from new in the NY State Senate, but no-one could have guessed that the Dick's Sporting Goods Open would be the center of attention in the $168.5 billion budget plan.

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