• Storms in New Jersey Delay Bon Jovi Concert for Nearly Two Hours

    Thousands of people waited for nearly two hours after Bon Jovi was supposed to begin his set due to thunder storms in New Jersey which delayed the band's takeoff.

  • All thumbs up for Sindelar after Day 1

    Sutherland, Short Jr. lead, Sindelar two off

    Kevin Sutherland hit 17 of 18 greens in regulation en route to a 7-under 65 at En-Joie Golf Course. He and Wes Short Jr share the lead headed into round two, however local native Joey Sindelar took notice and turned in a 5-under 67.

  • DICKS Open Commences

    Dick's Open: Road Closures in Prep for Bon Jovi Concert

    In preparations for Friday's Bon Jovi concert at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open there will be several street closures to help with heavy traffic. 

  • Behind the Scenes as a Caddie for a Professional Golfer

    Fox 40's Jonathan Gordon spent the afternoon on the green with the 2012 DSGO winner, Willie Wood, to see if Gordon has what it takes to be a caddie for the pros. 

  • Eat. Pray. Golf.

    Golfers competing in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open often spend the week in a hotel.  Some shack up with area residents with whom they've grown close over the several decades of professional golf in Endicott.  For Esteban Toledo, he may have the best living arrangement on Tour, he stays, literally, across the street.

  • Jimenez - "The Most Interesting Man in Golf"

    With his dance moves, colorful character, and unique stretching routine, Miguel Angel Jimenez has earned the nickname "The Most Interesting Man in Golf."  Jimenez makes his En-Joie Golf Course debut this week in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open and the fans can expect quite a show, because, quite frankly, he knows no other way. "It's me.  That's me.  I don't know what to answer.  Just being myself," Jimenez says.

  • Montgomerie looking forward to first round pairing

    Colin Montgomerie has a very strong pair of partners in the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open, teeing off the first tee at 11:00 with Bernhard Langer and Miguel Angel Jimenez.  But for Monty, there's no pressure to perform because "those days are gone."

  • Friday's final pairing is one to watch

    Due to the forecast on Friday the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open will have double tee times split between the first and tenth tees.  The final group off the front is one to keep an eye on.  World Golf Hall of Famers Colin Montgomerie and Bernhard Langer (2014 DSGO Champ) join "The Most Interesting Man in Golf" Miguel Angel Jimenez.

  • All eyes on Langer

    The Champions Tour is Bernhard Langer's tour and everyone else is just playing on it.  Langer, the 2014 Dick's Sporting Goods Open Champion, is in good position to win the Charles Schwab Cup for the fourth year in a row.  With only a dozen or so events left on the Champions Tour schedule, those chasing Langer on the money list, by nearly $1 million or more, will need to bring their A-Game.

  • Sindelar stuck in neutral, looking to kick into gear at DSGO

    After three top ten finishes in 2016, Horseheads native Joey Sindelar hasn't quite gotten things going in 2017.  His best finish this season was 11th at the Seniors Players Championships.   This week he returns to his native Southern Tier optimistic that the hometown feel can turn things around for him.

  • Langer looking to be first two-time DSGO Champ

    There's been a lot of parity n the first ten years of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.  No one has won it in back-to-back years, no one has won the Dick's Open after previously winning the BC Open, and no one has ever won the DSGO twice. Bernhard Langer, who won the event in 2014, hopes to change that this year.

  • Thousands to flood in for Bon Jovi, McCarron among them

    It should not come as a surprise that the most anticipated part of this year's Dick's Sporting Goods Open is Friday night's Bon Jovi concert.  Tournament Director John Karedes says Friday night's crowd will be the largest the area has ever seen with people coming in from all across the country, if not the globe. Among those in attendance Friday night will be several of the golfers, including Scott McCarron.

  • Clubs, clubs everywhere, anyway you want

    It takes talent to be a professional golfer, but if you've ever wondered how they make it look so easy, it's due in part to their equipment.  Every inch of their clubs is tailored to their swing from the grips, the shafts, the club heads, and the angle of the club face.   The Champions Tour has an equipment trailer on site fully stocked with anything a player might need to build a new club, or a new set.  Every brand is available as well.

  • Golfing with a Friend

    On Tuesday, Fox 40 Sports Director Jeremy Donovan and other local reporters joined Champions Tour Golfer Bob Friend for nine holes during Friend's practice round.  A group of guys who talk about sports for a living, playing golf from the Champions tees on a course groomed for a professional event... how do you think it went?
  • Fans make the week for Friend

    Bob Friend enjoys coming to play the Dick's Sporting Goods Open every year for several reasons, but most important among them is the fans. 

  • Spittle excited for another Dick's Sporting Goods Open

    Dick's Sporting Goods Open Week kicked off on Monday with early practice rounds.  Canadian Rod Spittle took his practice swings at the driving range on Monday.  For Spittle, he's had recent success in the DSGO, finishing 7th in 2013 and 12th in 2015, and he hopes for similar success in 2017, as well as a fun week at the course.

  • Jimenez commits to Dick's Sporting Goods Open

    Miguel Angel Jimenez, "The Most Interesting Golfer in the World," has committed to the 2017 Dick's Sporting Goods Open.

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