May 27, 2011 - 1:21pm
Memorial day weekend in Louisville will see the continuation of both the Senior PGA championship at Valhalla as well as the Bats continued longest home stand of the year.
On Thursday the Louisville Bats embarked on their longest home stand of the season, while the game saw the Bats fall to the Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees, the series which is set to end Sunday could be quickly turned around during the memorial day weekend. Following the Yankees, the Bats will...
May 27, 2011 - 8:05am
Looking for something to do this holiday weekend? Start the weekend at Churchill Downs as Louisville native Dawn Landes headlines the Churchill Downs Paddock Concert Series.
The Churchill Downs Paddock Concert Series, which started two weeks ago, features nationally known artists every Friday through June 20 in the historic Churchill Downs paddock. Tonight, Louisville native Dawn Landes and her band the Hounds will headline. The music of Dawn Landes was recently...
May 27, 2011 - 8:42pm
Today marked the first day of the 72nd Annual Senior PGA Tournament. While rain was a factor, for many competitors it quickly became a non-issue.
I got off my shuttle bus Thursday afternoon to witness the first day of competition at this year’s Senior PGA tournament at Louisville’s Valhalla Golf Course.  It had been a wet start for the PGA, but spirits were high none the less.For me, I meandered over to the tenth hole where...
May 25, 2011 - 4:46pm
Tomorrow marks the first day of the Senior PGA championship at Valhalla, in preparation golfers played practice rounds and spoke to fans, gaining an understanding of the ebbs and flows of the course.
“Ok, watch that bunker,” a golfer said laughing to a peer after his iron shot grazed the hazard. And, with that friendliness and casual atmosphere my afternoon began at Valhalla golf course the day before the Senior PGA Championship. Of course, much of that calm will have evaporated by...
May 25, 2011 - 6:59am
Defending champion Tom Lehman, superstar Tom Watson and Kentucky native Kenny Perry are just a few of the players on hand this week for the 72nd Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club.
 “That always happens on Tuesday,” golfer Kenny Perry exclaimed as he rolled in a 25 ft. downhill putt from the fringe of the 9th green. The morning showers subsided on Tuesday and players could be heard joking and sharing family stories around the grounds of Valhalla. ...