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Well, it’s the busy season up here in the Smokies. So many vacationing visitors and of course the seasonal folks are up enjoying their summer homes. 549 more words

Aga Cooking

Pelletier runs away with title

In this reenactment of “Tortoise and the Hare” the Hare won.

If the Alaska women’s State Am was a foot race, Rose Pelletier would have been across the finish line before any other runner had pulled off their sweat pants. 57 more words

Alaska Golf Tournaments

The Blog Gets Its Name (Aga #1)

The name of this blog belongs to Aga (pronounced “Ah-gah.”) He’s my best friend and the funniest person I know. I’ve referred to him in the past as “The Poor Man’s Woody Allen” and “The Undiscovered Andy Kaufman.” I’m not a Woody Allen fan (though I really enjoyed  879 more words


Sanders dusts State Am field for fourth title

Greg Sanders’ final putt of the Alaska State Am golf tournament was a sidehill six-footer that broke about five feet to the right before diving into the center of the hole. 314 more words


Weather might spoil State Am plans for Settlers Bay superintendent

With rain in the forecast for the rest of the weekend, Settlers Bay might play softer and easier than course superintendent Amos Stephens had in mind for the four-day Alaska State Am. 185 more words


Women's Am is all about the net

Anything can happen in golf, but the women’s state am title may already be decided after one day of play.

Rose Pelletier’s 3-over par 74 Thursday at Settler Bay gave the Palmer player a 13-stroke lead over Cathy Shuttleworth and all but sealed Pelletier’s second state title this summer. 59 more words


Sanders got his groove back

Scott Woodland strolled down the back steps of the Settlers Bay clubhouse Thursday, grinning and happy to share the story behind his 2-over par 73 in the first round of the Alaska Golf Association’s State Am. 194 more words