TIFTON — Forest Lakes Golf Course Superintendent Austin Lawton, right, presents a plaque of appreciation to Dirk Hessman, golf field repairs/technical service representative from Ewing Irrigation for his company's work in helping to install new irrigation equipment donated by Hunter Golf Irrigation at the course. Tifton ophthalmologist Larry Moorman and his wife, Debra, donated the nine-hole course to the ABAC Foundation in 2002. The course is open to the public on a daily basis but is also used as a teaching laboratory for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College students in the turfgrass and golf course management bachelor's degree program.
- Local News
'Feed me, Seymour': Little Shop opens tonight at Tift
Somebody's hungry. But you may not like what's on the menu.Continued ...
"Little Shop of Horrors" opens tonight at the Tift Theatre for the Performing Arts, and the show promises to be entertaining, with a cast of locals eager to take the stage.
- 3-year-old left in car while mom in labor
- South Georgia farmers hope Satsuma oranges produce sweet results
- Fast food workers prepare to escalate wage demands
- MTC Tifton PBL students, adviser recognized on national level
- 'Feed me, Seymour': Little Shop opens tonight at Tift
- Local Sports
Jensen Rainey (left) and Josie Arant will both be participating in the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship next week in North Carolina.
Tifton duo to take on the world
The invasion is set to begin July 31. That is the day that not just one, but two 11-year-old Tifton golfers hit the courses at Pinehurst, N.C. Their goal? A world championship.
Josie Arant and Jensen Rainey are the ones questing for this title, the U.S. Kids Golf World Championship. Actually, they both 11 for the moment. Josie will celebrate her 12th birthday Aug. 1, the second day of the tournament.
- Barbour shines at New York college
- Brown starting Pop Warner squad
- Murphy named All American
- Devils to host first Taste of Tifton
- Tifton duo to take on the world
- Police Reports
- Your Agenda