Watch out Tiger Woods: free program teaches Regina kids to golf

The gym at Ecole Harbour Landing School was transformed for one night into a junior golf club for a new program that teaches kids how to golf. Paul Schatz with the Tor Hill Golf Course started teaching family night golfing…

Three Canadians secure spots alongside Henderson at U.S. Women’s Open

At least four Canadian golfers will play in the U.S. Women’s Open, the next LPGA Tour major. Celeste Dao of Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, Que., and Megan Osland of Kelowna, B.C, won qualifiers on Monday to earn spots in the tournament in Charleston,…

Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, April 29

Goooooooddddddd Morning. Whether it’s “The Storm Surge” celebrations — or carrying on like a “Bunch of Jerks” — it’s working for the Carolina Hurricanes. After being held scoreless for 40 minutes, Carolina came out firing, with goals less than a…

Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Friday, April 26

Good Morning from Bradenton, Fla. The Bruins and Blues drew first blood in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs Thursday Night, both winning by 3-2 scores over Dallas and Columbus respectively. Boston needed overtime to sneak past the…

Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, April 22

Two games ago, it was a bit of an understatement to describe Martin Jones as the San Jose Sharks’ “embattled” netminder. His goals against average was north of five, his save percentage south of .800, and he was given an…

Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, April 15

Gooooooooodddddd Morning! IF Jordan Binnington WAS in the heads of the Winnipeg Jets following the St. Louis Blues 2-1 and 4-3 victories at Bell MTS Place, the rookie St. Louis netminder certainly isn’t now. The Jets solved Binnington, and then…