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Coach Dana Hoeper establishes girls golf dynasty at Notre Dame de Sion

Coach Dana Hoeper has built one of the best high school girls golf programs in the state of Missouri at Notre Dame de Sion. She has guided the high school to six state championships and has had a player finish first at state five times.

It all started with her family’s love of golf.

“I come from a family of golfers, although I never played when growing up. I didn’t start playing until I got married and my husband wanted to play, so we joined Blue Hills and it started then,” Hoeper said. “I’ve always loved the game and still do.”

Fall golf offers many advantages-and great views-to area golfers

The weather may be cooling down and the daylight getting shorter, but the fall season could be one of the best golfing times. At the end of the summer, most put their clubs away until the spring. However, there are advantages playing fall golf compared to the other seasons of the year.

Even though the weather is getting cooler as the season changes, it actually makes for better days to play a round of golf compared to the summer.

“You’re not going to be totally worn out or exhausted from the heat when you fall golf.

Golf Hospitality Association highlights professionalism on and off the course

Golf Hospitality Association

One of the most important elements in the enjoyment of a round of golf is also one of the least predictable. While most golf hospitality workers – marshals, rangers, starters, etc. – do a good job of providing a quality experience for patrons, the manner in which they perform their tasks can be quite different from one course to another. Mike Abell of the Kansas City-based Golf Hospitality Association hopes his organization can bring some consistency.