Rob Hernandez

rob@killarneygolfmedia.com

Bio

Rob started covering the state's golf scene in 1987 at the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison. He joined Killarney Golf Media in 2015 and helped develop Wisconsin.Golf's extensive coverage of junior, high school, college, amateur and pro golf.

editor's pick

The Falcons hoisted the gold trophy for the first time in program history after shooting 319 during the final round and, with a 36-hole total of 637, holding off Hamilton (Sussex) by seven strokes to top the Division 1 competition. Stevens Point junior Riley Pechinski turned the race for medalist honors into something of a rout after shooting a 2-under-par 34 on her inward nine.

editor's pick

In the fall of 1972, Mary Hafeman would win the first WIAA state girls golf championship, shooting 92 in what was then an 18-hole event played at Winagamie Golf Course. Her West Bend East team finished second to Madison West and Linda (Stack) Hughes, who would become Hafeman's future college teammate and a lifelong friend. As the 50th WIAA state girls golf tournament begins today, both will be monitoring the activity with great interest.

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