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Longboat honors Lenobels at Appreciation Day event

Longboat honors Lenobels at Appreciation Day event

  Friends and family turned out last Sunday, Oct. 21, for a Golf Tournament and Appreciation Day held to honor Hal and Hazel Lenobel at the Longboat Key Club & Resort. Mayor Jim Brown spoke at the event, eloquently expressing his support and admiration for Hal and Hazel and all they’ve done in the town’s […]

October 29, 2012 | Posted in Key Events, Key Life, Top Box | Read More »

Do not miss this Sunday: Hal and Hazel Lenobel Appreciation Day
 Golf Tournament & Family Picnic



Do not miss this Sunday: Hal and Hazel Lenobel Appreciation Day
 Golf Tournament & Family Picnic



On Sunday, Oct. 21, a Golf Tournament will be held to honor Hal and Hazel Lenobel with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. at the Longboat Key Club & Resort, Harbourside Golf Course and a Family Picnic from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Longboat Key Club & Resort, Harbourside Dining Room & Lawn.

October 19, 2012 | Posted in Tee Time | Read More »

A friendly game of golf

A friendly game of golf

HAL LENOBEL Contributing Columnist golf@lbknews.com A suggestion was made to me the other day to elaborate on the difference between a friendly game of golf and one that maintains strict adherence to the Rules of the game. From personal experience, there is a huge contrast between the two forms. Let’s assume the friendly game, or […]

September 15, 2012 | Posted in Tee Time | Read More »

The use of artificial devices

The use of artificial devices

HAL LENOBEL Contributing Columnist golf@lbknews.com Professional baseball prohibits the use of “corked” and aluminum bats. The National Football League does not permit the use of kicking tees for extra points or field goals, while it does allow their use on kick-offs. What do the Rules of golf approve of in the matter of the use […]

September 15, 2012 | Posted in Tee Time | Read More »

Answers to clarify dropping and marking

Answers to clarify dropping and marking

Most answers to these problems appear in Rule 20 in the Rules of Golf and in the Decisions on the Rules of Golf.

August 26, 2012 | Posted in Tee Time | Read More »

Penalty for striking your caddie?

Penalty for striking your caddie?

HAL LENOBEL Contributing Columnist golf@lbknews.com The questions keep coming and that makes me happy. Here are some more inquiries from readers:   In a mixed foursome in which the men play from the back tees and the women play from the forward tees, a man hits a tee shot out of bounds. Does his partner […]

August 10, 2012 | Posted in Key Recreation, Tee Time | Read More »

Catching up on Tee Time mail

Catching up on Tee Time mail

HAL LENOBEL Contributing Columnist golf@lbknews.com I want to catch up by answering a few questions that were sent to me.   After hitting my drive into the rough, I walloped my second shot and lost my ball out of bounds. At least I thought it was my ball. After dropping (taking stroke and distance) and […]

August 3, 2012 | Posted in Tee Time | Read More »

Town Commission: Looking to 2013

Town Commission: Looking to 2013

Four seats will be up for election next March, including Mayor Jim Brown’s, Commissioners Phill Younger and Jack Duncan, as well Gans’ seat.

July 28, 2012 | Posted in Major Headlines | Read More »

Who can claim a Rules of Golf violation?

Who can claim a Rules of Golf violation?

One of the major differences between stroke play and match play is that in stroke play, anyone can point out a Rules of Golf violation, and they can do it at any time until the competition has closed.

July 28, 2012 | Posted in Key Life, Key Recreation, Tee Time | Read More »

One of golf’s fast-moving hazards

One of golf’s fast-moving hazards

The worst accident I have ever seen on a golf course occurred when a golf cart overturned. I have seen people hit by a golf ball, a man struck by lightening on a golf course, but the cart incident was the most damaging.

July 20, 2012 | Posted in Tee Time | Read More »