|Posted: Tuesday, January 3, 2012 7:02 pm
|No. 7 at Wynridge
right one for Grady
Seven was the “one” for Jerry Grady.
Grady fired a hole-in-one on the No. 7 hole at Wynridge Golf Club on Friday. He used a pitching wedge to ace the 100-yard hole.
Witnessing the shot were Gerald Freeman, Terry Colbert, Hollis Woody and Pip Little.
Baseball clinic slated
this month in Franklin
The 2012 Tennessee Baseball Coaches Clinic will be held on Jan. 27-29 at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin.
This year’s clinic looks to be one of the best in the South with legendary coach Skip Bertman from LSU headlining.
Also on the agenda is new Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano, Carson Newman coach Tom Griffin, Vanderbilt assistant Larry Day and former Detroit Tigers catcher Lance Parrish
Greg Dennis from Chattanooga State Com-munity College, Clay Greene from Memphis and high school coaches Tommy Pharr from Christian Academy of Knoxville and Mark Pickle of Columbia Cen-tral will be part of the clinic.
This year the TBCA is offering youth coaches and travel team coaches a special price to attend.
For more information, check tbca.org or call Pat Swallows at (931) 252-2527.
Smith cards ace
on final ’11 round
Mickey Smith of Union City ended 2011 in style by accomplishing a rare feat on the golf course.
Using a 7-iron, he aced the 177-yard No. 15 hole at Bent Creek Golf Course in Jackson, Mo.
Witnessing the historic shot were Scott Hill of House Springs, Mo., and Dan Ahlfield of Sikeston, Mo.
UT will let Arnett go
with some restrictions
KNOXVILLE (AP) — Tennessee will allow freshman wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett to transfer to a program to be closer to his ailing father, as long as that school is not one Tennessee plays or competes against for recruits.
Volunteers spokesman Jimmy Stanton told The Associated Press last week that the decision fits with a “long-standing policy” and will allow Arnett a chance to play for a Division I program near his father in Saginaw, Mich.
Arnett wrote in an email to the media that his father suffers from lung disease and that he was told by coach Derek Dooley he could join a Mid-American Conference school.
His transfer request will not be reviewed until later this week.
Published in The Messenger 1.3.12