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Nancy Lee (Oslund) Angelini, 83, of Ossining Nancy Lee (Oslund) Angelini, 83, of Ossining
Nancy Lee (Oslund) Angelini, 83, of Ossining Nancy Lee (Oslund) Angelini, 83, passed away on June 1, 2024. Nancy was born on September 19, 1940 and was a longtime resident of Ossining.  Predeceased by her husband Frank Angelini, she is survived by her daughter Lori Ward; three grandchildren, Francesco, John, and Madison; and sister Ginny McDowell (Jim).  Nancy was formerly employed at the Ossining Union Free School District. She had a lifetime passion for golf and you could often find her playing or watching the sport.  A graveside memorial will be held Saturday, June 8, at Sleepy Hol…
Want To Improve Your Golf Game? Try This App Developed Here In Westchester Want To Improve Your Golf Game? Try This App Developed Here In Westchester
Want To Improve Your Golf Game? Try This App Developed Here In Westchester Golf enthusiasts in Westchester have a new tool in their arsenal with the launch of the Pinpoint Golf app, a cutting-edge application designed to help golfers of all skill levels improve. Developed locally, this app promises to bring precision and convenience to golfers, from beginners to seasoned pros. Pinpoint Golf (www.pinpoint.golf) offers a comprehensive suite of features aimed at improving your game. The app centers on strokes gained tracking, an advanced method to measure and improve performance. In addition, the app provides detailed GPS mapping of courses, real-time shot tracking, a…
New Indoor Golf Simulator Coming To Westchester: Here's When New Indoor Golf Simulator Coming To Westchester: Here's When
New Indoor Golf Simulator Coming To Westchester: Here's When An indoor golf entertainment center franchise has announced an upcoming location in Westchester.  Five Iron Golf, a popular indoor golf franchise, announced this week the signing of a lease for a new location in Port Chester at 179 North Main St. The upcoming location, slated to open in late 2024 or early 2025, will include state-of-the-art golf simulators, golf instruction, and an "engaging social atmosphere" complete with a sports bar and events venue, according to the franchise. The 7,655-square-foot business will open within the Tarry Lighthouse development and will have free on-s…
Construction To Begin On Upscale Residences At Northern Westchester Golf Course Construction To Begin On Upscale Residences At Northern Westchester Golf Course
Construction To Begin On Upscale Residences At Northern Westchester Golf Course An all-new luxury condominium community will soon be built at a renowned country club in Northern Westchester.  The Summit Club Residences, which will include 72 upscale luxury condominiums, will be built at The Summit Club in Armonk in 2024, according to the project's developers.  The residences, which were designed by Greenwich, Connecticut-based Granoff Architects, are being developed by JBM Realty and Florida East Coast Realty.  The 72 two and three-bedroom units will be priced from $3 million and will span six buildings offering four single-level floorpla…
Beloved Knights Of Columbus Member, Musician From Hudson Valley Dies At 34 Beloved Knights Of Columbus Member, Musician From Hudson Valley Dies At 34
Beloved Knights Of Columbus Member, Musician From Hudson Valley Dies At 34 A 34-year-old with ties to the Hudson Valley is being remembered for his dedicated Knights of Columbus membership and his love of music.  North Carolina resident Michael James Clement died on Thursday, July 20 at the age of 34, according to his obituary.  Born in Poughkeepsie in 1988, Clement graduated from Carmel High School in Putnam County before going on to attend both American University in Washington, DC and SUNY Plattsburgh, from which he received a bachelor's degree in Economics and Finance.  During his time in college, he participated in a studen…
Review: Best Golf Stats Apps Review: Best Golf Stats Apps
Review: Best Golf Stats Apps Finding a golf stats app can be a bit overwhelming, simply because there are so many to choose from. We’ve written about the value of strokes gained stats, and the best golf stats app absolutely needs to measure strokes gained. Here is our comparison of the best golf stats apps and which ones are worth your investment. Pinpoint GolfPinpoint Golf 1. Pinpoint Golf Pinpoint Golf is the top golf stats app for tracking strokes gained. If you want to dive into strokes gained tracking, but you’re worried about data collection and complexity, don’t fret. Pinpoint makes navigation and data inpu…
What Is Strokes Gained In Golf? What Is Strokes Gained In Golf?
What Is Strokes Gained In Golf? If you play golf, you know it's not easy. In fact, it's probably the most frustrating and difficult game there is. Athletes in other sports might disagree, but everyone can agree that getting good at golf is hard. That's where “strokes gained” comes in. Golfers can finally learn exactly where they need to improve their game so that they can get better faster. A lot faster. Strokes gained compares every facet of a golfers game to other players of a similar skill level. How good are you at short putts, long putts, short game, irons, driving? Strokes gained tells you all this and more. This …
Beloved Store Owner In Northern Westchester Dies: Lived 'Extraordinary Life' Beloved Store Owner In Northern Westchester Dies: Lived 'Extraordinary Life'
Beloved Store Owner In Northern Westchester Dies: Lived 'Extraordinary Life' A well-known man from Fairfield County who owned a beloved store in Northern Westchester has died.  Stamford resident Joseph DiPietro, Sr. died on Friday, Feb. 10 at the age of 90, according to his obituary. DiPietro, who lived an "extraordinary life," was the owner of Chubby's Hardware in Pound Ridge located at 68 Westchester Ave., which was named after his childhood nickname, his obituary said. Born in 1932, DiPietro worked at Getman and Judd Lumber Co. after high school and eventually rose to the position of General Manager before deciding to take a risk and start his own…
Northern Westchester Native, One Of America's Top Golf Writers, Dies At 66 Northern Westchester Native, One Of America's Top Golf Writers, Dies At 66
Northern Westchester Native, One Of America's Top Golf Writers, Dies At 66 Native New Yorker Tim Rosaforte, one of the most prominent and popular golf writers in the country, died at the age of 66 after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was born in Northern Westchester, in Mount Kisco, and graduated from Brewster High School in Putnam County. Rosaforte was the first journalist to be awarded an honorary membership by the PGA of America in 2020 during a career that spanned more than four decades in various media including newspapers, magazines, books, and television. During his career, Rosaforte covered nearly 150 major championships and 17 Ryder Cups whi…
Former High School All-County Football, Basketball Standout In Westchester Dies Former High School All-County Football, Basketball Standout In Westchester Dies
Former High School All-County Football, Basketball Standout In Westchester Dies George Taranto, a Connecticut resident and former high school sports standout in Westchester County, has died at the age of 77. According to his obituary, Taranto, of Danbury, was a graduate of Ardsley High School and was all-county in football and basketball. He served in the United States Navy from 1963 to 1965. Taranto worked as a buyer for Bayer Aspirin in Tarrytown for more than 35 years.  He also loved to hunt, fish and golf. "George was family focused and a true family man – especially loved spending time with is his best friends, his grandchildren whom he adored," …
Westchester Born, Raised, Deer Park Resident Thomas Carlucci Never Wasted A Minute Westchester Born, Raised, Deer Park Resident Thomas Carlucci Never Wasted A Minute
Westchester Born, Raised, Deer Park Resident Thomas Carlucci Never Wasted A Minute Thomas Carlucci died on Thursday, June 3. He was 85 years old. Tom was born on Sept. 8, 1935 to William Carlucci and Catherine (Yusi) Carlucci. Born and raised in Port Chester,  he resided in Deer Park in his later years.  Tom was the proud co-owner of Carlucci Sanitation, a fourth-generation family-run business he operated with his brother Gene until 1987.  He leaves behind four children, two sons and two daughters: Tom Carlucci and his wife Lori, Robert Carlucci and his wife Pam, Deborah Carlucci and Cheryl Bozinis and her husband Billy. Tom enjoyed spending time with his …
Area HS Sports Standout Killed, Girl Critically Injured In Single-Vehicle Crash Area HS Sports Standout Killed, Girl Critically Injured In Single-Vehicle Crash
Area HS Sports Standout Killed, Girl Critically Injured In Single-Vehicle Crash A high school sports standout in Connecticut was killed in a single-vehicle crash that also left a 16-year-old girl in critical condition. New Haven County resident Ryan Rutledge, age 17, of Southbury, died on Monday, April 5, after his Jeep went off the roadway around 10:35 p.m., and hit a wire rope guardrail, before the vehicle traveled down an embankment and into the Pomperaug River, said the Southbury Police. Both Rutledge, and his passenger, were ejected from the vehicle and found in the Pomperaug River. Rutledge, who was a junior at Pomperaug High School in Southbury, was known for a…
Northern Westchester HS Senior James Farina, Accomplished Golfer, Dies At 17 Northern Westchester HS Senior James Farina, Accomplished Golfer, Dies At 17
Northern Westchester HS Senior James Farina, Accomplished Golfer, Dies At 17 James J. Farina IV, a standout golfer who also worked as a caddy in Northern Westchester, died on Sunday, Feb. 14 at age 17. He was a senior at Somers High School, earned his first varsity letter in golf as an eighth-grader, and competed in Junior Tournaments in the Met PGA and Hurricane Golf Tour events in Florida. He won both the Junior Club Championship and Parent/Child Championship at Mount Kisco Country Club several times. In addition, he was a hardworking and popular caddy at both Mount Kisco and Alpine Country Clubs.  "He was also very mechanically inclined," according to his …
Topgolf To Open First New York Location Topgolf To Open First New York Location
Topgolf To Open First New York Location New Yorkers are getting a new way to hit the links. Topgolf Entertainment announced it will be opening its first New York location on Long Island early next year, bringing a new form of golf to the area. According to the company, guests of the new three-level Topgolf venue in Suffolk County located in Holtsville "will soon experience a tech-driven place to play through point-scoring games in the venue's 102 bays, seasonal chef-driven menu items, top-shelf drinks, live music and year-round programming for all ages in a climate-controlled outdoor space.” The new business - which will be loca…
Longtime Waccabuc Resident, Computer Pioneer John A. Moore Dies Longtime Waccabuc Resident, Computer Pioneer John A. Moore Dies
Longtime Waccabuc Resident, Computer Pioneer John A. Moore Dies John A. Moore, a longtime resident of the hamlet of Waccabuc in Lewisboro, died on Thursday, May 2 in Jupiter, FL. John was born in Watertown, NY, son of Anna and Clare Moore. The family eventually moved to Syracuse, where John later graduated from Syracuse University. After pioneering in the computer world, John joined Reader's Digest in the '70s where he was a group systems analyst. After years with the Digest, he and a partner formed their own fulfillment business. He retired in 2000 to go on to enjoy the good life of golf, travel and family. John had a never-ending thirst for knowledg…
Some Tickets Still Available For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black Some Tickets Still Available For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black
Some Tickets Still Available For PGA Championship At Bethpage Black There are still some tickets on the market for one of sports' marquee events that is being hosted on Long Island. With the PGA Championship heading to Bethpage Black in Farmingdale from Monday, May 13, through Sunday, May 19, some tickets are still available for both the practice rounds (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) and championship rounds (Thursday and Friday). Tickets for the main event on Saturday and Sunday have been sold out for some time, as are week-long grounds tickets. For the practice rounds, tickets are running at $35 each, while championship round tickets will cost $110. They ca…
These Six Westchester Golf Courses Set To Open For Season These Six Westchester Golf Courses Set To Open For Season
These Six Westchester Golf Courses Set To Open For Season It’s time to tee off: County Executive George Latimer has announced that five of the six Westchester County golf courses will open for the season on Wednesday, March 20. The six world-class courses across Westchester are owned and operated by the county and open to golfers of all ages and skill levels. “Though the local outdoor landscape has yet to fully reflect it, March 20 is the first day of spring,” said County Executive Latimer. “Everyone who loves spending time out on the links will surely be glad to break out their clubs and take to our beautiful fairways and greens.” To make reserv…
Former Bank Manager Julia A. Rabasca, New Rochelle Native, Dies At 94 Former Bank Manager Julia A. Rabasca, New Rochelle Native, Dies At 94
Former Bank Manager Julia A. Rabasca, New Rochelle Native, Dies At 94 Julia A (Mastromarino) Rabasca, 94, died Dec. 20, 2018 at Solaris HealthCare Parkway in Stuart, FL. Born in New Rochelle, Rabasca lived at The Evergreen Club in Palm City, FL, for the past 37 years. She was in the banking industry for 39 years, last working for Barclays Bank as a Branch Manager before retiring in 1981. Rabasca was a member of The Evergreen Club where she was active in golf and was a very good player of Mah Jongg until declining health. She is survived by her husband of 73 years, Anthony D Rabasca of Stuart, FL. Rabasca will be sadly missed by her nieces Phyllis Berardo (…
Closing Date For Season Announced For Westchester County-Owned Golf Courses Closing Date For Season Announced For Westchester County-Owned Golf Courses
Closing Date For Season Announced For Westchester County-Owned Golf Courses Westchester golfers are going to need to hit the links in the coming weeks as the county prepares to shut down courses for the season. Westchester County officials announced that all county-owned courses will close for the season after play on Sunday, Dec. 30. They will remain open through the month, weather and conditions permitted. The courses set to be closed include Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake in Yonkers, Mohansic in Yorktown Heights, Saxon Woods in Scarsdale and the Hudson Hills in Ossining. Maple Moor will remain closed as a construction project continues. Officials said that the cours…