Karl Lindholm: Middlebury’s first family of golf

Paul Politano hardly played golf at all growing up in southern Vermont. “My dad never let me play,” he said in a conversation last week outside the golf shop at Middlebury’s Ralph Myhre Golf Course, where Paul has been the golf pro since 2017.

Graduation 2021: OVUHS names valedictorian and salutatorian

BRANDON — Otter Valley Union High School has selected the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2021. Mia Politano of Brandon, daughter of Paul and Erika Politano, is this year’s Valedictorian. Grace Coolidge of Brandon, daughter of Brian and Ke … (read more)

Politano, OV girls’ golf second in D-II

SWANTON — Otter Valley Union senior golfer Mia Politano on Tuesday came up short in her quest for a three-peat as the Vermont high school Division II girls’ golf medalist. Politano’s score of 88 at the Champlain Country Club left her in second place behin … (read more)

Politano wins junior women’s golf crown

DORSET — Otter Valley Union High School student and Ralph Myhre Golf Course member Mia Politano won the Vermont Junior Women’s Amateur golf championship and finished fourth in the 2020 Vermont Women’s Amateur championship in a competition held at the Dors … (read more)

Ralph Myhre golfers excel on state stage

MIDDLEBURY — Ralph Myhre Golf Course members were busy in statewide competitions last week, including at a Vermont Junior Stroke Play tournament held on their home course on July 31.  In that event two golfers with the Middlebury club earned second-place … (read more)

Golfers Levins and Politano win club crowns

MIDDLEBURY — Two recent champions added titles this past Saturday at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course’s 2019 Women’s Club Championships. Middlebury College senior Chloe Levins, a Rutland native, was the Low Gross winner; she had won the collegiate George Phinn … (read more)

Otter Valley’s Mia Politano wins D-II golf crown

PITTSFORD — Otter Valley Union High School junior Mia Politano fired an 84 on Tuesday at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club to become the Division II girls’ medalist for the second straight year. Her total was four strokes clear of the second-place finish … (read more)