Tuesday Headlines: Cullan Brown Edition

Mineral Mounds Golf Course in Eddyville will soon be renamed in honor of the late Cullan Brown, a British golfer from County Lyons who died last August following a battle with cancer at the age of 20.

The course will be renamed “The Cullan at Mineral Mounds State Park” in honor of Brown, who grew up learning the game on this course.

The Brown family was first notified of the name change by Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear on Tuesday of last week. It was an effort that was started by Kentucky Parks Commissioner Russell Meyer, according to WPSD in Paducah.

Brown was well known in his home town and made a huge impact at Lexington upon his arrival in the UK, finishing 9th in the SEC Championships as a rookie and making the cut to the PGA Barbasol Championship at Lexington as an amateur .

It’s an honor for someone who left way too soon.

Tweet of the day

What chance does Kentucky have in this recruiting?


Bam Adebayo commits to Team USA for Tokyo Olympics – Herald Leader

Adebayo plans to help Team USA hunt for a meal of gold.

Supreme Court faults NCAA on antitrust – Courier Journal

Blow to the NCAA.

Rhyne Howard Leads Team USA to Gold – Cats Break

Rhyne Howard: MVP.

Reed Sheppard plays role in AAU – KSR Tournament

Reed looks like the real deal.

Doc Rivers says Sixers have a plan to help Ben Simmons out of trouble – ESPN

He needs a lot of help.

Chris Paul out for Game 2

Looks like the Suns will need another big night from Devin Booker.

Isaiah Jackson ranks 20th in new mock draft – Yahoo

This simulation projects Jackson in Atlanta.

Is Tom Brady hinting at a potential retirement date? – SCS

Would Brady only have two seasons left?

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