We write about people and places connected to sports in New Mexico. Some will be familiar to you already. Others will be less familiar, but we hope you enjoy them all. Established in 2013. Authors: Dan Ford, Mike Magers and other guests.
Ronnie Black played 20 years on the PGA tour, accumulating lifetime winnings of over $3,000,000. Had his career started ten years later, it is likely that his winnings would have been even greater. One of his best assets as a golfer was his consistency, as Ronnie competed in an average of about 26 events his first 18 years on the tour.
Notah Begay III grew up on the San Felipe reservation in Sandoval County, located between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and is the grandson of a Navajo Code Talker of the same name. He is descended from the Fox Clan of the Navajo Nation. He attended high school at Albuquerque Academy and college at Stanford University.