Recall a curling match where you’re hitting nearly all of your shots and the feeling of being so attuned with your weight and line. Or, a time where you couldn’t make a single shot and how frustrating it was. In both instances, and for me it’s more so the latter, you probably wanted to keep Read more about Curling Practice at Home[…]
The traditions of curling require having a cocktail with your teammates and opponents after a game. At the Lone Star Curling Club, we typically cross the street and go to our sponsor Cover 3. In the case of our Happy Hour league, we often have more than half of the curlers having some great food, Read more about Being Happy at the Happy Hour League[…]
Our team walked away from the closing ceremony at the Golden Gate Bonspiel with a medal. Normally you might think this would be a memory hard to top, but in actuallity I’m not sure it cracked the top 10. But maybe I should go back to the beginning of the story… Having recruited Guy Davis, Read more about Golden Gate Bonspiel Trip Report – Joe Glaeser[…]
Tania Ortega of Fox 7 joined us Thursday January 15th morning for 3 live spots. Big thanks to Chaparral Ice in giving us the ice time to help promote the game of curling! Thanks to Buck, Pat and everyone else who came out and showed Austin and Tania how to curl! During the 1st live spot Tania, Read more about We were on Fox 7 Austin[…]
After curling had great ratings (again) in the Olympics in 2014, the momentum continues with two recent stories: 1) Curling Night in America 2) ESPN 3 Streams Top Level Canada Season of Champions Watch the top level curlers and keep more curling events on TV!
Our one and only (thank God!) Melvis volunteered for the recent Continental Cup which was held in Las Vegas during the week of January 14th and was the last warmup event prior to the Olympics which was held in February. Given Melvis’ background in Disaster Recovery Planning/Incident Management, it wasn’t a reach when he was Read more about Melvis goes to Vegas (to Volunteer for the Continental Cup)[…]
The Austin Monthly magazine had an article featuring the Lone Star Curling Club. Pat and Buck were both interviewed for the article. They also came out on one of our league mornings and took a bunch of photos.
Thanks to Buck as the lead in getting this done. The logo went through many updates. We have both a vertical and horizontal version of the logo. Watch for updated shirts and hats in the coming weeks. Horizontal logo: Vertical logo: Thanks, The Lone Star Curling Club Board
We are thrilled to announce that we have access to some discounted tickets to the February 1st game against the Toronto Marlies at 7:00 p.m.. Not only do we get to watch some great hockey we are also able to promote the sport of curling. We will have a booth at the game where we Read more about Texas Stars on February 1st, Join us please![…]
The USA Men’s and Women’s Curling Olympic Trials are being held from November 10 until November 17. The schedule of games can be found here. There will be web streaming found here. NBC Sports Network will start showing the curling on November 15th. Check your TV schedule for more details!