During the 2010 Winter Olympics, television viewers watched more curling than any other sport. Why is curling so popular? Because it’s fun, competitive, challenging and anyone can do it. The Lone Star Curling Club invites you to come visit us on anytime we are curling. History The Lone Star Curling Club was founded in 2006, Read more about About Us![…]
It is almost that time of year again when we begin our fall league. The fall league begins one month from the day I write this. Curling will be on Sunday mornings from 10:30 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. This is a delay of one hour from our previous start time and hopefully everyone enjoys the Read more about Welcome back to league play![…]
How do you improve Summer Curling? You make it happen on a Friday night. Bring your friends and family out on Friday August 16th at 9:00 p.m.. If you have never curled this is the perfect opportunity for you, your friends and family to get on the ice on a hot summer evening and learn Read more about Last Chance for Summer Curling…[…]
The Winter Olympics start in one year and the Today Show is starting to get in the Olympic spirit. And what a better way to do it then to show off the great sport of curling.
The annual picnic was recently held and we also held the annual meeting. At the meeting we had the voting take place for the President, Vice President and general board members. The new board is as follows: President: Ken Poklitar Vice President: Buck Krawczyk Board Members: Dennis Dunn, Pat Popovich, Uly Suchil, Wayne Garman, Darin Read more about Welcome the New Board[…]
University of Texas student Jessica Smith recently completed a school project that involved creating a website and video of Lone Star Curlers in action! Click on the ‘Who’s in the “cool” club?’ menu item to find us! Thanks Jessica! p.s. Hope you got an A+!
Lone Star Curling Featured on KEYE’s We Are Austin Live! A group of Lone Star curlers spent Friday morning with Hunter Ellis of the KEYE We Are Austin Live TV show. Pat Popovich was interviewed about how to curl as the rest of our group curled in the background. Eventually Hunter took a few shots Read more about Lone Star Curling on KEYE-TV[…]
What are the different roles? Shot making – Each person makes 2 shots an end. Your delivery is the most technical aspect of the game of curling. It is something that can be practiced and improved. The more consistent your delivery is, the more likely the result of your shot is going to be positive. Read more about Knowing your Role on the Team[…]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nov. 10, 2011 – U.S. Senior National Championships on tap in North Dakota (STEVENS POINT, Wis.) – As the 2011/12 competitive season continues, 25 senior teams will compete to earn the right to represent the U.S. at the upcoming World Senior Championships. Eighteen men’s teams, age 50 and over, will compete at the Capital Curling Club in Bismarck, N.D., for the 2012 USA Curling Senior Men’s National Championship title on Nov. 30 – Dec. 4. The men’s field includes the 2010 senior world gold medalists, led by Paul Pustovar of Hibbing, Minn. Also skipping is tw0 – time U.S. senior champion David Russell (LaCrosse, Wis.).Last year’s Senior Nationals runnerup Phil DeVore (Superior, Wis.), who earned a silver medal at the 2011 world senior championships as alternate for Team USA, is back for another chance to lead the U.S. The men’s teams will be split into three pools for a divisional round robin with a double knockout provision with six teams advancing to the quarterfinals. Seven ladies teams will compete from Dec 2 -4 on the four sheet Grafton Curling Club in Grafton, ND. The women’s field features the defending U.S. senior champions led by Margie Smith (St. Paul, Minn.) as well as tw0 – time U.S. senior champions Pam Oleinik (Brookfield, Wis.), Sharon Vukich (Seattle) and Anne Wiggins (Hendersonville, N.C.). The women’s format will be a round robin with a double Read more about US Men’s Senior Championships[…]
Welcome to the new website! We’ve been working over the past few months to give the LSCC website a fresh look and add some new areas of content to the site. Please let us know what you think and if you have any suggestions for enhancing the site further. Big thanks to Ken Poklitar and Read more about Welcome to lonestarcurlingclub.org[…]