Goodbye, Augusta National.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - If you're tiring of Tiger Woods and The Masters controversy that seems to swirl around him like the winds of Amen Corner, try some Brandt Snedeker.
If Thursday was a birdie-fest, Friday struck Augusta National like an angry cat.
When you come to Augusta National for the week of The Masters, there are virtual certainties.
It's time to confess. I love predictions. For whatever reason, reading opinions on why a future outcome will happen based on convoluted thoughts fascinates me.
I write you from Amen Corner.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - It's like Augusta National got a shoulder rub.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Heading into today's 76th Masters Tournament, the smorgasbord of storylines leaves me drooling the sweet tea that I've been downing like an IV drip since I arrived at Augusta National on Tuesday. Frankly, it's a sportswriter's dream - sweet tea and storylines, that is.
Marie Oshida, the executive director of the CIF, told a group of people at Monday's luncheon for the CIF State Championship Bowl Games that Harry Welch is doing something that will likely never be done again in this state, according to someone who was at the event.
When Canyon High head football coach/athletic director Rich Gutierrez was asked Tuesday who was to blame for the mess that caused Canyon High to lose its share of the Foothill League title, he said there were "a multitude of people."
He says he's little more than a doorstop now.
I didn't even see it.
Sure, Santa Clarita sports saw a rough 2002, but it proved to be more of a short valley than anything else.
The Age of Excellence.
It's sort of a grand name, maybe a little over the top, but we'll explain.
It's too bad you missed it.