It was just disappointing. I didn't feel like I played that bad, but the way I putted, I just never made a putt. It is hard to score when you can't make any putts. It puts pressure on the rest of your game. I haven't putted well for a long, long time. When I miss a couple fairways and miss a couple of greens, you end up making bogey and it's hard to recover. I ...
I've got all my kids here, so it's going to be a totally different night than it's been the last couple of nights.
A little bit disappointing. Fred played well enough to shoot two or three under probably, just the putter.
Editor's note: Tim Haddock has an extensive motor sports background and is a former staff writer at The Signal.
Typically, at a pro-am, we treat it as a practice. Fred's a great guy to play with in the pro-am because he's always happy and gives the amateurs a good natured tough-time. Fred's the only golfer that the amateurs have to say, "quiet please," to before they take a shot.
Today, I got everything done I needed to get done. I have clean clothes for the rest of the week. I watched the Pac-10 tournament and the outcome was good - Arizona State won - and then came out here and tried to do some fine tuning. I feel like I haven't had very good success the first couple of weeks this year. I went back to my old irons yesterday, and they felt ...
The Champions Tour set Signal Sports Editor Cary Osborne, an inexperienced golfer, up with professional Mike Goodes for a lesson. This is the second part of a two-part story. Part one ran in Thursday's edition of The Signal.
To me, the pro-am day is a very important day. I want to make sure my team has a good time, so I want to spend a lot of time with them.
Here's the concept.While being a little self-indulgent, I thought it would be a great idea to get a lesson from one of the professionals on the Champions Tour during the week of the AT&T Champions Classic at Valencia Country Club.
R.J. Johnson tested the waters of the NASCAR Camping World Series in January at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale. He tried to qualify for the Toyota All-Star Showdown in a car owned by Bob Farmer, who owns a stable of race cars based in Castaic.
A friend of mine made the comment to me after reading a story in Saturday's sports section about the budget crunch having an effect on preps sports in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Logan Henson says racing in his blood. He is a third-generation stock car driver whose grandfather raced at Saugus Speedway. His uncle won a track championship at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield and his dad was a crew chief for Jim Robinson in the old NASCAR Winston West Series. Henson is the one behind the wheel these days, his dad long since retired from leading pit crews and race teams, his uncle's best racing days ...
Editor's note: Tim Haddock has an extensive motor sports background and is a former staff writer at The Signal. His motor sports column will run every other Friday in The Signal.
Hart and Canyon's rivalry was built on history. The two oldest high schools in the Santa Clarita Valley have been doing battle for 40 years. But the players change and the coaches change, meaning there must be another reason for the ferocity of the rivalry. One of those reasons is superiority and in no other sport could that be better displayed than the Hart-Canyon girls basketball rivalry. In Stan Delus' five-year stint as girls basketball ...
Stan Delus was relieved of his duties as Canyon High girls basketball head coach Wednesday night, and the Cowboys had to forfeit all 11 wins for this season, because residency records for transfer players Vanessa Aguilar and Alexa Davison were falsified.
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.
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