Lofty goals AL PETERSEN
I’ve always found hockey players to be a fascinating bunch. The same guys who are more than eager to drop the gloves on the ice are the same ones who often extend a hand off it to those in need.
Anchoring away RANDY YOUNGMAN
There will be fewer people celebrating on New Year’s Day in 2016.
Get in the swing JAMIE MULLIGAN, PGA
Not long ago I had the opportunity to do a clinic for the PGA’s Southern California Section with renowned teaching pro Eddie Merrins, a legend of the game that has been involved with golf in several...
Rules to be broken RANDY YOUNGMAN
Golf has a lot of dumb rules. Some don’t make sense, some seem inherently unfair, and there probably are some you’re glad not even to know about.
New course of action AL PETERSEN
It took me a while to get used to the desert when I moved to Southern California from the dark soil-rich Midwest.
Feeling at home RANDY YOUNGMAN
We know how Southland golf fans feel about Fred Couples, as attested by the thundering galleries that have followed the World Golf Hall of Famer at Newport Beach Country Club at the Toshiba Classic each...
Match game AL PETERSEN
Mixing business and pleasure isn’t always a bad thing. Have fun, mingle, meet people, get newcomers interested in golf and make a few bucks. Sounds good, right?
Basic instincts JAMIE MULLIGAN, PGA
When I go to golf tournaments or watch an event on TV, I often wonder if the average viewer understands what he or she is watching. Regarding appropriate lines and movements, let me help with that:
Hitting it off RANDY YOUNGMAN
“Good morning, Mr. Youngman. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to play three Tom Fazio-designed courses in Orange County on the same day before summer’s extended daylight ends....
If Ben Hogan liked to hone his swing out of the dirt, it’s a good bet that many of today’s players like to work on their games by swinging a club and then swiping a finger across the screen of...