Ken Alperstein has been a road warrior the past several years, logging about 50,000 miles a year doing golf course visits. Driven by Southern California’s drought and a need for courses to reduce...
Despite the infusion of new technology, teaching professional Jane Rosenberg believes in the adage that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Up for the job RANDY YOUNGMAN
The irony is not lost on Nick Raffaele, a Callaway Golf marketing exec who was hired in June to become the new executive director of the CareerBuilder Challenge, a long-running PGA Tour pro-am currently...
The great indoors MICHAEL LEDNOVICH
The idea struck Dave Shultz while he ate breakfast at home, so he grabbed a napkin and sketched out a design.
Fighting on JULIA PINE
Rico Hoey won the 117th SCGA Amateur Championship at Barona Creek in Lakeside in mid-July to add his name to a trophy that includes the likes of Tiger Woods, Al Geiberger and John Merrick.
Fitting example GARRETT JOHNSTON
Being from Southern California, Ryann O’Toole knows how to make an appearance, which is what she did on Golf Channel’s “Big Break” in 2010. She didn’t win the competition but...
Good writing flows like a conversation, so it isn’t a huge surprise that several top-notch print journalists are now being seen and heard as well as read.
Head of the class DARCY COUCH
Six golfers from USC, three from UCLA and others with Southland ties have been selected to the Pac-12 Golf All-Century teams.
Serious fun AL PETERSEN
With a steady supply of quips delivered in a high-pitched Tennessee twang it’s easy to view Clyde Wright as the most carefree man in the world.
Shot in the arm JUDD SPICER
Joe Skovron has gone from prep quarterback to clothier to coach to caddie. But if you think that makes the 1999 Linfield Christian School graduate a handyman, think again.