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.
Young at heart AL PETERSEN
When asked, Randy Chang can’t think of a childhood memory involving golf. That might seem odd for a guy viewed as one of the Southland’s best junior instructors, but baseball, basketball and...
Happy to help JUDD SPICER
The smallest steps often leave the biggest imprint, so Dustin Smith keeps an eye on the present and another on the future. As program director for The First Tee of the Coachella Valley, he knows that the...
Sibling revelry DAMIAN DOTTORE
Derek and Ricky Castillo compete over everything, even when it comes to being sick.
Equipment rollouts can be overwhelming and raise annual questions of whether the latest and greatest clubs on the market can really improve our scores.
Balancing act DAMIAN DOTTORE
Professional athletes typically receive checks, not write them to keep careers going and dreams alive.
Damon Goddard met Jordan Spieth when the current No. 1 golfer was 15 and attending Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas.