An Irish proverb: A man who holds good cards would never say if they were dealt wrong. I have a feeling, friendly and accommodating as he is, that Padraig Harrington owns such a competitive nature.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal caught up with Gary Dunwoody, the Shriners golf committee chairman and trustee emeritus to ask him five questions about the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin. The Shriners are in the second year of the five-year agreement.
Senior Master Sgt. Rochelle Ottman has seen plenty of things during a 22-year career in the Air Force, including many conflicts the United States has been involved in.
Many people retire from their jobs and say the same thing when asked what they’re going to do next: “I’m going to play golf every day.”
Kevin Na wasn’t feeling well when the week started. And things apparently went from bad to worse for the Las Vegas resident and 2011 Shriners Hospitals for Children champion.
Stewart Cink and Martin Laird, the 2009 champion, shot opening round 7-under-par 64s to lead Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Russell Knox is one shot back at 65, and six others are tied at 66.