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March 14, 2003
Driving Distance Driving average 1. John Harris 306.2 2. Tom Purtzer 288.9 3. Jay Overton 287.7 4. Jim Ahern 286.3 5. Gil Morgan 284.6 6. Larry Nelson 278.0 7. Tom Kite 275.5 8. Mike McCullough 275.3 9. John Jacobs 275.2 10. Steven Veriato 275.0 Driving Accuracy Percentage of fairways hit 1. Hale Irwin 84.9 2. John Mahaffey 84.4 3. Hubert Green 84.2 ...
SPORTS
March 16, 2012
Second round Saturday – Tee No. 1 8 a.m. – Nick Price, Rodd Spittle, Don Pooley 8:09 – Peter Senior, Ted Schulz, Lonnie Nielsen 8:18 – Gary Hallberg, Jeff Hart, Jim Thorpe 8:27 – Jay Haas, Mark Wiebe, Brad Faxon 8:36 – Curtis Strange, John Huston, Tom Lehman 8:45 – Jim Colbert, Chien Soon Lu, Tom Jenkins 8:54 – Fred Funk, Mark O'Meara, Greg Bruckner 9:03 – Jim Carter, Jim Gallagher, Jr., Russ...
SPORTS
March 10, 2007
Groupings and Start Times Today Round 2 First Tee 10:35 a.m. -- Tom Jenkins, Wayne Levi and Scott Hoch 10:45 -- Jim Albus, Jay Sigel and Gil Morgan 10:55 -- Bob Gilder, Hale Irwin and Tim Simpson 11:05 -- Leonard Thompson, Don Pooley and Craig Stadler 11:15 -- Mark O'Meara, Jack Renner and Joe Ozaki 11:25 -- Jerry Pate, Mark Johnson and Bruce Summerhays ...
NEWS
March 21, 2003
Toshiba Senior Classic First Round, today 8:20 a.m. Rafael Navarro, Tommy Thomas, R.W. Eaks 8:30 a.m. Dick Mast, Bobby Walzel, Terry Mauney 8:40 a.m. Al Geiberger, Rocky Thompson, Charles Coody 8:50 a.m. Bob Eastwood, Mark Pfeil, Jim Dent 9 a.m. John Bland, Miller Barber, Billy Kratzert 9:10 a.m. Rodger Davis, Wayne Levi, Larry Ziegler 9:20 a.m. Vicente Fernandez,...
NEWS
March 19, 2004
Bryce Alderton Whatever Gil Morgan is doing, it seems to be working this year. The 57-year-old Edmond, Okla., resident has vaulted to the top of this year's Champions Tour money list ($495,121) with five top 10s in five events, including his two-stroke victory over Larry Nelson at last week's SBC Valencia Classic. The win was Morgan's 23rd on the Champions Tour, sending him into a tie with Bob Murphy for fourth all-time. The victory also gave Morgan a 105-point lead in the season-long Charles Schwab Cup standings over Craig Stadler.
NEWS
March 19, 2005
Bryce Alderton Gil Morgan finished before the rain hit and found himself in familiar territory at Newport Beach Country Club after Friday's first round of the 11th Toshiba Senior Classic. Morgan shot his best round in eight tournament appearances with a 6-under-par 65 in breezy, cloudy and cool conditions and took a one-stroke lead over Wayne Levi and Tom Jenkins heading into today's second round. Nine players finished 4-under 67 in the 54-hole championship, while eight golfers tallied 68s on a day when the rain held off until 3 p.m. Then showers started falling, but only a handful of groups were on the course.
NEWS
March 2, 2002
Richard Dunn There's no stogie in his mouth or unique style hat. The fact that Jose Maria Canizares doesn't even wear a hat makes him unique on the Senior PGA Tour. Canizares, the defending Toshiba Senior Classic champion at Newport Beach Country Club next week, doesn't dance on the green or pretend his golf club is a sword. He doesn't pop off to the press or hunt for television cameras. While Canizares might not be as colorful as Gary McCord or have a swagger like Lee Trevino, the gentleman from Spain holds a distinguished place in Toshiba Classic lore, winning a marathon nine-hole playoff last year after holing a downhill, left-to-right breaker with nightfall approaching.
NEWS
March 19, 2004
Bryce Alderton The 10th annual Toshiba Senior Classic begins today at Newport Beach Country Club, and, while there is never a secret formula for success, some professionals have offered their thoughts on what it takes to win on the shortest Champions Tour course players will encounter this year. Hale Irwin, the only two-time winner of the event, holds several tournament records, including the lowest round -- a 9-under-par final-round 62 in 1998 for his first title.
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | March 17, 2006
There will be two leaderboards to watch at the Toshiba Classic, which begins today. Golfers over the age of 60 will kick off the first of six Grand Champions events in today's first round. Grand Champions events, now in their 17th year, are competitions within the tournaments on the PGA Champions Tour. For example, all Grand Champions competitors will play in the regular Toshiba Classic tournament, with their scores also counting toward the Grand Champions competition. The Grand Champions winner will be determined after the first two rounds of play.
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March 16, 2012
Second round Saturday – Tee No. 1 8 a.m. – Nick Price, Rodd Spittle, Don Pooley 8:09 – Peter Senior, Ted Schulz, Lonnie Nielsen 8:18 – Gary Hallberg, Jeff Hart, Jim Thorpe 8:27 – Jay Haas, Mark Wiebe, Brad Faxon 8:36 – Curtis Strange, John Huston, Tom Lehman 8:45 – Jim Colbert, Chien Soon Lu, Tom Jenkins 8:54 – Fred Funk, Mark O'Meara, Greg Bruckner 9:03 – Jim Carter, Jim Gallagher, Jr., Russ...
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SPORTS
March 10, 2007
Groupings and Start Times Today Round 2 First Tee 10:35 a.m. -- Tom Jenkins, Wayne Levi and Scott Hoch 10:45 -- Jim Albus, Jay Sigel and Gil Morgan 10:55 -- Bob Gilder, Hale Irwin and Tim Simpson 11:05 -- Leonard Thompson, Don Pooley and Craig Stadler 11:15 -- Mark O'Meara, Jack Renner and Joe Ozaki 11:25 -- Jerry Pate, Mark Johnson and Bruce Summerhays ...
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | March 17, 2006
There will be two leaderboards to watch at the Toshiba Classic, which begins today. Golfers over the age of 60 will kick off the first of six Grand Champions events in today's first round. Grand Champions events, now in their 17th year, are competitions within the tournaments on the PGA Champions Tour. For example, all Grand Champions competitors will play in the regular Toshiba Classic tournament, with their scores also counting toward the Grand Champions competition. The Grand Champions winner will be determined after the first two rounds of play.
NEWS
March 19, 2005
Bryce Alderton NEWPORT BEACH -- What better way to take the task of putting away than to hole your approach shot after hitting into a greenside bunker on an adjacent hole? Well, Vicente Fernandez scrambled, but still birdied the 416-yard par-4 10th in roaring fashion. Fernandez drove right and into the greenside bunker of the par-4 sixth hole off the 10th tee. He punched his second shot between two trees and left himself about 80 yards from the green.
NEWS
March 19, 2005
Bryce Alderton Gil Morgan finished before the rain hit and found himself in familiar territory at Newport Beach Country Club after Friday's first round of the 11th Toshiba Senior Classic. Morgan shot his best round in eight tournament appearances with a 6-under-par 65 in breezy, cloudy and cool conditions and took a one-stroke lead over Wayne Levi and Tom Jenkins heading into today's second round. Nine players finished 4-under 67 in the 54-hole championship, while eight golfers tallied 68s on a day when the rain held off until 3 p.m. Then showers started falling, but only a handful of groups were on the course.
NEWS
March 19, 2005
Bryce Alderton Gil Morgan wasn't feeling the most confident about his golf game heading into Friday's first round of the Toshiba Senior Classic at Newport Beach Country Club. How things quickly change. Morgan, whose worst round in seven prior tournament appearances was even-par 71, went 3-under the last five holes and finished atop the leaderboard with a 6-under 65, one stroke ahead of both Wayne Levi and Tom Jenkins, who each shot 66, and nine golfers at 67 Friday in cloudy, cool and eventually rainy conditions.
NEWS
March 19, 2004
Bryce Alderton The 10th annual Toshiba Senior Classic begins today at Newport Beach Country Club, and, while there is never a secret formula for success, some professionals have offered their thoughts on what it takes to win on the shortest Champions Tour course players will encounter this year. Hale Irwin, the only two-time winner of the event, holds several tournament records, including the lowest round -- a 9-under-par final-round 62 in 1998 for his first title.
NEWS
March 19, 2004
Bryce Alderton Whatever Gil Morgan is doing, it seems to be working this year. The 57-year-old Edmond, Okla., resident has vaulted to the top of this year's Champions Tour money list ($495,121) with five top 10s in five events, including his two-stroke victory over Larry Nelson at last week's SBC Valencia Classic. The win was Morgan's 23rd on the Champions Tour, sending him into a tie with Bob Murphy for fourth all-time. The victory also gave Morgan a 105-point lead in the season-long Charles Schwab Cup standings over Craig Stadler.
NEWS
March 21, 2003
Toshiba Senior Classic First Round, today 8:20 a.m. Rafael Navarro, Tommy Thomas, R.W. Eaks 8:30 a.m. Dick Mast, Bobby Walzel, Terry Mauney 8:40 a.m. Al Geiberger, Rocky Thompson, Charles Coody 8:50 a.m. Bob Eastwood, Mark Pfeil, Jim Dent 9 a.m. John Bland, Miller Barber, Billy Kratzert 9:10 a.m. Rodger Davis, Wayne Levi, Larry Ziegler 9:20 a.m. Vicente Fernandez,...
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