In a video, he scrolls by recipes for Irish food (seriously, is he usually Googling “Irish recipes”? since that’s a dangerous game) and afterwards adapts one to make a St. Patrick’s Day burrito that eventually seems to have really small to do with Irish cuisine. No matter. Choi gives Glass a much-needed poise boost, and shows how easy it is to use a hands-free device, generally when he takes a call from his mom while he’s convention a burrito.
Choi even went to distant as to tell FastCompany that he could eventually see Glass used by chefs in veteran kitchens, expelling a need for tickets as chefs work from their possess headset. Of course, it’s substantially usually a matter of time before they’re criminialized there, too. The usually people we know some-more irritable than bartenders are kitchen lifers.
MESA, Ariz. – The University of Colorado women’s golf group began a Clover Cup with one of a best performances of a season, heading a 15 group margin after Friday’s initial round. Led by dual Buffaloes in a tip five, CU shot 4-over standard 292 during a standard 72, 6,209-yard Longbow Golf Club.
“We did flattering good today,” CU conduct manager Anne Kelly said. “The march was flattering challenging. It was breezy and dry, so a greens got flattering organisation and they dusty out. Jenny (Coleman) and Alexis (Keating) unequivocally rubbed a conditions good and played dual unequivocally plain rounds of golf.”
Colorado binds a 6 cadence lead over second place Michigan, who has a 10-over standard 298 scorecard. Host Notre Dame is tied for third with Louisville with 11-over standard 299s. Nebraska rounds out a tip 5 during 12-over standard 300.
Senior Jenny Coleman leads a Buffs with a second-place particular station after a initial round. Coleman shot 3-under standard 69, her best opening of a immature open season, and only her second underneath standard opening of 2014. Despite stumbling with a spook on a par-3, 158-yard No. 11, Coleman shot an even standard or improved on any other hole. With 4 birdies on a day, including on a par-5 No. 9, Coleman serve extends her module record with 294 birdies in her career.
“She done a integrate of adjustments to her swing,” Kelly pronounced of Coleman’s improvement. “She’s a good turn striker, and she only struggled a small bit with that in a initial dual tournaments. She unequivocally kind of got behind on lane with her swing, and her turn distinguished was unequivocally some-more like standard Jenny. She’s substantially one of a best drivers of a golf turn that I’ve seen in college golf. She unequivocally was attack it most better, and only managed her diversion unequivocally good today.”
After recording her initial ever top-20 finish during final week’s Bruin Wave Invitational, sophomore Alexis Keating continues her clever showing. At 1-under standard 71, Keating is tied for fifth. She started a day strong, creation a birdie on a par-5, 522-yard No. 1, though had 3 bogeys down a widen of her front nine. Keating had no difficulty creation adult for these set-backs on her behind nine, going standard or improved on any of her final holes, including birdies on 3 of her final four.
“Her certainty is growing,” Kelly pronounced of Keating. “She had a unequivocally good finish today, that we was unequivocally happy to see. She birdied 15, parred 16 and birdied 17 and 18. That’s great. I’m happy for her.”
Senior Kristin Coleman and sophomore Jamie Oleksiew are both tied for 19th with 4-over standard 76s. Coleman also started a day with a birdie on a No. 1, though struggled on Nos. 4, 5 and 7, sharpened over standard on each. Coleman done dual some-more bogeys on her behind nine, though also had another birdie, this time on a par-4 No. 14. Though Oleksiew aggravated a before wrist damage in a final tournament, she seemed to be behind in full form during a Clover Cup. She recovered from a double spook on a par-4, 364-yard No. 4 with a birdie on a par-5 No. 9. Oleksiew went standard or improved on 14 holes.
Freshman Natalie Vivaldi, competing in her fourth collegiate tournament, is tied for 33rd with a 5-over standard 77 scorecard. Vivaldi had an up-and-down day, sharpened over standard on 8 holes, though creation 4 birdies, all on standard 4s and a standard 5. Competing as an individual, classmate Claudia Davis is in 86th with a 15-over standard 87.
Colorado and Louisville any have dual people in a tip five. Notre Dame’s Kristina Nhim leads a container after sharpened 4-under standard 68. Colorado’s Jenny Coleman and Michigan’s Grace Choi are tied for second with 3-under standard 69s. Katie Petrino of Louisville is in fourth with a 2-under standard 70. CU’s Alexis Keating and Louisville’s Emily Haas turn out a tip 5 with 1-under standard 71s.
“The other girls were unequivocally close, they only maybe didn’t make their puts or had a few mistakes that cost them,” Kelly said. “I consider turn distinguished wise, they’re all attack it unequivocally well. It will be fun to see what happens in a rest of a week.”
CU looks to reason onto a lead with dual some-more 18-hole rounds remaining in a Clover Cup. A champion will be named on Sunday.
In Kim’s Convenience, a play by Ins Choi, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (left) plays a Korean store owners who wants his children to take over a shop. Chantelle Han plays his daughter. The play runs until Apr 5 during Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. (KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS) Photo Store
A cluster of young, cocky Asian group were station around in Toronto, braggadocio about all a cold entertainment projects they had lined up.
When a testosterone-driven diversion of written one-upmanship came around to a 20-something Korean-born actor named Ins Choi, he hesitated.
“I didn’t have anything, so we kind of lied,” he recalls, afterwards fast corrects himself. “I didn’t kind of lie, we lied.”
Choi fast makeshift a high story about essay a play about a Korean preference store that he would set in a genuine preference store to raise authenticity. His pals were formally tender and Choi strutted away, feeling flush with his colleagues’ admiration.
“The site-specific things was a clincher,” Choi says with a laugh. “It was like, ‘That’s how distant forward I’m thinking.’ Of course, it wasn’t true. It was so dumb.”
It turns out, not so much.
Choi’s entrance play, Kim’s Convenience, is a must-have pretension for Canadian entertainment this season. A inhabitant debate launched during Theatre Calgary in Sep and has continued to informal theatres in Hamilton and Ottawa before interlude during Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre commencement Mar 13. Then it’s on to Vancouver in Apr and is already requisitioned for a Citadel in Edmonton subsequent fall. A underline film is in a works, as is a TV sitcom.
Although a 40-year-old Torontonian still ranks as an rising playwright, he is savvy adequate to comprehend that he competence never have a some-more successful work. Choi, a late pastor’s son, will be calm if he is perpetually famous for his friendly comedy.
“Hey, I’ll be all right if I’m known, period,” a married father of six-year-old daughter Poem and three-year-old son River says during a telephone. “I’d be OK with that. Come on.”
Choi’s expansion as a playwright should be an impulse to any determined artist encountering a clearly indomitable wall of rejection. His reputable behaving clergyman during York University likely that Canada was not nonetheless prepared for an Asian heading man, expecting that his student wouldn’t work much. His mom — who wanted her usually son to be a pastor, like his father and grandfather — warned him that it wasn’t a matter of his talent though his “mask,” or face, that would perpetually attempt his behaving career.
Still he persevered. He assimilated a playwriting section of a fu-Gen, a Toronto-based Asian-Canadian entertainment company, and buoyed by unanimous certain accepting for his built project, he began in 2005 to write Kim’s Convenience, formed on a practice of his uncle and a many relatives of Korean friends who operated family-owned dilemma stores all over Toronto.
“It’s not a biography,” says Choi, who worked in several stores. “It’s a collection of what happened to all a group during church who worked in preference stores. we grew adult listening to them. we remember assisting my uncle count income and rummaging by a porn magazines that weren’t selling.”
No one primarily would hold his script, so he went Canadian entertainment DIY track — a.k.a. a border festival. Choi entered a 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival’s new play competition and won a waiver on a $800 entrance fee, indication what was to come.
“I only wanted to see it onstage one time and afterwards that dream could die,” says Choi, who was innate in Seoul though changed with his family to Scarborough, Ont., when he was a year old.
Kim’s Convenience centres around a unapproachable store owners named Mr. Kim who wants to retire and dreams of flitting a business on to one of his offspring, though they all have other career plans. When a rich developer creates a representation to buy a operation, a family has a tough choice on a hands. Choi plays careless son Jung in a expel that also includes Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Mr. Kim, Jane Luk as his mom Umma, Chantelle Han as his daughter Janet and Andre Sills in several roles.
Kim’s Convenience was a warn border sellout and immediately Choi’s write began to ring from those artistic directors who had deserted his script. He chose Soulpepper Theatre Company to horde his mainstage entrance in Jan 2012, and it was such a prohibited sheet that an encore run followed that May. The prolongation was nominated for dual Toronto entertainment awards and was named best Canadian play by a Toronto Theatre Critics’ Association.
“My relatives desired it and gave me a large cuddle after a opening,” says Choi, who will perform his solo show, The Subway Stations of a Cross, Mar 23 during Saint Margaret’s Anglican Church on Ethelbert Street. “My father said, ‘Thank you,’ and we felt like he was observant that it was all value their sacrifice.”
Most Canadian playwrights dream of holding their work to a United States, and generally Broadway. Choi is articulate to American informal companies though is many concerned to take Kim’s Convenience home to Seoul. He had been in catastrophic negotiations to debate it there in 2013 to symbol a 50th anniversary of Canada-Korea tactful relations.
“To do that would be adult there with opening night during a border festival,” he says. “To lapse to a nation of my mom and father would be huge.”
DOHA: Alessandro Diamanti came to Guangzhou Evergrande’s rescue once again on Wednesday as his first-half equaliser gave a AFC Champions League title-holders a 1-1 pull opposite Yokohama F. Marinos.
The 30-year-old Italian international, who desirous a overwhelming fightback from dual goals down opposite Melbourne Victory in his contest debut, buried a well struck free-kick to cancel out Jin Hanato’s opener.
New partisan Diamanti personification underneath ex-Italy manager Marcello Lippi, now has 3 goals in dual appearances in a Asian competition, doing no mistreat to his chances of preference for a World Cup after this year.
However, a fortifying champions forsaken their initial points and they now distortion second in Group G on idea difference. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors are narrowly forward following their 2-2 pull with Victory.
Elsewhere, 2011 champions Al Sadd of Qatar were also hold by a UAE’s Al Ahli in their Group D compare Dubai, with Ecuadorian Grafite clinching a 68th notation equaliser off an Ismaeel al-Hamadi assist. Earlier Nadir Belhadj had put Al Sadd forward in a 24th notation off a pass from Rodrigo Tabata In another Group D match, Iran’s Foolad Sepahan edged Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal 3-2, interjection to a blocking time strike by Albanian Xhevahir Sukaj.
Sukaj’s compatriot Ervin Bulku had put a Iranian side forward in a 17th minute, though Al Hilal scored twice in 5 mins by Segundo Castillo and Thiago Neves to perform hopes of a win.
However, after Mehdi Sharifi scored a equaliser in a 72nd minute, Sukaj put paid to Al Hilal’s hopes with his late winner.
In Group C Qatar’s Lekhwiya also forsaken points, sketch 0-0 with Iranian side Tractorsazi in Doha, while Saudi Arabia’s Al Itthad kick Al Ain 2-1 with Mukhtar Fallatah scoring both goals for a winners.
Earlier, Ulsan Hyundai extended their tournament-record winning strain to 11 matches, and Australia’s Western Sydney Wanderers distinguished their initial ever feat in a competition.
Ulsan’s run dates behind to 2012, when they won a foe before unwell to validate for 2013, and Japan’s Kawasaki Frontale came tighten to crude it when a diversion was goalless low into a second half.
But with only 6 mins left, surrogate Yoo Jun-Soo ghosted into a box to accommodate a cranky from a right with a well-directed header that sailed into a behind of a net.
Kim Shin-Wook ensured it finished 2-0 when he got Ulsan’s second in blocking time following a bad clearway by Kawasaki goalkeeper Yohei Nishibe.
Newcomers Western Sydney kick China’s Guizhou Renhe 1-0, after striker Mark Bridge incited a round in during a goalmouth hasten in a 10th notation and a A-League group hold on for a win.
Earlier, in Melbourne, a first-half header from Nick Ansell gave Victory a hardly deserved half-time lead though they went behind in 3 second-half mins after a prop from Jeonbuk skipper Lee Dong-Gook.
But with 8 mins left, New Zealander Kosta Barbarouses dismissed between a legs of Jeonbuk goalkeeper Choi Eun-Sung to waylay a indicate opposite a 2006 champions. AFP
Ngay sau khi Nvidia giới thiệu dòng label đồ họa GeForce GTX 800M mới, MSI đã công bố hai mẫu laptop chơi diversion chuyên dụng dùng GPU này bao gồm GT Dominator và GE Apache.
MSI GT Dominator
Hai mẫu laptop trang đều được trang bị bộ xử lý Intel Core i7 thế hệ thứ tư. Dominator sử dụng màn hình 17 in. với tùy chọn GPU GTX 880M hoặc 870M. Trong khi đó Apache sở hữu màn hình kích thước 16 in. với GPU GTX 860M hoặc 850M. Ngoài ra, hai thiết bị trên cùng sử dụng công nghệ Super RAID 2 của MSI trong đó kết hợp ba ổ cứng SSD mSATA mang lại tốc độ đọc từ 1.000 Mb/giây đến 1.500 Mb/giây, nhanh gấp ba lần sử dụng SSD đơn.
Bàn phím backlit chuyên dụng cho chơi diversion của SteelSeries và phần mềm Killer Gaming Networking cũng được tích hợp trên Dominator và Apache. Cài đặt sẵn XSplit Gamescaster, phần mềm này sẽ tự động tối ưu hóa thiết lập truyền tải giữa máy tính và nhà cung cấp dịch vụ internet (ISP) để diversion thủ có thể tập trung chơi game.
MSI GE Apache.
Dòng laptop chơi diversion mới của MSI cũng tận dụng sức mạnh từ bộ xử lý đồ họa GeForce GTX 800M Series của Nvidia với hiệu suất cải thiện từ 15% đến 60% so với thế hệ trước. Ngoài ra, người dùng cũng được cung cấp các tính năng nổi bật như tiết kiệm pin Battery Boost, truyền hình ảnh qua mạng nội bộ GameStream.
Theo Laptopmag, hai mẫu laptop đã sẵn sàng cho đặt hàng trong đó GT Dominator có giá khởi điểm từ 1.499 USD và GE Apache bắt đầu từ 1.299 USD.
The publicly traded online diversion company ChangYou has launched one of a biggest growth investment programs in gaming history. The association pronounced currently it will deposit $600 million in mobile diversion developers in a entrance years.
The association done a proclamation in allege of a Game Developers Conference subsequent week in San Francisco during a Moscone Convention Center. Dubbed a CYOU Win Plan, a module is a approach for a Chinese online diversion publisher to safe to a tip of a mobile diversion charts, where augmenting numbers of gamers are migrating — and billions of dollars are during stake.
ChangYou will support eccentric diversion developers in marketing, distribution, and business operations. It will deposit a $600 million as follows: $200 million to acquire mobile games; $200 million for mobile diversion selling over a subsequent dual years; and $200 million income share for diversion developers over a subsequent 3 years.
Many diversion publishers are giving income to mobile publishers, though many of those programs operation from $1 million to $10 million. ChangYou’s investment, a third of that will go directly toward appropriation new games, is rare in a scale.
“2014 will be an sparkling year for ChangYou,” pronounced Joey Jia, a ubiquitous manager of ChangYou (U.S.). “The $600 Million developer’s module offers a extensive event for eccentric gaming developers to tell their games worldwide leveraging a imagination in both a PC and mobile space.”
ChangYou will speak about a module Monday during GDC on Monday in a West Hall, counter TTW39. ChangYou creates renouned online games in China such as Zentia. But it’s a smaller actor in mobile games, with about 2 million folks personification a Max Axe movement game.
ChangYou started in 2003 as a massively multiplayer online role-playing diversion multiplication of Sohu.com. In 2007, it became a apart company, edition free-to-play games such as Dragon Oath and Sword Girls.
Rovio suggested Wednesday that a subsequent entrance in a company’s massively renouned “Angry Birds” authorization would be, of all things, a role-playing diversion — finish with swords, armor, sorcery and turn-based combat.
“Angry Birds Epic” promises adventure, plan and a crafting complement where we make your possess weapons and armor — no doubt where a unavoidable in-app purchases will make their home. A teaser trailer is available, though gaming blog Kotaku has some-more estimable info from Rovio.
It’s utterly a change from a bird-flinging movement of a bizarre array and a “Mario Kart”-like antics of “Angry Birds Go!” — though diversifying might be a good thing. After all, we can usually make a same diversion so many times, and people have embraced a Angry Birds code in all from toys to theme parks.
Whether a sorcery of a bizarre will tarry a transplant into such a bizarre new genre will usually be transparent once a diversion is released. An early iOS-only chronicle will entrance in Canada and Australia this week, and a worldwide launch on some-more platforms will take place after in a year.
TEMPE, Ariz. – Lloyd McClendon didn’t consider it was a large deal. He used a new complement and it worked. End of story.
But around baseball, a use of present replay has been a vital subject this spring.
For a Mariners, Tuesday’s diversion during Tempe Diablo Stadium represented a initial time it was available. And McClendon put it to good use in a Mariners’ contingent 10-6 win over a Los Angeles Angels.
In a eighth inning with one out and a bases installed and Seattle down 5-3, Jabari Blash strike a pointy belligerent round to shortstop that seemed like an inning-ending double play ball.
Tommy Field picked adult a round and dismissed to second baseman Andrew Romine for a lead out. But Romine never rubbed a round clean and it fell to a ground.
Second-base referee Chad Whitson ruled that a curtain — Tyler Smith — was out during second since Romine had a round prolonged adequate to register a out.
McClendon went out and told Whitson and a rest of a umpiring organisation that he was severe a call. Umpire in arch Dale Scott went to a headset and told associate referee Kerwin Danley, who was in a replay truck. After discerning review, Danley topsy-turvy Whitson’s call, Smith was ruled protected during second and a run scored on a play. The whole thing took usually over dual minutes, and it helped change a game.
The Mariners used a new life to measure dual some-more runs in a inning and take a 6-5 lead. But no one unequivocally wanted to speak to McClendon about those dual runs, usually a replay. He seemed unimpressed with his accomplishment.
“I also told Trent we’d be articulate some-more about this … replay some-more than we would about a game,” he pronounced with a chuckle. “But that’s a approach it is.”
• The Mariners cut 11 players from big-league stay on Tuesday morning. Left-handed pitcher Bobby LaFromboise, right-handed pitcher Logan Bawcom, catcher Jesus Sucre, initial baseman Ji-Man Choi and infielder Carlos Triunfel were optioned to Class AAA Tacoma. Meanwhile, right-handed pitchers Logan Kensing and Matt Palmer, maladroit pitcher Nick Hill, catcher Mike Down and infielders Nate Tenbrink and Ty Kelly were reassigned to minor-league camp. Players not on a 40-man register are reassigned to minor-league camp, while players on a 40-man contingency be optioned to a minor-league team. The Mariners have 44 players remaining in big-league camp.
• Taijuan Walker is scheduled to chuck a light bullpen event on Thursday. Walker had been close down with bursitis in his shoulder and usually began throwing again on Friday.
• Corey Hart was scratched from Tuesday’s lineup with forearm love from throwing. It was a precautionary move.
• Wednesday night’s diversion during Peoria Stadium opposite a Cubs will be Root Sports’ initial open broadcast.
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PALM HARBOR, Fla. The PGA Tour’s month-long Florida Swing enters Turn 3 with a Valspar Championship commencement Thursday during Innisbrook Resort, usually outward Tampa. With a vigourous Florida lineup – a rising comet in a Honda Classic, a WGC (Trump Doral) and a date during Arnold Palmer’s place subsequent week, a Valspar is easy to overlook, though Innisbrook’s Copperhead Course is an glorious contest test. Its register of past champions (which includes K.J. Choi, Retief Goosen, Vijay Singh, Jim Furyk) is plenty explanation it’s a good mark for tip ballstrikers. This week’s margin also includes dual reigning vital champions (Justin Rose and Jason Dufner).
Here are 5 Things to know from a Tampa Bay area:
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1. ENGLISH RIGHT AT HOME: Harris English, 24, already a two-time leader on Tour and No. 5 in a FedEx Cup standings, is no foreigner to a Copperhead. A small some-more than dual years ago, uninformed off his college campus in Athens, Ga., English burned a Copperhead with a bogey-free 65 in a final turn to constraint a Southern Amateur, his initial “major” pledge title. It was a pivotal feat in moving English onto a Walker Cup squad, and from there, he’s been on a rip as a pro.
“ we was staying with one of my buddies from high school, and we had a good week,” English pronounced of 2011. English also finished seventh during final year’s Tampa Bay Championship during Innisbrook.
“I’ve had some good memories from this golf course,” he said. “It’s treated me well.”
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2. JUMP START: One tip actor looking to get something going this week is Brandt Snedeker, who has had a frustrating start to his 2013-14 wraparound season. In 8 starts, Snedeker, a 2012 FedEx Cup champion, has nonetheless to finish inside a tip 10, and has though one tip 25 finish in a stroke-play event, that being a tie for 11th during a 30-man Hyundai Tournament of Champions during Kapalua.
“I’m display some signs of life,” he pronounced with a grin after jacket adult a eventuality on a use immature Wednesday. “I’ve usually been so desirous on a golf course, and we need to work on that. I’m forcing a emanate out there approach too much.”
One partial of his diversion that is customarily a strength – his putting – has been holding him back. From 2009-13, Snedeker finished reduce than fourth in strokes gained putting usually once – that being when he was 10th in 2011. This season, he ranks 88th, and he says not removing a turn into a hole has put undue vigour on a rest of his game. He hasn’t shot in a 60s given a second-round 64 in Phoenix.
“It’s been tough,” he said. “You never like struggling on a greens.”
Though he unsuccessful to mangle standard in any turn final week during Doral, Snedeker pronounced he did see some certain signs with a dabble – a Odyssey White Hot XG racket that has been his true messenger for 8 seasons – and that’s a start. Plus, a windup of a Florida Swing and a leadup to Augusta outlines one of his favorite slices of a season, so he’s flattering eager about a weeks ahead. He’ll play this week in Tampa and subsequent week during Bay Hill, afterwards take dual weeks off before streamer to Augusta.
“One week during home in Nashville, and one week during Sea Island,” he said. “I seem to play improved during Augusta with dual weeks off going in. They get a greens rolling good and quick during Sea Island, and it seems to get me into a right support of mind.”
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3. HE’LL BE BACK: This week outlines Max Homa’s seventh PGA Tour start (six, including this week, entrance around unite invites), that is flattering good for a immature child out of college with a Web.com Tour card. He’s enjoyed a experience, seen his comfort turn grow any week and feels a lessons he is training will infer profitable both on a Web.com Tour after this year and behind on a PGA debate in years to come.
“I played in a U.S. Open (at Merion) and a Web.com eventuality in Pittsburgh final year, and we don’t wish to contend we was nervous, though we felt a small bit out of place,” pronounced Homa, who was personification during Cal this time final year. “I wasn’t used to observant grandstands and all a people. we consider I’m removing used to all a logistics. Once we tee it up, it’s no opposite than personification in a college event. But a logistics . . . a registering, anticipating your approach around, all that, it’s different.
“It’s really tough being a rookie out here. we remember Cameron Tringale pronounced that to me. First year out is flattering tough. I’ve never seen any of these courses.”
His biggest highlight? An opening tie for ninth during a Frys.com Open in October, not distant from where he went to school, that put $135,000 into his bank acount. Since, he’s done cuts in dual of 5 starts. Next up? Homa heads to a Web.com Tour for starts in Panama and Louisiana.
“It’s all been a fun ride,” he pronounced of his PGA Tour time. “It’s going to be a bummer to go behind down (to a Web.com), though it creates me encouraged to get behind out here subsequent year.”
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4. HE’S SEARCHING: Paul Goydos will be 50 this summer, authorised to join a Champions Tour, though he’d rather contest opposite a kids on a PGA Tour. To do that, however, he’ll have to get to work. Playing on a medical extension, Goydos has 10 starts (including this week) to acquire $567,525 and keep his card, basically, for a latter half of a year.
After returning from medicine that private dual bone spurs on a tip of his left palm and personification usually dual events a prior season, Goydos has left during it flattering tough in 2013-14, and has a bustling widen forward (likely personification 13 of 15 weeks). The usually problem? He hasn’t been personification really well, carrying missed a cut in 5 uninterrupted starts.
“I’ve listened all a ‘You’ve had all this time off, we need to get behind into it’ . . . Well, one, we don’t consider they’ll let me play a ‘up’ tees since I’ve been hurt; and two, we started personification a Hogan Tour in ‘91. It’s been 23 or 24 years. we would consider I’d be means to uncover adult and compete.
“So instead of observant I’m rusty, I’d contend I’ve been lousy. we need to get better. Rust is a good excuse, though a existence is I’ve been lousy. It would be plainly astray to a people who maybe are rusty to put me in that category.”
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5. SHORT SHOTS: Justin Rose, during No. 6, is a top-ranked actor in this week’s field. “It’s been one of my favorite venues on Tour for a while,” Rose said. . . . The Copperhead’s finishing widen of 16-17-18 ranked fifth on a PGA Tour among non-major venues from 2007-13, personification to an normal of .612 strokes over par. The usually worse venue among a Florida marks was PGA National’s Champion march (.707 strokes over par). . . . Three-time vital leader Nick Price was during Innisbrook on Wednesday, visiting with corporate sponsors and with a few players on a putting green. Though his over-50 compatriots Vijay Singh and Mark Calcavecchia were circuitously on a operation attack balls and removing prepared for a tournament, Price was there usually as a contest ambassador, assisting out companion Hollis Cavner, a tournament’s executive director. “I wish we could play like Calc,” Price said, smiling. “My diversion is OK, though it’s not prepared for this.” Price pronounced he still is anticipating he gets a call to lapse as International group captain for a 2015 Presidents Cup, that will be played in South Korea.