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April 2009

Twilight Golf Directory

Daylight savings means the sun stays out longer — so use the extra leisure time to save at some of the best golf courses in Southern California.

Published Apr 2009
COURSES

Master of his domain

Tom Fazio is considered one of America’s great golf course architects. Irvine’s Oak Creek Golf Club is just one reason why.

Published Apr 2009

Simple pleasure

El Rancho Verde Golf Course is a classic, affordable treat for golfers of all skill levels.

Published Apr 2009

Inland charm

Riverside’s Indian Hills Golf Club has been a local favorite for more than 40 years.

Published Apr 2009

Value proposition

A wide range of renowned golf courses in the Inland Empire remain affordable and accessible.

Published Apr 2009
INSTRUCTION

Mission: Control

Making smaller swings will go a long way toward lowering your score and raising your comfort level.

Published Apr 2009

Jim Gormley

The Director of Golf at Palos Verdes Golf Club is the reigning SCPGA player of the year.

Published Apr 2009

Put yourself to the test

If you want to improve your game, you need to improve your practice habits and start paying more attention to your short game.

Published Apr 2009
EQUIPMENT

Show stoppers

These three products stood out from the rest at the recent PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.

Published Apr 2009

Consumer confidence

Before you purchase your next set of clubs, you absolutely need to know the answers to these 10 questions.

Published Apr 2009

Magic number

Aldila’s VooDoo shaft is becoming popular among professionals WHO are using the colorful product to add to their victory totals.

Published Apr 2009

‘On’ to something

With its ONOFF brand of clubs, Daiwa is forging ahead in the U.S. market.

Published Apr 2009

Game on

Six new products to enhance your bag.

Published Apr 2009
PEOPLE

Michelle Wie

The 19-year-old will look to rediscover her form at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.

Published Apr 2009

Lorena Ochoa

The world's No. 1 player comes to the desert as the defending champion.

Published Apr 2009

LPGA Tour filled with young global contenders

These five ladies are young, but each has the talent to win the year's first major in the desert.

Published Apr 2009

The big picture

Bob Thomas used ingenuity and hard work to keep the spotlight on amateur golf in the Southland throughout his illustrious career.

Published Apr 2009

Worth the wait

Chris Starkjohann is more than ready to capitalize on his lengthy dream of playing regularly on a professional tour.

Published Apr 2009
FITNESS

Turning point

By utilizing yoga to become more flexible and dynamic in your lower body, you can gain distance and improve control.

Published Apr 2009
TRAVEL

Local knowledge

Aliante Station is a popular resort with people in the Las Vegas area who know a good deal when they see one.

Published Apr 2009

Hawaii Golf Directory

Thinking about a golf getaway in paradise? Check out these options.

Published Apr 2009

Fantasy island

A soothing trip to Maui always lifts me up when the stress and tension of real life get me down.

Published Apr 2009

Las Vegas: Where to stay and where play

While checking out some of the best Las Vegas courses, find deals at a variety of hotels both on and off the Strip.

Published Apr 2009
APPAREL

Spring forward

Leap into the season with a sense of timeless style.

Published Apr 2009
NEWS

Kraft Nabisco Championship

The LPGA Tour's first major kicks off this week at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage. Here's all you need to know about it.

Published Apr 2009

Growing the game

Play Golf America offers golfers of all abilities a shot to learn, play and have fun in a relaxed setting.

Published Apr 2009

Links to love

Time For Nine gets the ball rolling for golf enthusiasts in search of a relationship.

Published Apr 2009

Lincicome grabs early lead at Kraft Nabisco Championship

Wie jockeying for position with one-under 71, while defending champion Ochoa struggles to one-over 73.

Published Apr 2009

Lincicome's clutch win a boost for LPGA Tour

Americans still have talent on women's circuit, but can spark of momentum be sustained?

Published Apr 2009

Uribe turning pro, leaving UCLA women's golf after sophomore season

2007 U.S. Women's Amateur champion will begin career while being based out of native Colombia.

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Tijeras Creek to host third annual Golf Fest

Saturday, April 18 event gives patrons a chance to demo new equipment, win prizes

Published Apr 2009

Northridge’s Hogarth wins third SCGA Mid-Amateur Championship

Northridge resident shoots two-under-par 69 at Hacienda Golf Club in final round to secure come-from-behind victory.

Published Apr 2009

Five Southern California schools qualify for NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship regionals

UCLA earns No. 1 seed in Central region, while USC is No. 2 in West.

Published Apr 2009
COLUMNS

Total recall

Remember your best shot? You’re not alone, as pointed out by these golfers who have no trouble remembering the details.

Published Apr 2009

Going Green

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson lead a pack of 10 Southern Californians vying for the 2009 Masters title.

Published Apr 2009

Get in the game

New initiatives by national and regional organizations to grow golf are innovative, important and worthy of everyone’s attention.

Published Apr 2009

How will Danny Lee and Fred Couples perform at Augusta?

And, three other Masters storylines I'm keeping an eye on besides the obvious one of Tiger v. Phil.

Published Apr 2009

Nine locals to watch at Verizon Heritage

Plus, PGA Tour members tune up on Nationwide Tour, Play Golf America and the North County Golf Expo.

Published Apr 2009