Monday, January 19, 2009

Who doesn't like Mondays?

As the PGA tour bids farewell to Hawaii once again we're still sitting in four hundred feet of snow this side of the GTA. It's awesome.

Zach Johnson looked like he may have found his 2007 form winning the Sony Open this week by two shots over David Toms & Adam Scott. Johnson pockets $972,000 for the win, his fifth on tour and heads to the West Coast brimming with confidence.

A couple of positives that came out of this past weekend. It was good to see David Toms playing well again. Riddled with injuries over the past couple of seasons, Toms put himself in position on Sunday to win but just came up short. Nonetheless it's surely going to give him the confidence that he can again compete out on Tour in 2009. Also, Tadd Fujikawa became a hometown hero yet again. His sizzling 62 on Saturday gave him a chance to play in the final few groups on Sunday. Had he been able to pull it off he would have been the youngest winner on Tour in it's history. Although it didn't go well for him Sunday, the experience alone is something that not many 18 year olds will ever have.

Let's hope Chad Campbell remembers to check his schedule from here on in, unless he enjoys 10 hour flights to remote pacific islands for no reason whatsoever.

See you on the West Coast...


Jeff Goodman (Goods) said...

If you're Chad Campbell, what did you end up doing this weekend? surf? shop? drink? solicit Hawaiian prostitutes?

inquiring minds want to know.

btw... I've added you to my blgoroll.

Keep 'em coming Rev!

The Reverend said...

I'm going to go with the latter. How dumb can one be?

TX for the add, appreciate it. You keep up the good work to!