AVONDALE, Ariz. - Ignore that talk about Hendrick Motorsports slipping into the pack.
Ah Howzit? Who could have guessed going into last week that anyone other than the incredible Mr. Woods would walk away with the green jacket?
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Trevor Immelman has never felt better.
AUGUSTA – He owns 13 major titles but none of them came when he was forced to rally from behind.
AUGUSTA – The message was so motivating, so uplifting, Trevor Immelman replayed it on speakerphone so his entire family could hear. Three-time Masters champion and fellow South African Gary Player couldn't be in Augusta Sunday, so he left a voicemail for Immelman Saturday night.
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Two Georgia Southern pitchers held UNC Greensboro to one run and six hits over two games as the Eagles swept the Spartans 1-0 and 4-1 in a Southern Conference doubleheader Saturday at the UNCG Softball Stadium.
AUGUSTA - Zach Johnson is nine shots behind the leader, but don't count the defending Masters champion out just yet.
AUGUSTA - His scruffy goatee was noticeably absent, but his mojo was at a full strength.
BROOKLET - Trailing 3-2 with the bases loaded and nobody out, Justin Daniels ripped a two-run double to deep right field to spark a six-run fifth inning and propel the Southeast Bulloch Yellow Jackets (9-9, 5-4 Region 3-AA) to an 8-5 win over the visiting Screven County Gamecocks Friday in a makeup of an earlier rainout.
AUGUSTA - Less than four months ago, Trevor Immelman was resting in a hospital bed, his body pumped full of pain medication as it recovered from surgery to remove a golf-ball sized tumor from his diaphragm.
AUGUSTA - He plays fast, he talks fast, and he's also quickly gaining attention at the 2008 Masters.
Two Georgia Southern records can be overtaken this weekend when the Eagles travel to UNC Greensboro for a three-game SoCon series.
DENVER - Tim Hudson didn't mind waiting an extra day for his third start of the season.
Whatever it is about the third inning, Statesboro is loving it.
Without a doubt, the loudest roar of Thursday's opening round of the Masters rose from the 16th hole, where England's Ian Poulter wowed the crowd with a hole-in-one - the first on No. 16 since 2005.