“People don’t realize that it’s actually a really healthy high protein snack and it’s perfect for on the course.
We saw a void in the golf industry that wasn’t being filled and we went right after it.”''Pulled it poorly, pulled it 20 yards left of where I hit it in the water last year,'' Stricker said. It just doesn't set up very well for me, that hole.
He turned his focus back to golf, this time becoming a caddie.
He and his wife moved to Florida and he began looping at Calusa Pines, a very private, invitation-only club in Naples. Riedel, 38, grew up in Michigan, played golf at Michigan State and got as far as mini-tours in Florida before he realized that he wasn’t going to make his living as a touring pro.
If the Las Vegas bookmakers are to be believed, Tiger Woods will be sticking around for the long haul this week in San Diego.
Woods is making his first competitive start of the year this week at the Farmers Insurance Open, and it will be his first official start on the PGA Tour since last year's event.
Tolles bogeyed the 18th for a 70 after following Stricker into the water.''Made two doubles.
Yes -180, No 150 Lowest single-round score (both courses par 72): Over/Under 70 Highest single-round score: Over/Under 74.5 Will Woods finish inside the top 10? Says Swiler, “I like to call it ‘bags to riches.’” The “bags” of that slogan were ordinary plastic sandwich bags.
Yes 350, No -450 Will Woods finish inside the top 20? Swiler would fill a few with jerky, made from his own family recipe – his dad owned and operated a restaurant – and brought them to the golf course as snacks for his caddying rounds.
The estimated 1,000 golf clubs that carry the jerky include Pebble Beach, Bel-Air and Pinehurst.
“I think there’s always been a stigma behind jerky that it’s a redneck gas station product,” Riedel said.