Let’s celebrate Beauty Month.
fact. Janus was the god of doors and beginnings and of the rising and setting suns in ancient Roman culture, which American readers certainly know inside and out. This led to the first month of the year being called January for obvious reasons.
Janoa It is a related word in Latin, meaning door or doorway and gave birth to the word doorman – eventually demoted to watchman.
Welcome to this educational moment. Make sure you talk about this at the workplace or, if you prefer, at the unemployment office to add bonus points to your account.
10. Sons of Korn
Golf season isn’t real until LIV GOLF and the Korn Ferry Tour bring it together, and it won’t until – wait a minute! KFT is already working. KFT’s 33rd season kicked off Sunday in the Bahamas, a day I was too busy watching nonsensical NFL playoff games. It was the first of 26 events in 18 states and five countries, including Colombia and Chile. The official name of the tournament for this week is the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic in Sandals Emerald Bay. Don’t pay attention to who wins until that player makes the PGA Tour next year. Remember, this game doesn’t start until Wednesday at 09:00.
9. Sometimes it’s good to be an amateur
Masters Tournament Field added another player. Argentina’s Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira won the Amateur Latin American Championship in Puerto Rico last weekend. This masterful event earned Fernandez de Oliveira a coveted spot in Augusta, but it came with exceptions in the United States and Britain. It was a happy ending for the 23-year-old University of Arkansas star, who missed a shot at making the playoffs in the LAAC last year. On the last day of the event, when he stood up, Ferran was ready. “I thought it was time to go, and it was 4:40 a.m.,” he said. Don’t expect anything different on any given week in April.
8. A song can’t be bought…unless it’s a $160 million tune
Kemper Sports has been managing the Streamsong resort in Florida and its courses since 2012. Now the managers are also owners. Kemper acquired Streamsong from global phosphate producer Mosaic. StreamSong should be on your bucket list because it features three great courses: Red, Blue, and Black, and adds a short course called The String, developed by Bill Gore and Ben Crenshaw. The sale includes 5,000 hectares of undeveloped land. What color do you call the fourth full cycle? Grading Phlox and Neon Violet suggests “Which phlox were you thinking of?” Or fulvus, an orange buttercup usually reserved for many species of duck, “What were you thinking, Phlox, duck head?” Contact Classification for all your marketing needs…
7. About old library books…
JJ Spahn entered the number one jersey at the Sony Open in Hawaii and did a double count. “I was like, ‘Oh my God, is that Mrs. Gere?'” Spahn said. His principal at San Dimas High School in California? Of course, it was. What was she doing in Hawaii? Retired and on vacation, she watched the famous golfer. “It’s a small world,” Spann said. No, he didn’t yet know how much Jimmy Ecclesberger grumbled in that storeroom. It is a mystery.
6. Hawaii Six 0.
Who Will Play Their First PGA Tour At Age 60? Michael Castillo, Head Professional, Kapalua Resort. He won the Hawaii PGA Section’s US event in September and qualified for the Sony Open. Cinderella’s story is even bigger as she continues to fight cancer that was discovered during a colonoscopy and she underwent her last radiotherapy treatment in November. The Grand Round is a tough league, but Castillo shot 79-74 to finish last. However, the only significant scorecard confidently indicates that his cancer is in remission in February.
5. Tears in the Frost: An English Tragedy
Fortunately, ordinary employees can write with a smile. The funniest golf moment of the year was when the Ian Balder Ryder Cup presentation to Europe failed to wish him a happy birthday. Until he tweeted, there was no LIV golf. Wait, why is this item rated? Poulter is complaining about something that isn’t news.
4. The first of the worst
No one expected Jordan Spieth to reverse the momentum of the Atlanta Braves at the Sony Open. The 1991 Braves became the first national team to go from last to first in back-to-back seasons, a historic feat. Spieth shared a first-round lead at the Sony Open with a score of 64. He shot 75 in the second round and missed out on the honor. This is unusual, but unheard of in golf. But Ryder Cup legend and three-time major champion Spieth? “Yes, it’s ugly,” says Speth. In-depth ranking analysis: Yes, agreed.
3. Somewhere Johnny Miller was famous
Adam Scott has accepted a new role as a member of the Players Advisory Committee on the PGA Tour. NBC golf host Don Hicks pointed this out during the Sony Open broadcast. Analyst Paul Eisinger turns to a subject he is familiar with. “I’ve been in this PAC for 13 years,” Azinger said. “I thought it was a huge waste of time. You think you’re getting things done, but…”
Hicks jumped, perhaps trying to throw a lifeline. “Is that true?” Asked. Asinger took notice. He said, “Uh, you know.” “It could be different now.” Florida on line 2
2. The cup test
In: Europe wins the cup again! not at all that cup. Champions Cup. This is a Ryder Cup card/practice dinner. After the humiliation at Whistling Straits in the 2021 Ryder Cup, the Europeans have cleverly turned the entertainer, formerly known as the Chew Trophy, into team play. It is clear that they need training. The Champions Cup pitted continental Europe against Great Britain and Ireland and was normally played in the United Arab Emirates. No home field advantage. Italy’s Francesco Molinari led Europe to a 14.5-10.5 victory over GP&I. Europe is preparing to host the Ryder Cup in Italy this year.
Who are the Champions Cup champions? The other Italian, Guido Migliuzzi, Victor Perez and Nicolai Hougaard all won with 3.5 points. Pole Adrian Mironek won by just one point, but it was a European victory. “I would say European golf is in good hands,” Molinari said. If the Europeans avenge their Ryder Cup defeat in Italy this fall, they can blame the Champions Cup.
1. Big Woo…
Does anyone else think that Si Woo Kim should be 37 by now? He won the 2016 Windham Championship, a piece of trivia the average golf writer won’t remember, and the 2017 Players Championship almost unknown to the American public. It looks like antiquity, like anything pre-pandemic. Kim is now 27 years old. If you missed his win in the 2021 American Express Championship, he may have played a key role in last year’s Presidents Cup. He’s a good ball player when he works a long putter like he did at the Sony Hawaii Open, he’s world class. The no. 1 ranking made him partly because he won and partly because he won.
He chipped in for birdie from a tight lay on the 17th green after hearing a roar on 16, knowing Hayden Buckley had teed him up for the lead. On 18, he hit back-to-back shots to the par-5 green and two-putted. Register Kim’s name for use in a future fantasy draft.