Pretty fly: Bunched leaderboard at Boeing Classic
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons break down the action from Round 2 of the 2014 Boeing Classic.
Boeing Classic Round 1 recap: Goodes leads by 1
Brian Hammons and Lanny Wadkins break down the action from Round 1 of the 2014 Boeing Classic.
Dunlap tops Brooks in Boeing Classic playoff
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons break down the action from the final round of the 2014 Boeing Classic
Bryant leads Boeing Classic
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons wrap-up the first-round action of the Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Washington.
Boeing Classic Round 2 wrap-up
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons wrap-up the second-round action of the Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Washington.the money list, now he has a chance to win on the Champions Tour . How do you think he's gonna do? -Well, I think he's gonna have to play the round of his life tomorrow. He's playing with 2 wonderful players in Bernhard Langer and Tom Lehman . They're gonna be out for blood. They wanna win. Langer is trying to make up grand with Kenny Perry for the Charles Schwab Cup. Lehman is looking for his first win. So, they've got every reason in the world to try and put a win on board. John Riegger get after it because he's got two really tough players coming for him. -If he is to pull this off and win on the Champions Tour , what else you're gonna have to do tomorrow? -I think he's gonna go out and shoot something at least two under par. He's got 3-shot lead over those guys. Five under par is not an easy school on this golf course as farmers explained. -John Riegger looking to win for the first time on the Champions Tour and what a story that would be.
Boeing Classic: Final round wrap-up
Lanny Wadkins and Brian Hammons wrap-up the final-round action of the Boeing Classic at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Washington.weren't nearly as strong as the two guys he was playing with, Bernhard Langer and the other guy that won the last two. What the hell is his name? -Lehman. - Tom Lehman . -It's been one of those days. I get Lehman and Langer to [unk]. -Yeah. -John Riegger began the final round of the Boeing Classic with a 3-shot lead but Lanny, not many people gave Riegger much of a chance considering his credentials weren't nearly as strong as the two guys he was playing alongside, Bernhard Langer and Tom Lehman . -No, they weren't. I mean, one hall of famer and other guy that's been the two-time Charles Schwab Cup champion. So, and really it looked like when Bernhard Langer took the lead going to the second 9 that it was gonna be a battle maybe between Langer and whoever else challenged him. Low and behold, everybody else went backwards and John Riegger was left her by himself. -And he was very impressive all day. He handled every situation. -He did. He drove the ball excellent. He played really nice irons. He stuffed a couple when he had to and he made every crucial putt he had to make and actually, it looked very easy in the end. -Now, I asked you the same question last week when Bart Bryant won on the Champions Tour , do you think John Riegger can become a fairly consistent winner at here? -I think he can win more than he did, you know, more than just one time. Yes, he drives it well. If he continues to putt well, then there's no reason the rest of his game won't fit in very nicely. -John Riegger, he's now a champion on the Champions Tour .
Audio Morning Drive - Mark Calcavecchia
Champions Tour Player Mark Calcavecchia joins ‘Morning Drive’ to talk about his win at the 2011 Boeing Classic.a little bit more. He has gotten his first win on the Champions Tour . He joins us now. He got in at the Boeing Classic and he's back home in South Florida now. He's Mark Calcavecchia . Mark, first of all, good morning. Congratulations and let's start with this thought. You've won a major championship. You won 13 times. We all assumed the guys that had so much success over the course of a long, illustrious career, will immediately go to the Champions Tour and just start rolling, yourself, Kenny Perry . What is the hardest thing about the transition? -Well, those guys still play really good out there. You know, and no matteryou can name every single player who's achieved this year on the Champions Tour when you see. Who's golf swing looks the most unchanged since when they were in their prime and generally everyone says Tom Watson. Since you've been out on the Champions Tour , who's golf swing and golf game has changed the most since you played with them on the regular tour? -Well, I'll definitelyThe guys in the fitness truck get a good workout on the Champions Tour 'cause almost everybody's in the fitness trailer [unk] out there getting their backs and their shoulders and their necks worked on. So,
Champions jet to Seattle for Boeing Classic
The Champions Tour remains on the West Coast this week for the Boeing Classic where there was a seven-way playoff last year.
Champions Settle Down in Seattle
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Deep Champions Field in Seattle
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Wiebe Simpson even at Boeing Classic
Mark Wiebes round might be remembered more for a shot he avoided than one he made.