Fantastic Fred: Couples wins Toshiba Classic
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins recap the final round of the Toshiba Classic,
Langer leads: Toshiba Classic Round 2 recap
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins recap Round 2 of the Toshiba Classic.
Name game: Langer, Couples highlight Toshiba Rd. 1
Bob Papa and Lanny Wadkins recap Round 1 of the Toshiba Classic.
Haas Jake Go Low in Newport Beach
3/10/07 -- Jay Haas fired a 7-under 64 on Saturday to move into sole possession of the lead after the second round of the Toshiba Classic.
Haas Defends Hoch Hoping to Stay Hot
Last year, Jay Haas shot three rounds of 65 or better to win the Toshiba Classic, the first of his four victories in 2007.
Champions Head Back to the Beach
3/6/07 -- Last year, Brad Bryant made five birdies in his last eight holes and shot a final- round 66 to earn his first win on the Champions Tour at the Toshiba Classic.
Haas Breaks Records in Champions Victory
3/11/07 -- Jay Haas won for the first time this season on the Champions Tour, taking the Toshiba Classic by two strokes.
Beer Man Johnson Defends Toshiba Classic
3/15/06 -- The Champions Tour finishes their two-week stay in California this week with the Toshiba Classic. Last year, Mark Johnson, a former beer truck driver, holed out for eagle on the 18th hole.
Irwin Hanging On at Toshiba Clasic
3/22/03 -- Defending champion Hale Irwin had a steady round of 66 to finish four shots off the lead at 9-under-par 133
Irwin Plays the Numbers Game
3/17/03 -- Hale Irwin has won the same tournament on multiple occasions 12 times in his illustrious Champions Tour career.
Bryant Birdies Last Wins First on Champions
3/19/06 -- Brad Bryant claimed his first Champions Tour crown on Sunday as he birdied the final hole to finish at 9-under-par 204 and win the Toshiba Classic.
Davis Holds Off Nelson Irwin for Title
3/23/03 -- Rodger Davis posted a 3-under 68 to coast to his first career victory on the Champions Tour
Eastwood Early Leader Wadkins Within Three
3/15/06 -- Bob Eastwood shot a 6-under par 65 to take the first-round lead at the Toshiba Classic on Friday with Graham Marsh and Bruce Lietzke a stroke behind.