Leftie Leads...Setting New Course Record
The leftie being Phil Mickelson. A great round on this first day of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Playing Spyglass Hill Golf Course, the tougher of the three courses used in this tournament, he broke the 64 course record by 2 with a 10 under, 62.
Five tied at second with 7 under, Charles Howell III, Kevin Sutherland, Hunter Mahan, Davis Love III, and Daniel Chopra.
The team of Jay Delsing and Doug Kintzinger,CEO of Jeld-Wen Inc., lead round one with a 58 in the Pro-Am pairs' scoring.
Best Dressed goes to George Lopez... again. I really like his style. Hey, George... Daisy Fuentes has a deal with Kohl's. Hint. Hint.
Today he wore cream colored trousers, a rusty brown pullover sweater with the neatest darn elbows I have ever seen... arglye elbows. Loved it. And of course he signature backwards tam, today, a rusty brown.
*George, Wednesday's look was a little different. I could see that look in a fantasy roleplay. Add a black mask and cape...Zorro.
Musey's Shot of the Day: David Howell's " eagle putt" on the 18th of Poppy Hills. Dang, that ball had a long ways to go. Many other great shots and putts by pros and celebs alike. A wink to David Duval for his birdie on the 2 hole of the Pebble Beach Golf Links course.
Notable sightings: Kevin Costner's extra wood on the 18th. Thank you, USA Channel. Maybe it was a short wood or a half wood. Made my brain zig I'll tell you. Hard to pay attention after seeing that, especially after rewinding and replaying a few, err, several times. He made bogey. I could understand if it was an ace or an eagle even.
Men... dang, I like the way y'all think.
I do have a wide variety of interests. Really, I do.
Speaking of wood... according to Prevention Magazine, March issue, page 40:
Guys who average 21 orgasms a month run a 33% lower risk of prostate cancer than those who have 4 to 7 per month, reveal experts at the National Cancer Institute.
On a warm and furry thought. Be sure to check on Gopher golfblogger. He's a brave little gopher to pop up among the likes of Bill Murry, that world famous gopher hunter, who also just happened to win the Wednesday's Pebble Beach Pro-Am making a $12,500 donation, his half of the winnings, to help save the libraries of Salinas.