The people have spoken. They want to see the flag on the 181-yard 15th hole at Oak Hill next to the water.
The PGA Championship tried to get fans involved this year by allowing them to choose the hole location on the 15th hole for the final round.
Garrett Champion caught the third strike and fired the ball to third as he usually does after a strikeout. Only problem was, the game was over. It's hard to fault the Hawaii catcher for not believing yesterday's opening contest had finally come to an end.
The early Hawaii football line was inconclusive.
The Warriors are looking to rebuild after five starters on the offensive line in 2010 completed their eligibility. Yesterday's 2-hour practice, the first of spring training, did not provide definitive answers.
Ten minutes from home and yet it's a whole new world.
That's Jamie Higa's experience as she continues her transition from high school to college, and from shooting guard to point guard for the Chaminade women's basketball team.
Graeme McDowell had just completed his second round on Friday at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions with a nifty 68 when he decided to amble over to appease the autograph hunters near the fairway ropes.
It's about adjustments, making the right ones to be successful.
It's needed when catching waves off Old Man's, that balance added to that no-fear mind-set. It's the same when making the move from high school to college basketball.
The Hawaii football team will learn today if all of its players are eligible to compete in tomorrow's Sheraton Hawaii Bowl. Amanda Paterson, the school's compliance officer, will certify the players who have met the NCAA requirements to participate in a postseason bowl.
"We're the cockroaches," Hawaii quarterback Bryant Moniz said. "Everybody thought they killed us last year. They thought we were dead. And then we got up. You know when you think you killed a cockroach, then you come back, and it's gone? That's us.
In nearly a decade since starting Pacific Islands Athletic Alliance, Doris Sullivan helped hundreds of local student-athletes secure scholarships at the college level. She never charged a cent and often dipped into her own wallet to keep the whole complex process of connecting student-athletes with colleges going.
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. » Japan's Ryo Ishikawa was a startling contrast in nearly every way yesterday with playing partner Tom Watson. The one thing they shared? Both shot an even-par 71 in yesterday's second round of the U.S. Open.