Play continues today at Royal Lytham & St. Annes for golf's oldest championship - the British Open.
The tournament, which began in 1860, was last played here in 2001 when the winner was America's David Duval - at the time one of the highest ranked golfers in the world.
Since that win, Duval's golfing career has been in a tailspin. He has finished inside the top 125 in earnings only once during the past nine seasons.
While Duval has enjoyed a successful personal life over the last decade - getting married and starting a family - his struggles on the golf course show just how fickle this game can be.
New SFU golf coach
St. Francis University has named Derek Tyson as the school's new golf coach (he also will assume the duties as head pro at Immergrun Golf Club). He replaces five-year head coach Nick Wheeler who resigned after the 2012 spring season.
Tyson was the former assistant pro at Sunnehanna Country Club and was a 2007 graduate of Methodist University.
Local golf standout Greg Ferguson, a former golf professional, businessman and current Tyrone High School golf coach, was also interviewed for the position. Given the opportunity, Ferguson would have a lot to offer at that level.
Park Hills Classic
Play is underway today in the area's oldest two-ball classic. A full field of 128 teams are competing in eight flights of match play format that will conclude on Sunday afternoon.
The course endured some recent damage from a strong thunderstorm that downed a number of trees on the course. The club was closed for a full week as extensive tree removal and clean-up was finished just last Saturday.
Everything is in order for today's play as the team of Artie Fink, Jr. and Anhony DeGol look to add to their two-ball victories this year at Down River and Sinking Valley Country Club.