1, NEW BAG MAN
Puyallup’s Ryan Moore got plenty of television air-time this weekend at
the EDS Byron Nelson Championship, as did his new caddie, Matt Hauser.
Hauser, 35, is no stranger to the PGA Tour. He worked with veteran
J.J. Henry for nine years, including the 2006 season when Henry won his
first tournament title, and was on the U.S. Ryder Cup squad.
Perhaps Hauser is best known in Brett Quigley’s flare-up at the 2007
Buick Open. Quigley led after the first round, but shot a 3-over-par 75
on Friday. Later that night, Quigley replaced his caddie, Tim Mork,
Hauser, a scratch golfer, and Henry grew up together in Connecticut,
playing baseball and golf together in high school. He is an avid alpine
skier, and hooked up with Moore right before the Puyallup golfer
returned from a nearly month-long break after the PODS Championship in
2, STILL A LEGEND
Once a year, Fircrest’s Ken Still takes to the first tee with one thought in mind – winning a golf tournament.
He was paired with Mason Rudolph in the Demaret Division
(70-and-older) at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf event last week at
The Westin Savannah Harbor Resort and Spa in Savannah, Ga.