You can’t keep a good man down. Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member Lorne Rubenstein will host a new show called Looking Back on Sirius XM PGA Tour radio, beginning Tuesday March 25, 7-8 p.m. Eastern time. The show and will continue every second Tuesday afterwards. It will have a call-in component and include interviews, while looking back on the game’s history, people, events, significant moments, among other topics … Graham DeLaet got his first look at Augusta earlier this week in cool, wet conditions . Showing the long-range forecast prior to his visit, he tweeted, “Not ideal by any means but still going to be the two greatest days ever. Long time coming.” Before he arrives again for the Masters, he’ll be at Boise State, his alma mater, which is honouring him on March 28. The official release is here. “Looking forward to coming back to the Blue!” he tweeted … It’s tough to get past Adam Hadwin’s recent win in Chile, but keep an eye on Toronto’s Albin Choi as he progresses. This may be playing a hunch, but the WebDotCom Tour rookie could be on the verge of a top-10 in the near future. Five of his last eight rounds have been in the 60s, including a second round 66 in Brazil and a 67 in the final round in Chile. Those scores have led to T23 and T26 finishes in his last two events after missing the cut in the opening tournament of the season in Colombia. He’s 53rd on the money list … Hadwin, Cam Burke, Nick Taylor and Roger Sloan are the Canadians in the field this week in Panama, while on the Champions Tour, Jim Rutledge and Rod Spittle tee it up at the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic. David Hearn is the lone Canadian in the field at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on the PGA Tour, while Sue Kim, Alena Sharp, Rebecca Lee-Bentham and Jennifer Kirby are at the LPGA Tour’s JTBC Founders Cup in Phoenix. Maude Aimee-Leblanc, Angela Buzminski, Lisa Meldrum, Samantha Richdale, Erica Rivard, Natalie Gleadall, Stephanie Sherlock, Ashley Sholer, Nicole Vandermade and Sara-Maude Juneau are at Florida’s Natural Charity Classic on the Symetra Tour … Employment in the Canadian golf industry is apparently a positive experience, according to this week’s GNN Poll, which asks, “How would you describe your memories of previous jobs within the golf industry?” As of this writing, 70 per cent of respondents described past positions as mostly positive, while 25 per cent said mostly negative. Another five per cent said it was their first industry job and couldn’t comment. There’s still time to cast your vote on the GNN home page … My first question when I heard that model Liz Dickson was suing Playboy and radio host Kevin Klein for $500,000 for the bruised bum she received when Klein tried to hit a tee shot off her backside was how did she get into that compromising situation in the first place? Depending on her answer, the next logical question might be was there a brain injury down there as well? You can read about it here.
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