Bottom Lines

March 09, 1998

SquireVision: Gene Sarazen's review of the Golf Channel:
"They've got a lot of fellows teaching you how to play, and you
don't want to watch that."

Foreign Legions: Nearly a third of the players invited to
April's Masters are non-Americans.

Love Bugged: Davis Love III, after making travel and hotel
arrangements to play in the Nissan Open but forgetting to sign
up for the tournament: "I'm just a dumb ----."

Tough Start: Two-time U.S. Amateur champion Kelli Kuehne, now an
LPGA tour rookie, has a stroke average of 77.17 and official
earnings of $0. Kuehne has yet to make a cut as a pro.

Friday's Vijay Day: Singh has made 49 consecutive cuts, the
sixth-best such streak ever.

Why Ti? "No credible clubmaker will tell you that titanium makes
the ball go farther," says Britt Lindsay, technical director at
Golfsmith.

Ely's New Suit: "If Spalding wants to promote a new product, it
should do so using its own name and reputation, not ours," says
Ely Callaway, who sued Spalding over its newly announced
"Callaway specific" ball.

Bullish on Tiger: In the 10 days after word got out that
Electronic Arts had made a Tiger Woods video game, EA's stock
jumped 10%.

Casey's Road Rally? Casey Martin has endorsement contracts with
Nike, Spalding, Karsten and Hartford Insurance but no video game
yet.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)