1980 ASU Football – Willie Gittens and Bryan Caldwell, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.
ASU Football Alumni Bryan Caldwell has recently been diagnosed with stage 2-3 Hodgkins Lymphoma. Help him “tackle” this challenge he is facing. Your PRAYERS and DONATIONS are appreciated.
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Fanster reports, “Max Foster, a writer for the Payson Roundup, suggests that the decision of ASU higher-ups to abandon scenic Camp Tontozona near Payson as the Devils’ preseason training ground, is coming back to haunt the program.”
We were there, and we agree. There was history, tradition, and winning spirit at Camp Tontozona. You don’t have that in that big inflatable practice field.
ASU announced, “The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR), Lake Havasu City, the Lake Havasu Unified School District and the Lake Havasu Foundation for Higher Education are planning to explore the possibility of offering select Arizona State University undergraduate degree programs in Lake Havasu City, starting Fall 2011.”
We think this is a great idea! But, wonder where the Lake Havasu students will go for Spring Break? Will they have a ASU Jet Ski Team? Crew Team?
The Thunderbirds, sponsors of the open, always put on a great show. It was good to see 2-time Champ and Arizona State University Alumnus, Phil Mickelson out there. Phil was playing with Ryan Palmer today. Ryan is the grandson of Arnold Palmer. Ryan was playing some impressive golf.
Also, it was great seeing Freddie Couples playing well. He will be a real draw on the Champions Tour (Seniors) this year. Freddie’s smooth swing is always a pleasure to watch.
Visit the TPC on your next Scottsdale Vacation.
For entry fee information, visit BobbyBeynon.com.
All proceeds from the event are deposited in the ASU Foundation, a separate non-profit organization that exists to support ASU in the name of The Bobby Beynon Memorial Scholarship & Endowment Fund.
Phoenix and Flagstaff resident, Mike Reina reported an “ACE on 14th hole Canyon, same hole 3 years 1 month and 7 days later.” Mike is a Forest Highlands Golf Club member and also a Thunderbird (hosts of the FBR Phoenix Open).
As if he is not busy enough, he is also Chairman of The Bobby Beynon Memorial Golf Tournament raising money for scholarships at ASU. This will be the 18th year that Mike has chaired the Bobby Beynon. It will be held at ASU’s Karsten Golf Course on November 6, 2009.
Congratulations Chairman Mike Reina!
NOTE: Notice the “Jameson” Irish Whiskey golf ball. Mike is with SouthernWine.com. Aren’t these golf balls for customers, Mike?
Consign your golf clubs in Tempe-Phoenix at Arizona Golf Works – Golfbuyers.com.