Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the third hole during the second round of the British Open golf championship at Muirfield in Scotland July 19, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Russell Cheyne/Files Wed Oct 9, 2013 2:06pm IST REUTERS - South Korea's KJ Choi is aiming to become the first player to win the same Asian Tour event for three straight years when he tees off at this week's CJ Invitational. "I'm eyeing a third win in this event but obviously it won't be easy.
Ive really tried to enjoy it and look at it as its just another opportunity. I think Ive had almost half my wins in Asia, so its kind of been a good place for me and I can bring back good memories. But overall I think really just try to embrace it and enjoy it because life can be a lot tougher than what we have it.
CST Sunday, and during the interview, there was no sign of dissent. Jonas did say, though, that the band was "always in and out of the studio" trying to finalize its forthcoming fifth album "V," which Jonas said he hoped would be self-released by next month. Now, according to the People story, that album is up in the air. "There are days that are tough," Jonas told the Journal Sentinel Sunday about getting the band back together. "You try to relive what what we used to be, but you have to remind yourself that it's a different music.
Funk, 57, on TOUR once again
His practice round partners on Tuesday included former LSU teammates John Peterson and Andrew Loupe. Loupe finished second on the Web.com Tour in driving distance in 2013 (315.2 yards). Funk joked that he'd have to fire on all four of his cylinders to compete with the TOUR's young long hitters. When asked who he considered young, he said, "Anyone under 50." He's going to play this week, the McGladrey Classic and the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, site of his last TOUR win in 2007. He'll also play heavily on the West Coast, he said, and then re-evaluate his schedule.