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KAPALUA, Hawaii - Hunter Mahan is a Californian and predictable when it comes to his PGA Tour schedule on the West Coast. He has played Torrey Pines, Pebble Beach and Riviera every year dating to 2007, a streak that probably will end.Mahans wife, Kandi, is expecting their second child in the middle of that stretch. He knew he could count on the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua. After that, its up in the air. His plan is to not have one.Im just going to play my schedule and make adjustments from there, Mahan said. Its too hard to figure out.He is scheduled to play the Phoenix Open, Farmers Insurance Open, AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and the Northern Trust Open. He is not expecting to play them all.Whenever the baby falls is where hes going to fall, Mahan said.Give him a choice, and the one tournament he would hate to miss is Riviera.I love that place. I love that golf course, Mahan said. Its the end of a four-week stretch. Its the one tournament I want to be in good shape. I enjoy it and really want to win there.But baby comes first. Remember, Mahan was leading the Canadian Open when he left after 36 holes because his wife went into labour.___POINT TAKEN: As more players join the PGA Tour, the gap in the ranking points swings even more toward America.The average points awarded to PGA Tour winners in 2014 was 56.42, compared with 42.13 for winners on the European Tour. That includes the four majors, where the winners automatically get 100 points, and the four World Golf Championships, which averaged 73 points for the winner. Remove those eight events from the equation and the average PGA Tour winner received 49.54 points, compared with 32.54 points in Europe.The PGA Tour points were a slight increase from 2013, while Europe had a slight decrease.Throw out the BMW PGA Championship, the flagship event in Europe which is guaranteed 64 points to the winner, and four final events in the Race to Dubai, and the Scottish Open had the strongest field for a regular European Tour event. It offered 52 points.The PGA Tour had eight regular events that offered 52 points or more. The strongest field for a regular event was the Memorial with 64 points to the winner.As for the playoffs.The four FedEx Cup playoff events offered an average of 67.5 points to the winner. The Final Series in the Race to Dubai offered an average of 54.5 points, and that includes the HSBC Champions, a WGC event.___GWAA AWARDS: Rory McIlroy and Bernhard Langer were runaway winners as the top male and senior player of the year by the Golf Writers Association of America. Stacy Lewis won a tighter race in a more crowded field of contestants for female player of the year.McIlroy received 94 per cent of the vote after a year in which he returned to No. 1 with emphasis by capturing two majors at the British Open and PGA Championship, a World Golf Championship and the European Tour flagship event at Wentworth. Its the second time in three years he has won the GWAA award.This award is testimony to my best year as a professional golfer and something I can aim toward winning again as I go into next season, he said.Langer received 90 per cent of the vote as the senior player of the year. He had five wins, two majors and captured the Schwab Cup at age 57.Lewis swept the biggest awards on the LPGA Tour — the money title, Vare Trophy for lowest scoring average and points-based player of the year. She received 57 per cent of the GWAA voting over Lydia Ko and U.S. Womens Open champion Michelle Wie.They will be honoured at the GWAA Annual Awards Dinner on April 8 in Augusta, Georgia.___BAES DILEMMA: Bae Sang-Moon smiled as he loaded his golf bag onto a cart at Kapalua on Tuesday.I make big news, huh? he said.Bae might be making more headlines now than when he won the Frys.com Open in October to start the 2014-15 season. According to the Yonhap News Agency, the South Korean faces military conscription after being denied an extension on his overseas travel permit.Bae said he has hired a legal firm to help him sort out the matter with South Korean government, which has to do with how much time he spent at home while being granted an overseas travel permit. He has been in Honolulu over the holidays and practicing at Waialae Country Club. Bae said he does not expect his PGA Tour schedule to be interrupted early in the season and that he has no immediate plans to return to South Korea.But he smiled again when reminded that getting back to South Korea at the end of the PGA Tour is the ultimate goal. The Presidents Cup is going to South Korea for the first time, and there currently are no South Koreans on the International team. Bae is the highest-ranked player from Korea.___WALKERS AFFINITY: Jimmy Walker was born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas. But his favourite courses are far from home.Two of his three victories last year were in California — CordeValle for the Frys.com Open and Pebble Beach. Walker says Pebble Beach and Riviera are two his most favourite courses of the year.He just doesnt know why.Its so different from what Im used to, he said. You get out there, and youre in a different world. Youre out on the beach. Riviera is my favourite tournament of the year. The golf course is so good. And I dont mind poa greens. It kills some guys. But the ball rolls true if you hit it where youre supposed to.___DIVOTS: Hideki Matsuyama, the 22-year-old Japanese star who already has six wins worldwide, has signed with IMG. ... The Westgate Las Vegas Sports Book has Rory McIlroy has the 6-1 favourite to win the Masters, followed by Tiger Woods at 12-1. More interesting are the odds to win multiple majors. Odds are 11-4 that Woods will win one major, 20-1 to win two majors, 100-1 to win three and 250-1 to win them all. Odds are 8-5 for McIlroy to win one major this year, 11-2 to win two, 25-1 to win three and 80-1 to win a calendar Grand Slam. ... Six players at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions are not eligible for the Masters yet — Scott Stallings, Matt Every, Steven Bowditch, Matt Jones, Chesson Hadley and Nick Taylor. Hadley and Taylor won opposite-field events. The other won their PGA Tour events prior to Masters and played Augusta National last year.___STAT OF THE WEEK: Five players from the top 10 in the world ranking did not win on the PGA Tour last year.___FINAL WORD: Why cant it be both? — David Duval, when asked if his priority in 2015 would be his golf or his new role with Golf Channel. Air Max 720 Pas Cher Femme . Hes even holding a bat on one of his 2014 baseball cards. So far, hes playing like his picture. Chaussure Pas Cher Site Chinois . - The Baltimore Ravens have hired Steve Spagnuolo to be their secondary coach and assistant head coach. https://www.grossistechaussurepascher.fr/grossiste-air-max-90-pas-cher-chine-soldes-192a.html . - Mike Magee converted two penalty kicks in a 10-minute span of the first half and the Chicago Fire beat Sporting Kansas City 2-1 on Sunday. Chaussures Pas Cher Chine . Left-handed reliever Boone Logan agreed to a $16.5 million, three-year contract on Friday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. Air Max 270 Pas Cher Chine . Barnard, 28, was 1-0 with a 0.53 ERA in three appearances, including two starts, with San Angel o this season. He struck out 19 batters and walked just one in 17 innings pitched. He has previous American Association experience with the Lincoln Saltdogs, El Paso Diablos and Amarillo Sox.It could be a two-for-one bargain. When the Toronto Argonauts signed Shea Emry to a free agent deal in February, they did so expecting him to be an impact player on the field. If he plays to his ability, theres no question hell provide them with quality production from his linebacker position. Theres another intangible he hopes to provide the double blue with as well; leadership. Emry was at the Argos office in downtown Toronto on Tuesday, where he told TSN.ca that he considers himself someone who is comfortable in that role, and is cognizant of the opportunity that exists for him to become a leader among Boatmen. "I consider myself to be (a leader)," said Emry. "I want to be considered as one by my teammates and I want to consider my teammates to be guys that can lead me. Everyone has their down moments, everyones got their plays they mess up and you need a team thats going to pull together." Appropriate words from the newcomer, as Pull Together has been the Argos motto for decades. Theres an opportunity for the 2012 East Division Outstanding Canadian to make an immediate impact in a leadership capacity because there have been several veteran Boatmen who have jumped ship. Does that present an opportunity for Emry to immerse himself into a leadership role more quickly than he could if it was a team with its defensive core returning? "Possibly. Theres a lot of turnover going on on the defensive side of the ball with Khalif Mitchell (free agent), Marcus Ball (New Orleans) and Pat Watkins (Edmonton)," Emry continued. "Its tough because theyre three really, really good players. Stepping into a defence that Ive already played in for a coach that Ive already played for (new defensive coordinator Tim Burke), thats going to be a benefit for me beccause I know how they work and a dynamic between us already exists.dddddddddddd I can be a liaison between the young players and the coaches." The Richmond, B.C. native has already made a decision that should endear him to his new team, but may cause some eyebrow-raising within his family. The linebackers brother is getting married June 1, the same day as the first on-field sessions of training camp. Will Emry be a member of the wedding party? No, hell be on the field at York University for the rigors of two-a-days. "Its a pretty bad situation for me to be in," Emry admitted. "For the family, it doesnt make anyone feel good, but its the decision that I needed to make for the integrity of the person that I want to be as a football player and as a professional." This is not the first time that nuptials and football have butted heads in the family. Emry also missed his sisters wedding, which happened during his rookie season in Montreal. It wont make missing his brothers ceremony any easier, but making a good impression on his new team is that important to him. "If this was Montreal and I was sitting here taking to a Montreal reporter, we wouldnt be having this conversation because I would go (to the wedding)," he confided to TSN.ca. "But this is my first year here and I have a responsibility to give it my best and take every opportunity to make a difference on this club." Emry did not try on the new jersey, but held it up for photographers. Did the former Alouette like seeing his name on the uniform of a former rival? "It made it real for me," said Emry. "It was super exciting and it was quite a shock to be honest with you. Im very excited about it." To be honest with Emry, so are Argonaut fans. ' ' '

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