Here is the roster of 156 golfers comprising the final field for next week’s PGA TOUR CareerBuilder Challenge, the year’s first PGA TOUR event in the mainland U.S. and the PGA TOUR’s first event of its West Coast swing. The tournament will be held in La Quinta, Calif. – at the Stadium and Nicklaus Tournament Courses at PGA WEST and La Quinta Country Club – from Jan. 18-21.
INDIAN WELLS, Calif., , 2018 – The brand-new BNP Paribas Open “Garden Party,” a free event open to the public that will serve as the official kick-off to Tennis Season in the Coachella Valley, will be held at the Gardens of El Paseo on from 3:30 pm – 7:00 p.m., and all fans are welcome to attend. To celebrate the beginning of several exciting, tennis-filled months in the area, the BNP Paribas Open will be hosting a Garden Party to offer attendees a snapshot of Tennis Paradise.
Logan Prescott is a three-sport standout at La Quinta high school, all while carrying a 4.9 GPA in the classroom. The senior is headed to Washington State next year as a preferred walk-on for the Cougars football program. On the football field for the La Quinta Blackhawks Logan Prescott is scoring touchdowns then kicking it through the upright. Come soccer season he is blocking shots. "Logan likes to hit people, so he is on the field. He is more than just a kicker he is an excellent athlete."
@DannyMaxPreps Hey sorry Danny, been busy all day in the field with a golf tournament and didn't see this. I'm assuming you want me to send you the Lynch video of the 59-point game? One of our freelance guys @WillHanmer actually shot it and would be your guy if that's the case!
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