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BMW CHAMPIONSHIP at Crooked Stick Golf Club: Gardner Heidrick Pro-AM

 

CARMEL, INDIANA — Wednesday’s Gardner Heidrick Pro-Am golf tournament was suspended after 9 holes due to an hour and 43 minute rain delay.

Just before the noon hour, winds were blowing close to 50 mph around the area.

Tiger Woods and his morning grouping were on the 17th hole when play was officially suspended at 11:32 a.m.

All but two of the morning groupings played at least nine holes.

(courtesy of PGA Tour & FedEx)

The 26 groups that played during the afternoon were limited to just nine holes. The afternoon tee-off times were moved to a 1:15 p.m. start instead of the scheduled 12:30 p.m.

Woods and his group and four other groups tied for first place at 8-under4 par.

NOTES

* Crooked Stick Golf Course is located in the North Indianapolis suburb of Carmel.

* The course was built by Pete and Alice Dye, the famous golf course architects.

* The Golf course has hosted some big-time events: 1991 PGA Championship, 1993 U.S. Women’s Open, 2005 Solheim Cup and now the 2012 BMW Championship.

* Crooked Stick is a private club course. There is an initiation fee and then a monthly fee from then on out. There are around 230 members, and the waiting list is about six months. Non-members can play with members on designated guest days and during certain tournaments. There is also a guest fee.

* Famous members include: Pete Dye, Alice Dye, Peyton Manning, Dallas Clark and Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay.

 

Irsay says Manning can stay with Colts if he restructures contract

 

Peyton Manning (file photo)

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay in media reports around the Indiana capital city, says that Peyton Manning will be the one deciding if he stays with the team.

The 35-year-old Manning has spent the past five months recovering from his third neck surgery in less than a two-year period, and there is no official report on how much progress he has made towards healing.

Irsay says that he’ll be meeting with Manning in the next week and that if he ever throws a football for the Colts again, the quarterback will have to be willing to restructure his contract.

The Colts are on the books to owe Manning a roster bonus of $28 million by March 8.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Football news reports

Former OSU coach Tressel might take over Colts job

 

Jim Tressel (megasportsnews.com photo)

There is a chance that all Ohio State Buckeyes fans might see former head football coach Jim Tressel leading the Indianapolis Colts in 2012.

Reports out of Indianapolis and around the NFL say that Tressel, has already interviewed for the job with owner Jim Irsay. The Baldwin-Wallace grad spent the 2011 season as a game day consultant for the Colts.

Tressel is a top-notch coach, eventhough his only experience is in the college ranks.

His only baggage is that he was ousted due to NCAA rules violations and allowing otherwise ineligible players play when knowing of their misdeeds.

There are other candidates for the Indianapolis job: Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Morhinweg and former Vikings head coach Brad Childress.

 

Info compiled from internet, Radio & TV news

 

 

Irsay Family celebrating 40th anniversary of ownwership of Colts

 

Jim Irsay (courtesy of SMU athletics)

The 2011 National Football League season marks the 40th anniversary of the Irsay family owning the Colts franchise.

In July, 1972, the Baltimore Colts came under new ownership as Robert Irsay acquired the team from Carroll Rosenbloom in exchange for the Los Angeles Rams.

The Irsays moved the franchise from Baltimore to Indianapolis in 1983.

In 1997, Jim Irsay became the team’s Owner & CEO.

Jim’s father Robert, was a Chicago businessman.

Since the Irsay family acquired the Colts, the team has won 297 games while appearing in the playoffs 17 times, two Super Bowls and one Super Bowl win in XLI in 2006 against Chicago.

Info courtesy of the Indianapolis Colts

Tressel will sit out until Colts 7th game of season

 

Jim Tressel leading OSU at Texas in September 2006 (photo by JohnTex via wikipedia commons)

The Indianapolis Colts have decided not to use former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel as a replay consultant until the seventh game of the season.

Colts vice chairman Bill Polian said earlier this week that Tressel won’t join the team officially until late October. The team last week announced it had hired Tressel as a game-day consultant to help determine when the team should challenge plays with a video review.

Over the past weekend, Colts owner Jim Irsay, head coach Jim Caldwell, Polian and Tressel dicussed the situation with NFL officials.

The Colts management team said that questions were raised with respect to of should he serve a suspension like Terrelle Pryor of the Oakland Raiders who is serving a five-game suspension and the other Ohio State players for NCAA rules violations. If Tressel were still at Ohio State, he would be serving a five-game suspension.

Info compiled from Indianapolis Colts news