Sports Night: Former UNLV golfers fall short in chase for Masters title
LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) —
Sergio Garcia wins the first major championship of his career with a dramatic, sudden-death victory over Justin Rose at the Masters.
Garcia finally broke through in his 71st major as a professional, and nearly 18 years after he was runner-up to Tiger Woods in a breakthrough performance in the PGA Championship.
Former Rebels golfer Charley Hoffman had a round of 6 over which dropped him to 22nd. Ryan Moore and Adam Scott tied for 9th with a final score of 2 under, seven shots off the lead.
Former Bonanza standout Kris Bryant breaks out of his slump as he went 3-for-3 today in the Chicago Cubs’ 7-4 victory over the Brewers in Milwaukee.
The 51s begin their Las Vegas campaign Tuesday night at Cashman Field. Pitching coach Frank Viola discusses the expectations this season.
Some NFL players could be in trouble with the league after holding an Arm Wrestling tournament at a casino in Las Vegas.
Amber Dixon sits down with off-road racer B.J. Baldwin.