Friday, April 01, 2005

Golf: Where are they now - Stewart Cink

Cink is back in town for his hometown tourney:

For the past seven years, the home-course advantage has helped Stewart Cink amass six top-10 finishes in the BellSouth Classic.

Cink, who resides in the Sugarloaf community, hopes to improve on his consistently successful – but not entirely satisfying – record in the BellSouth Classic, which tees off this morning. Cink has a 12:26 p.m. starting time today off the first tee with Stuart Appleby and Kevin Sutherland. He tees off at 7:36 a.m. Friday off No. 10.

The nine-year PGA Tour veteran and former Georgia Tech standout would love to win on his home course in front of family and friends, but points out, "Sometimes winning just happens to you. I feel comfortable with the golf course. Maybe this time is it."