Lt. Col. Michael Rowells, who is with the 401st Army Field Support Brigade in Afghanistan, talked with Tiger Woods, left, during their round Wednesday at the Emirates Golf Club in Dubai. Rowells beat out 16,000 other amateur golfers in the military in a draw before this week's tournament.
"It's amazing to watch how these guys hit the ball," said the self-described golf fanatic. "It makes me want to go back and practice, but I have to wait until October."
Lt. Col. Michael Rowells, who is with the 401st Army Field Support Brigade in Afghanistan, talked with Tiger Woods, left, during their round Wednesday at the Emirates Golf Club in Dubai. Rowells beat out 16,000 other amateur golfers in the military in a draw before this week's tournament. "It's amazing to watch how these guys hit the ball," said the self-described golf fanatic. "It makes me want to go back and practice, but I have to wait until October." AP
Lt. Col. Michael Rowells, who is with the 401st Army Field Support Brigade in Afghanistan, talked with Tiger Woods, left, during their round Wednesday at the Emirates Golf Club in Dubai. Rowells beat out 16,000 other amateur golfers in the military in a draw before this week's tournament. "It's amazing to watch how these guys hit the ball," said the self-described golf fanatic. "It makes me want to go back and practice, but I have to wait until October." AP

Sports briefs: Feb. 10

February 10, 2011 12:00 AM