"I hit it very close to the hole on five holes on the front," Sutherland said. "I hit it about a foot 3 feet on 10 and then about a foot on 12. Then I started hitting good shots, but they were going to like 15 feet and I started making those, too. So it all worked together. There wasn't a shot that I didn't hit well out there today until the last hole, and that 3-iron, I just came out of it a little bit."
Kiefer Sutherland is still recognized by fans for spending nearly a decade protecting the president on the hit series "24," but these days, he's putting his non-stop action-packed days behind him for the ever-traveling life of a singer/songwriter -- and he's not afraid to open up to his fans. The 50-year-old actor, who made his music debut with his country album, "Down in a Hole," admitted to Fox News that he initially didn't intend on getting so personal with his lyrics, or even releasing them to the public for that matter. "I think at the heart of it, the songs that I was writing were for myself and then I ultimately played them for a couple people," explained Sutherland. "And those people were the ones that really said, 'No, you should record that song and you should actually try to put it out.' And that was its own kind of discussion down the line."
Kiefer Sutherland may have found love again. Page Six reported Tuesday that the 50-year-old actor has been dating actress Cindy Vela "under the radar for years." Sources told the publication Sutherland and Vela have been an item about three years. However, they've chosen to keep the romance a secret from the media. The 38-year-old actress is reportedly traveling on tour with Sutherland and his band in Europe.
Actor Donald Sutherland is shown at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences headquarters in Beverly Hills on Oct. 13. Sutherland, 84, will be receiving an honorary Oscar for his acting career. Actor Donald Sutherland is shown at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences headquarters in Beverly Hills on Oct. 13. Sutherland, 84, will be receiving an honorary Oscar for his acting career. At 82, Donald Sutherland still maintains a busy schedule that would drain some people half his age.
The best that can be said about the "Flatliners" remake is that the new filmmaking team of writer Ben Ripley and director Niels Arden Oplev makes the original's members look like peerless masters of horror. The 2017 "Flatliners" stars Ellen Page as Courtney, a medical student in a prestigious program, who's having trouble getting past the death of her sister. Whenever she's not on call, Courtney revives the experiments from the first film, enlisting the help of four other young docs -- played by Kiersey Clemons, James Norton, Nina Dobrev and Diego Luna -- to explore the realm beyond death. The characters get a lot more setup and back story before the dying begins in the new "Flatliners." There's also a lot more emphasis on the health benefits of flatlining, as these afterlife adventurers come back smarter, randier and primed to excel at their competitive school.