On the eve of the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship, I can't help but look back at the eve of the 2018 Tournament. For the first time in several years, Tiger Woods made his return to Quail Hollow Club.
My good friend and renown golf journalist, Ron Green, Jr., has been given credit with coining a phrase that has become as synonymous with The Wells Fargo Championship and Quail Hollow Club as "Amen Corner" is with Augusta National.
Monday Mornings have always been my favorite times to go to the golf course that is hosting a tournment beginning on Thursday.
We catch up with the author of An American Caddy in St. Andrews and the new host of Caddy Codes on shopwithgolf.com, Ollie Horovitz. Where are we now on the PGA Tour with journalist, Ron Mintz. And revisit an important guest from earlier this year, Master Kids Instructor, Michelle Holmes.
Of the many tales in the legend of Tiger Woods, there are two early television appearances. At this point, just about all of us have seen this, from "The Mike Douglas Show," when Tiger was 2.
Golf Historian Peter Kessler (peterkessler.com) and Ron Green Jr. of The Global Golf Post and Charlotte Observer give their thoughts on the Amazing Masters and Tiger Woods. And Gary Sobba, Tournament Director of the upcoming Wells Fargo Championship, previews his event.
As I watched the end of The Masters yesterday, and the greatest sports story of my life, there were so many things going through my head.
We're all Masters, all the time with Ron Green Jr. of The Global Golf Post and Charlotte Observer on The Chairman's Press Conference and what's new at ANGC; Taylor Zarzour of Sirius XM/PGA Tour Radio and Charlie handicap the field; and journalist Farrell Evans talks about his piece on Carl Jackson and the black caddies…
My wife and I lived and worked in Augusta, Georgia for 5 1/2 years, or as it would be explained in local parlance, 6 Masters Tournaments.
Bill Rosinski of SiriusXM and PGA Tour Radio joins to discuss what went down at The WGC Dell Technologies Match Play Championship. John Patrick, syndicated host of "The Augusta Golf Show" discusses this weekend's inaugural, historic "Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship." And country music superstar Chris Lane discusses playing the home of "The Masters."