Ron Sirak, executive editor of Golf World Magazine, joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the significance of Augusta National’s decision to allow female members. Follow Ron on Twitter @RonSirak –
With 3 wins this season did Tiger choke?
Gary Williams of The Golf Channel joins Glenn to cover what happened at The PGA Championship over the weekend.
The display from Woods was not an embarrassment but a slap of reality at the work he still has left to get to where we remember him.
I can’t believe that question can be asked, but not only is it being asked, but a case can be made for YES.
PGA Tour Network’s John Maginnes joined the Glenn Younes Show to preview this weekends PGA Championship and what to expect from this years field, especially Tiger Woods.
Gary Williams, Host of the Morning Drive on the Golf Channel, recaps an eventful weekend of golf at the Open Championship in Lancashire, England.
The 2012 British Open (or the Open Championship) begins Thursday at Poyal Lytham and St. Annes Golf Club.
Glenn gets a ton of texts naming Lance Armstrong the greatest athlete of all time and the Unicorn addresses the state of cycling with PED’s and how he feels Lance stacks up against the likes of Tiger Woods, Muhammad Ali, Roger Federer, Michael Jordan, and more as the greatest of all-time.
If you notice I’m not asking or saying Tiger is back, I’m telling you I got Tigers’ back and have had it. I didn’t start to follow Tiger, cheer for Tiger, get deeper and deeper into golf because of any other reason except for what Tiger did on the course. I didn’t stop being a fan because of his personal life.
Glenn Younes goes on a short rant about Tiger Woods and how he can separate Tiger’s personal life from his professional life.
Glenn Younes and John MaGinnes talk about what it was like to follow Tiger Woods around this past weekend with only a few people around.
Bubba Watson won a one-stroke playoff to win the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
Tiger Woods won the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Club and Lodge on March 25, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
The first round of the 2011 Masters Golf Tournament started late last week.