Gary Williams, host of “Morning Drive” on Golf Channel, joined Bob and Glenn and Sports Rehab to discuss the first major of the PGA season, The Masters. With Tiger Woods not participating in this year […]
ESPN and CBS have lost a large chunk of their audience before the biggest golf tournament in the world ever teed off.
We all know what is #1 for most people. Football. We don’t need a poll to tell us that, although we got one.
Some of the best American sporting events worth traveling for are the Daytona 500, the Masters Tournament, the Super Bowl the U.S. Open and the World Series.
The Naval Academy is considering more than $6 million in renovations to the Naval Academy Golf Club, including improvements to the course’s irrigation system, grass and practice areas.
President Barack Obama kicked off his birthday weekend Saturday with a round of golf with friends and a getaway to Camp David.
Joe Plecker, the director of golf instruction at Baltimore Country Club, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss day one of The Open, currently being played across the pond.
It’s not easy hitting a golf ball, and it’s even tougher to do if you’re wearing high heels.
Generally the field in any golf arena is the one tracking Tiger. Sunday at Merion I, along with the smaller than normal gallery, (not fully because of his position but lack of course space) were the only ones tracking the world’s number one.
Ron Sirak executive editor of Golf Word magazine and Senior Writer for Golf Digest joined the Norris & Davis show to discuss the U.S. Open. Steve started out by asking Sirak about Phil Mickelson’s game […]
US OPEN COVERAGE WITH GARY WILLIAMS
Rex Hoggard called into the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss the first day of the US Open.