Quite a morning on the Driving Range today!
Smokin’ Joe and Mulligan Matt want you to know no matter how bad your golf game, Angelo Spagnolo is worse! He has the highest documented golf score – 257 – in the entire history of golf. And he has a new book out. He joined the duffers this morning.
Ian Baker-Finch, professional golfer and golf analyst for CBS Sports, talks about his favorite golf course.
Smokin’ Joe Pogge talks golf with UH Head Coach, Chris Hill.
The arrival of golf season allows us once again to hit the links with some friends, get some exercise and take in the sunshine. To help get things started, E.S.P. presents their spring golf guide.
Nick Faldo, golf legend and lead golf analyst for CBS Sports, talks about his favorite golf course.
Tonight the guys kicked off the Road Trip talking to John Boyette, Augusta Chronicle, about the Masters. Boyette talked about the big stories of the tournament so far. Then they went to Columbia to talk to Brandon Kiley, “The Morning Blitz”, about Green-Beckham’s dismissal from Mizzou’s football team. Kiley discussed the players legal troubles and how they led to his release. He also said it will have a huge impact on Missouri’s football team’s chances moving forward.
The guys packed their golf clubs on this road trip in anticipation of their final stop at The Masters in Augusta, Georgia. They set-off heading up I-45 to Dallas, where they are joined by R.J. Choppy from 105.7 “The Fan”. Choppy analyzes the controversial statements made by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones about the popularity of his team. He goes on to talk about the possibility of the Cowboys drafting Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. B-Straw and Pauly G leave Dallas and head out to The Masters with Seth Harp from 102.1 “HarpOnSports”. Harp states that if the perfect weather in Augusta stays around, this year’s Masters could be the most crisp tournament in history. He also expresses his desire to see Phil Mickelson still in contention on Sunday, due to the foreseeable drop in television ratings, if he isn’t.
CBS Sports Golf Writer Kyle Porter joined The Triple Threat on Wednesday to talk Masters.
Matt Jones picked up his first career PGA Tour victory in dramatic fashion on Sunday.