The Masters has given us many historic moments since its 1934 inception. Here are the top 5.
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.
Sports Author John Feinstein: “Other Than The Respect For The Golf I Don’t Know Why People Like Tiger”
The Drive Friday 4-12-13 -John Feinstein the best selling sports author of all time joins The Drive to talk about Tiger Woods and the comments from Jack Nicklaus that “he’s never had more than a 2 minute conversation with Tiger”, what he sees as the major stories coming out of Augusta, and what separates The Masters from all the other events John has covered.
NEW YORK (AP) — For the first time in its 80-year history, Augusta National Golf Club has female members.
Mac Attack 4/6: National Council of Women’s Organizations’ Martha Burk calls in to weigh in on the latest controversy surrounding women and Augusta, whether Augusta should be able to be a mens only club, and why she feels her protest nine years ago helped to give women a chance to earn membership to the club.
The Drive Thursday 4-5-12- Rex Hoggard of the Golf Channel checks in with the Drive to talk about Billy Payne’s press conference about allowing women to join as members at Augusta National, how he thinks Rory McIlory is handling the pressure this year, and how Tigers first round went today.
The Drive Wednesday 4-4-12- Taylor and Marc talk with the golf analyst about the start of the Masters, what fans should expect out of this years tournament and Marc asks him what his favorite interview has been over his career.
Wednesday 4-4-12- From the Drive Taylor Zarzour talks with the father and son team of Ron Green Jr and Ron Green Sr. Two of the best golf reporters around about the history of the Masters, how spectators react to their first time on the course and we get their picks of who will putting on the Green Jacket on Sunday.