Jim Nantz from CBS joins Mac and Jim to preview the PGA Championship, but the conversation wasn’t limited to golf. The guys start with Nantz singing the praises of Quail Hollow and the possibility of […]
Will this be the face of a winner at the US Open on Sunday? Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss Phil Mickelson trying to win his 1st US Open title, plus Game 5 of the […]
The Drive Friday 6-14-13 – Johnson Wagner joined the guys in studio to talk about his experiences playing the U.S. Open, where he sees his game going in the next 5 to 10 years,plus we take your calls with Johnson in studio.
The top clubs in the country are both expensive AND exclusive. You’d be a hero if you could get Dad on the green at any one of them. We’ve found one way to slip Dad through the gates of a very private club; maybe you can find another!
We all have pet peeves. Whether it is slow drivers, loud talking at the movies, etc. I know that I have too many to list during this blog, but last weekend perhaps my biggest pet peeve when it comes to sports reared it’s ugly head again.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 4-15-13: Brett Jensen brings in Scott Michaux of the Augusta Chronicle to discuss all the happenings of this year’s Masters.
Andy North From ESPN: “I Thought The Club Handled It As Best They Could And On Sunday We Had A Great Winner”
The Drive Monday 4-15-13 -Andy North from ESPN talks with The Drive about Tiger Woods’ penalty on the 15th hole on Friday, how Tiger’s overall play has been this season, and we discuss the winner Adam Scott and he perception amongst other players on tour.
Can he close? Adam Scott enters Sunday with a chance at his first major. Len Martez & Steve Lyerly discuss that plus breaking news involving the Joe Paterno statue.
Many of your favorite local and national celebrity athletes were on hand for Fred Whitfield’s 10th annual Hooptee Celebrity Golf Classic this week. Located at the Ballantyne Hotel, the Hooptee Golf Tourney helps to support youth-based charitable activities in our area.
For many families these days, money is tight, and everyone is looking for ways to cut costs. One of the first things to go is usually travel, especially with gas being so expensive. Living in Charlotte means you don’t need to give up those trips at all. In one tank, adventures abound this summer. Blowing Rock is one of North Carolina’s oldest travel attractions, offering abundant hiking and scenery gawking opportunities near the famous outcropping itself. Strike out on a trip to Blowing Rock — just a tank of gas away — and you’ll never resent those jet-setting vacationers again.