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.
The Drive Wednesday 6-13-12-From NBC we talk with Dan Hicks about the U.S. Open, we get his favorites to lift to trophy on Sunday and we even get his impression of Bob Costas which is […]
During the WFNZ Golf Classic, a lot of our on-air talent had some incredible swings, but Mac from “The Mac Attack” had quite an unusual swing. So wanted to ask our listeners, which golfer has the worst swing: Mac or Charles Barkley?
The Drive Wednesday 5-2-12- Tom Renaldi talks with Taylor and Marc about Tiger Woods and his climb back to #1, how the Wells Fargo Tournament has affected the city of Charlotte, and we get his thoughts on the passing of Junior Seau.
The Drive Wednesday 5-2-12- Steve Sands from the Golf channel talks with The Drive about everything from the Bobcats dismal season, why the Redskins drafted two quarterbacks in this draft, and how Tiger Woods will perform this week.
It is time once again for the PGA Tour to come to Charlotte for the Wells Fargo Championship. Originally the Wachovia Championship, the Wells Fargo Championship began in 2003 with a different winner every year. Seven out of nine of those winners, including 2007 winner Tiger Woods, have been American. Quail Hollow is one of the tougher courses on the PGA tour, with holes 16 to 18 known as The Green Mile. This year promises to be one of the best, and with this year’s competition, it’s anyone’s game.