Episode 33: The Chicken Classic

Will and I (Webb) Recap our weekend as credentialled media at the Sanderson Farm’s Championship in Jackson, MS. This is a great event, and one that deserved the elevated status. The players raved about the course and the overall vibe of the event was great. It felt like big party after a dove hunt or …

Episode 31: We’re Back…

PGA Tour golf is back as the new season opens up at TPC Old White for the Greenbrier. We also touch on last week’s Walker Cup at Royal Liverpool and the upcoming Solheim Cup at Gleneagles. This Episode was brought to you by our friends at Clubhouse Events group, they provide turn key, high quality, …

Episode 32: Grant Hirschman

Interview with Korn Ferry Tour pro and native Memphian, Grant Hirschman. Grant just wrapped up a successful season on the Korn Ferry Tour, where he finished 68th on the money list securing his full card for next season. Hope you enjoy, and please subscribe to our podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Cheers

Episode 29: WGC Recap with Jonathan Fly

JFly, Will and Myself break down a busy weekend in golf. Jonathan caddied for Aaron Rai, and helped him to a T-12 finish. We touch on all things WGC FedEx St. Jude, as well as the release of the 2019-2020 PGA Tour Schedule, Sergio’s on course antics, and where we think Brooks will compare to …

Two Piece Combo, Chicken Classic

Some call it “Golf’s 8th Major”, shout out Will Bardwell, others call it the Chicken Classic. Regardless of your name for the Sanderson Farm’s Championship, this tournament has made it a long way since it’s days in Hattiesburg, MS. From sponsorship trouble, to changing courses, to historically bad weather, it seems as all of the …

Lady Liberty

“Playoffs!? You want to talk about the Playoffs!? We can’t even win a game let alone make the playoffs!”. It’s that time of year again. Last year Bryson had two wins, only to be upstaged by Tiger’s win at East Lake and Justin Rose stealing the FedEx Cup from both of them. Things are set …

Memphis Delivered

FedEx delivered a WGC to Memphis, the fans delivered an awesome atmosphere, God delivered no humidity in July and the world’s best players delivered awesome golf. For a tournament of 60 plus years to get elevated to this status, move from a historic venue, and be scheduled for the last weekend in July, there was …