The Tournament Director of the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic, Clair Peterson, joins me to talk about the cancelation of this year's event due to COVID, the millions that will be donated to charity via Birdies for Charity, and what's on-tap for 2021.
Dana Foland founded Swim for CJ in honor of her son, Christopher, Jr. CJ passed away in the family's pool just before his 3rd birthday nearly 2 years ago. Dana has turned tragedy into charity. Swim for CJ aims to increase water safety awareness, CPR training and gives scholarships for swimming lessons.
Gen LaGreca's fourth novel hits shelves this week. LaGreca stops by the show to talk about her newest release, Just the Truth, and other topics - like self-publishing, writing while working and finding careers later in life.
The Action Network's Sr. Golf Writer, Jason Sobel, stops by to wrap up The Match II between Phil and Tiger, discuss the return of the PGA Tour in mid-June and to provide perspectove on the post-COVID world of professional golf.
Co-author of Time Off, John Fitch, joins me to discuss the counterintuitive idea of better leisure leading to more success at work and more fulfillment in life. Time Off is available for purchase on May 25th. Check it out!
Ryan French has amassed a HUGE Twitter following highlighting professional golf that most of us never knew existed. French's Monday Q Info focuses on the mini-tours filled with professionals spending their savings to win virtually nothing. This is a far cry from the elitist, private jet world of the PGA Tour's biggest stars. Ryan tells the stories of the underdog and, I suppose, is an underdog himself.
Author, speaker and therapist Beth Tyson discusses the unique challenges of Grandparents raising grandchildren due to trauma. These families live among us and need our support. Beth's new Children's Book, called A Grandfamily for Sullivan, is available on her website, www.bethtyson.com or wherever books are sold.
Comedic writer, podcaster and long time friend, Aaron Donley, joins Tobin Walsh to talk about writing jokes, his route from Iowa kid to Oregon dad/husband and an "I know what I'm doing badge" for air travel.