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Jay Delsing

Jay Delsing hails from St. Louis, Missouri. While his father played Major League baseball for 10 years and was a member for the World Champion New York Yankees in 1949, Jay had a different kind of long drive in mind.

In 1979, Delsing received a coveted golf scholarship from UCLA where he became a two-time All-American. In 1984, Delsing earned his PGA Tour Card and played in nearly 700 PGA Tour events, earning more than 4 million in prize money. He has 7 professional wins to his credit, including the Fort Smith Classic, The Omaha Classic and the Gerald Ford Invitational in Vail, Colorado.

In 2014, Fox Sports added Delsing to its broadcast team. The recent US Open Championship at Shinnecock Golf Club in Long Island, New York marked his fourth consecutive national open coverage for Fox Sports. In addition, he is a commentator for PGA Tour Live. In April of 2018, Delsing was inducted into the St Louis Sports Hall of Fame.

In 2005, Delsing founded First Tee of St Louis, which introduces nine core values of golf to underprivileged kids. His Jay Delsing Foundation introduces the sport to children in rural areas. Jay Delsing Golf hosts corporate entertainment and hospitality events throughout the country.

Delsing’s radio show "Golf with Jay Delsing" airs on 101 ESPN, on Sundays from 9-10 a.m.

Jay is the proud father of four daughters.