Mickelson won the 103rd PGA Championship to become, at age 50, the oldest winner of a major championship. Co-hosts Bo Van Pelt and Farrell Evans look back at the historic victory, and then look ahead to the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.
On the 25th anniversary of one of the greatest matches in golf history, Steve Scott, now a PGA Club Professional, discusses his new book, that historic match and how it shaped his life forever.
College golfers often struggle to transition into life as a professional, in part because there's no playbook. Pro golfers are independent contractors who pay their own bills and plan their own transportation. It's especially hard for young players without significant financial resources or…
B.J. Little, a 16-year-old participant in the First Tee Metro Atlanta chapter, joins the 'Both Sides of the Ball' podcast in a wide-ranging discussion that is well worth the listen
Roger Steele is the founder of Hipe Media and winner of Golf Digest's "2020 Why Haven't I Been Following This Guy Yet" award. Get to know his unique perspective on the game.
Van Pelt played in 4 Masters, while Evans covered the year's first major numerous times and the 'Both Sides of the Ball' co-hosts share some of their favorite stories — including Van Pelt's hole-in-one at par-3 16th in the 2012 Masters
A Detroit native, Sommer Woods is the tournament lead for The John Shippen, a golf event in late June that will give the best African-American amateurs and pros an opportunity to qualify for the PGA Tour’s Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club. With hosts Bo Van Pelt and Farrell Evans, Woods…
Tisha Alyn is making the game cooler, fresher and more accessible. Here she discusses her journey from mini-tours to a one-woman act on the world golf stage.
The former Tour pro, and current broadcaster, talks golf betting, his passion for the game, and teeing up against PGA Tour players today.
Hosts Bo Van Pelt and Farrell Evans share what they were thinking when they heard about Woods' crash in Los Angeles, and the long-shot odds of Woods returning to his former greatness
Rick Smith relives Phil Mickelson's unraveling at the 72nd Hole of the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot -- and the sleepless nights he had after it was over.
In a 40-year career as a golf writer, Pete McDaniel has written three books, a documentary and appeared in numerous documentaries as an expert, most recently HBO’s two-part series on Tiger Woods.