A discussion on Tiger Woods' temper, author Curt Sampson on 'Golf Dads' book, staying healthy this golf season
Hear this latest episode of TravelGolf.com This Week.
“I wrote a blog following the Doral incident,” Tucker says. “I wasn’t so mad that he went off on the photographer, but that Tuesday, I believe, he was interviewed by ESPN and they gave him every chance in the world to apologize, or even recognize that he might have been able to handle it in a little classier way, and that’s what really disturbed me. Tiger’s temper just seems to be the only chink in his armor. Everyone has that moment where they’ve been in Tiger’s gallery where they see him go off the handle at something.”
Author Curt Sampson talks about his new book, Golf Dads.
“Golf links generations because it’s so often learned from a parent, most often the father,” Sampson says. “It’s like a gold pocket watch, an heirloom, to me.”
Plus, in the first of a two-part series on healthy golf, Dr. Ronald Greisamer, a knee surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital, gives a few tips for staying healthy this golf season.
This podcast is supported by Golf Canada’s West.
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That photog should have been given the riot act...as a professional, he should have known better.
Tiger Woods adds class to golf with every swing of his golf club.
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