Money Golf author Michael Bohn, golf in Malaysia (part 2), and golf rap from The Golf Ballerz
“The professional tour owes its origins to betting among players in Scotland and Great Britain,” Bohn says. “In the mid to late 1800s, challenge matches were the most common form of entertainment in golf. The gentlemen would back their pro or their caddie against someone else, and the pros would take some cash home from those matches. That was the origin of the money list.”
Plus, Berner plays a clip from a new video by The Golf Ballerz, the first golf rap band.
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