“Hooks and Slices” will bring you our view on whats happening in the golf world.
This looks like a great Sunday for golf fans. All the tours are playing and there should be plenty of interesting action. Hopefully the weather will cooperate and give all these golfers a break.
Self described “journeyman” Paul Goydos leads Kenny Perry by a stroke at The Travelers in Cromwell Connecticut. The two of them will represent forty seven years of professional experience when they tee off together. On CBS at 300pm
Only on the LPGA Tour could a player have three wins, including a major victory, last year and still be called a rookie. That’s the case with Jiyai Shin, who leads The Wegman’s by four strokes over Morgan Pressel. True rookie, Stacy Lewis, is five back and looking for her best finish of the year. On ESPN2 at 500pm.
Fred Funk has worked through his knee problems, put the US Open behind him and leads the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open by three strokes. Anytime Funk is leading you can bet on some entertaining golf. On The Golf Channel 100pm.
Retief Goosen leads Bernhard Langer by two strokes going into the final round of the BMW International Open. Yes, you read that right, Bernhard Langer. He passed on playing in The Champions Tour event and decided to play in his home country against the European Tour’s best. Looks like a good call. Langer is great shape and still has major game. On The Golf Channel at 900am.