"FORE the Good of the Game” is a golf podcast featuring interviews with World Golf Hall of Fame members, winners of major championships and other people of influence in and around the game of golf. Highlighting the positive aspects of the game, we aim to create and provide an engaging and timeless repository of content that listeners can enjoy now and forever. Co-hosted by PGA Tour star Bruce Devlin, our podcast focuses on telling their life stories, in their voices. Join Bruce and Mike Gonzalez “FORE the Good of the Game.”

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Recent Podcasts

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Dive into the inspiring world of golf with Trevor Immelman, the 2008 Masters Champion and CBS Golf Broadcaster. Immelman fondly recounts his experiences as a junior golfer, highlighting the influential figures in South African golf, like Ernie Els and Tim Clark, who played a significant role in his development. He shares personal anecdotes that provide a glimpse into the mindset of a determined young golfer, revealing his unwavering passion and dedication to the sport.

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World Golf Hall of Fame member, Pat Bradley, offers an intimate glimpse into her inspiring journey in golf. Be captivated by her candid recollections of the pivotal moments that steered her towards a professional golfing career, including her time at Florida International University and the crucial decision to pursue golf over skiing. Pat shares her journey through her 1986 season is a testament to her exceptional skill and the relentless determination that drove her career.

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Winner of the 2003 Masters Tournament, Mike Weir recounts his early days as a golf professional playing the Canadian and Australasian Tours before joining the PGA Tour and becoming the first Canadian player in 45 years to win on that tour in Canada at the 1999 Air Canada Championship. He recalls the letter he wrote to Jack Nicklaus as a 14-year-old asking for advice on whether to switch from left-handed to right-handed and the response he received.

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A true icon in the realm of golf, Australian golf legend and World Golf Hall of Fame member, Karrie Webb. Her career includes seven major championships and an impressive 41 LPGA Tour wins. But there’s so much more to Karrie than what you see on the leaderboard. She delves into her humble beginnings in Ayr, Queensland, where she discovered her passion for the game at a young age. This is an intimate journey through the highs and lows, triumphs and tribulations of Karrie's professional life.

Featured Podcasts

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Hal Sutton

PGA and 2-time Tournament Players Championship winner, Hal Sutton reminisces about his amateur career that included two Western Amateur wins, two Walker Cup team victories and the 1980 U.S. Amateur. Hal describes three significant influences in his life as a young man; Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson and Jackie Burke, Jr. and the role his father played in supporting his dream. Sutton admits to a bad Augusta mind set, recalls his most memorable regular Tour victories and takes us back to the magic of the 1999 Ryder Cup at the Country Club. Hear him recount his two Tournament Players Championship wins in 1983 and 2000 (“Be the Right Club Today”) and how he managed to beat Tiger Woods at a time when Tiger Woods was unbeatable.

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Tom watson

Tom Watson, joins us to tell his story beginning  with his childhood years growing up in Kansas City and learning the game from his father at age six.  After getting cut for the Little League baseball team at age nine, golf became his passion. Winner of eight major championships and World Golf Hall of Fame member, he re-lives his Open Championship experiences including the highs of five wins and the lows of disappointing defeats at the Old Course and in 2009 at Turnberry at age 59. He recounts his first experience with links golf preparing for his first Open at Carnoustie, the iconic “Duel in the Sun” with Nicklaus at Turnberry, his “emergency nine” with Arnie at Muirfield, his back-door win at Troon and his memorable 2-iron into the last at Birkdale.
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               Bernhard Langer

World Golf Hall of Fame member and two-time winner of the Masters Tournament, Bernhard Langer joins us to begin his life story in golf as a young man in the Bavarian region of Germany. Bernhard recounts his days as an "Eagle Eye" caddie who turned professional at the ripe old age of 15 at Munich CC where he played in an exhibition with Jack Nicklaus and then met Gary Player two years later at age 17. Soon he would join Ballesteros, Faldo, Woosnam and Lyle as they transformed European Golf and the Ryder Cup competition. He looks back on his wins on U.S. soil that included 2 green jackets and a life-changing week at the 1983 Sea Pines Heritage event at Harbour Town. Bernhard recalls the joy of winning the 1983 Masters playing with Seve Ballesteros on the final day.

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