"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.”
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.
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.