THE NORTHWEST GOLF SHOW
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On the 30th anniversary of his Open Championship victory at Royal Troon, Calcavecchia talks about what it means to be a major champion.
As captain for the 2019 U.S. Solheim Cup team, Inkster talks about her leadership style and strategy to coaching.
Initially targeting a second-place finish, Casper talks about his playoff victory against Arnold Palmer in the 1966 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club.
MLB SCOUT - WASHINGTON NATIONALS; FORMER PLAYER, MANAGER & COACH
Cottier, never short of a good story, shares one about the time he got a hole in one and what transpired afterward.
PROFESSIONAL GOLFER, WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE
After being twice snubbed, Stephenson shares what it was like to receive the news about being named to the World Golf Hall of Fame.
TOP RANKED GOLF INSTRUCTOR
On the bag for Jay Haas, Harmon shares the memorable experience of being part of Jack Nicklaus' final round at the Masters.
Robert Trent Jones Jr.
GOLF COURSE ARCHITECT
Jones talks about the vision he saw for the land at Chambers Bay Golf Course, home of the 2015 U.S. Open, that had once been considered an eye-sore.
AUTHOR, SPORTS JOURNALIST
In talking about his latest book, Seven Days in Augusta, Cannizzaro revisits Tiger Woods' controversial position on female members at Augusta National.
PRESIDENT, NICKLAUS DESIGN
Paul Stringer shares insight into Jack Nicklaus’ course design philosophy.
Dahmen credits a small-town upbringing and humble beginnings for what has helped him stay grounded.
Mary Lou Mulflur
WOMEN'S HEAD GOLF COACH, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
Mary Lou Mulflur, 2016 NCAA Women's Golf Coach of the Year, talks about how the loss of two players helped bring the Huskies women closer together.
Sutherland reflects on his historical round at 2014 Dick’s Sporting Goods Open, where he became the first Champions Tour player to shoot a 59.
VETERAN TOUR CADDIE
As witnessed by Vijay, Seve, and Tiger, Tesori shares his two biggest mistakes as a caddie.
ASSISTANT GOLF COACH, AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Williams, the No. 1 ranked U.S. amateur at the time, shares the reason why he chose to play golf at the University of Washington.