Host of Michigan Golf Live Bill Hobson begins the second hour from Black Bear Golf Club in Vanderbilt, Michigan promoting the Folds of Honor Foundation's Golf 4 Heroes Scramble taking place later this month at Prestwick Villace Country Club. Owner of Black Bear, Rick Babbitt returns to talk about the course and Becky talks about some of the delicious food and drink available.
This hour features a special interview with Top 50 golf instructor Charlie King.
Michigan Golf Live broadcasts this week from Black Bear Golf Club in Vanderbilt, Michigan just north of Gaylord, part of the Gaylord Golf Mecca. Host Bill Hobson is accompanied by Rick Babbitt as co-host, who owns Black Bear. They start off by talking about the improvements made to the property since it has come under Mr. Babbitt's ownership. A little later, Roger Knick of Junior Golf Hub phones in to talk about his service that connects junior golfers with prospective college and professional opportunities. At the end of the hour, Ian Murphy talks about a the special Brisket Basket that's available.
The second hour of Michigan Golf Live returns from the Emerald in St. Johns, Michigan. Host Bill Hobson is joined by Jay Eccleton and Katie Eccleton. They get into an impassioned discussion about high school golf and changes they think should be made. Later they talk about some of the various amenities offered by the Emerald.
This hour features an interview with Brian Minbiole of Callaway Golf to talk about the Callaway Epic.
Michigan Golf Live comes from the Emerald Golf Course in St. Johns, Michigan. Jay and Katie Eccleton, Directors of Golf Course Operations and Event Planning respectively, join host Bill Hobson as guest co-hosts for the day. They talk about the Closest-to-the-Pin challenge that will benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation before getting into some of the detailed quality of the course that makes an excursion to it well worthwhile.
This hour features a special interview with Michigan Amateur Champion Tom Werkmeister.
Bill Hobson, host of Michigan Golf Live returns for the second hour of the day's broadcast from Eagle Eye Golf Club in Bath, MI. Alex Coss, General Manager there returns as guest-co-host. Jason Guss, Director of Instruction at the Jason Guss Golf Academy talks about his experiences as an instructor. At the end of the show, Kevin Helm of the Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau stop by to talk about getting kids engaged in the sport of golf.
This hour features part of an interview with professional caddy Russ Holden.
Michigan Golf Live is broadcast from the heart of the state at Eagle Eye Golf Club in Bath, MI. Host Bill Hobson and General Manager there Alex Coss sit and talk about the large golf and event complex of which Eagle Eye is a part. The talk about the difficulty of the course before Terry Kildea joins in person, and Greg Johnson of the Golf Association of Michigan talk about Amateur Golf in Michigan and specifically the MICH Amateur Championship.
This hour features part of an interview with veteran Golf Professional Bob Estes and he recounts his career.
The second hour of Michigan Golf Live is teed up by host Bill Hobson as he is joined by Head Golf Professional Jason Horricks from the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. This hour, Tim Staudt, the Lansing's "Dean of Sports" sits down with them to talk about his love of the Jewel and the Grand Hotel and to exchange a few jabs with the host and guest co-host. A recurring friend, Bob Tagatz, Concierge at te Grand Hotel stops by a little later and he recounts some of his favorite stories of the Hotel's numerous guests. Bill breaks away for a phone interview with Matt Haas, Senior Coordinator of Tour Media for the LPGA with an update on the Meijer LPGA Classic.
This hour features a special interview with David Graham, Director of the Golf Association of Michigan wherein he and Bill talk about what is upcoming for golf in the state.
Back once again from the Grand Hotel on scenic Mackinac Island, Bill Hobson hosts Michigan Golf Live to kick off the MGL Grand Golf Getaway. Grand Hotel's Head Golf Professional Jason Horricks joins Bill to begin the broadcast. Next up, Groundskeeper at the Jewel, Drew Butterfield sits down with Bill and Mr. Horricks. A phonecall is made to broadcaster Bob Bubka with an update and commentary on the US Open taking place this week at Erin Hills.
The second hour of Michigan Golf Live returns from Prestwick Village in Highland, Michigan. Ryan LaFontaine calls back in to start the hour and he and Bill Hobson resume their conversation about golf in Michigan. Shane Pringle, General Manager, and Shane Pringle, Director of Golf also return.
This hour features a special interview with Tom Gillis, Professional Golfer from Michigan.
Michigan Golf Live is back for another week as host Bill Hobson broadcasts live from Prestwick Village as they prepare for the Michigan Open Championship. General Manager at Prestwick Village Shane Pringle sits down with Bill to start the show. A little later, Director of Golf Brent Goulding joins. Ryan LaFontaine phones in to talk about the LaFontaine family's involvement with golf in Michigan.
This hour features an interview with MSU Freshman Allyson Geer, who was just invited to compete in the Meijer LPGA Classic. On that topic, Meijer President Rick Keyes also joins to talk about the event.