Jeff Lesson is a radio and television sportscaster, newspaper columnist and host of the award-winning show “Lesson On Golf.”
“Lesson On Golf” first hit the airwaves in 1997, and runs from March 14th through August 22nd every Saturday and Sunday morning 7-8 am on 97.1 FM “The Ticket”. He also was part of the CBS national radio play by play broadcast of the Ryder Cup at Oakland Hills.
He is also the host of “Michigan Golf Weekly with Jeff Lesson” on CBS 62 Saturdays at 6 p.m. (May through August).
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Believe it or not, I was not happy at all with the news that the world number one golfer (for the time being) has been shelved after back surgery-and is likely to miss EVERY Major in 2014.
He is the most dominant player In the world, even though he continues to choke in every Major since 2008.
Tiger Woods says he has had a great year.
The way Tiger Woods blew away the field at the Bridgestone Invitational was magical.
Tiger Woods is still the best golfer of our time- even if he is done winning majors.
The Open Championship is being contested at Muirfield- the site of Tiger Woods worst score as a professional in 2002.
Given the fact there are only two Majors left, combined with the Powers pedigree, Tiger Woods should be a slam dunk to win both The Open Championship and The PGA.
The bigger concern is this round happened on the eve of The U.S. Open which starts a week from Thursday.
It’s pretty simple. The Players Championship has the strongest field in golf.
Just relax. Forget how you feel about whether or not Tiger Woods should have been disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard.
Is this the year Tiger Woods wins his first green jacket in eight years?
Figured we would get that headline out of the way since our Program Director Jimmy Powers tells me every year that Tiger will win two majors.