The playoffs aren't heating up quite yet but at least the weather Gods let Bethpage hit a home run for a change, prompting Joe House and I to discuss that, plus this week's Deutsche Bank and the unfolding Ryder Cup fun.
Joining us is a man who has been very involved in the last few Cups, former PGA of America president Ted Bishop. His new book, Unfriended contains some fantastic behind-the-scenes color from the last three Ryder Cups. I've just finished the book and will have more to say soon, including a review and Q&A with Ted about the non-Ryder Cup material. However, it's a very fun read, particularly when you can juxtapose his recent Ryder Cup experiences with the current politicking.
You can buy Unfriended here at Amazon that includes a Kindle edition, or should you support non-Amazon retailers and want a signed copy from Ted, visit this page.
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