Hank Gola, golf writer for The New York Daily News joined Jake Kring-Schreifels and myself to break down the Masters’ Tournament. Gola gave his Masters’ prediction as well as analysis on the Tournament without prized golfers like Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. He gave insight into the course and how the golfers will fare over the next two rounds.
Here is the November 2013 edition of the Roach Report, my monthly sit-down with Fordham Athletic Director David Roach. In this month's edition, we spoke about Fordham Football's undefeated hopes moving forward and how crazy the last two games were for the Rams- both two point wins.
Pierre Davis, who was the halfback for the Rams football team in the late 1970’s, visited Kenny Ducey and myself in the Media Center at the Barclays Golf Tournament. Davis, who entered the Fordham Hall of Fame in 1984, is also the Head of Volunteers at the tournament. He told us what the duties of the volunteers were, how many of them were actually golf fans. He exlained why pictures of players on the course aren’t allowed.
On moving day at The Barclays, Hank Gola of the New York Daily News was kind enough to join us as we reacted to the first two rounds at Liberty National. We discussed Tiger extensively, as well as whether or not Gary Woodland and Kevin Chappell would last atop the leaderboard. And, of course, Hank gave us his Sunday predictions.
Hank Gola of the New York Daily News spoke with Kenny Ducey and Nick Logerfo during the third round of the British Open on the possibility of Tiger Woods moving closer to catching up to Jack Nicklaus’ mark of 20 major championships, and all the potential winners at the open.
Hank Gola of the NY Daily News gave us twenty minutes from Augusta National to talk the Masters this week on One on One. Jake Kring-Schreifels and I ask Hank where the best place to watch the greatest event in golf, while Hank was more interested in what was happening in New York. Tiger Woods' penalty, Tianlang Guan making the cut, the relative unknowns at the top of the leaderboard and the "sub-par" efforts of Graeme McDowell and Phil Mickelson.
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