Hawkins has covered professional golf since 1991, first as a general-assignment writer and columnist with the Washington Times, then for 14 years at GolfWorld magazine. In 2007, Hawkins became a panelist on the Golf Channel's 'Grey Goose 19th Hole.' His role at the network has continued to expand since.
In 2001, Hawkins' television career began with weekly appearances on ESPN News. His knowledge of the PGA Tour has helped him earn numerous citations from the Golf Writers Association of America, including first-place honors for his story on Tiger Woods' 12-stroke victory at the 1997 Masters, the U.S. rally at the 1999 Ryder Cup and Woods' 'Tiger Slam' triumph at the 2001 Masters.
A graduate of Towson (Md.) University, Hawkins resides in Connecticut with his wife and two daughters.
Grey Goose 19th Hole