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People ask me all the time why I didn't stick with my first career move, professional golf.
EACH WEEK WE TAKE AN INTERNET QUESTION. THIS ONE COMES FROM JEFF FOGELSONG OF MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA.
WE WILL REJOIN OUR GUEST, LOREN ROBERTS, WHO SAYS HE HASN'T HEARD THIS STORY BEFORE, BUT WE READ THAT THE NICKNAME `BOSS OF THE MOSS' CAME FROM DUKES OF HAZARD AND `BOSS HOG'
2000 HAS BEEN A GOOD YEAR, HASN'T IT?
IT'S BEEN A VERY GOOD YEAR FOR ME, YEAH.
IN A SPORT WHERE YOUTH SEEMS TO DOMINATE, LOREN ROBERTS IS DISRUPTING THE BELL CURVE. AT 45 HE ENJOYED ONE OF THE BEST YEARS OF HIS CAREER.
NOW THIS IS THE POINT IN THE SHOW WHERE WE WANT YOU TO MAKE US PUTT LIKE THAT LOREN.
THIS IS A BOOK. FOCUS IS THE NAME OF THE GAME THAT WAS CO-WRITTEN BY OUR GUEST, LOREN ROBERTS, ALONG WITH LARRY MIZE AND SCOTT SIMPSON.
Relief was the operative expression for Mike Weir. After watching the penultimate hole devour the world's No. 1 player before his very eyes, the Canadian endured with a par 5 en route to his second career PGA Tour title at the WGC-American Express Championship.