As the PGA TOUR season comes to an end, Morning Drive is in full throttle with the stellar guests they have on each morning talking about the hottest topics in golf.
Recently Morning Drive was honored with The King himself making an appearance. Arnold Palmer took the time to talk to Gary Williams and Annika Sorenstam about various topics within the golf industry. But one of the things Palmer joked about was breaking Rory McIlroy’s arm if he missed next year’s Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard.
Ray Beaulfis from Big Break Greenbrier stopped by the set to talk about his experience being on Big Break Greenbrier and what is next for him in his career. Beaulfis was even lucky enough to meet the King himself before he went on the set!
Speaking of Big Break and dreams of playing on the PGA TOUR, past Big Breaker and current cast member of Chasing The Dream, Robbie Biershenk stopped by to talk about his career and what is next for him. His brother PGA TOUR player Tommy Biershenk was also on set with his brother Robbie. Biershenk was very kind enough to bring some free t-shirts to our hosts!
This is just a small sample of the many great guests who stop by Morning Drive on a daily basis. Check out behind-the-scenes photos these guests and more.
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