THE KITCHEN AND LOCKER ROOM are ready to go in the new clubhouse at The Preserve at Oak Meadows, are you. The new clubhouse will open soon. So stay tuned into for details about opening day. But the golf course is already open. ——————————————————————————————————————–

THE GOG BLOG by RORY SPEARS, Director of Content and Creation for Golfers on Golf. Follow Rory on Twitter @GogBlogGuy or connect-Facebook/LinkedIn/Instagram.


The Chicago District Golf Association tee’s off it’s oldest championship this week at the Bull Valley Country Club in Bull Valley/Woodstock Illinois.

This is the second time the club has hosted the championship. But the first time since 2010, when Tommy Bliefnick captured the crown. Players are battling to have their name on the Joseph G. Davis trophy. Other past champions include Chick Evans, Frank Stranahan and Joel Hirsch.

36 holes of stroke play is today, with match play the rest of the way for the remaining field of 16. Thursday will be the 36-hole championship match. Details at

THE ONWENTSIA CLUB of Lake Forest home of this weeks Western Junior Championship

This week from June 22-24, some of the best players from around the world, will compete at one of the great historic golf venues in the Chicago area.

Some of the great players to win this championship include, Colin Morikawa, Rickie Fowler, and Jim Furyk.

University of Illinois golf team member Piercen Hunt, will get to defend his title that he won at Rich harvest Farms in 2019. Hunt won by seven shots.

The last back-to-back winner of the championship was Ben Downing in 1941. But more information can be found at


AURORA COUNTRY CLUB will host this weeks 94th Women’s Western Golf Association (WWGA) Western Junior Girls Championship.

The championship will run from June 22-25. This historic championship was first played in 1920.

But this championship mixes stroke play and then match play. Because the field of 78 players, will get down to the low-16 for match play.

The four rounds of match play will crown this years champion. Past champions in this event include LPGA stars and World Golf Hall of Fame inductee’s like Candie Kung, Grace Park, Cristie Kerr and Nancy Lopez.

Gabriella Gilrowski won the 2019 championship at Woodland Country Club in Carmel, Indiana. But last year’s championship was cancelled. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Aurora Country Club was founded in 1914, and designed by Thomas Bendelow and William Langford. So for more information see


IN NEED OF A BITE AND A COLD BEVERAGE. So get ready for a dining operation that will register a birdie on your score card. Because the clubhouse at the Preserve at Oak Meadows is getting ready to open. Follow for details on when the grand opening will take place. More good news the Preserve is open for golf-so go play. _____________________________________________________________________

THE 121ST U.S. Open wraps up today. Who will win.

HAPPY FATHERS DAY-and U.S. Open Sunday.

So who do you like to win. Because there are several players that have a great chance. But odd’s are that one player will break through with a great final round and take home the trophy.

NBC has wall-to-wall coverage today. So sit back and enjoy.

Recent U.S. Open champions like Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are lurking just off the lead.

THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN has announced a new head coach for the men’s team. Michael Wilson a 20 year college golf coach, with 14 years of head coaching experience joins the Badgers. Wilson joins Wisconsin after 5 years at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) as the Blazers head coach. Wilson was the 2020 and 2021 Conference USA Coach of the Year. In 2020 UAB ascended to the No.5 ranking in the country, the highest in schools history.

ILLINOIS GOLF COACH Mike Small has announced the addition of TJ Barger of Bloomington Illinois to the Fighting Illini men’s golf team starting this fall. Barger is the top rated Illinois golfer in AJGA rankings, and won the 2019 2A Illinois state championship. Barger says,” to be an Illini has always been a dream of mine. I’m looking forward to playing with elite players and being coach by high-level coaches.”

LINKS CAPITAL ADVISORS and Chris Charnas announce the sale of Kewanee Dunes in Kewanee Illinois. For more information on buying or selling golf courses, contact Chris at

The Ryder Cup poster and painting by Cassy Tully.

SO DO YOU need a Ryder Cup poster of Whistling Straits.

Because this years Ryder Cup poster can be viewed and ordered at

Cassy will be at Whistling Straits during Ryder Cup week, and yes of course will be signing posters.

But for more information on golf posters and artwork in addition to the Ryder Cup collection, visit

Cassy’s art studio is located in Milwaukee, and you can schedule an appointment.

But don’t be afraid to come see Cassy at Whistling Straits in the merchandise tent, during Ryder Cup week.

ARE YOU THINKING FLORIDA this summer. Why not visit a place where the heat is not bad all summer long. Daytona Beach where there are several top golf courses, great hotels, restaurants, beaches and more. Visit

BUT IF YOUR HEADED TO MYRTLE BEACH South Carolina great news is right around the corner. Pines Lake Golf Club, Myrtle Beaches first golf course and the Grand-Daddy of Myrtle Beach will reopen from renovation next month. For more details on playing this classic golf course see

The grand reopening of the First Tee of Chicago’s, clubhouse at Waveland Golf Course.


THE FIRST TEE of Chicago has reopened it’s new clubhouse at the Waveland Golf Course (more recently known as Sydney Marovitz.

Because on June 9th City of Chicago officials, along with members of the KemperSports management team gathered at the clubhouse to reopen the facility.

But the next phase of a short course will begin this summer. With architect Todd Quitno, working with PGA Tour star Luke Donald, and Northwestern University Director of Golf Pat Goss. For more information on the project visit

The Gog Blog returns tomorrow with a recap of this weeks tournaments. RS


  REGISTRATION IS NOW UNDERWAY FOR THE PHIL KOSIN ILLINOIS WOMEN’S OPEN AT MISTWOOD GOLF CLUB, being held on July 6th and 7th.  ____________________________________________________________________

Golfers on Golf Radio Saturday afternoons (for now) at 4 pm. Rory Spears (L) and Ed Stevenson (R) along with Bill Berger and Len Ziehm (not pictured) in the studio at WCPT Am 820.

WEEK 10-U.S. Open Week.

Golfers on Golf Radio looks at this weeks U.S. Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego California.

OUR LIVE guests include Forrest Richardson, the President of the American Society of Golf course Architects (ASGCA) live from Torrey Pines. Richardson will bring us a unique history of Torrey Pines, a William P. Bell design. The course now is over 60 years old.

The U.S. Open-Round 3 this afternoon on NBC.


We will learn more from the two men who have the golf course operate, over the last 16 years.

Because it’s quite an operation, when your over looking the cliffs of the Pacific Ocean.

From Landscapes Unlimited VP Tom Works, who specializes in the Irrigation side of the golf course. Plus Project manager Dave Linngren who has directed the courses changes, even through the Rees Jones renovation.

So tune in to Golfers on Golf Radio today at 4 Pm for our annual U.S. Open show, complete with updates as play progresses.

YOU CAN listen live on WCPT Am 820. Listen live on line at But if your out on the range or the golf course, try the Tune-In Radio APP and search WCPT820. But if you miss the show and need a mulligan, go to and scroll down to the podcast replay.

Golfers on Golf Radio 4 Pm today on Am 820 WCPT-Thanks for listening, Ed, Billy, Rory and Len.


ED STEVENSON Director of DuPage Golf is getting ready to welcome golfers back into the new Preserve at Oak Meadows clubhouse in Addison. So follow for all the details on opening day. But remember the golf course is already open for play. ______________________________________________________________________

THE GOG BLOG by RORY SPEARS, Director of Content and Creation for Golfers on Golf. Follow Rory on Twitter @GogBlogGuy or LinkedIn/Facebook and Instagram.

John Deere Classic Tournament Director Clair Peterson, spoke with the media this week-via Zoom. Screen shot picture by Rory Spears.

THE JOHN DEERE CLASSIC is almost back. Because tournament week is coming back July 6-11, at TPC Deere Run in Silvis Illinois.

So this past week the tournament held it’s second Zoom call with media members.

The purpose was to announce the classic’s sponsors exemptions, and some of the rules for championship week.


MICHAEL FEAGLES 23, of Scottsdale Arizona. Feagles is now a graduate of the University of Illinois. Feagles helped the Illini win the Big Ten Conference Championship, and reach the final 8 at the NCAA Championships.

TRIPP KINNEY 23, of Waukee Iowa. The Iowa State graduate, played more rounds for the Cyclones, than any other player in school history.

LUKE KLUVER 21, Norfolk Nebraska. Kluver is currently a junior at Kansas. Kluver made it into the U.S. Open sectional qualifying.

WILLIE MACK 32, has won an estimated 65 times on various mini-tours. But his actions to save his clubs from a burning car before it exploded, made him an internet star. Mack played in two west coast PGA Tour events earlier this year.

DAVID PERKINS 23, of Peoria Illinois. Perkins the Illinois State alum, reportedly holds the course record at the ISU D.A. Weibring Golf Course. Perkins got support for this exemption from Weibring, the TPC Deere Run course designer himself.

ALEX SCHAAKE 23, Omaha Nebraska. The Iowa Hawkeye graduate was a two-time Big Ten Golfer of the Year. Schaake won the 2019-2021 Hawkeye Invitational.

But for more information on how the exemption process works, or worked this year. Listen to the recent media session below. Because Covid-19 protocols are still affecting the tournament, listen in to the press conference. Because you need to know, before you go.

SO CLICK HERE to hear this past weeks John Deere Classic Zoom conference. With tournament director Clair Peterson, and JDC staff member Ashley Hansen.

TICKETS ARE now on sale for the John Deere Classic coming up July 8-11. But for more information see


THE ILLINOIS PGA SECTION wins the 59th Radix Cup at the Oak Park Country Club in River Grove, over the Chicago District Amateur Team (CDGA) by a score of 11 to 7.    _____________________________________________________________________

THE GOG BLOG by RORY SPEARS, Director of Content and Creation for Golfers on Golf.

THE RADIX CUP & the Radix Cup players glassware (L)-Scorecard from Oak Park CC.

THE ILLINOIS PGA PROFESSIONALS have retained the cup. The Radix Cup that is, with a 11-7 victory over the Chicago District Golf Associations amateur team.

The Radix Cup is named in honor of the late Harry Radix and Oak Park member, and recent inductee into the Illinois Golf Hall of Fame. But the day started slowly for both teams. Because just before the start of play. A 45 minute lightning delay hung over the historic Donald Ross designed Oak Park Country Club.

But when all six of the matches were complete. The Illinois PGA professionals had increased their lead in the all-time series to 36-20-2.

” I can’t give enough credit to our professionals. They dug deep on the finishing holes of the front nine to get back into it,” said team captain Chris Gumbach (River Forest Country Club). ” But then on the back nine, they turned the matches in our favor, which lead to victory today.”

OAK PARK host golf professional Carson Solien helped earn 2.5 points out of a possible 3, with partner Jim Billiter (Ivanhoe Club). ” It’s always a treat to have my fellow professionals out for this event and host some great amateur players here at Oak Park Country Club” said Solien. “So it’s nice to have all the guys out to show them how great our course is.”

Because there is a possible 3 points per team in each match, both teams can score points. So there is one point available for each nine holes of play. But then another point for winning the entire match.

The match final results were as follows.

MATCH 1, Tied between Frank Hohenadel and fellow Mistwood Golf Club professional Andy Mickelson, against James Morton and Tim Sheppard. 1 1/2 to 1 1/2

MATCH 2 Won by IPGA professionals Curtis Malm (White Eagle) and Travis Johns (Medinah) over John Ramsey and Chadd Slutzky 2 1/2 to 1/2

MATCH 3 Won by CDGA Amateurs Jordan Less and Charlie Nikitas. Over Garrett Chaussard (Skokie CC) and Jeff Kellen (Butler National) 2.1/2 to 1/2.

MATCH 4 Tied between professionals Andrew Godfrey (White Pines GC) and Tim Streng, and Brian Hickey and Mike McCormick. 1 1/2 to 1 1/2.

MATCH 5 Won by CDGA Amateurs Tommy Dunsire and Ethan Farnam. Over Brian Carroll and Chris Green 2 and 1.

MATCH 6 Won by IPGA Professionals Jim Billiter and Carson Solien over CDGA Amateurs Mike Henry and Logan Stauffer 2 and 1.

So with the win the Illinois PGA professionals kept the Radix Cup, won back in 2019. Because the Radix Cup was not held in 2020, due to Covid-19. But over the last 18 years, each side has now won the cup nine times.

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Rory Spears and Len Ziehm in the PGA Village Studios, in Port St. Lucie Florida.

THEY ARE BACK for another week.

ZIEHM & SPEARS Podcast Series 2021-Volume 20.

So this week Len Ziehm and Rory Spears, talk the U.S. Open, and the sad state of U.S. Open press conferences.

Will the TV coverage be good, bad or indifferent.

So what should you get your golfing Dad for Fathers Day. Keep listening because Len has idea’s. What west coast courses should be dumped from U.S. Open consideration.

Len and Rory wrap up the Palmer Cup at Rich Harvest Farms, and discuss the Illinois State Women’s Amateur at Pine Meadow in Mundelein.

CLICK HERE TO HEAR Ziehm & Spears Podcast Series 2021-Volume 20.

SO HEAR more on the Korn Ferry Tour Monday 4-Spot qualifier complete with an on course fight. John Deere Classic Sponsors exemption talk and more. Thanks for listening, Len & Rory.


OPENING SOON-The Preserve at Oak Meadows Clubhouse is almost ready to reopen. So stay tuned to for details on opening day. The golf course is open to play, along with other DuPage County Courses Maple Meadows and Green Meadows.  ______________________________________________________________________

THE GOG BLOG by RORY SPEARS, Director of Content and Creation for Golfers on Golf. Follow Rory on Twitter @GogBlogGuy or connect-LinkedIn/Facebook/Instagram.

ALTWELL PRODUCTS-CBD Health and Wellness options.

PRODUCT Review for Altwell Products by RORY SPEARS.

So when you see U.S. Open players this week taking a spray to their mouth, or chewing on gummies.

It’s likely to be some type of CBD product, which is a quick growing health product for golfers. Both and off the professional tours.

I recently had the chance to try a newer line of CBD products. But from a company not new to the health and wellness industry.

Altwell CBD products are from the same family that created the popular energy drink, Muscle Milk. Something I drink every day and recommend. Because all three flavors including Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry’s N’Creme are very good.

The Altwell Gummies.

The Altwell Products I got to test came in lemon tasting flavors. But Tropical and Yuzu flavors were part of the great tasting gummies I received.

With gummies you should be prepared to enjoy a better nights sleep. Which is exactly what I got.

Because whether it was the gummies, the Tincture, or the softgells, during the time I was testing these products I enjoyed a deeper more relaxing sleep. But if there was a minor drawback, it would be that I was in no hurry to get out of bed in the morning, because I was so relaxed.

Altwell Lemon-flavored tincture.

TINCTURE WHILE it might be helpful for your body, it doesn’t always taste very good when you squirt it under your tongue.

Which is why more companies that create CDB products, are working hard to create better tasting Tincture. So the Lemon flavored Tincture I tried, was the best tasting Tincture I have tried yet.

I tested the Balance Soft Gels and they were helpful in getting the day going. Mix them with Muscle Milk for energy you can use as you work into your agenda for the day.

THE ALTWELL Sports Stick with CBD was the one product that did not help me as much as I hoped it would. But while it did provide some relief after a long work out on the driving range. I had hoped for better. I did have more success with other CBD balms I had used on arms and shoulders.

But do remember that your body will react to these types of products differently. From great success to no effect. Brand to brand you could feel a different level of success.

While looking at the Altwell products website, I found a plant-based protein mix that you can add to your shakes. I didn’t not get to sample that mix. But I hope to in the future. When you order CBD products from Altwell, you have options on whether to pick products for Balance or for Better Sleep. Decide what your needs are before you order.

The website has an area that is great for explaining any questions you might have, and you should research if your new to ordering these types of products.

Learn more at and begin to make your body feel better, during the day, or when you go to sleep at night.


OPENING SOON ! THE NEW CLUBHOUSE at the Preserve at Oak Meadows in Addison. So follow for details on opening day. The golf course is open. _____________________________________________________________________

IT’S Almost time for a cold one at the Preserve at Oak Meadows Club House-that will open soon. The Gog Blog by Rory Spears, Director of Content and creation for Golfers on Golf. Follow Rory on Twitter @GogBlogGuy or connect on LinkedIn/Facebook/Instagram.

WHAT A DAY yesterday at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, for the final round of the Arnold Palmer Cup.

BECAUSE TEAM USA came up with a 33-27 win over the International Team. But both teams played some great golf.

So for Team USA, it’s some good payback for the blasting they took, at the hands of The International Team last year.

IT’S THE BEST GOLF EVENT that almost nobody saw. Because of the poor Covid restrictions that were placed on the event, that kept most of the fans away. The restrictions were basically lifted at the very last minute, when it was really too late to lift them.

OR MAYBE, should have at least a dozen or more players have lifted their arm and got a vaccination before coming to town. So Covid-19 wasn’t a factor that TPC organizers would not have to had to, worry about.

CONGRATS to the two MVP’s from Team USA. First to Brook Matthews from Arkansas,  Matthews the University of Arkansas women’s golf team member, earned an exemption into the Evian Championship. But even more-so to Sam Bennett from Texas and member of the Texas-Am golf team.

Because Bennett made the trip north from his small home town of Madisonville Texas, getting on the plane only hours after his father passed away. Bennett telling me that only after his entire family told him go play, and that’s what his dad would have wanted, Bennett did just that. His courage and play earned him a trip to the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill next March. Bennett will return to Illinois next month to play in the Western Amateur at The Glen View Club. He made final 8 in the Western Amateur last year at Crooked Stick, and is looking to go further this year.

CLICK HERE TO HEAR my interviews with Brooke Matthews and Sam Bennett.

Rich Harvest Farms owner Jerry Rich with the Arnold Palmer Cup.

IN 2015 Rich Harvest Farms hosted The Palmer Cup.

But this year, The Arnold Palmer Cup as it’s now called made it’s second trip to Rich Harvest Farms.

SO… could there be a third trip to Rich Harvest Farms for the APC.

ACTUALLY YES !, the next APC that has an open date is 2026. Jerry Rich tells me he is open to hosting again in 2026. That would make quite a year here in town. The best amateur players here in June, the best professionals here in September when Medinah Country Club host’s the Presidents Cup.

AUTOGRAPH’S AND MEDIA ACCESS. The two area’s that are lacking at sporting events, especially Major League Baseball (MLB) and the PGA Tour.

I’m not going out on a limb here when I say, if there was two things that players or athletes hate the most about their job, it’s signing autographs, and having to deal with a large amount of media.

SO what are two things lagging behind as sports slowly starts to reopen from the Covid-19 pandemic. Media access and signs up saying that players are not allowed to sign autographs. In my opinion this is not a coinsidence. Because with nearly 40,000 a day in Wrigley all weekend long, and the White Sox cleared for next week to have almost as many fans in the stands.

There should be no problem by now speaking with vaccinated reporters. By July 1st the autograph mandate can go as well. Because it’s time to do more than just say on Zoom, how happy you are to have the fans back in the park or on the course.

SO IT’S U.S. Open week-live from Torrey Pines. Who do you like. Bryson ‘The Bomber’ DeChambeau the defending champion, or someone else.

PERSONALLY I took a flyer in Las Vegas back in February on Dustin Johnson, when you could get him at 12-1 odds. DJ plays well in California, so lets see what happens.

WHAT I DO think is that USGA needs to find some different courses for California based U.S. Opens. Sure the ocean alongside the course is nice, looks great on TV as well. But Torrey Pines and Pebble Beach are PGA Tour stops, if you want the U.S. Open on the west coast, there plenty of other places to go than courses used every year as a tour stop. Which is why the Olympic Club works well for a U.S. Open.

NOW HOW BAD will the TV coverage be this week. Maybe Saturday Night Live will come on before the 3rd Round ends on Saturday. Will NBC spend the whole broadcast talking about Tiger Woods, because he won at Torrey in a playoff there 13 years ago. It’s great history yes. But a steady diet of this, is not what the viewers are looking for.

PINE MEADOW in Mundelein hosts the Illinois State Women’s Amateur the next three days. Thursday afternoon Oak Park Country Club hosts the Radix Cup matches-that pit the Illinois PGA professionals vs the Chicago District Golf Associations top amateur players. The Radix Cup is a great 1 day event, and after having to take last year off because of the pandemic. It’s nice to see both of these events return.

THE GOG BLOG returns all week. RS


THE PRESERVE AT OAK MEADOWS in Addison is getting ready to open it’s new clubhouse. Stay tuned to for details on opening day. But the course is open for play, in addition to Maple Meadows and Green Meadows-come out and golf.     _____________________________________________________________________

THE GOG BLOG by RORY SPEARS, Director of Content and Creation for Golfers on Golf. Follow Rory on Twitter @GogBlogGuy or LinkedIn/Facebook or Instagram.

THE ARNOLD PALMER CUP at Rich Harvest Farms.

THE ARNOLD PALMER CUP heads into it’s final day, with the USA leading the International Team 20-16.

Because rain stopped play yesterday, things wrapped up late. But the play is back on schedule this morning.

NORHTBROOK’S Nick Hardy is flying higher up the leader board in this weeks Korn Ferry Tour stop. Because Hardy shot a 7 under par 64, and sits in 3rd place heading into todays final round.

The future venue in North Charleston will be a similar design as Topgolf Buford (Georgia), which is featured in this photo.

DALLAS BASED-Topgolf is expanding once again.

Because a new Topgolf is ready to begin construction in Charleston South Carolina, in early 2022 and open later in the year.

The Charleston location will be the third location in the state of South Carolina.

Topgolf has three locations in Illinois, including Wood Dale, Naperville and Schaumburg. So for more information see

FAMILY GOLF WEEK will have it’s 24th annual Father & Son golf classic/Parent Child golf event from July 15-17. The tournament is spread out over 8 Myrtle Beach golf courses. Former Golf Channel anchor Kelly Tilghman was named Mother of the Year by FGW. Tilghman and her 9 year old daughter will attend the tournament.

THE MYRTLE BEACH WORLD AMATEUR is setting records for sign ups for this years event. Because recent years have seen the average around 3,300 golfers. This year the number has exceeded 3,300 and you can sign up through August 5th, for the August 30th through September 5th championship. But better news is that the tournament’s World’s Largest 19th Hole will reopen this year. Details

LEN ZIEHM of has posted a recap of the new book-The Best Seat in the House. By Jack Nicklaus II, with writer Don Yaeger, which covers his look at his Father’s career in golf. Nicklaus II caddied for dad, and was on the bag for Jack’s famous Masters win in 1986.

JANEANN LANNING has joined Honma Golf America as it’s COO. Lanning comes over to Honma after 20 years at Bridgestone Golf.

THE LINKS COURSE at Lawsonia in Green Lake Wisconsin, has been named to host the 2021 Wisconsin Women’s State Open on June 15-16. Lawsonia is open for the public play, and is part of multiple Top 100 lists, by various national golf publications. But Lawsonia’s second course, the Woodlands has reopened from renovation. So learn more at

VOLVIK GOLF BALLS are offering a special Fathers Day promotion of it’s VIVIK Golf Balls, the #1 Matte styled golf ball on the market. Two dozen balls for just $55.00 dollars, so visit for more information.

TIM SHEPPARD of Peoria defeated John Vernasco 4 & 3 to win the 2021 CDGA Senior Amateur at the Merit Club in Libertyville. But for a full recap, see more at

PITCH FIX an award winning leader in golf green repair tools, has joined into a three year partnership with the Confederation of Professional Golf (CPG). The partnership will help with promoting education of how to keep greens in better shape. So get more details at

THE GOG BLOG SPEAKS OUT-returns tomorrow. RS


  DUPAGE GOLF DIRECTOR ED STEVENSON (L) shows off the bar area of the brand new Preserve at Oak Meadows Clubhouse opening soon. Complete with taps from brews made in DuPage County. (R) Men’s locker room is ready for business. Learn more about when opening day-Could Be-follow The course is open.     ____________________________________________________________________

RORY SPEARS in the WCPT Am 820 Studios-Chicago. Golfers on Golf Radio 4 Pm-For now- Saturdays.

GOLFERS ON GOLF RADIO Week 9 today, with a tee-time of 4 PM on WCPT AM 820.

This week Rory Spears and Bill Berger bring you the best in Chicago area golf.

First on the tee joining us live is Shane McCassy the new President and CEO of Altwell Products. Makers of the hottest new CBD products on the market.

Learn more about why more golfers and athletes of all sports are turning to CBD products for a better lifestyle.

DIRECTOR OF GOLF from Kohler Company Michael O’Reilly gets a mulligan, and will join us this week to discuss the new “Baths” 10-hole par 3 course at Blackwolf run in Kohler.

WE WILL HEAR FROM Len Ziehm and John Deere Classic Champion Dylan Frittelli during the show. All this and more on this weeks edition of Golfers on Golf Radio.

Golfers on Golf radio is on the tee at 4 PM on WPCT AM 820. But you can also listen live on line at So need more, how about watching the show on the WCPT Facebook page.

SO IF YOUR OUT on the golf course or the range bring along your phone and use the Tune-In radio APP, just go to search WCPT 820. IF YOU Actually miss the show, you get a mulligan by tuning into Then scroll down to the podcast of the show.

The only award winning golf radio show in Chicago. Golfers on Golf radio in it’s 31st season. Today at 4 Pm. But thanks for listening, Ed, Stevenson, Bill Berger, Rory Spears and Len Ziehm.