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Jordan and Tiger and Jack — Oh My!

Jordan Spieth is the greatest golfer of our day. Last Sunday, he had an epic meltdown at the Masters (where he was defending champion). Then he charged back bravely — but came up short.

I discuss this on my Q&A podcast with Mark Farrell — who’s a pro golfer, teacher, and analyst. Mark’s an old friend of mine, and a joy. We “workshop” Jordan and the Masters. (That’s some Farrell lingo.) Then we workshop, or at least discuss, some other matters: such as Rory, Bubba, Jack, and Tiger. And Caddyshack.

Try it, you’ll like it. “Air” Farrell is a legend to those who know him, and a natural performer, on the golf course and elsewhere.

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