CHARLOTTE — It may be offseason in the NBA, but Andre Iguodala was a busy man on Friday at the PGA Championship. Iguodala spent the day working for Turner Sports, hosting a series of Facebook Live videos, appearing in TNT’s booth, and even getting some golf tips from renowned instructor Michael Breed, all in an effort to introduce a new audience to the game of golf. For The Win was lucky enough to get a few minutes with Iguodala in-between shifts, so we picked his mind with a few golf-related questions. On Quail Hollow: “The course is kicking ass. It’s long, they’ve made some really cool changes. The green is crazy on the par-3 fourth, guys have been struggling on that one all day. I’ve seen
Some, like champion apprentice Josephine Gordon, found it "a bit offensive" and others in her position who would consider themselves the equal of their male counterparts - think Nina Carberry and Katie Walsh in Ireland - will no doubt feel the same.
Eikenhof - Currently ninth on the European Tour's Race to Dubai and enjoying a healthy spell on the greens, Jaco van Zyl hopes his putter will be on song when he defends his Eye of Africa PGA Championship title at the Eye of Africa Signature Golf Course on Thursday.