Look past the call-girl cards that litter the street like confetti at Times Square on New Years, or the erotic billboards on the sides of trucks going down the neon-lit Strip, and you’ll see Las Vegas in its grace. You’ll see the fountains in front of the Bellagio dancing beneath the dry, Nevada sky, or the city calling your name as you look at it atop the Stratosphere, wooing you from below into an evening that never ends, where the casinos make promises and the liquor makes you believe them. Las Vegas, frankly, has to be the most freeing city there is. The energy provides an escape, like a tunnel, through your mountains of worries. Walk the Strip, ignore the nudity, get lost in the lights, and it all feels very divine. Down the Strip, across the Las Vegas Freeway, towering high above the surrounding bars, clubs, and tattoo parlors, Read More
A glimpse into the mind of the 2012 U.S. Open champion, Webb Simpson…
Webb Simpson had fallen into a trap, a spiritual and psychological snare.
As he stood on the putting green before the final round of the 2011 Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, NC—with a two-stroke lead, still winless on the PGA Tour with an opportunity to earn his first victory close to his hometown of Raleigh—he still had one foot stuck in the snare… Continue reading
The NY Times has a nice story on Bubba Watson dealing with his sudden fame since winning The Masters.
The story talks about Bubba and his wife’s adoption of Caleb, his recent charity event Bubba Bash (catered by Waffle House), and his unique golf swing.
Today on the show:
Scott Lehman from In His Grip Golf joins us to discuss faith, golf, the Masters, and Tiger Woods.
-Hear Scott’s testimony and why he started In His Grip Golf.
-Scott tells us about caddying for Zach Johnson and then connecting with him this week.
-Scott gives us some stories about Tuesday at the Masters.
-Find out what Scott thinks about Tiger Woods and how Scott is praying for him.