4 Deep Golf’s Joel Harrington Talks Derek Ernst, Players Championship, Hall of Fame [AUDIO]
The golf world is still buzzing about the performance of PGA Tour unknown Derek Ernst at last weekend's Wells Fargo Championship. Ernst, the 1,207th best player in the world, got a last minute call to play in the event, and he ended up winning in a playoff.
4 Deep Golf Blog's Joel Harrington talked with ESPN 99.1's Jeff Harkness about the improbable win.
Also last weekend, O'Gorman High School junior Max Donohue shot a 4-under 68 at Prairie Green in Sioux Falls to grab one of three qualifying spots for a U.S. Open sectional qualifier in June.
As for this year's Open, it will be played at Merion Golf Club in Pennsylvania next month, and the course will have a different look. At each hole, Merion will have wicker baskets, instead of flags, a top the sticks. So what's the story behind the baskets?
Coming up this week, it's the PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Florida. So who are Joel's favorites in this one?
Also making news this week, the 2013 class of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Among the inductees: Fred Couples, Ken Venturi, and Colin Montgomerie, who goes into the hall despite never winning a major championship.