Josh Koch, a world-ranked long driver, joins "Course of Life" co-host Alex Lauzon to talk about life on the World Long Drive circuit and also shares some of his secrets to "hitting bombs." But the show begins with Sergio Garcia, who came out of nowhere to claim victory on the PGA Tour at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Meanwhile, there were monsoon conditions Saturday at the European Tour's Scottish Open, and the LPGA's Mel Reid responded to Twitter's prediction that she'd choke in the ShopRite LPGA Classic by going out and winning it.
Lauzon looks ahead to this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, and predicts that the 'rona may rear its head again.
October is upon us, and that means Halloween movies are featured in this week's "Tuned In" segment. And did we forget we had a presidential debate last week? Lauzon and co-host Michael Russell break it down.
College football rolls on, and Lauzon cashes in. Meanwhile in the NFL, Lauzon's Patriots get some bad news, and Russell's Giants continue to stink it up. But Russell's Yankees move on in this extended MLB postseason.
As the guys #AlwaysEndWithFood, and Russell gloats about his recent successful baking adventures.
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