Brian Gay, like Stewart Cink and Sergio Garcia earlier this season, proves that the 40-something guys should not be counted out
Brian Gay shows the Grill Room guys that a 48-year-old player of modest driving length can win on the PGA Tour, despite so much emphasis on distance. “It’s a unique mix of older guys that have won,” co-host Jay Randolph Jr. after Gay's victory at the Bermuda Championship, noting 40-somethings Stewart Cink and Sergio Garcia, who won recently. Co-host Bob Bubka points out some of the perks that come with the victory for Gay. Bubka and Randolph also discuss Will Zalatoris’ new outlook for the PGA Tour. Then, the co-hosts look ahead to this week’s Houston Open at Memorial Park and the history behind the municipal course before next week’s Masters.
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