Who would have thought one of the most effective tools in the fight against breast cancer would be a golf club? Meet the life-changing and saving volunteers of Women Playing For T.I.M.E.
Olympian Rowdy Gaines hosts the upcoming 60-minute program produced by Growing Bolder — highlighting men and women who pursue active, competitive and healthy lives through masters sports.
It’s one of the most difficult feats in golf — shooting your age. Leo Luken has done it 815 times (and that number goes up all the time!), starting from the ripe old age of 71. Now 92, Luken says he’s driven from within.
He’s a character, on the links and off. But he’s also one of the hardest working people in the industry. Or, in his case — industries. Golf, entertainment, business and more. Take :60 and meet Jay Golden.
Andrea Eliscu is a loving grandmother and successful businesswoman who volunteers her time, talents, and heart to make her community a better place. Now she’s been nominated for the prestigious L’Oreal Women of Worth National Award.
Fact and fiction collide in this fascinating look at one of the most unusual success stories in business history! John O’Hurley helped J. Peterman buy his own company back.
Tiger Woods’ messy love life has spawned 1,000 jokes and late-night skits. And musician Golf Brooks knows a good punchline when he sees one, so he’s composed his own tribute to the fender bender heard ’round the world.
Women Playing For T.I.M.E. is more than a fundraising group — it’s an organization that changes lives and saves lives. See for yourself just how special this organization is.
Is your grip ruining your golf game? PGA Tour member Jay Golden teaches you the proper way to hold your club so that you can feel comfortably strong on the course.
Just when you think Women Playing For T.I.M.E. couldn’t possibly make their life-saving tournaments any more fun, one of the greatest golfers ever shows up. Don’t call her the Tiger Woods of women’s golf. He’s the Annika Sorenstam of men’s golf.