The Garden Island balances the preservation of its past with the sustainability of its future
Our Masters week coverage continues as Geoff Ogilvy rejoins the Fire Drill podcast to talk Tiger, conquering pre-tournament jitters and whom he thinks will prevail. Co-hosts Alan Shipnuck and Matt Ginella share tales of jousting with the green jackets and reflect on how much the Masters media landscape has changed.
At Fire Pit Collective, when we form a partnership, it’s always with a brand we use or believe in, and we’re always going to provide additional insight into the history and passion behind their product. Bag Boy and Dynamic Brands were one of the first in on what we’re trying to accomplish with our various platforms and strategies to our storytelling. We appreciate their support and their pushcarts.
Kenny Harms has spent three decades as a professional caddie, working for everyone from Hale Irwin to Ray Floyd to Hubert Green. This boyhood wrestler has spent the last 13 years grappling with Kevin Na’s assorted demons, helping to turn the flighty veteran into a consistent winner. Take a ride down memory lane with Harms as he recounts his journey between the ropes, which culminated in a very special present from Na after they won the 2019 Colonial.
For all the people from Chicago, who, upon hearing the name Canal Shores are inspired to say, “I grew up playing there,” the 103-year-old iconic fixture and fun zone that’s wedged between Evanston and Wilmette, and 10 miles north of Wrigley Field, is finally getting some much-needed resources and support.