If you’re looking to hear the latest PGA Tour news, golf product reviews, tips from the pros, fitness ideas to improve your game or more about the game of golf, you’ve come to the right place!
With your hosts Jordan Young and Brian Cairns, you’ll be sure to get your golf fix every Sunday at 8 p.m.
Jordan Young is the Director of Golf Instruction at the Fox Hills Learning Center and Assistant Golf Coach for Eastern Michigan University. He’s also the 2012 Michigan PGA Teaching Pro of the Year, 2013 National PGA Award Winner for Player Development, and 2013 Golf Digest List of Top Teaching Pros in Michigan. Jordan earned a full athletic scholarship to attend Eastern Michigan University. While at EMU, Jordan won medalist honors at several NCAA D1 events. He was a two year captain and was named Second Team ALL-MAC in 1994.
PGA Hall of Fame (2016), PGA Club Professional Championship (1997, 1999, 2001 2003-2008, 2010-2017), Michigan PGA Junior Golf Leader (2011), Senior PGA Professional Player of the Year (2015), Michigan PGA Player of the Year (2000, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015), Michigan PGA Champion (1996, 2000, 2013), Michigan PGA Match Play Champion (1997, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014), PGA Championship (Atlanta Athletic Club 2012, Kiawah Island 2013, Whistling Straits 2015), National PGA of America Top Ten Player of the Year (2000 2012, 2013), Champions Tour Member (2014), Maxfli National Player of the Year (2000), PGA Coach/Instructor.
Jeff Goble was named Michigan PGA Teacher of the Year in 2016 and voted one of Golf Digest’s Top Teachers in Michigan for the last 14 years. Jeff’s continuing education in golf fitness, technology, and equipment along with 30 plus years of teaching experience gained at the Rick Smith Golf Academy Treetops in Gaylord, MI and Naples, FL gives him a well-rounded perspective. Jeff is currently working at the Fox Hills Performance Center in Plymouth, MI.
Craig DeLeon is the Corporate Director of Health, Fitness, and Wellness at the Detroit Medical Center, based out of the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (RIM). Craig has over fifteen years of experience in the health and wellness field while spending the last ten years at DMC. His primary role includes directing the outpatient cardiac rehab program at RIM and to develop, implement, and evaluate programs to benefit the health and well-being for employees, patients, and the surrounding communities that the DMC is a part of thru sports medicine and sports performance. Craig takes particular interest in placing the right mix of staff and programming in place to positively impact large groups of people. Craig has also worked with Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler on corporate fitness programming. An avid golfer and athlete, Craig attended Northern Michigan University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Fitness Management while lettering three times on the football field for the Wildcats.