April 28, 2012 - 7:34pm
Fred Cowgill has covered Louisville sports for 26 years. So what was he describing when he said, "It was one of the most special moments of my life, and the biggest story of my career"?
Fred Cowgill is WLKY-32’s sports director and he has been covering Louisville sports for 26 years. He’s witnessed 25 Kentucky Derbys, eight Breeders Cups, two PGA Championships and 13 Final Fours, including the most recent one, in New Orleans. So how did he rate that UofL–UK...
October 6, 2011 - 9:00am
Frank (Fuzzy) Zoeller has certainly made a name for himself in the golf world, because of that he's the focus of this Sports legend of the Ville segment.
Frank Zoeller Jr. might just be the most affable man ever to join the PGA. A polar opposite to the fastidious upper class golfer stereotype, Zoeller acts more as an “everyman” on the course than a professional athlete. Indeed, his light-hearted play makes his nickname “Fuzzy...
August 31, 2011 - 9:00am
Professional golf seems to hinge around the mythological name of Valhalla in the city of Louisville today. But how did that happen?
In 1986 Bob Tway won the PGA Championship tournament but in the city of Louisville for golf enthusiasts Tway wasn’t the biggest name, it was however, businessman Dwight Gahm.Gahm, in conjunction with his sons, had finally realized a dream. A dream of building a top notch golf course in the...
May 30, 2011 - 8:17am
Sunday saw the conclusion of the 72nd Senior PGA championship, and in a tournament that's been unpredictable to say the least the finale didn't disappoint.
Tom Watson was crowned the winner of the 72nd annual Senior PGA championship at Valhalla Sunday afternoon to a huge crowd.
May 28, 2011 - 5:00am
Today marks the third day of the 72nd Senior PGA championship, and in a tournament marked by unpredictable weather and upsets, this third round is sure to be exciting.
Once again later rounds of play were postponed in the 72nd annual Senior PGA at Valhalla on Friday night. None the less, there was plenty of golf to satiate even the most ardent fan and going into the championship rounds, beginning Saturday morning the leader board has seen its share of shifting.