Designed in 1992 by golf architect Dick Nugent, The Fortress reflects characteristics of golf’s early Scottish origins. The Fortress encompasses 6,813 yards of formidable play on an 18-hole, par 72 course.
We lead off with a major announcement regarding the show. The “To Boot” movement adds another layer and a very cool conversation between Chris Vosters and former Tigers outfielder Daniel Fields.
Director of Operations, Head Golf Professional and PGA Member Jon Conklin spends some time with our Jay Arons as he describes the conditions at Bucks Run in Mt. Pleasant.
He was a big part of the Loons snapping their losing streak on Sunday. When you go 2-for-3 with a triple and home run, you get to talk with Brad Tunney.
How will the Tigers look after a tough month of June? Is a simple head nod acceptable as a greeting? And another new guest to the podcast with CMU’s Adam Jaksa joining the show.
In a time when they needed some big strikeouts, Alex Hermeling did just to give the Loons the chance to win before heading to extras and falling to the Lake County Captains.
Now promoted to the High-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, the former Loons infielder spent some time with Brad Tunney outside the Loons clubhouse.
Following the Loons loss, the catcher talks about what he saw at the plate and what Victor Gonzalez was able to do on the mound in his quality start.
The left-hander turned in a quality start for the Loons against the red-hot West Michigan Whitecaps. He talks about his start outside the clubhouse with ESPN 100.9-FM’s Brad Tunney.
With the Loons out of town, the crew takes a break from all the baseball talk and spends some time on football. And a first-time guest joins the show.