Michael’s press parade leading up to the PGA Championship continues in Golf Digest. This great read, among other things, gives awesome insight into Michael’s relationship with son Dylan, whose quick caddie thinking in qualifying saved Michael’s appearance in the PGA.
“For six years, it’s been my goal to play in it,” Michael said. “Dylan is the reason I’m going to the PGA Championship.”
Michael Block’s media march toward St. Louis and the PGA Championship continues with this video feature on Road to the 100th PGA Championship. What great attention Michael and his story are receiving!
There will also be more air time for Michael during PGA Championship week at Bellerive CC next week. He’ll be appearing on The Golf Channel’s Morning Drive on Tues. at 6:40 a.m. and he’ll also have a taped lesson piece air during coverage of the tournament.
Michael has also cut a series of videos about the course and his preparation that will air on Arroyo Trabuco’s Facebook page next week.
Congrats to Michael for all the well-deserved recognition and best of luck to him at Bellerive! You can catch all the action from St. Louis with us at O’Neill’s Bar & Grill!
Playing any major is special, especially when you’re not a member of the PGA Tour, but the 2018 PGA Championship will be especially so for Arroyo Trabuco’s Michael Block.
Michael will be teeing it up in his hometown when play at the PGA at Bellerive CC begins on Aug. 9th. Michael is a graduate of St. Louis’ Parkway Central High School. In this excellent TV piece, St. Louis’ KSDK TV previews Michael’s appearance at the PGA, including the remarkable circumstances of him qualifying, and interviews Michael as he visits his alma mater and Bellerive, which is four minutes away from Parkway Central.
Check it out!
If watching this great video got you in the mood for hitting the course, book a round at Arroyo Trabuco!
Maybe come by during the PGA Championship and stick around to watch the tournament action in O’Neill’s Bar & Grill.
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