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I make one birdie and I tie him, the next one I’m going to beat him. We closed those guys out on 13 or 14…and they said, “Let’s finish up, you’re going to break Arnold’s record.” And I said, “No, we’re going to have a beer.” Bob Ford

He’s watched Ben Hogan write checks to settle debts, walked off Arnie’s home course rather than breaking the King’s record and ran the merchandise tent at Oakmont while playing in the ‘83 U.S. Open. Bob Ford’s legendary career in golf continues today: He’s the head professional at Seminole Golf Club. Host Tom Coyne tries to keep a straight face as Ford regales him with tales from 40 unforgettable years in the game.