Fred AlbersPrior to his work on SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio, Fred spent more than 20 years covering and broadcasting tournament golf, as well as caddying in U.S. and British Opens. His wife, Kristi Albers, is a LPGA Tour veteran and champion.
Doug BellWith a wide range of experience (play-by-play announcer, studio host, reporter and producer) covering various sports (basketball, football, and golf) for numerous networks (ESPN, FOX and regional cable), Bell brings a wealth of broadcasting knowledge to SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio.
Mark CarnevaleWinner of both the Chattanooga Classic and PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year in 1992, Mark Carnevale covered the PGA TOUR for ESPN and the Golf Channel and served as tournament director of the Virginia Beach Open and Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn before joining SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio as an analyst.
Ben Crenshaw grew up in Austin, Texas and was mentored by the legendary golf instructor Harvey Penick. After winning dozens of amateur championships, including two national championships and 3 individual NCAA titles at the University of Texas, Ben Crenshaw began his PGA Tour career in 1973 by winning his first event,. Over the last 30+ years, Ben has won 23 events worldwide, including the 1988 World Cup and two Masters, played at his favorite course, Augusta National. In 1999, Ben captained the United States Ryder Cup to victory at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass which was the largest final day deficit ever overcome to win the Cup.
Earl ForceyPrior to joining SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio as a weekly host for live tournament coverage, Earl was a talk show host at all-sports WTEM Radio in Washington, D.C., and hosted a nationally syndicated weekend show for One-on-One Sports Radio Network in Chicago. In addition, Earl has been a longtime contributor to Westwood One's wide ranging sports coverage as well as anchoring Westwood One’s exclusive coverage from the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
Brian KatrekBrian hosted, provided analysis, and reported on-course for Inside the PGA TOUR on the Golf Channel, This is the PGA Tour on Fox Sports Net, CBS Radio/Westwood One, and SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio. A scratch golfer, Brian has caddied on the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour, and LPGA Tour.
John MaginnesFollowing nearly a decade as a member of the PGA TOUR, John Maginnes joined USA Network as an on-course reporter. In addition to his accomplishments on the PGA TOUR, Maginnes was a three-time winner on the Nationwide Tour before joining SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio as an analyst.
Carl PaulsonAn SEC Player of the Year, Carl graduated from PGA TOUR Q-School in 1994 and joined the PGA TOUR a year later, winning twice on the Nationwide Tour. Carl won the Nationwide Player of the Year, the Utah Classic and the Boise Open in 1990, and finished second at the 2000 Tampa Bay Classic.
Jim McLean is the 1994 PGA National Teacher of the Year. He is the owner of the Jim McLean Golf Schools which include: Trump National Resort in Doral, Florida, The Jim McLean Golf Center in Ft. Worth, Texas, Red Ledges in Herber City, Utah, Sun Ridge Canyon in Scottsdale, Arizona, Golf Santander in Madrid, Spain, Mayakoba Resort in Cancun, Mexico, Casa de Campo in La Romana, Dominican Republic, Miami Beach Golf Club in Miami Beach, FL, and the newest edition is the Jim McLean Golf Center in Jupiter, FL.
Dennis PaulsonDennis was a member of the PGA TOUR for 10 years. Along with defeating David Duval to win the 2000 Buick Classic in a playoff, he won on the Asian Tour and the Nationwide Tour.
Larry is considered by his peers to be one of the game’s best short-game coaches. His run on the PGA TOUR included 525 starts with a win at the J.C. Penney Classic, and leading the Tour in putting. He has played in every major championship (15) and has over 700 hours as an analyst and on-course correspondent for SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio.
Bill RosinskiBill currently works as an on-course commentator for SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio and also for ESPN Radio as its lead college football and college basketball commentator in the golf off season. Before taking the job at ESPN Radio in 2009, Rosinski had spent the last four seasons calling National Football League games for Westwood One radio.
Jeff is the Director of Golf at The Bridge, located in Bridgehampton, New York, on Long Island's prestigious East End. He previously was Jim McLean's Director of Instruction at Sleepy Hollow CC in New York, as well as a Lead Instructor at McLean's school at Doral. Prior to coming to The Bridge, Jeff was the Director of Instruction at The Atlantic Golf Club, and was named to GOLF Magazine's inaugural Top 100 Teachers list.