Bruce Devlin at work during a recent airing of Fore the Good of the Game. Photo: Courtesy Bruce Devlin
Bruce Devlin sits in front of a computer in the den of his Weatherford, Texas, home, headphones covering his ears. “(Lee Trevino) is the only professional golfer who has ever put me to bed,” says Devlin. “Many times,” adds Trevino with a laugh, speaking by iPhone from his home in Dallas.
After a few tales of misspent youth, the two vibrant octogenarians, along with podcast co-host Mike Gonzalez (joining from his home in Beaufort, South Carolina), turn to the topic of the shot-making abilities of Trevino, Ben Hogan, and Sam Snead, and then to Trevino’s life.
The interview with Trevino is part of an ambitious project spearheaded by Devlin and Gonzalez (a 66-year-old retired businessman and golf enthusiast), called Fore the Good of the Game. “We have a mission to interview all members of the World Golf Hall of Fame, men and women and o...
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