Our Team

Jay Betsill is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. He has covered golf for over eight years, highlighted by annual on-site coverage of the Dean and DeLuca Invitational at Colonial Country Club, AT&T Byron Nelson at TPC Four Seasons in Las Colinas, Shell Houston Open at The Golf Club of Houston, Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio and the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play at Austin Country Club. Jay also covered the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National in Edmond, Oklahoma that was won by Colin Montgomerie. Jay attended his first PGA Tour event in 1997, watching Tiger Woods blitz the field at the Byron Nelson at the onset of Tigermania. After witnessing Tiger in action and experiencing the atmosphere and pageantry surrounding the event, Jay instantly knew he wanted to be a part it all. Since couldn't shoot 29 on the front nine of Cottonwood Valley (as Tiger did that year), he decided follow the proverb of "Those who can, do. Those who can't, write about it." You can follow him @TheFamousJay on Twitter and Instagram.

T.J. Rives has been in sports radio and television broadcasting for over 25 years. Based in Florida, his golf background includes, having hosted the weekday golf morning program “Playing Thru” on the PGA Tour Network on Sirius/XM from 2008-2010. Rives has also called live radio play by play for the last seven years on Sirius XM and PGATour.com of their golf coverage including the U.S. Open, The Players Championship, The Dell Matchplay and the Fed Ex Cup ending Tour Championship. An avid follower of the game, Rives brings insight, wit and passion to FRS.Golf

Paul Stewart has covered sports for a wide range of television and radio networks on both sides of the Atlantic for over 30 years and writes about the European Tour for this site. A 5-handicapper, he has played all of the Open venues in the United Kingdom as well as the likes of The Belfry, Wentworth and Sunningdale and posted a 77 the last time he ventured on to the links of the Old Course St.Andrews. Residing just outside London, he is a former Course record holder and the only three-time Club Champion in the history of Sunbury Golf Club.

As a junior golfer who wanted to be a broadcaster, Will plugged away as a club professional after college to afford his broadcasting hobby. Based in Indianapolis, he got his break in golf with the NCAA golf championships, starting as the lead anchor for the coverage in 2008. He's been a voice on PGA Tour Radio coverage since 2013 and has also broadcast the Masters, Players Championship and PGA Championship. He's also called 13 different championship sports and writes for a number of clients, all while chasing the little white ball.

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Tom played golf at The University of Tampa. After college, he went on to play many of the mini-tours for 7 years, including the Hooters, Canadian & South American Tours. Tom then took a hiatus to work for the Tampa Bay Lightning and for the PGA Tour’s Chrysler Championship. After leaving that post, he went back to playing full-time and played the Tar Heel and Web.com tours. Now he currently owns a Corporate golf event consulting business and is on staff with TaylorMade Adidas golf.

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