Paul Azinger owns a dozen PGA Tour victories, including the 1993 PGA
Championship, but there's no doubt his legacy is an accomplishment that
occurred without hitting a single shot.
He will forever be
remembered as captain of the United States Ryder Cup team two years ago,
guiding the red, white and blue to its first win in the biennial
competition since 1999.
When Paul Azinger captained the United States to victory at the 2008
Ryder Cup, he did it on his terms. In his new book, Cracking the Code,
Azinger reveals the key pieces of his scrupulous strategy, from team
building, to tough talk, to who exactly determined his captain's picks
(hint: not Zinger).
Listen to Paul Azinger as he'll be a guest on The Back Nine, Saturday June 5th on 101.1 ESPN.
Also joining the show on June 5th is Michael Whan, LPGA Commissioner to discuss the state of the LPGA Tour and the upcoming LPGA State Farm Classic.