Roy Williams Shares His Role in Getting Michael Jordan Into Golf


loves golf. It is a huge part of his life and a way that he has continued to connect with players he has coached, former coaches, and friends throughout his life. In a phone call with PGATour.com, Williams shared that he was one of the first people to get onto the driving range. Jordan now plays three or four times per week. (Inside Carolina)

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Roy Williams Shares His Role in Getting Michael Jordan Into Golf


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