Brandel Chamblee, Bailey Mosier Married In Arizona Friday

Bailey Mosier

Most people know Brandel Chamblee as the guy with great hair who talks about Tiger Woods and other golf stars as an analyst for the Golf Channel. But the former PGA Tour player is now a husband, too.

Chamblee and Bailey Mosier married on Friday at the Arizona Country Club in Phoenix. Mosier is a reporter on Golf Channel’s Morning Drive, and she was also featured in GOLF’s Most Beautiful Women in Golf in 2016. You can view her photos from the shoot here.

Congrats to the couple; and may their life together bring them many birdies.

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Hank Haney Backs Tiger, Phil as Future Ryder Cup Captains

tiger_philBrandel Chamblee Says Tiger, Phil Are ‘Undeserving’ of Ryder Captain
Golf analyst Brandel Chamblee knocked the notion of granting Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson Ryder Cup captaincy, calling them ‘undeserving’ of the role.

Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee might think Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson don’t deserve to be Ryder Cup captains, but Woods’ former coach Hank Haney could not disagree more.

During his SiriusXM radio show on Friday, Haney joined 2016 Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III in support of Woods and Mickelson as future leaders in the event.

“Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are just such iconic figures in U.S. golf and golf, period,” Haney said. “If they wanted to be the captain of the Ryder Cup, at any time, I wouldn’t even hesitate for two seconds, and they would be the captain.”

Haney did say the two future Hall of Famers should take separate turns as assistant captains rather than serving together, but that, of course, depends on their success as players in the coming years. Both aging stars struggled in 2015, and Woods announced in September that he will not return to the PGA Tour until 2016 as he recovers from another surgery on his ailing back.

Haney, however, still has plenty of confidence in his former client.

“I think Tiger can still win a golf tournament for sure,” he said. “I don’t know how you don’t pick him [for a Ryder Cup team].”

courtesy of golf.com