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Jason Whitlock Brings ClubProGuy On To Talk Golf, How They Met, And Becoming a Drug Mule

Outkick’s Jason Whitlock brought ClubProGuy on Facebook Live to discuss why he hides his identity, how Title IX screwed him out of scholarships, and how they met. CPG establishes no-filter right out the gate and explains how he became a real-life Clint Eastwood in The Mule.

“Me and my wife crossed the border with very little money. Brandy (his ex-wife) ended up working some private parties and ended up falling in with some pretty bad hombres. These guys ended up convincing me to carry drugs from tour stop to tour stop.”

Whitlock asked CPG if college scholarships were available out of high school.

“Title IX screwed me. You get all these girls on scholarship for sports no one cares about and I’m all conference with no offers.”

Club Pro Guy has plenty to say about his life and you can catch the full interview here!

Whitlock and Club Pro Guy Talk Golf, U.S. Open, OutKick and CPG's Secret Identity

Posted by OutKick on Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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  1. Didn’t watch the video sounds like an interesting dude but running drugs is a life choice and not a good one most law abiding folks don’t enter that fray i admit i need to learn more about him and if he has turned his life around major props to him. I will look forward to his contributions to Outkick.

    • I think CPG ripped off MY STORY. I came across the Big River with a few hundred wet greenbacks.
      My wife, Cognac, had the family dresser strapped across her back. We made it to Nevada and we’re so thankful for Señor Sonny for all his help. God bless America.

  2. Chris Rock said “No matter what a stripper tells you, there is no sex in the Champagne Room- none.”

    The 8-hole par streak that was ended by the two holes of El Chapo’s taint is the stuff of legend. I can’t believe Jason was straight faced when the camera cut back to him after CPG finished telling it. Hahaha.

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