Outkick founder Clay Travis announced today that the site reached an agreement with one of the nation’s top golf instructors to join Outkick as an analyst, columnist, podcaster and relationship expert.
Mexican Mini Tour legend “ClubProGuy” will start at Outkick today, writing a preview of the 120th US Open Golf Championship at Winged Foot. On Monday, CPG will sit down with Outkick partner Jason Whitlock for an in-depth interview about his unique golf background and life in hiding since his “dispute” with the dangerous Juarez drug cartel.
“CPG fits the Outkick brand. He’s fearless, authentic and fun,” Travis said. “From his in-depth knowledge of the golf swing to life as a tour professional, no one knows more about the game than CPG. We felt we owed it to Outkick supporters to align ourselves with the biggest name in golf instruction regardless of the potential security risk and price tag.”
ClubProGuy spent 14 years on the Mexican Mini Tour where he amassed a total of 17 made cuts, including the Matamoros 4-Ball and the prestigious Yucatán Masters. He ranks 783rd on the MMT career money list with more than 47,490 pesos in earnings. CPG is probably best known for his eight-hole par streak in 1998 that famously came to an end on the 4th hole at Matamoros CC, also known as the second leg of “El Chapo’s Taint’,” the nastiest two-hole stretch in golf.
He currently works as the Head Golf Professional at a prestigious semi-private club in Kansas City where he has several NET club championships to his teaching credit. Although he works with a variety of students, CPG’s instruction is focused primarily on single and divorced moms. When he’s not in the golf shop or on the lesson tee, CPG enjoys his platinum memberships to various on-line dating sites and spending time cruising in his 1990 Mazda Miata.
“I met CPG a decade ago in Cancun at a Sugar Daddy getaway weekend sponsored by a Mexican strip club we both frequented,” Whitlock said. “We talked golf, commiserated over Tiger Woods’ Thanksgiving misfortune and CPG offered to teach me his 7-4-7 Swing Thought System. No one, not Johnny Miller, not Paul Azinger, not Nick Faldo, talks golf as provocatively as CPG.”