Baker-Finch & Kostis talk Masters in Palm Beach

By Matt Lincoln/CBS12

PALM BEACH, Fla. - After finishing the Masters broadcast, a pair of cbs commentators flew down to Palm Beach Monday.

Ian Baker-Finch and Peter Kostis were a part of a fundraising event at the Breakers for the American Cancer Society. Kostis, one of the best golf teachers in the world, is a cancer survivor. Former British Open champion Baker-Finch was the Master of Ceremonies for the night.

They said that the win at Augusta for Bubba Watson shows just how much of a force he is at Augusta National and what he could be in the game going forward.

Both also came away very impressed with 20 year old Jordan Spieth, who finished 2nd in the event.

Another CBS radio broadcaster, and close friend of Tiger Woods, Notah Begay said Monday morning that Tiger will not return before the US Open, as the Jupiter resident rehabs from back surgery. Kostis said Monday, he hopes Tiger sits out the rest of the year. Kostis's son had the same type of surgery, rushed his return, and had to get a second operation done.

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