Masters ‘, CBS’ Jim Nantz has the day at the historic Clearview Golf Club

East Canton – Jim Nantz has always wanted to see the Clearview Golf Club. He did it on Monday.

He saw it and gave it a big bear hug.

Nantz saw a lot. Before leading a master’s degree as CBS for three decades, he entered college with Fred, who won a master’s degree.

He is in the minority brother-in-law of basketball players to call up the March Madness Super Bowl and Championship games. He and Tony Romo hosted the Browns bosses in January and will return to the Copa del Rey open next month.

Jim Nantz (left) beat Renee Powell by "Clearview Celebration with Jim Nantz" At Clearview Golf Club, Monday, August 9, 2021.

He is 62 years old and is playing the “dream job” in his own words.

In appreciation for Renee, Bill Paul

Why was Clearview on the bucket list?

When Nantz opened Clearview 75 years ago, he knew the late Bill Paul, the first black man to open a golf course.

During his visit on Monday, Nantz said, “I was present when Bill won the PGA’s highest honor, the prestigious service award.” I have always known the history of Clearview.

Over the years, I have met Renee (Paul) several times. She always admired him. We met this year. Masters Day may open.

With my in-laws in Cleveland, I seem to be spending a lot of time here. For Renee, I really want to see Clearview.

Former Ohio Gov. John Casic (left) with GS Nantz (middle) with CBS Sports and former Ohio State basketball star Clark Kellogg "Clearview Celebration with Jim Nantz" At Clearview Golf Club, Monday, August 9, 2021.

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of Clearview Golf Club

Clearview is a national historical site. Renee Powell – PGA Golf Pro at Clearview includes education, training and golf access for veterans, youth and others.

“I told Renee, I don’t want to be arrogant. It may not help you.

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