Job: Bagpiper at the Links at Spanish Bay, Pebble Beach, Calif.
During World War I, my grandfather was a member of the Black Watch, the Scottish regiment that fought in kilts. He had a record of pipes and drums that the Black Watch played, and I always loved that sound, so in high school I learned the pipes. I've been a bagpiper here for 20 years. They're called tunes, not songs, because they don't have lyrics. Sometimes I play Amazing Grace. Not many places in the world look like this at sunset. It's a sight and sound like no other.
THE GREAT COMMUNICATORS
Nick Faldo & Jim Nantz
Ages: 54 and 52
Jobs: Lead analyst and anchor for CBS Sports' golf coverage
NANTZ ON FALDO:
"Nick's job is to describe the situation the player faces, to morph into that player. He does it so well. You can't coach chemistry. You either have it or you don't. The first time we introduced Nick on the air, it came off with such ease. The chemistry has been there from the start. These jobs are a gift we've been given. I find the best broadcasters don't take that for granted. Nick understands that.
FALDO ON NANTZ:
Jim has stories and nuggets and stats, and he knows when to deliver them. That's a skill and a gift. Most important, we communicate well. I now answer his points before he asks, before he says, 'What do you think of this?' Every week in the tower, it's come and meet Jim's friends, standing-room only. Amazing! We do 16 events, and every one is in his hometown. I work with [Golf Channel's] Kelly Tilghman and Jim, but I won't tell you who uses more hair spray".