Welcome to the Fourth Episode of the What THE Golf Podcast, brought to you on location at Little Bennett Golf Course in Clarksburg, Maryland! In this episode, Eddie and Kevin discuss the following: (5:00) Beers and Cheers - Putters Choice Pale Ale, by Waredeca Brewing Company (9:00) Eddie and Kevin finally play a round together on the coldest day of the season so far, and discuss their recent rounds (Kevin at Sunridge Canyon in Arizona; Eddie at Needwood and Worthington Manor) (28:00) Re-Beers and Re-Cheers - Crooked Drive IPA, by Silver Branch Beer Company (31:50) Interview with David Taylor - discussion of Kevin's golf swing advice; and David's alternative podcast show titles (55:00) World of Golf - LPGA and the Ladies European Tour; TGL Golf; a PGA Tour Event in Mexico at a course designed by Tiger; and a hilarious finish about something caught on film at The Old Course (1:14:30) Outtakes - a continuation of the interview with David Taylor Thanks to our sponsor, Chasing Aces Golf, please visit them at www.ChasingAcesGolf.com Also, thanks to Marillion for allowing us to use "The Release" as our opening and closing theme song. Please visit www.Marillion.com for more about the group and download their beautiful melodies wherever you listen to music including Apple Music and Spotify. Please reach out to us for any comments or show ideas at WhatTHEGolfPodcast@gmail.com Also, please follow us on Instagram @WhatTHEGolfPodcast
Peter Gray and Gary Lisbon have put together a fantastic book titled, Golfing the British Isles, The Weekend Warrior's Companion. In it, we learn about the rich history of many of the legendary courses along the British Isles like, The Old Course, Royal Portrush, Turnberry, Carnoustie, Prestwick, and Old Head to name just a few. The book is 171 pages of WOW and Gary Lisbon's photography is image after image of Oh My! The whole book from cover to cover is spectacular. Have a listen as Peter Gray takes us on a journey to some of the greatest courses in our game.
In aflevering 68 van Podje Golf gaan Gerard en Sietse internationaal. Te gast is journalist en schrijver Geoff Shackelford, die onlangs het boek 'Golf architecture for normal people' schreef om mensen anders naar golfbaanarchitectuur te laten kijken. Volgens de Amerikaan zijn te veel golfbanen een lijdensweg en zou het veel meer om 'fun' moeten gaan. Shackelford bedacht daarom een systeem waarmee je elke golfbaan kan beoordelen en je als golfer anders naar klassiekers als de Old Course, Pebble Beach en zijn favoriet - North Berwick - gaat kijken. Dat zorgt volgens Shackelford niet alleen voor meer genot in de baan, maar ook voor beter golf! Ook praten Gerard en Sietse nog even na over de vorige aflevering en het meest beladen onderwerp in golf: LIV. Natuurlijk zijn er weer golfballen te winnen dus luister nu Podje Golf 68!
Regen, regen, regen. Zowel Martijn als de spelers van de DP World Tour gingen kopje onder in Schotland. Natuurlijk bespreken we uitgebreid het familiefeestje op The Old Course, de 5 man playoff op het chicken championship en waarom mogen alleen mensen die 200 meter of verder slaan een Nike golfschoen kopen? Dit en heel veel meer in afleveirng 226 ...
Dein Golf Podcast Hallo liebe Gemeinde.hier kommen die Themen der Folge 225 von Tee Time - der Golf Podcast. Auf Marco Simone hat es gebrannt Horrorbilder nur wenige Tage nach dem Ryder Cup. Auf Marco Simone ist ein Hospitality-Zelt abgebrannt. Aktuell wir noch ermittelt. Spieler der DP World Tour machen Freischwimmer Bei der Alfred Dunhill Links Championship wurden die Badekappen verteilt. Auf dem Old Course von St. Andrews, in Carnoustie und Kingsbarns bildeten sich wunderschöne Badeseen. Es wird am Montag versucht, eine dritte Runde zu spielen, die dann gleichzeitig auch das Endresultat ergeben wird. Timo Vahlenkamp is back Timo siegte ...Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten. kostenlos-hosten.de ist ein Produkt der Podcastbude.Gern unterstützen wir dich bei deiner Podcast-Produktion.
It's a punchy Wednesday episode as Andy and Brendan are giddy about post-Ryder Cup developments. They begin with the addition of an “Andrew Waterman” to the Dunhill links at the real Old Course. They giggle about the need for a pseudonym in a real European Tour event, and the inclusion of five LIV players in one of its preeminent events. Then they turn their attention to Daddy Schauffele, the subject of several articles with comments focused on player compensation in the Ryder Cup. There are some amusing comps and several critiques of the comments, support for some of the notions put forth, and the menacing mention of “courts” having a potential say in the debate. There's also some ire for Schauffele and Cantlay. Schedule for the week hits on the KFT finals and what exactly is at stake, including the potential for Ale Tosti to finish No. 1 overall in the points and have full status for next year. This leads to a couple more Tosti Tales. The beloved Sanderson, its field, and some favorite groups are given the final say in a rambling episode.
We left off last week traveling from Edinburgh to Aberdeen. We shared about running across Glamis Castle along the way. This week we are picking up once we get to Aberdeen. In this episode we tell you all about the next three days of the trip in and around Aberdeen. While we did not spend a ton of time in Aberdeen, there is lots to do surrounding the area. We explored the town of St. Andrews, checked out the Old Course, played golf at Trump International Golf Links, saw more castles, and learned a lot more about the history in these cool places. Don't miss this episode and if you missed the first three days of the trip then check out last week's episode to hear all about the first three days in Edinburgh. Until next week, ENJOY!As always thank you for listening TODAY. My LinkTree is the BEST place to find all my links whether you are wanting to follow me on Instagram, book a call about real estate, learn more about eXp Realty, shop my looks, or book one of our Airbnbs. This link is the one stop shop for all your needs! https://linktr.ee/madelinecampPlease leave a review and I will catch you on the next episode!
Sam & Bruce catch up with Jack Laws, Director of Golf at Les Bordes in France. Les Bordes has recently made some big waves with the introduction of the The New course designed by Gil Hanse, as well as the exceptional short course, ‘The Wild Piglet', complimenting the Old Course by Robert von Hagge in the late 20th century.We were very lucky to get to visit the club a few months back, experience it all first hand and hear about what goes in to creating a magical luxe golf experience! For more on Les Bordes head to @lesbordesgcIf you've enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!You can follow us along below @cookiejargolf Instagram / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Website
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Andy and Brendan are back from the holiday weekend recording on the fifth anniversary of the start of this podcast, a misguided, silly, but often rewarding endeavor. They briefly discuss their weekends before a separate tennis chat on the U.S. Open in New York and what golf might learn, or not learn, from that. There's also some brief amusement over Martin Kaymer's dissatisfaction with the Cleeks. Then they get to the European Ryder Cup team rounding out with six picks from Luke Donald and what the Aberg selection says about the current state of golf. There's also some review of the U.S. roster and where it might run into points of contention against some of the personalities on this now finished Euro side. That also leads to a separate side reminiscence on the internal disaster that was the 2018 U.S. team when this podcast started, and whether there's the potential for that with this group. The Walker Cup at the Old Course is given a recap, with some thoughts on how to improve or tweak it going forward. News hits on the CJ Cup taking over the Byron Nelson.
“Grit” is one of those buzzwords people throw around a lot. And it can be hard to define! But you know it when you see it – and you can certainly see it in Mike McCoy. This upcoming weekend, Mike has the honor of captaining the U.S. team at the Walker Cup as our top amateurs compete against Great Britain and Ireland at St. Andrews' legendary Old Course. Mike is one of the world's top amateur golfers, and he has been for decades. He even earned a coveted amateur spot at the 2014 Masters. And he's done it all while also building a successful career as an insurance executive! That level of achievement in BOTH areas doesn't just happen. It takes an elite mentality, a big commitment, and a willingness to do the hard stuff. In other words, it takes grit. In this conversation, you'll see what grit really looks like and why there is just no substitute for it when it comes to your success. You'll also learn: Why to prioritize training and preparation for your team The competitive advantage a lot of people shy away from One practical way to help your team deal with setbacks What it's like playing the Masters as an amateur ALSO... Get coaching from David by signing up to receive his Weekly Leadership Plan. It builds on each podcast episode by offering actionable steps you can take each week to incorporate the learnings from the episode into your leadership style. It only takes about 5 minutes and is a great way to start off your week! https://howleaderslead.com/plan/ Become a better leader in 5 days with our free, 5-Day Leadership Tune Up. This five-minute-a-day program is designed for the busy leader – it cuts right to the chase and gives you the practical know-how you'll need to boost your confidence as a leader. https://howleaderslead.com/5-day-leadership-tuneup/ Subscribe to the How Leaders Lead podcast to ensure you never miss an episode! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-leaders-lead-with-david-novak/id1223803642
This Friday episode was recorded from the car that was the scene of the infamous Caves Valley audio disaster, and from a worse-for-the-wear return to the shed. But it's a first of the month episode so Andy and Brendan are buoyant and excited for Labor Day, which is rated as a top holiday. Then they turn to some Ryder Cup clean up and the noteworthy quotes from Fred Couples that Keegan Bradley being older and not in tight with some of the younger guys on the team played a part in his not being selected. Any denial that friendships played a role in roster construction has zero worth or merit, even if that's the proper construction process. They also discuss the Euro movements and the signs that Ludvig Aberg seems headed for a spot on Luke Donald's team. They laugh at the Walker Cup hat uproar across the pond, but are eager to watch some great coffee golf from the Old Course. The week closes with SGS Golf Advice and an email on what to do when paired with two possibly made men who might be cheating their face off to win for your team in a charity scramble. Lastly, hit the Pro Shop for a Labor Day sale, using code LABORDAY15 for 15 percent off everything in the shop, including prints.
This first of a two-part episode detailing a YSO-led golf trip to Scotland takes listeners through every course on the trip with special focus on The Old Course at St Andrews. Keith is back in the saddle as host, guiding a roundtable of JT, Justin Hoppock, Codie Fisher and Zack McGill. Tune into episode 181 for part 2 of the podcast where the guys hand out superlatives and rank the courses. Courses covered: Brora, Cabot Highlands, Royal Dornoch, Cruden Bay, North Berwick, Crail, Elie, The Old Course, the New Course, the Eden, and The Castle.
With the Open Championship quickly approaching Joe McDonnell, member of RLGC for over 30 years, joins us to explore the seemigly ever changing faces of Hoylake. Many thanks to Joe for his time and expertise.... this should whet your appetite in advance of the 151st staging of golfs' original and greatest major. Links mentioned in the episode Richard Latham's golf history books (https://www.richardlathamgolfbooks.com/) The Updated version of Scott MacPherson's Evolution of the Old Course (https://www.scottmacphersongolfdesign.com/media-releases-more/books/st-andrews-the-evolution-of-the-old-course/) Joe McDonnell's Time Machine Please click here (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/15kNL3eWHmM4YdfN7UQglFzbAIojKR0eV?usp=sharing) to see some imagery from Joe's bucket list, time machine - Royal Birkdale, St. Andrews Old Course and Royal Liverpool Please check out a video of Brancaster (https://youtu.be/IRkSnSrwtwA?) at high tide and Elgar's_ Nimrod _as the sound track.... wonderful! Episode imagery credits - Joe McDonnell, Simon Haines, Royal Liverpool Golf Club & Kevin Murray Intro and outro music - _Shoreline Serenade by Dye O _- under license from Epidemic Sound Special Guest: Joe McDonnell.
1990 LPGA Championship winner, Beth Daniel looks back on her late wins on tour including her final victory at the 2003 BMO Canadian Women's Open where, at age 47, she became the oldest winner ever on the LPGA Tour. Listen in as Beth recounts her final tournament, the 2007 Women's British Open played at the Old Course at St. Andrews. She laments not winning the U.S. Open and takes us through her consecutive close calls with seconds in 1981 and 1982. She played in the first eight Solheim Cups and was honored with her selection as Captain of the U.S. side in 2009, a win at Rich Harvest Farms. Her crowning achievement was her induction into the LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame in 1990. Beth Daniel concludes her life story, “FORE the Good of the Game.”Support the showFollow our show and/or leave a review/rating on: Our Website https://www.forethegoodofthegame.com/reviews/new/ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fore-the-good-of-the-game/id1562581853 Spotify Podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/0XSuVGjwQg6bm78COkIhZO?si=b4c9d47ea8b24b2d Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xNzM3Mjc1LnJzcw About "FORE the Good of the Game” is a golf podcast featuring interviews with World Golf Hall of Fame members, winners of major championships and other people of influence in and around the game of golf. Highlighting the positive aspects of the game, we aim to create and provide an engaging and timeless repository of content that listeners can enjoy now and forever. Co-hosted by PGA Tour star Bruce Devlin, our podcast focuses on telling their life stories, in their voices. Join Bruce and Mike Gonzalez “FORE the Good of the Game.” Thanks so much for listening!
The team spend a week in the greatest place on earth St Andrews playing with incredible guests and history makers. The lads are also in the dog house with Pete… 0:00 Intro 1:00 We are at Dundonald Links! 6:16 What has been happening at Finch Golf Media? 16:03 I played the Carya Championship Course in Turkey 20:26 Peter Finch played against the youngest club champion in St Andrews history! 23:15 We have a new YouTube series coming soon with Matt Fryer 29:01 The team didn't tell Pete they went to the Dunvegan before filming
Andy and Brendan close out the week at LACC with this review of the U.S. Open finale. They discuss the anger and furor over the width of the 18th fairway not punishing Wyndham Clark's heave up the last. They get in to Clark's victory, praising his strengths over four days while also being incredulous that this is someone who played an opposite field event just several weeks ago. They discuss the “deflation” factor of a Sunday with some of the crowd issues, the course hollering, and Rory McIlroy disappointment. There's significant time spent on Rory, and whether this is worse or harder to take than the Old Course, where and how he made his mistakes, and how severe a critique should be levied for this runner-up. Scottie, Cam, Tommy, and a few others are also reviewed. LACC as a host is given one final discussion, from the awful ticket issues that continued to bubble up as a story on Sunday, to the setup and conditioning. They close with a few amusements from the broadcast and look ahead to the … Travelers? Thanks to B.Draddy (use promo code SGS30 for 30 percent off) for supporting us this week in LA.
Andy and Brendan check out for the week with this Friday episode that begins with an amusing story about their house rental for next week's U.S. Open in Los Angeles. Then they get to the battle to frame the PGA Tour merger deal with the PIF in a light most favorable to each side as everyone races to declare winners. Jimmy Dunne emerging to give interviews with his framing is covered. Also, the possibility of this deal being blocked is discussed, why that won't happen, and the implications if it were to fall apart. News hits on the announcement of TGL's first team in Los Angeles and its famous owners. They close it out with SGS Golf Advice with a funny story about being mistaken for a Tour player, an Old Course debate, and club members hollering at a high school match.
Matt Adams is in Scotland and The Old Course at St. Andrews! He is joined by a special guest from the St. Andrews Links Trust and we hear from Jon Rahm, Jack Nicklaus, Michelle Wie-West, & More!
Matt Adams is in Scotland and The Old Course at St. Andrews! He is joined by a special guest in the form of a former chief of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club, and Producer Dom brings you video of the winners of the past weekend speaking such as Emiliano Grillo, Harold Varner III, Pajaree Anannarukarn, Steve Stricker, & more.
Swinging by the latest episode of the Why Golf: Opinion Matters podcast is Hollywood actor and model Jamie Dornan! Jamie, who turned up aptly dressed in his favourite golf shirt, gives us an insight into his passion for both playing and watching the game, including when he eagled the 18th on the Old Course at St Andrews! He also explains the moment he suffered something every golfer fears, the shanks, whilst playing at Sunningdale and reflects on the rich golf scene in Ireland. To watch this episode on YouTube, click here. To find out more about everything the Why Golf platform has to offer, head to thisiswhygolf.com.
In this metaphor-loaded episode, Christopher Gray, Dean of Enrollment at Lasell University, discusses living and learning through a successful launch of a tuition reset, why communities matter to marathoners, and a nifty trick to try in your next meeting.Rapid DescentWalkout songs: Dirt Road Anthem by Jason AldeanBest recent read: Extreme You: Step Up. Stand Out. Kick Ass. Repeat. audiobook by Sarah Robb O'Hagan and Fearless Leadership: High Performance Lessons from the Flight Deck by Carey D. LohrenzEager to read next: Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain Favorite podcast: Hacking Your LeadershipFavorite thing to make in the kitchen: Chicken ParmesanWhat she uses to take and keep notes: Post-It Notes.Memorable bit of advice: "Success is when you leave something better than when you found it."Bucket list: Play the Old Course at St. Andrews with his father, who taught him how to golf when he was three. (Close second: finish his doctoral program.)Theme music arranged by Ryan Anselment.
Club + Resort Business Editor Rob Thomas chats with Agustin Pizá, Founder of Pizá Golf—internationally recognized as a world-class architecture and golf course design firm. Among the topics discussed are sustainability, his partnership with Golf Channel Analyst Brandel Chamblee and the future of golf course architecture. The first Pizá Chamblee signature design (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/gol...) pushes the creative boundaries of multi-purpose golf. The duo is collaborating on a 24-hole golf resort with four distinct six-hole golf loops. The project is referred to as the “Butterfly Effect.” It is in Cuatro Cíenegas, Desertica described as an oasis in the desert with abundant springs that create marshes. In addition to the energetic conversation with Piza, Thomas also discussed the latest news from across the industry with Senior Editor Phil Keren. The West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Course (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/wes...) will be operated on a nonprofit basis by the PGA of America. The enhanced property will include an 18-hole course, a 9-hole course, a driving range and putting practice greens, as well as a clubhouse. The PGA of America is leasing the city-owned site for up to 70 years for $1 per year. Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/aug...) and the Masters Tournament, announced April 5 that the club will partner with Augusta Technical College, the First Tee of Augusta and Augusta Municipal Golf Course to introduce “a new era for public golf in [the] city.” As part of this new announcement, Augusta Tech will relocate its golf course management program to The Patch, creating a living classroom environment. Also, the Broken Sound Club unveiled its contemporary reimagination (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/bro...) of the Boca Raton, Fla. property's clubhouse, which added dining options and increased amenities, all designed to reflect and enhance the distinctive member experience of “enjoying a life well-lived.” The club also advanced the objective of sustainability and improved the overall playing conditions and replaced infrastructure on its renowned Old Course (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/bro.... At the forefront of sustainability initiatives, the course is the first golf facility in Florida (second in the United States and 14th in the world) to be GEO Certified.
We're back with another major championship recap, and this time, it's 1995. Soly and KVV take you through Ben Crenshaw's triumph at Augusta, Corey Pavin at Shinnecock Hills, John Daly at the Old Course, and Steve Elkington at Riviera. We recount some of the more important and entertaining moments in each championship, discuss what golf looked like in 1995, who had close calls, and a ton more.
We conclude our "Full Swing" recap series with Rory McIlroy at St. Andrews and Episode 8 of the Netflix show. Shane and Golf.com's Claire Rogers talk about the incredible history that comes with winning at the Old Course and just how short the window is for someone like Rory to actually get it done. They discuss the awkward Cam Smith interview after he took home the Claret Jug that included a LIV question he dodged before eventually joining the renegade tour. They then discuss the incredible win in Atlanta for Rory and the most famous line in the entire series, a shot at Phil Mickelson by Mr. McIlroy. After segments that include Shane and Claire's favorite episode of the series, they welcome the executive producer of "Full Swing," Chad Mumm, to discuss what it was like putting all this together, how crazy it was that this show landed on the wildest year in golf history and which episode is his favorite. All "Full Swing Tonight" episodes will also be on YouTube, so make sure to check the Skratch page to get enhanced recaps of each episode with video elements, highlights from the year, and many more. A big thanks to Joel Dahmen and Chad Mumm for joining during all the recaps and a special shoutout to the entire Skratch team for helping out with making all this just that much better.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Oliver Horovitz (@oliverhorovitz), best-selling author of American Caddie in St. Andrews and premiere golf adventurer, hops aboard the Train for his 3rd time to help you make any mundane round an adventure, unpack what makes the happiest golfers in the world so happy, what it's like to play golf on the highest golf course in the world, the Nepali spirit, common mistakes and patterns from amateurs playing the Old Course, and so much more. The Par Train Podcast is brought to you by Rhoback Activewear aka the greatest polos, qzips, hoodies and now shorts and joggers (Ev's fav joggers) in the game. Seriously... we can't take them off. Tap this link https://bit.ly/3myURyP for 15% off (code auto applies in your cart). Want your golf glove to last longer with getting all crusty and hard? Get mygolfspy's #1 rated performing glove Red Rooster at www.redroostergolf.com/train and enter the code TRAIN for 20% off. The range rooster is a must buy so you can prolong the life of your gamer gloves. Looking for the most comfortable golf shoe in the world? It's Olukai Golf Shoes. By wearing Olukai you embrace their Aloha Golf vibe, commit to enjoying the ride, and feel just as good after walking 18 holes as you would riding in the cart. Go to https://glnk.io/m1zy/thepartrain for FREE shipping on your order! As always, thanks for hopping aboard. #EnjoyTheRide
Hour 2 360 Headlines: Is Lamar returning to the Ravens? Baltimore didn't assure OC candidates that he will return in 2023. Tiger makes his first start since last years British Open at the Old Course, will he contend at Riviera a course he knows well, but hasn't had the best results. Chad empties out the OutKick Bets account on the Bama v Vols game...hint he's not taking his Alma Mater. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, our hosts bring the greatest golfers from film to the Old Course at St. Andrews for the first annual GGNP Invitational Golf Tournament. Give us your take on social media and as always, thanks for being a part of the #GGNP community!Episode 107 Info:Podcasters: Alex Fitzsimmons - @alexfitz44Andrew Té - @ndrewTeLike what you hear? Join our discussions and give us your takes on this and more by going to @GGNPPodcast on twitter! https://twitter.com/ggnppodcast Also join the discussion at our Discord server: https://discord.gg/shxKkSb5DhConsider SUPPORTING Lantern Light Studios on Patreon at: patreon.com/lanternlightstudiosWant to contribute to our show directly? Visit Glow.fm here: https://glow.fm/ggnp/ and as always, thank you for your support!Executive Producer: Anthony Zoccola - @AnthonyZoccola Audio Engineer: Caleb Jewell - calebjewell_GGNP Theme by: Luke MulletTaro Theme by: RomanSenykMusic - https://youtu.be/c-XpTMGPQvIBe sure to check out the GGNP YouTube page and subscribeIf you are looking to start a podcast yourself, why not use the best... Riverside - https://bit.ly/34Iy3aY
On this week's podcast Lawrence and Geoff discuss the great Swilcan Bridge fiasco and what it says about the Old Course and the Links Trust. They look back at Peeble Beach and ahead to this week's millennial major, aka the Waste Management Open. Friend of the Pod is David Dusek, senior writer at Golfweek, who brings his insight into forthcoming announcement from the governing bodies on how they aim to rein in distance in elite golf.
Yes. St Andrews Scotland is known as the home of golf.But there is more to this beautiful seaside town than golf — although the golf is epic and important.St Andrews has a rich history that focuses not only on golf, but on education and religion.Plus it has this amazing location right along the sea — and not far from the Scottish capital of Edinburgh.Tune in as Bo Fraser, blue badge guide of Scotland Your Way, tells us all the reasons why St Andrews should be on your Scotland itinerary.And yes, she is a bit biased since St Andrews is her home town.Want to chat about St Andrews a wee bit more?Send me a note at email@example.comIn this episode::42 Intro2:54: How Bo ended up settling in St. Andrews5:27: Placing St Andrews on the map7:09: Golf — the Old Course and the others16:29: Religion — the Cathedral and the Castle26:58: Education — University of St Andrews33:12: Exploring St Andrews on foot35:17: Beaches & Fife Coastal Path42:20: Getting a tee time45:43: Accommodations50:32 Where to find Bo51:23: Wrapping it upImportant links:Scotland Your Way10 Amazing Things You Need To Do in Beautiful St Andrews Scotland9 Reasons You Need to Visit the Wonderful and Charming Fife ScotlandThe 10 Best Things You Must Do in Fascinating Edinburgh ScotlandExploring Edinburgh Scotland with Bo Fraser (podcast)Blown AwayVisit ScotlandSt Andrews GolfSupport the showThanks to Callisa Mickle who edits the audio.Follow Wander Your Way:InstagramFacebookPinterest
Hartough.com Website Link In this special interview, we chat to world-renowned Golf Landscape artist Linda Hartough about her love of painting the most incredible golf landscape in the world. A chance call from Augusta National kicked off a career that would span the globe and the most outstanding golf courses and destinations. Listen in to Linda take Ross through her career journey. Check out her website. Linda Hartough Instagram
On a blustery Monday in Liverpool, Tom traveled up to meet and record this podcast with Royal Liverpool links manager, James Bledge. James has had a fascinating journey in golf and the stories behind his choices are fantastic. Our Eclectic 18 podcast rules are simple, 18 holes, the hole numbers must correlate to the scorecard, and you can only pick one course once!1. Gullane #12. Royal Portrush3. Torey Pines North4. Royal St. George's5. Princes6. Royal Cinque Ports7. Crans Sur Sierre 8. Royal West Norfolk9. Royal County Downhalfway-hut: Deal10. Royal Lytham11. Sunningdale Old12. Southerness13. Tralee14. Dumfries & Galloway15. Kingsbarns16. Royal Liverpool17. Ballybunion18. Old Course clubhouse: St George's Hillpar: 73yardage: 6,494If you've enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!You can follow us along below @cookiejargolf Instagram / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Website
Today I catch up with John wood, golf analyst for NBC Sports and the Golf Channel. John was a frequent guest on my radio show in Sacramento when he was a top caddy on the PGA Tour. He has made an incredible transition to on the course commentator for NBC and the Golf Channel. On today's show John discusses the transition from caddy to broadcaster. I also ask him about the state of the PGA Tour with the advent of the LIV Golf Tour. We then get into the best courses in the world and the best holes in golf. John has incredible insight, but one of his answers blew me away! John loves Pebble Beach, Augusta and the Old Course at St Andrews. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Shane Bacon is a former professional golfer, a TV personality and a writer. Shane is one of the rising stars in golf and he joins #OntheMark to discuss his new book, The Golfer's Zoo. He also shares anecdotes, experiences and lessons from his life in golf - stories from his stint as a caddy at The Old Course at St. Andrews to his days as a fledgling professional on the Mini Tours. Shane also shares advice on how to shoot lower scores with his takes and insights on: Equipment - Filling the "Gaps" in your Set of Clubs, Practice - Keeping Yourself Interested and Engaged, Creativity - Shot-making and Playing Golf, Distance Control on the Greens - Favoring Speed over Line, Trajectory Control - Having a Go-To Pattern, and Comfort on Course - Being comfortable in Uncomfortable Environments. This podcast is also available as a vodcast on YouTube.
Ian Gilley is the co-founder and president of Sugarloaf Social Club, which is a golf society, a popular Instagram account, a merchandising operation, and now a part-owner of a golf course. Ian and Andy start by chatting about searching for hidden gems in Kansas and Nebraska and creating golf logos that stand the test of time. They then delve into why and how Ian and business partner David Cronheim recently purchased a six-hole course in Upstate New York. The course, which will soon be enjoyed by members of the Sugarloaf Field Club, has holes inspired by the Old Course at St. Andrews and a clubhouse inspired by Augusta National. Ian and Andy wrap up by talking about the three golf courses they think about the most.
Sandy Reid (@SandyReidGK), the Director of Greenkeeping at St. Andrews Links, is today's guest for our Superintendent Series. Sandy has one of the busiest jobs in the turf industry: he oversees all seven courses at St. Andrews. This year was busier than ever for him, with the 150th Open and the Dunhill Links both taking place at the Old Course. Sandy shares how he and his team managed the infrastructure necessary for the events and the inevitable wear and tear to the course. He and Andy also talk about Sandy's time at Carnoustie, how he maintains courses that rarely shut down, what it's like having the property turn into a park on Sundays, and much more. The Superintendent Series is brought to you by the Toro Company.
It's a road-weary Monday episode with Andy in Frisco, where he has some thoughts about the development of North Texas and the PGA's “efficient” new headquarters. On golf, they discuss Sunday at the Old Course, where Alex Noren hit it off the Rusacks hotel for a potential eagle. That leads to a harebrained idea of how the Old Course should combat that kind of good break. There's also some Ryan Fox talk and plenty of Rory quotes -- on weather, his consistency vs. the flash of his youth, and whether he's taken over Billy Boy as the peak baton twirler. On the PGA Tour, they ponder whether Mac Hughes winning the Sanderson is just consolation for the Canadians after last week's Pres Cup debacle. News touches on Bryson's performance in the Pro Long Drive competition.
Tom Kim and Tommy Fleetwood join the show. Tom Kim is fresh off Presidents Cup stardom and discusses: huge celebrations, big putts, Immelman as captain, partying with Team USA Sunday night and turning pro as a 15 year old. Tommy Fleetwood has recently moved to Dubai and is preparing for this week's Dunhill Links and discusses: Ryder Cup matches, carrying multiple 3-irons, a big gap in wedges used, the Old Course for The Open vs the Dunhill Links, and Fore Play flying a drone into a tree the first time we ever filmed together. The crew also discusses NASA's asteroid collision video, new LIV lawsuit happenings, and Charlie Woods' career-low 68.
In the second of two episodes recapping his first visit to Scotland, Andy Johnson gives Garrett Morrison his thoughts on two legendary courses—North Berwick Golf Club and the Old Course at St. Andrews—and two lesser-known gems in the East Lothian region, Dunbar Golf Club and Kilspindie Golf Club. They discuss the brilliance of North Berwick's hole designs, the uniqueness of the Old Course's terrain, the drama of Dunbar's routing, and the advantages of playing Kilspindie with hickories. Andy also offers some general advice on planning a golf trip to Scotland. (Hint: don't overbook yourself!) Time stamps for course discussions: (2:16) North Berwick (37:07) The Old Course (52:29) Dunbar (1:01:58) Kilspindie
What a week at St. Andrews! Shane checks in from the Old Course with Claire giving her full rundown of an excellent week of Open Championship golf. The two discuss Shane's club fiasco, the Max-Tiger pairing, Rory's Sunday and the insane close by Cam Smith. A special week in golf that we hope y'all enjoyed as much as we did. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Max Homa joins the show to debrief on his experience playing with Tiger, Cameron Smith jumps out to a lead, Cameron Young hangs tough, and Rory posts a 68. An eventful live show as we debrief the day, chat about the Old Course, Rory, DJ, and the rest of a stacked leaderboard. Michael Wolf also joins us to tell some historical stories about St. Andrews, Cash App game, and a ton more!
Mike Tirico and Shane Bacon join us to recap Thursday at the Open Championship at St. Andrews. We discuss Rory's fantastic start, Tiger's disappointment, how the Old Course held up, setup, Cameron Young, best things we saw today, and a ton more.
The 150th at St Andrews. As big of a golf tournament as there's ever been. Everyone from Tiger to Rory to Homa and beyond is dreaming of taking home this one. We get into the excitement of links golf, the historical significance of the Old Course, and the exhilarating addition of Tiger Woods. Then we're joined by NASA's James Hubble Telescope Program Scientist Dr. Eric Smith (01:02:37) who answers our questions about the monumental new images, what it means for our galaxy, and pepper him with questions about the universe.
We're positively chuffed to bring you this Open Championship preview episode as the oldest major in the game returns to the Old Course. We do our best to detail what has us so pumped for the week ahead, what the potential winning score could be, specific holes and shots we're looking forward to seeing, our picks to win (and not win), and more.If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/ /NJ/NY/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
The Open has returned to The Old Course at St Andrews. To help get our Open week coverage started we spoke to a variety of voices in golf on what makes the home of golf so unique. From elite tour pros to mid-handicappers, writers, broadcasters and locals, we look at the course's qualities that have fascinated players for decades as well as the magic of the setting in the town of St. Andrews, the outlook for the upcoming Open and a ton more.
Pat Mayo and Steve Bamford preview the 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews, discussing the weather, comp courses, skill sets to targets, and the Old Course itself. Then, Mayo provides his preview and makes his early 2022 British Open Picks in a his first look and research for the year's final Major Championship. RAKE FREE DraftKings Listeners League: https://bit.ly/22OPENPMEDKLL Get 20% All DK Tools/Stat Engine: https://www.fantasynational.com/mayo Get a deposit match up to $100 with first deposit at JOCK MKT with Code “MMN”: https://bit.ly/JOCKMKTMMN Join Mayo Media Newsletter: https://mayomedia.substack.com/people/32468255-mayo-media Sub to the Mayo Media Network: https://bit.ly/YTMMN SHOW INDEX 00:00 Intro 00:23 Giveaways 2:19 Weather Spilts 7:17 St. Andrews 8:42 Skill Sets to Target 19:51 LIV Players 21:02 Coastal Courses 27:24 Old Course/Dunhill Links 30:34 Early Forecast/Weather Tower to Use 32:26 Course History 37:12 Last 5 Opens 50:19 2015 at St. Andrews 55:07 Stats 59:51 Model Results 1:09:34 Rolling Report 1:14:17 Augusta National Comp 1:15:17 Open Championship Trends 1:21:37 Extra Model based off 2015 Trends Apple: http://bit.ly/PMEiTunes Spotify: https://goo.gl/VboemH Stitcher: http://goo.gl/Ft3Gmr Google: http://bit.ly/GooglePodPME Castbox: http://bit.ly/PMECastbox Pat Mayo Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThePME Pat Mayo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePME Pat Mayo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepme/