Florida attorney Sid Matthew is regarded by most as the foremost expert on the life and times of Augusta National co-founder Bob Jones. Sid joins Episode 6 of the TG History podcast to talk about Jones and what made him special beyond just his extraordinary playing resume.
Month: March 2019
Episode 2 – Excellent insight and dialogue with feature guest Bobby Stringer, CGCS, Golf Course Superintendent at Austin Country Club, host of the 2019 WGC Dell Technologies Match Play Championships. Bobby and Curtis talk in depth about Austin CC and an extensive list of Professional Events being held this week!
Episode 1 – Inside look into the game of golf’s professional tournament venues from an agronomic and architectural perspective. Featuring host Curtis Tyrrell, CGCS, Legendary Golf Course Architect Rees Jones, and World Class Desert Mountain Director of Agronomy Shawn Emerson!
Matt Dusenberry opened his own design firm in 2013 after years of building courses all over the world at Greg Norman Golf Course Design. He’s demonstrated incredible range in renovation work ranging from the flat Florida coast at Sandhill Crane in Hobe…
Karsten Solheim was the founder of PING Golf but his legacy in the game is far greater than the establishment of one manufacturing company. Solheim was a true visionary and one of golf’s great innovators, his contribution to the development of modern putters and irons at least the equal of any in history. On Episode 5, we meet PING Historian Rob Griffin to get some insight into one of the game’s best known and most respected figures.
Canadian designer, author, artist and historian Keith Cutten returns (Episode 15) to discuss his new book, “The Evolution of Golf Course Design.” The book traces how golf course architecture has morphed and changed through time, and, more importantly,
Is golf going into meltdown or are we just having a rough patch because of the new rules? Geoff Shackelford, Mike Clayton and Rod Morri delve into the seemingly weekly rules snafus in the professional game while also touching on the ‘enhanced’ rough we can expect at the 2021 Open at St Andrews and what might happen if the pro game made its own rules.