Month: November 2019

Ep 019: Risk and Reward

It’s Episode 19 of Risk and reward but more excitingly it’s event number one of the Australian Summer Of Golf.
The NSW Open starts today in Western Sydney and co-host Rod Morri is on site at Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club as we break down all the value bets from the world’s golf tours.

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The Course Reports – Royal Melbourne and the 2019 President’s Cup!

Richard Forsyth, Royal Melbourne Golf Club’s Director of Courses joins Curtis for a fantastic interview about the legendary venue and the preparation for the 2019 President’s Cup! Richard provides great insight into the Sand Belt gem, the multiple moving…

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Episode 61: Jim Urbina

When the story is at last written about the current era of neoclassical architecture, Jim Urbina is certain to be featured as a star character. He represents a distinct branch of the Dye architectural tree having begun his career working on projects fo…

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Ep 010: A Piccolo To Go

Should the Australian Open join forces with the European Tour? Will the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA merge and if they did, would it be a good thing? And when will we see some innovation in the way golf is broadcast on TV? Just some of the eclectic mix of topics on a stream of consciousness episode 10 of The Good Good Golf Podcast.

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Episode 23: TG History 23: The Most Unique Tournament in the World?

Golf Collecting Pioneer, Pete Georgiady joins us on the TalkinGolf History podcast to discuss how he became one of the foremost experts in the world on antique golf clubs and to discuss one of the most unique golf tournaments in the world…The National Hickory Championship.
You may have heard of golfers playing hickory shafted clubs, but only the diehards are crazy enough to play pre-1900 golf under pre-1900 golf rules.

Take a stroll back in time with us today on Episode 23 of the TalkinGolf History Podcast – to tales of yesteryear and a game that hasnt quite past us by.

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Ep 018: Risk and Reward

The year’s winding down but John Evans is just warming up. With the Australian Summer of Golf just around the corner you can almost smell the game in the air.
Among the topics for discussion on a longer than normal episode 18 of Risk and Reward are: the yips, Royal Melbourne, Tiger’s terrible team decision, why the Internationals will win the Presidents Cup and more.
There’s also some betting tips for the European Tour and LPGA Tours and some astounding odds being offered on players at the US Tour event in Georgia.

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