Month: December 2019

Episode 63: Brian Schneider

Brian Schneider joined Tom Doak’s Renaissance Golf Design in 2002. For the last 17 years he’s played a vital role creating some of this generation’s greatest golf courses around the world: Ballyneal, Old Macdonald, Cape Kidnappers,

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Episode 25: TG History 25: 125 years of the USGA

On this episode of the TalkinGolf History Podcast we celebrate the USGA’s 125th anniversary with our special guest, Senior Golf Historian for the USGA, Victoria Nenno. On this episode, Victoria discusses what preceded the USGA, the events that led to its creation and the early years of the organization.

Sounds stuffy? Don’t count on it – the stories that unfold are both interesting and comical even as Connor tries to convince Victoria (unsuccessfully) that Willie Dunn is in fact the first US Open Champion.

This podcast should be an instant classic.

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Episode 62: Drew Rogers

Drew Rogers hung out his own design shingle in 2010 after working 18 years with the firm of (Arthur ) Hills & (Steve) Forrest. While working for Hills he gained extensive expertise building new golf courses,

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Ep 22: Risk and Reward

It’s our last episode of the year and a good one it is, too.
Tipster John Evans is as pleased as punch with a 16 unit result last week and eager to end on an even higher note at this week’s Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines.

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Ep 013: The Episode We Weren’t Meant To Have

We were supped to call it a day after last week’s Presidents Cup preview but really, how could we not rehash the brilliant week at Royal Melbourne? Some of Adrian Logue’s finest work on Episode 13 as he introduces us to the ‘Buffoon versus Class Act’ breakdown of the players and takes aim at everyone from television to the PGA Tour. We hope you enjoy this final episode of 2019 and thanks for all your support over the course of the year and we look forward to coming back to do it all again in 2020.

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Ep 21: Risk and Reward

It’s a special week in Australian golf as 24 of the world’s top players descend on our best golf course to do battle for the Presidents Cup.
Hosts Rod Morri and John Evans are on site at Royal Melbourne as Tiger Woods prepares to lead his US team into battle against Ernie Els’ Internationals.

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