Month: February 2020

Blind Shots Podcast – Short Game Session 2: After the Lesson

A pop-up version of the Blind Shots Podcast, this mini-episode is the “after” of a before and after collection of podcasts about an overdue golf lesson. It’s a little different from the standard interview format,

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Blind Shots Podcast – Short Game Session 1: Before the Lesson

A pop-up version of the Blind Shots Podcast, the “before” of a before and after collection of podcasts about an overdue golf lesson. This is something a little different that I hope you will like. This podcast is a brief monologue about my fears,

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Ep 30 Risk and Reward

The travelling circus that is professional golf keeps moving on with tournaments in Coffs Harbour, Puerto Rico, Queensland and Mexico this week.
Resident expert John Evans has been hard at work studying the form and has come across good value options in all markets including a bonus for Podcast Pete in Mexico.

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Ep 019: Golf From The Non Golfer’s Perspective

There’s always hand wringing in golf about growing the numbers of people who play but do we ever stop to ask why it is non golfers aren’t already swinging a club? After a brilliant piece in The Irish Times last week chronicling her journey to 13th Beach to watch fellow Irish woman Leona Maguire we catch up with former Olympic silver medallist Sonia O’Sullivan to find out what golf looks like to the outside world.

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Episode 2.5 The Dream of The Old Course with Graylyn Loomis

This is the revised story of how a retweet turned into a quest, ending at the Old Course’s first tee. This is the first episode of a series that focuses on The Scotland Experience I enjoyed in the fall of 2019, and all of the shenanigans, plans,

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Blind Shots Podcast Episode 2: The Dream of Playing The Old Course

This will be the first episode of a series that focuses on The Scotland Experience I enjoyed in the fall of 2019, and all of the shenanigans, plans, dreams, worries, and luck that went into it. On today’s edition of the show,

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Episode 65: Scot Sherman

Designer Scot Sherman began his career working for the Dye family before joining Bobby Weed as an associate. He’s now the lead designer for Love Golf Design, the firm of brothers Mark Love and Davis Love III.

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Ep 29 Risk and Reward

If you’re a course geek it’s a good week in the world of golf with Royal Adelaide and Riviera front and centre for the men’s and women’s top tours.
The LPGA is playing the Australian Women’s Open in South Australia while Tiger Woods leads a strong field in the Genesis Invitational in what used to be the Los Angeles Open.

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Ep 018: John Huggan On All Things Golf

John Huggan is one of the most respected and forthright voices in the game and he joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue on Episode 18 to talk Vic Open, Min Woo Lee, the Distance Insights Report and more. There’s also news about Derek Duncan and a special announcement about the long awaited return of the much loved Book Club.

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Episode 30: TG History 30: Seth Raynor Part 2

TalkinGolf History presents Part 2 of the Two Part Podcast on “The History of Seth Raynor” with special guest, Anthony Pioppi. In this podcast we kick off right where we left off in Episode 29 – the passing of Seth Raynor and what we lost with his untimely death.

Listen for how you too can play some of the best Seth Raynor courses both public and private!

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