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.Read More
Month: February 2020
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.
In the brutal, dog eat dog world of modern professional golf David McKenzie has managed to achieve something very few do… to wit, make a living out of playing the game around the world for more than three decades. Needless to say, he’s learned a few things along the way and in this revealing chat, David offers some insights into the PGA Champions Tour as well as some of the highs and lows of being a long-time touring professional.Read More
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.Read More
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!Read More
Finally. That’s been the predominant response to the Distance Insights Report released earlier this week, a document that may well change the shape of the game for decades to come. Among the most vocal agitators for action on this issue for the past two decades have been Mike Clayton and Geoff Shackelford and on Ep 102 they have their say on the report and what it means.Read More
It’s a unique event in the world of golf but the combined men’s and women’s Vic Opens has captured the imagination of the golf world. Two fields, two trophies, one course and equal prize money makes it the only event of its kind in the world and while it is the best spectating tournament in Australia it also offers some excellent value betting as our resident expert John Evans has found.Read More
It might not be Australia’s most important championship but as a spectator is it the country’s best tournament. The mixed men’s and women’s Vic Opens are a highlight of the golf calendar each year and with host Rod Morri on site at 13th beach this week it was a great opportunity to sit down with LET player Felicity Johnson to talk all things golf.Read More