Some traditions are worth keeping. But, when does tradition become problematic?Read More
Month: March 2020
The TalkinGolf History Podcast proudly presents Episode 34 and Part 2 of the History of Dr. Alsiter MacKenzie. On this episode Sean Tully dives deeper into the life of the legendary golf course architect kicking off with the 1914 Country Life Magazine contest, then into the partnership with Colt and Allison and finally the beginning of the last third of his career and going it alone.Read More
In golf, the true greats are known by a single name. And just like Arnie, Jack, Tiger and Hogan, Seve takes his place as one of the best and most important ever to play the game. The Spaniard was charisma personified, both on and off the course, and taken all too early in 2011. If The Masters hadn’t been postponed, this year would have marked the 40th anniversary of his first Green Jacket win and while there is no excuse needed it served as the ideal reason for an in depth chat about one of the game’s most popular players. Join former caddie Billy Foster and fellow European Tour players Tony Johnstone and Mike Clayton as they reminisce about one of the most exciting players ever to pick up club.Read More
With professional golf in limbo for the foreseeable future we’ve made the difficult decision to put the Risk and Reward Podcast on hiatus until further notice. We appreciate the support of all of you who’ve been listeners so don’t be afraid to stay in touch on Twitter, you can find links to co-hosts Rod Morri and John Evans below.Read More
On Episode 33 of the TalkinGolf History Podcast we dive into the deep end of the History behind one of the world’s most famous golf course architects, Dr. Alister MacKenzie, the man who gave us Augusta National, Cypress Point and Royal Melbourne.
This podcast will be one of three podcasts with our guest, Sean Tully exploring the history behind the doctor.Read More
To many in the golf world England’s Meghan MacLaren is recognisable only as ‘that equal pay girl.’ But is there more to the 25-year-old two-time NSW Open winner than pointing out the inequalities between professional golfers of opposite gender? The answer is a resounding ‘Yes’. MacLaren is intelligent and articulate, thoughtful and engaging and, most importantly, brutally honest. About everything. From the state of her own game to the state of the broader industry, Maclaren has plenty to offer in this wide ranging and fascinating discussion.Read More
A mini, pop-up episode containing riffs and an anecdote about playing golf angry. There’s a bit of a confessional about the struggle to keep my emotions and my the 16th hole at the Castle Course in St. Andrews,Read More
With a world spinning seemingly out of control there are lots of questions about where golf should fit in the new world order. There are no right or wrong answers but on Episode 24 Rod Morri and Adrian Logue are joined by Dave Hill (aka One Bearded Golfer) to thrash out some of the issues. It’s a rambling chat but what else are you going to talk about at a time like this?Read More
It’s hard to believe the world could change so drastically in such a short space of time. This time last week we were watching the opening round of The Players from Sawgrass, this week all world golf is in hibernation for at least eight weeks and, according to most, likely much longer.
Given that there isn’t any golf betting to talk about but hosts John Evans and Rod Morri still managed a bit of golf banter. Stay tuned for an announcement on the podcast next week.