Month: January 2022

Ep 099: Rick Young on Muni Golf’s Survival

Score Golf’s Rick Young joins the podcast to talk about his recent submission to the Toronto City Council regarding plans to reduce their golf offering. We also touch on the Californian bill that incentivised local government to swap municipal golf for affordable housing, the game’s brand image problem and the need for golf to be heard outside the golf world.

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Episode 77: TGH 77: A Golf Historian’s Guide to Pinehurst

After a year in the works the TalkinGolf History Podcast is proud to release, “A Golf Historian’s Guide to Pinehurst” an in depth and intimate look at Pinehurst through the eye’s of one of its historians. Pinehurst is called America’s Home of Golf – listen in and learn how it earned that moniker.

A special thanks to our guest, Chris Buie, the Pinehurst Resort and the Tufts Archives for hosting us. If you have the opportunity please consider donating to the Tufts Archives.

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Blind Shots Podcast Season 3 Episode 15 – Michael Croley on Golf and Writing

On today’s episode, we class up the joint a bit by welcoming author, writer, golfer, and native Kentuckian gone rogue, Michael Croley. Michael grew up in Corbin, Kentucky, but now lives in the Columbus, OH area,

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Ep 098: Golf From On The Ground With Jimmy Emanuel

The Australian PGA and WPGA tournaments at Royal Queensland marked the return of big tournament golf in Australia. So what did we learn and what might the future hold? Golf Australia Magazine Deputy Editor Jimmy Emanual joins the pod for a wide ranging discussion on the state of professional golf in Australia.

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Bonnie Boezeman

Our guest on Tee for Two today is Bonnie Boezeman. Bonnie enjoyed a brilliant corporate career including over 20 years with media giant Time Warner, 13 of them as Managing Director and Chair of Time Life Australia. Her career took her around the globe before she arrived in Australia in 1983. It was here that…

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Episode 76: TGH 76: Mr. 59

A wonderful interview with the wonderful man, Al Geiberger, the first man in the history of golf to break golf’s version of the 4 minute mile…breaking 60!

We dive into how Mr. Geiberger entered the game, his early amateur days, his stories from the tour which include Ben Hogan and Sam Snead, his PGA Championship, his Players Championship and of course a run down of his 59 and how he kept himself in the zone.

We would like to take a moment to thank La Quinta Country Club for allowing us to record our interview in their boardroom.
Also very special thanks to artist Jim Fitzpatrick for allowing TalkinGolf History to use his painting of Mr. 59!

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