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Raj Narayan

Our guest today is Raj Narayan. Raj is one of golf’s emerging women entrepreneurs, coming from a corporate financial and management background to apply both analytical skills and social awareness to create an online business and networking golf club, the creatively named Emajin. From someone who started out hating the game, Raj has transitioned into…

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Hannah Green

Our guest on Tee for Two today is Hannah Green. Hannah recently made golf history by not only taking out two gender-neutral tournaments in succession in Victoria, Australia – the 2022 Vic Open and the Webex Players Series Murray River – but, in winning the second she became not only the first female to win…

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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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Jane Crafter

Our guest on Tee for Two today is Jane Crafter, one of Australia’s finest professional golfers as well as one of the game’s best ambassadors. Jane is one of only three women to have won the Women’s Australian Open in a wonderful career that has seen her be a successful LPGA Tour player, a respected…

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Geraldine O’Callaghan

Our guest on Tee for Two today is Geraldine O’Callaghan, the recently appointed course superintendent at Sandringham Golf Links, the home of the new Australian Golf Centre. Gerri is one of a small (but growing) group of women in greenkeeping and is believed to be one of only four female golf course superintendents in Australia….

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TEE FOR TWO – TRAILER

Introducing Tee for Two, the podcast for women in golf – and the men who support them. There are so many wonderful people playing or being involved in our fabulous, fun and sometimes ‘challenging’ game. Everywhere we look, there are good people doing amazing things, quietly. And they all have a story. On Tee for…

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SOG Ep 098: Distance, Money and Brandel Chamblee

Geoff Shackelford, Mike Clayton and host Rod Morri delve into recent happenings in the world of golf and analyse what it means for the bigger picture. From the distance debate (of course) and changes in the PGA Tour schedule to whether a $15 million payday is off putting and is the LPGA playing courses that are too easy? All that comes under the microscope as well as Brandel Chamblee’s surprise switch of position back to advocating for bifurcation of the professional and amateur game.

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SOG Ep 097: The Open Washup And Is Something Happening With The Ball?

The success of Royal Portrush, Xander Schauffele and the driver controversy, are the authorities planning to do something about the ball in the autumn and why you can’t say anything bad about Memphis. All that and more in episode 97 of State of the Game.

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SOG Ep 096: McGinley Takes Irish Open Back To The Future

There is much excitement among architecture types about next week’s Irish Open at the famed Lahinch in County Clare. Tournament host Paul McGinley joins Episode 96 of the show to explain how he plans to take the event back to the future making the on-site experience one that far exceeds watching on TV. The 2014 Ryder Cup captain says tournament goers can expect a festival atmosphere in the tiny town of Lahinch as the entire week will be a celebration of the game.

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SOG Ep 095: Expect A Spiritual US Open At Pebble beach

As the Old Course is to Scotland so Pebble Beach is to America and a US Open on the Monterey Peninsula is something a bit special. Join Pebble beach devotee Geoff Shackelford alongside Mike Clayton and Rod Morri for a breakdown of what role the course might play at this week’s 119th US Open as well as some discussion on the Hank Haney controversy from last weeks US Women’s Open and what the fallout might meaning the bigger picture.

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