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Blind Shots Podcast – Short Game Session #3 A Place for Anger

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,

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Ep 024: Might Covid 19 Be Good For Golf?

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?

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Episode 67: George Waters

George Waters began his design career after spending a summer living and doing course maintenance in Dornoch, then getting an internship with Tom Doak’s Renaissance Golf Design. He worked construction projects for a variety of designers,

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Ep 34: Risk and Reward

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.

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Ep 103: The Corona Virus Episode

It’s all anybody’s talking about. Including us. The Corona Virus has touched every facet of life, golf included, and is going to do so for the foreseeable future. What does it mean for professional and recreational golf? Who knows? Certainly not Geoff Shackelford, Mike Clayton and Rod Morri but we chat about it anyway.

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Ep 023: Anyone For a Top 100 Courses Debate?

If you want to start an argument in golf there are a couple of surefire topics that will do it and the ranking of the country’s top 100 courses is one of them. On Episode 23 of Good Good, Golf Australia Magazine Editor Brendan James joins us in studio to discuss the where, what, when, how and why of his publication’s biennial list. It’s a fascinating discussion that wanders in a few different directions including (despite best efforts to avoid it) the impact of the COVID 19.

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E 33: Risk and Reward

Resident tipster John Evans has a spring in his step and it’s not just because he has a brand new titanium hip. Some good results at Bay Hill and Qatar have him bullish about prospects at this week’s Players Championship. With a top heavy field assembled in Florida there is value to be had and JE reckons he has found plenty of it on this week’s podcast.

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The Thing About Golf #13: John Paramor

John Paramor has spent the best part of 45 years adjudicating on animal scrapes and penalty drops. But the European Tour’s chief referee is more than just the best known rules official in the world, he’s a passionate lover of the game and an admirer of its very best exponents. He’s had a front row seat at some of the great, and not so great, moments in modern golf – from Seve to Tiger and Rory, backstopping and the Patrick Reed affair, nothing is off limits in this conversation.

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Ep 022: The Mad Americans In Studio

They’re the heavy weights of Golf Twitter and it was a privilege for Good Good to host Michael Wolf, Jon Cavalier and Nigel Islam in studio for a rambling chat about all things golf and all things Australia. From Royal Melbourne to Barwon Heads and NSW to Royal Adelaide, Wolf, Cavalier and their less well known but incredibly knowledgeable travel companion Nigel Islam had a great time in Australia and have some interesting observations about the golf culture and courses in these parts.

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Episode 66: Tyler Rae

Tyler Rae is gaining a reputation as one of the most talented up and coming golf course renovation and restoration specialists in the business. He’s worked with noted designer Ron Prichard for most of the last decade and now has embarked on his own,

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