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Ep 011: Risk and Reward

What has the Canberra Raiders being in the Grand Final got to do with golf betting? Find out on episode 11 of the Risk and Reward podcast when resident expert John Evans explains the concept of ‘crushing’.

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Episode 57: Tripp Davis

Tripp Davis is arguably the most skilled amateur player among active architects. He helped the University of Oklahoma win a National Championship in the 1980s and has been a ranked amateur for most of his adult life,

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EP 002: The Derek Duncan Bombshell

On Episode two of The Good Good Golf Podcast Derek Duncan joins the team and it’s quite the debut when he drops a bombshell about his thoughts on the distance debate. We also get the good oil from Adrian Logue about golf in Denmark and England plus call local governments to account for their mixed messaging around the elderly and golf.

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Ep 010: Risk And Reward

Another big week of golf on the European Tour with Rory McIlroy heading the field at the Pro-Am Dunhill Links Championship.
A larger than normal field tackle three of Scotland’s finest layouts in the Old Course at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns.
It’s a style of golf unlike that faced most weeks by the players and that puts our resident expert John Evans right in his comfort zone as he hunts down several value propositions.

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TG History 19: George Roddy – Unknown Champion

The amazing story of George Roddy, the best golfer you’ve never heard of. Rick Brown, legendary golf writer from Iowa, will soon release a book on the history of golf in the Midwestern State and a big part of that story is George Roddy. Roddy is a character of particular interest to TalkinGolf History host Connor Lewis and in Episode 19 the pair trade tales of the feats of a man whose career is tragically underappreciated and acknowledged.

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Episode 1: Go to the movies. Execute. Repeat

“Tour Mentality” is effectively Nick O’Hern’s superb book of the same name come to life in audio form. With sports writer Matt Cleary, Nick talks of the mental tips and tricks he learned over 20-something years on the European and US PGA Tours, in which he reached No.16 in the world, played on two President’s Cup teams, and twice beat Tiger Woods in match-play.

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1: Episode 1: Go to the movies. Execute. Repeat

“Tour Mentality” is effectively Nick O’Hern’s superb book of the same name come to life in audio form. With sports writer Matt Cleary, Nick talks of the mental tips and tricks he learned over 20-something years on the European and US PGA Tours, in which he reached No.16 in the world, played on two President’s Cup teams, and twice beat Tiger Woods in match-play.

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