Episode 79: TGH 79: A Golf Historian’s Scavenger Hunt EP 1

The first and hopefully not the last of a series we call, “A Golf Historian’s Scavenger Hunt,” where your host Connor T. Lewis will discuss historical artifacts from all over the world – share their story and how hard it would be for you to view that item.

This episode will take you to Chicago Golf Club, Oakmont CC and Seminole Golf Club for a show that we think will be unlike any other. Come for the history and stay for the great stories. An insiders look into strange artifacts and how they shaped the game of golf.

A special thanks to the artists who were so kind to allow the show to use their music:

Oak Studios presents “I Just Want Quiet”
Harry Lightfoot presents “Return Triumphant”
Johnny Easton presents “Purpose”

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Author Stephen Proctor joins episode 104 to talk his upcoming book ‘The Long Golden Afternoon’ about one of the most pivotal periods in the games history, 1864-1914. If Stephen’s last book – Monarch Of The Green – is anything to go by this will be a brilliant, insightful and entertaining read.

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Ep 103: Course Rankings – Can They Get It Right?

In polite society it’s religion and politics but in the golf world if you want to start an argument bring up golf course rankings. On Ep 103 Golf Australia Magazine editor Brendan James comes into the studio to talk about the magazine’s latest top 100 list, how courses are judged and some of the myths around the ranking system. Co host Adrian Logue also has a special announcement about an upcoming trip to Barnbougle Dunes.

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SOG 119: Well That Escalated Quickly

The Mickelson mess, the Norman missive, the distance report, beer throwing at Phoenix, falling TV ratings…take your pick we discuss it all with Geoff Shackelford and Mike Clayton on Ep 119 of State of the Game.

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Blind Shots Podcast Season 3 Episode 19: Matthew McCrady of Man O’ War Golf Part 2

We pick up where we left off, discussing the present and future states of merchandising and golf equipment for golfers and meander towards how Matthew sees the dynamic between grass roots junior golf on public courses and exposure to more aspirational …

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Episode 78: TGH 78: The Rise & Demise of Penfold Golf

Another great episode from our series on the birth and death of great golf companies. We welcome back John Barba of MyGolfSpy to the show to tell the unbelievable story of Penfold Golf – the company that wouldn’t die…until it did.

If you are a fan of James Bond, you may remember that James Bond played a Penfold Hearts Golf Ball.

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Ep 102: The Mysterious Richard Pennell

Earlier this year a new talent emerged in the small corner of Golf Twitter that The Good-Good podcast inhabits in the form of the Stymied blog. Author Richard Pennell was a complete unknown to most of us but his writing has struck a chord with many so we decided to get him on the show and have him explain himself.

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Blind Shots Podcast Season 3 Episode 18: Matthew McCrady of Man O’ War Golf, Part 1.

This episode is the first half of my conversation with Matthew McCrady, the Director of Operations at my home practice and fitting facility, Man O’ War Golf in Lexington, Kentucky. We talk all around and thru the state of the golf business,

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Ep 101: John Huggan On His week In Saudi Arabia

What’s Saudi Arabia really like? What was Phil Mickelson thinking when he told John Huggan he was offended by the PGA Tour’s ‘obnoxious greed’? What does the Phoenix Open have to do with The Simpsons and Soccer? And for a change of pace, is the Vic Open the best tournament in Australia? All on Ep 101 of the Good-Good Golf Podcast

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Episode 79: Andrew Green

In just the last several years, designer Andrew Green has played a prominent role in guiding back to their founding architectural spirit a number of prominent major championship courses, including America’s 100 Greatest Courses fixtures Inverness Club,…

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