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Episode 85: TGH 85: A Golf Historian’s Guide to St Andrews Part 1

We welcome back St Andrews Golf Historian, Roger McStravick to TalkinGolf History to give our listeners a walking tour of the Auld Grey Toon that will be hosting the 150th playing of the Open Championship.

A very special thanks to Monty Python and the Holy Grail for adding some much needed humor to the podcast.

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SOG 121: Joe Ogilvie talks LIV Golf

There’s probably not a lot left to say on the LIV Golf situation but when you get the chance to pick the brains of someone as smart as Joe Ogilvie you grab it.

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Feed the Ball Salon Volume 21, ft. Chris Cochran

Chris Cochran began his career building golf courses for Jack Nicklaus in the mid-1980s. With over 100 international projects completed, he is Nicklaus Design’s longest tenured senior design associate, and since the early 90s has arguably been the most…

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Ep 111: Linn Grant and LIV Golf

In the big picture, the most important thing to happen in golf last week was Linn Grant winning the Scandinavian Mixed event. We at least talked about that a bit before getting completely derailed – like everybody else – by LIV Golf and the turmoil at the top of the men’s professional game.

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Ep 111: Linn Grant and LIV

In the big picture, the most important thing to happen in golf last week was Linn Grant winning the Scandinavian Mixed event. We at least talked about that a bit before getting completely derailed – like everybody else – by LIV Golf and the turmoil at the top of the men’s professional game.

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Ep 110: Minjee and Mickelson with John Huggan

Hardly a dull week in the world of golf so, unusually for us, we’ve turned our attention to the pay for play ranks with special guest John Huggan joining form London as he prepares to cover the first LIV Golf event at the Centurion Club.

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Ep 109: Northcote with Bill Jennings

There was movement at Darebin City Council last week regarding the ongoing use of Northcote golf course and Northcote Community and Golf Hub spokesman Bill Jennings returns to fill in the details of what unfolded.

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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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Episode 83: TGH 83: The Caucasian Clause

This is the story of how the PGA of America’s Caucasian Clause came to be and how it was banished in 1961, and how three men fought back against professional sports only racist bylaw.

This podcast tells the stories of triumph and misery which take place from 1896 to 1962.

A special thanks to our musicians
Matty Cupelli – “Touch”
Music Fellows – “Dream”
MRTN – “Searching”
MRTN – “Fragile”
Three amazing artists and four amazing songs which help us tell this story.

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