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Ep 091: Ryder Cup, Mike Whan, PGL and more with John Huggan

How much Ryder Cup is too much Ryder Cup? Is Mike Whan the right man at the right time for the USGA job? Does the PGL have something to offer golf? And what’s to become of the Australian Open? All this and more when John Huggan joins Ep 91 of the Good-Good Golf Podcast.

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Episode 76: Making Whistling Straits

Is it possible we take Whistling Straits for granted? Of all the spectacular builds in the history of golf, from The Lido to Calusa Pines, very little is spoken about how Pete Dye and Herb Kohler transformed flat farmland and an abandoned Army airfield…

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SOG 115:Ryder Cup Preview With Andrew Coltart

It’s that time in the golf cycle again….the interminable wait for the Ryder Cup to get underway. With a week and a bit to go before the first ball is struck former European Tour player now Sky Sorts commentator Andrew Coltart joins Geoff Shackelford, Mike Clayton and Rod Morri to talk all things Whistling Straits and more.

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The Thing About Golf #50: Christian Hamilton

Like so many in golf Christian Hamilton originally dreamt of being a Tour player, but there are a whole army of golfers with a disability that should be thankful that career path never panned out.┬áNow the Programs and Inclusion Senior Manager at Golf Australia, Hamilton sees his role as ensuring the future of the golf…

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Ep 090: A chat from the archives with Leona Maguire

After a stunning week in Ohio Ireland’s Leona Maguire is the toast of golf so what better time to dig into the archives and replay this 2019 chat with her from the Australian Ladies Classic at Bonville.

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Ep 089: Emma Ballard from Women and Golf Magazine

Women and Golf Magazine Editor Emma Ballard joins the pod to talk Carnoustie, SolhiemCup, FedEx Cup, Curtis Cup, her Masters Cup and lots of other stuff on a disorganised and rambling Ep 89.

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The Thing About Golf #49: Roger Maltbie

For a generation of golf fans Roger Maltbie is known only as a TV commentator but the NBC stalwart is so much more than that. The winner of the inaugural Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village in 1976, Maltbie was also a legitimate contender at more than one major and is a five-time PGA Tour winner. Known among his peers as one of the game’s more colourful characters, this lengthy chat with host John Huggan shows Maltbie to be not only a shrewd analyst of the game but a warm and engaging story teller.

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