The Podcast Network for Serious Golfers
If you’re scouring the internet searching for tips on how to cure your slice or make more putts you’ve landed on the wrong page. But if you love golf and everything it has to offer beyond the score, then TalkinGolf is the place for you. There’s only one rule to be a part of TalkinGolf: you have to love the game.
Estimates say there are as many as 60 million golfers in the world and we all know at least some of them who are completely addicted. The question is why? Join us as we try to discover the answer to that burning question, interviewing golfers both famous – and not – on a monthly quest...
Podcasting brought them together and now the Good Good Golf Podcast is the result. Hosts Derek Duncan, Adrian Logue and Rod Morri are all avid podcast producers and listeners and after admiring each other’s work from a distance for months they finally connected on an episode of the now defunct iSeekGolf Book Club. The loss of that show, however, cleared…
State of the Game was one of the first and is still considered one of the best golf podcasts in the world. Hosted by respected blogger and Golf Channel regular Geoff Shackelford, former European Tour player turned course architect Mike Clayton and long time golf writer Rod Morri this is ‘the golf podcast that talks about stuff that matters.’
Who We Are
We are a podcast network aimed at those who believe golf is more than just a game, we talk everything from history to course architecture to intelligent discussion on the current state of the game and in depth conversations with some of its most influential people past and present. As the slogan suggests, it’s a podcast network for serious golfers. So have look around and if you find something you like subscribe to it and share it with others. If you find something you don’t like share it with us via the contact page. And if you’d like to be a part of it all with your very own podcast, that would be great, too. Check out the ‘Become a Podcaster’ tab and give us a shoutout. There’s only one rule to be a part of TalkinGolf: you have to love the game.