Another episode in our Scotland series, this episode contains the second half of my interview with author and Scottish golf travel expert, Graylyn Loomis, discussing his eBook, How to Plan a Scottish Golf Trip, which is available on his website,
From OneBeardedGolfer.com, a podcast that discusses what we love and hate about the game, sport, and business of golf. Frequent topics include golf travel, amateur, competitive, and public golf experiences, golf architecture, and the spirit of the game.
A mini, pop-up episode containing riffs and an anecdote about playing golf angry. There’s a bit of a confessional about the struggle to keep my emotions and my the 16th hole at the Castle Course in St. Andrews,
A pop-up version of the Blind Shots Podcast, this mini-episode is the “after” of a before and after collection of podcasts about an overdue golf lesson. It’s a little different from the standard interview format,
A pop-up version of the Blind Shots Podcast, the “before” of a before and after collection of podcasts about an overdue golf lesson. This is something a little different that I hope you will like. This podcast is a brief monologue about my fears,
This is the revised story of how a retweet turned into a quest, ending at the Old Course’s first tee. This is the first episode of a series that focuses on The Scotland Experience I enjoyed in the fall of 2019, and all of the shenanigans, plans,
This will be the first episode of a series that focuses on The Scotland Experience I enjoyed in the fall of 2019, and all of the shenanigans, plans, dreams, worries, and luck that went into it. On today’s edition of the show,
A new golf podcast from the author of OneBeardedGolfer.com discussing everything we love and hate about the game, sport, and business of golf.
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of joining Matthew Laurence to tape a quick hit for Backspin Golf, his weekly golf radio show airing Sunday mornings during the golf season on WLXG 1300, our local ESPN affiliate.
It’s often said that Kentucky was the only state to join the Confederacy after the Civil War (ahem, “War of Northern Aggression”) was lost. Despite being the northern-most Southeastern Conference school, culturally speaking,