Feed the Ball

Hosted ByDerek Duncan

There are podcasts, there is course architecture talk and then there is Feed The Ball. Derek Duncan has become the gold standard in golf course architect interviews and his regular episodes are not only thought provoking but invariably create plenty of discussion. If you’re interested in course architecture and you’re not yet subscribing to this podcast, you’re doing it all wrong.

There are podcasts, there is course architecture talk and then there is Feed The Ball. Derek Duncan is he gold standard in golf course architect interviews and his regular episodes are thought provoking and create plenty of discussion. If you’re interested in course architecture and you’re not yet subscribing to this podcast, you’re doing it all wrong.

 


All Episodes

Episode 61: Jim Urbina

When the story is at last written about the current era of neoclassical architecture, Jim Urbina is certain to be featured as a star character. He represents a distinct branch of the Dye architectural tree having begun his career working on projects fo…

Episode 60: Andy Staples

Over the last 15 years, Andy Staples has created his own space in the field of golf design by pioneering sustainability and efficiency in course construction and operation. He’s also helped create and popularize the concept of “Community Links,

Episode 59: Jeff Brauer

Jeff Brauer began his career in 1977 working for Dick Nugent and Ken Killian in Chicago and represents a vital link to a previous generation of architecture. Since opening his own design firm in Dallas in 1984,

Episode 58: Dave Wilber

Dave Wilber, aka the Turfgrass Zealot, is one of the world’s foremost authorities on golf grasses and soils. Agronomist to the stars, Wilber has consulted with and been instrumental in developing grassing plans for some of the world’s greatest courses,…

Episode 57: Tripp Davis

Tripp Davis is arguably the most skilled amateur player among active architects. He helped the University of Oklahoma win a National Championship in the 1980s and has been a ranked amateur for most of his adult life,

Episode 56: Paul Cowley

Paul Cowley has worn many hats in his golf career: land and landscape planner, structural architect, superintendent and construction engineer. The majority of his golf architecture career, however, was spent running projects and designing courses for M…

Episode 55: Tom Dunne

Tom Dunne founded the independent golf journal McKellar in 2017. Featuring alluring artwork with a playful point of view and stories from the best writers in the business, McKellar has become one of the brightest stars of a much welcomed revival of bou…

Episode 54: Frank Pont

Dutch architect Frank Pont made a dramatic jump from the diverse worlds of engineering, corporate banking and mergers into golf course design in the mid-2000s. Since that time he’s become one of Europe’s most active and respected practitioners in histo…

Episode 53: Eric Iverson

Eric Iverson has worked with Tom Doak at Renaissance Golf Design since 2001. He’s widely viewed by his peers as one of the business’s most skilled and creative shapers and construction specialists. He helped craft such instant classics like Ballyneal,