It’s gone way beyond a golf story but there is still plenty of golf stuff to speculate about in the PGA Tour/PIF/DP World Tour deal. So we do.
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 the way for the birth of Good-Good, a corner of the internet where golf nerds can shamelessly congregate to discuss everything from the nuances of a redan par-3 to whether local government has a responsibility to promote golf. Welcome to the golf podcast world’s most eclectic show!
Next week marks International Women’s Golf Day and ambassador and Women and Golf magazine Editor Emma Ballard joins the pod to discuss that, Walton Heath and the upcoming AIG Women’s British Open plus the state of the golf business.
John Huggan joins the pod to discuss Brooks Kopek’s PGA win and as is the way in the New World Golf Order, the broader implications for the top end of the men’s game. From the Ryder Cup to an outburst from Koepka’s coach, nothing happens in isolation in men’s golf any more.
The most interesting tournament his week in world golf will be the Women’s International Crown at TPC Harding Park. Australia’s Sarah Kemp joins us for a behind the scenes look then Jimmy Emmanuel dials in from PNG.
When Karrie Webb talks about golf, people should listen. The seven time major winner joined us this week to talk The Chevron, Augusta National, LIV, Grace Kim and more.
One of the best writers in the game joins the pod this week. Bill Fields was on site all week at Augusta National and has some interesting takes not only on what unfolded but the outlook for the PGA Tour, LIV and professional golf in general.
The clue’s in the title really. It’s Masters week so it’s all about The Masters. Sydney Morning Herald golf writer Adam Pengilly is on the ground at Augusta National and joins the pod to bring us up to speed with everything that has happened so far this week.
Is this a puff piece or a wandering exploration of the changing nature of golf and golfers? You be the judge when Matt Burns, owner of show sponsor Angus and Grace Go Golfing, joins the pod in studio to talk all things golf, golf fashion and more.