As superintendent of Sand Hills Golf Club for the last 13 years, Kyle Hegland has one of the most unique jobs in golf. The world-renowned course is located in one of the most extreme environments for golf — an arid climate ripped by savage winds and br…
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When Tiger’s back, golf’s back and that’s exactly what we have this week as the 15-time major winner prepares to make his 2020 debut at Torrey Pines in California.
While much of the golf world’s attention will be on the cliff tops in California thanks to that it would be a mistake to ignore the European Tour and what is traditionally one of their strongest events of the year, the Dubai Desert Classic.
It’s also the first week of full field play on the LPGA in Florida so the golf lovers of the world have plenty to be excited about as January winds down.
It was exactly eight years ago today we released Episode One of ‘The golf podcast that talks about stuff that matters’ and 100 shows later has anything really changed in the game? The answer – as always – is both yes and no. There are dozens more golf podcast to choose from and a movement of apparently ‘fan media’ but the ball still goes too far, lots of players still don’t ‘get it’ and Mike Clayton is still – despite what Mguel Angel Jimenez might say – the most interesting man in golf (as well as being among its greatest contributors). Episode 100 is not a look back show but if you’re in the market for an interesting experiment head to the back catalogue and have a listen to that first episode and you’ll hear many of the same themes resonate in the game in 2020.
The History of Donald Ross, Part 1 of a 2 Part Interview with Donald Ross expert, Bradley S. Klein. In this episode, Bradley discusses the strategy, the issues and the internal tug of war of restoring a Donald Ross course, as well as some of his favorite private and publicly accessible Donald Ross courses.
There is also an insider’s look at fighting for the restoration of a brilliant Donald Ross golf hole.
It’s a full book this week as the LPGA returns for 2020 with their first event of the season while the biggest names in world golf are in the Middle East for the European Tour’s Abu Dhabi Championship.
There may be no more intimidating game for a beginner than golf and perhaps no more intimidating place to try to do it than on a golf course. But one Melbourne professional has an idea to change all that and he’s our guest today on Episode 14. Sandy Jamieson operates the Oakleigh Public Golf Course in Melbourne and his One Club concept is already helping to change the face of the game there. But he hopes to make a much broader impact over time, as you’ll hear.
On this episode of the TalkinGolf History Podcast we dive into “The Myths of Ben Hogan” by examining the historical periodicals of the moments that shaped his legend. We are joined by Jeff Martin, the creator of the “Thinking About Golf” website who speaks at length about the myths that helped create the Legend.
Week two of the new year and professional golf is almost back in full swing with three Tours in action this week across the globe.
The US Tour stays in Hawaii for the Sony Open, the European Tour kicks off for 2020 with the South African Open and in Asia the Hong Kong Open – delayed because of political troubles last year – will be played at the Hong Kong Golf Club but without it’s usual European Tour co-sanctioning.
Join host Rod Morri and expert tipster John Evans as they not only break down the best betting chances for the week but peek behind the curtain of world golf to see what makes it tick.