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Best Pgatour podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Pgatour podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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From current events to the current PGA TOUR event, and from pop culture to pop psychology, join television and radio personality Timm Matthews and musician and entrepreneur Frank Bassett plus the rest of the "Golf Talk America" crew for a free-form discussion covering a variety of entertaining topics.
 
Elvis Duran Presents: Playing Through Podcast! It's 2020...and the new golf season has launched! The Playing Through Podcast hosted by Froggy and Golf Digest's Brian Wacker will keep you up to date on everything going on in the world of golf. From tournament recaps, to player/swing coach/club manufacture interviews, to training aids...we're covering it all!!
 
The Shotgun Start with Andy Johnson of The Fried Egg and Brendan Porath of SB Nation is a podcast waiting for you early in the morning that quickly blasts through a variety of topics (usually) related to golf and (ideally) relevant to the day. It covers news from the pro tours around the world, amusing and important topics from the amateur game the rest of us play, and some irreverent stuff in between. There will be short interviews, previews, reviews, and dives into the archives. It provide ...
 
Golf is a thinking man's game, full of numbers and endless moments to ponder various questions. Come geek out with Will Haskett, veteran golf broadcaster, as he explores high-level questions about the game on a weekly basis, complete with tournament and betting insight. Analytics, strokes gained, fantasy, rankings, history, media, technology, business, psychology and more, let your inner golf nerd out with some of the best minds and thinkers in the game!
 
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The SGS Spotlight is back! With the U.S. Amateur this week, this Friday episode focuses on Bubba Dickerson, who won the U.S. Am during a legendary run in the summer of 2001. Brendan and Andy are joined by Bubba himself, Colin Sheehan, who is the golf coach at Yale and author of The United States Amateur: The History and Personal Recollections of It…
 
Chris Kendrick (Ireland) is a TPI certified Trainer who works at Catalyst Fitness in Atlanta. In this pod he delves into how the body is constructed and how elements work together toward optimal golf performance. He talks about elastic energy for clubhead speed and what you can do to improve and maximize your ability to generate speed. He elaborate…
 
Steg and JD dissect the USPGA at Harding Park. Answers were sought on the following: How good is Collin Morikawa? How much is the Bryson experiment paying off? Is Jordan Speith Ian Baker Finch for the noughties? Is Rory alive? Is Adam Scott colourblind? What will we spend our winnings on? Will TaylorMade hook us up with some new irons? You can get …
 
Charles Lindsay describes himself as “a conceptual artist-adventurer, whose work synthesizes ideas about technology, time, eco-systems, and semiotics.” And he believes playing a ton of golf falls into that description. Lindsay joins host Tom Coyne for a wide-ranging discussion on golf’s relationship with hunting, the search for extraterrestrials, b…
 
Measuring one's golf game against that of peers is something beyond just the PGA Tour. The concept of strokes gained can be applied to golfers of all skill levels. How? Sal Syed, co-founder of Arccos Golf, has refined the tools to make it happen. He stops by the pod to talk about the technological improvements, variance of skill throughout the game…
 
It’s major championship week! Brendan and Andy, coming down from the high of the first major of the year, jump right back in the pool for a preview of the Senior Players at venerable Firestone South. This includes rambling through the field list shouting out names at random, Andy trying to make an enemy of NE Ohio by disparaging the venue, and a fl…
 
Kris McEwen and Bill Bush join the show to discuss their experiences with golf media and playing the game during COVID. The three discuss whether current events in the world has helped them appreciate the game more from a "return to normalcy" perspective, and if golf has evolved in the process. The boys also discuss how the PGA TOUR has responded t…
 
Collin Morikawa wins the 2020 PGA Championship in iconic fashion. We break down the win, the ridiculous shot into 16, a wild Sunday, Koepka, DJ, Finau, Bryson, Rory, Spieth, Wolff, and all of the other key players from the week. We talk Harding Park, course setup, the usual segments, and of course some coverage takes (we make it wayyyy deep in the …
 
It took longer than anyone expected to get there, but the first major championship of the year delivered. Andy and Brendan return for one more daily reaction to the PGA and Collin Morikawa’s win at Harding Park. They assess Morikawa’s rapid ascent since turning pro, his future, and some potential comps to other young superstars. They also drool ove…
 
The great Shane Bacon joins for this loopy Saturday night discussion on the PGA Championship. But first, a debate about the proper sized coffee mug and some troubles Andy has had in this sizing pursuit. On golf, they discuss the manic and bunched leaderboard movements from Saturday at Harding Park and if Sunday’s final round will bring more of the …
 
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 206 and an exclusive behind the scenes road trip! Our crew just returned from an amazing journey to Big Cedar Lodge to shoot a special TV preview of Payne's Valley - the only public design from Tiger Woods on the planet. Go behind the scenes of our road trip, the PV story, the shirtless guy at the truc…
 
This late Friday episode reacts to another full day at the PGA Championship and slowly morphs into a Flashback Friday on the fast life of Mike Lorenzo-Vera, the Frenchman who sits at T2 at Harding Park. Other subjects covered include Rickie’s cut-missing whiff, Brooksy’s rolling around on the ground, Tiger’s chances with 36 to play, the Rory roller…
 
Kira (Kazantsev) Dixon is a former Miss America (2015) and was the National Goodwill Ambassador for Children's Miracle Network. Kira is now actively involved in golf and promoting the game. She is a contributor for The Golf Channel and The USGA. She is also an ambassador for Jack and Barbara Nicklaus's "Play Yellow" campaign. She joins us to share …
 
This Friday episode reacts to a full day of the first major championship in more than a year. A favorite son of the SGS, Brendon Todd is yet again on top of the leaderboard and there is condemnation for those who lost the faith because of potential “bombers’ paradise.” Andy uses this to offer some pointed thoughts on the setup and rough and what, i…
 
This episode features our audio from our Thursday live show directly after coverage ended of the first round of the PGA Championship. We chat Jason Day, Brendon Todd, Bryson, Brooks, The Cat, Rory, Spieth, Rose, the rest of the leaderboard, Harding Park, ESPN+, CBS, and a ton more. More of these to come the rest of the week!…
 
A bonus podcast brought to you by the Shotgun Start Blend at Bixby Coffee features a picks and fantasy chat unlike any other. Brendan and Andy welcome in Fried Egg Paulie, an actual expert and not an idiot, to provide some insights on the PGA Championship and some player strengths to ride at Harding Park. They pepper Paulie with thoughts on low clu…
 
Duncan Carey is the Partnerships Manager for the "15th Club". He is a former Professional Golfer and Club Professional who has parlayed his experiences into a career advising golfers toward better golf. He joins us to help you to a better mindset and decision-making to help you beat the golf course. Duncan talks about risk vs. reward, "horses for c…
 
By now, everybody knows what the 15th Club is doing to bring data analytics to golf and improve performance. Whether it is national teams, individual players or broadcast partners, their work has been incredibly successful. Duncan Carey is the Partnerships Manager for the company and talks 15th Club's origin, philosophy and growth. We also use the …
 
Major championship golf is back! We preview TPC Harding Park, who it's going to favor, who's going to win, who's not going to win, our DraftKings picks, the Big Cat, Rory, and so much more. On the back half, we chat with Curtis Strange who will be on the call this week for ESPN. We chat about major championships, his closest call at the PGA, and wh…
 
Major championship golf is back! And Brendan and Andy are grateful to have it so they begin with a discussion on Ryan Moore skipping to rest for the Courier Cup, which leads to a lengthy chat on Jaco Van Zyl’s career since he similarly skipped majors to prep for the Olympics. Is this the high point in the history of the FedExCup? Following that, th…
 
The new Cleveland Golf ZipCore wedges are here, and so is Brian Schielke, director of marketing for Cleveland/Srixon/XXIO Golf. Brian shares the backstory of ZipCore, including the origins of the name and how long they've been prototyping the wedges prior to release. Adam and Brian discuss the new technology found in each wedge, including the new w…
 
It was the first weekend since March where it felt like we had a full helping of golf, and this Monday episode slowly and aimlessly works through most of it. Andy and Brendan begin with the WGC Swampass at TPC Initech, also now known as the WGC Preferred Lies. They discuss what questions are left for JT after his 13th win at such a young age. Andy …
 
This Friday episode begins with a discussion on Brooksy and his opening 62 as a sign that major season is nigh. Is he back? Did he ever leave? Is he really actually an “afterthought?” Brendan and Andy discuss his current place in the game as well as some amusing quotes in a Golfweek interview on his alleged friendship with DJ and the lack of import…
 
Ken Wang has a degree in economics from MIT, is the brother of fashion designer Vera Wang, and, most important to us, is the founder/owner of the Pete Dye-designed Pound Ridge Golf Club in New York. He joins Tom Coyne to discuss his fervent belief in public courses, how Dye got what he wanted in the design, the democratization of the game, and how …
 
Conor Moore is a comedian and impressionist from Ireland. He has made a name for himself as the Social Media sensation @ConorSketches with his impersonations of various professional golfers and personalities. Conor now has his own show, "The Conor Moore Show" on GolfPass, and he joins "On the Mark" to share his story and have a little fun as he sha…
 
This is a shorter Wednesday episode with Brendan nursing multiple injuries and in concussion protocol while on vacation. The golf schedule this week, however, is full with a lengthy roster of events to choose from for Event of the Week. Andy settles on the LPGA’s return at Inverness for the honor and explains why it should be a great watch. The alt…
 
Chase Seiffert is a graduate of the Korn Ferry Tour, and is now a PGA TOUR professional. Successful at every level, as a student-athlete at Florida State he became the first ever golfer to win the Florida Triple Crown, The Amateur, the Florida Open and the Amateur Match Play Championships, in the same year. After the best PGA TOUR finish of his car…
 
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