Best Nolayingup podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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Stanford standout, and fresh off his rookie campaign on the Web.com Tour, Maverick McNealy joins to talk about his golf career. From walking on at Stanford, to winning the Haskins Award, and tying Tiger Woods’ and Patrick Rodgers’ Stanford record for wins, to the drama surrounding his decision to turn pro, what he struggled with in 2018, what h ...…
 
In Part II of our mailbag podcast, we talk about future NLU events, how we would design a golf course for the PGA Tour, pulling in podcast guests, The Match between Tiger and Phil, who these guys should bring to the match to gain a psychological edge, our favorite round of golf ever, and a ton more. https://ia601504.us.archive.org/8/items/Mailb ...…
 
In part I of our November mailbag podcast, we talk about the American golf model compared to the UK model, municipal golf, the course we’d most want to play in the world, some recent Twitter shenanigans, who has the best job in golf, and a lot more. Thanks to everyone for the questions, and stay tuned for part II next week. https://ia601501.us. ...…
 
As we’re set to premiere season 2 of Tourist Sauce on YouTube this week, we thought we’d chat with a connoisseur of links golf this week on the podcast. Enter Tom Coyne, who spend 56 days in the UK in 2015, playing 107 rounds as he wrote his book “A Course Called Scotland.” We talked to Tom about what makes Scotland so special, some of his favo ...…
 
After spending the weekend at The Ringer at Sweetens Cove with Zac Blair and course architect Rob Collins, we caught up wit them on the masterpiece that is Sweetens, and to get updates on the status of the course Zac is building in Utah called The Buck Club. We hear from Rob on what it was like to build Sweetens, and why Zac felt like Rob was t ...…
 
George Gankas joins the podcast to talk about his teaching career, his meteoric rise through the Instagram ranks, to now working with some of the top professionals in the game today. He talks about the technique he teaches, why players come to him for speed, and what it’s like being a golf instructor that doesn’t fit inside the box of what you ...…
 
One wrap up podcast was not enough. Settled back in the US, Soly chats with Job Fickett on everything that went wrong for the US, as well as dealing with the drama that has transpired since the Ryder Cup wrapped up. We talk about Reed roasting Spieth and Furyk, the DJ/Koepka fight, Le Golf National, future Ryder Cups, some second guessing, and ...…
 
Max Homa is headed back to the PGA Tour this week, and he stopped by the Killhouse while in town for the Web.com Tour Championship. He talks about what he’s learned from his time on the PGA Tour, the Web.com Tour, and everything in his golf career to date. He talks in detail about his previous stints on the big tour and why that hasn’t worked o ...…
 
Europe dominated a favorite U.S. team, beating them to a pulp in Paris, and Kevin Van Valkenburg from ESPN joins to share in my misery. We do a tiny bit of second guessing, attempt our best to figure out where it went wrong, and go through some of the key moments from an ugly weekend. We talk about the course setup at Le Golf National, Tiger, P ...…
 
We all started believing this would happen back in February. But if you thought this was possible a year ago, you’re lying. Tiger Woods has won his first PGA Tour event in five years. We’re here to try to put that into perspective, and to reflect on the incredible scene of his biggest fans lining up 40 rows deep to watch him come up the last ho ...…
 
Our man Bones won’t be caddying in the Ryder Cup for the first time since 1993, but he’s here to share some incredible stories from the 11 Cups he was on Phil’s bag for. He also shares an incredible story from the 1993 Ryder Cup that he was attending as a fan, some insight into how pairings work, and how he sees this year’s event playing out. W ...…
 
The teams are set, and we’re a few short weeks away from balls going in the air at the 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National in France. Our European Tour correspondent Job Fickett joins the podcast to talk about how the teams were formed, whether or not the captains got it right, how the pods will fall out, and everything else with the biggest eve ...…
 
Gil Hanse joins us from Aronimink Golf Club at the 2018 BMW Championship to discuss the restoration work his team performed there, how it will play for professionals, and what the goal of the restoration was. We also talk about many of his other projects, including Pinehurst #4, Streamsong Black, Ohoopee Match Club, and the Cradle. Gil is one o ...…
 
Marc Leishman and his caddie Matty Kelly join us at the BMW Championship to talk about their relationship, the early stages of professional golf in the US, and some stories along the way. Marc talks about defending the title at the BMW Championship. Marc also talks about almost losing his wife to sepsis, and how that has changed his perspective ...…
 
Continuing where we left of from the previous podcast, we head to Wales to breakdown the rainsuit controversy of 2010, the Corey Pavin/Jim Gray dustup, Rickie Fowler, and Hunter Mahan. From there, we cover the Miracle at Medinah in 2012, Phil running Tom Watson after the 2014 Ryder Cup, the formation of the Task Force, and the United States’ tr ...…
 
In Part I of our deep dive into the last 20 years of play of the Ryder Cup, we break down the 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2008 Ryder Cups in great detail. We go through the rosters from each team, the results, and most importantly, the drama. Starting with 1999, we go through the incredible remarks made in the opening press conference, all the ...…
 
*Justin Thomas makes his annual appearance on the podcast, discussing how badly he’s getting beaten up for cart fees on the Citi commercial, how life has changed since winning the $10M FedExCup prize. what his first Presidents Cup experience was like, and what he’s looking forward to regarding the Ryder Cup. We also discuss the fan incident fro ...…
 
Golf course designer Bruce Hepner joins to talk about his background working in the industry, working with Tom Doak for 17 years, his current restoration projects, and a ton more. Bruce has worked on some of the most significant new designs in the last 20 years, including Pacific Dunes, Cape Kidnappers, Ballyneal, Sebonack, Streamsong, and many ...…
 
Brooks Koepka is your 2018 PGA Championship, but it was the Big Cat that captured our hearts with a fiery 64 to finish two shots out of first. Kyle Porter from CBS and Kevin Van Valkenburg from ESPN join us to give their input from their experience on the ground, what it was like to be among the crowd for a special day of golf, and to provide t ...…
 
*Julian Suri joins us to talk about his recent run on the European Tour, his path from Duke through the Florida mini-tours, through the Challenge Tour, and what will hopefully be the PGA Tour in the coming months. Following the path blazed by fellow Americans Brooks Koepka and Peter Uihlein, Suri plays a worldwide schedule, and has risen from o ...…
 
Our European Tour correspondent Job Fickett joined to take a look at current Ryder Cup standings, who are the locks, the captain’s picks as of today, and who has the edge as of the end of July. We talk about Bubba, Webb, Tiger and his potential pairings, who Bryson matches up with, whether or not the Reed/Spieth team will stay together, where J ...…
 
In Part II of our Scotland recap, we talk about our experiences at Cruden Bay, Cullen, Castle Stuart, Nairn, Brora, and Royal Dornoch. We also go into our favorite courses of the trip, the best experiences, the best holes, our composite routing, surprises, misconceptions about Scotland, and a lot more. This was a dream trip, and we can’t wait t ...…
 
We spent 8 days in Scotland playing some of the most fun golf courses in the world in amazingly firm conditions, and we’re here to break down our trip. We crammed a lot of golf into a short period of time, and couldn’t fit our wrap-up into one episode. In Part I of our recap, we talk about Scotland’s golf regions (10:00), Kilspindie (11:05), Mu ...…
 
Francesco Molinari is the Champion Golfer of the Year, and we break down everything that happened in one of the most fun weeks of golf. We chat about Carnoustie, Tiger, Spieth, Rory, ZJ, what makes the Open so great, and a lot more. We also discuss the broadcast, the number of commercial breaks, and everything else from the British Open. https: ...…
 
We’re back! Joined by long time guest Shane Bacon from Fox Sports, we break down everything you need to know about the UK British Open presented by Her Majesty held this week at Carnoustie. Scotland is experiencing one of their warmest and driest summers on record, and the conditions are going to be about as firm and fast as possible. We break ...…
 
From the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in Chicago, Big Randy and Soly sit down with Jessica and Nelly Korda to talk about their relationship, what it’s like to be on the LPGA Tour together, how well they get along, and whether or not they root for each other. We also talked about the intense surgery that Jessica endured during the offseason, wh ...…
 
From the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship outside of Chicago, we got a chance to sit down with one of the biggest stars in the game, Lydia Ko. We discuss her preparation for a major championship, her struggles in recent years and how she’s gotten back on track this season, her cycle through a lot of caddies, and why she doesn’t see herself playing ...…
 
Coming to you from the BMW International in Cologne, Germany, Stephan Jaeger joins the podcast to talk about growing up in Bavaria, golf in Germany, coming to the United States, and golf in Tennessee. He talks about his experience on the Web.com Tour, transitioning to the PGA TOUR, winning four times in the span of three years, and shooting 58 ...…
 
Four time major champion Ernie Els joins us from the BMW International just outside of Cologne, Germany to talk about his career as an international player, some U.S. Open memories, and some stories from his legendary jet rides. Ernie also talked passionately about his foundation, the recent struggles from the USGA, jet lag, his recent form, an ...…
 
Brooks Koepka has won his second straight U.S. Open title, and the gang is here to break it down from beginning to end. We talk about Koepka’s play down the stretch, the setup day to day by the USGA, the controversy around Phil’s antics, DJ’s disappointing weekend, and a lot more. We also touch on the Fox broadcast, our favorite moments of the ...…
 
The CEO of the USGA, Mike Davis joins us to talk about his background in golf, the U.S. Open returning to Shinnecock Hills, the USGA’s reaction to the low scores at Erin Hills, and how they are setting up the golf course for the national championship. We also ask him about other potential U.S. Open venues, and couldn’t leave without mentioning ...…
 
Fox’s Joe Buck joins to talk about the 2018 U.S. Open, what it’s like to call golf compared to other sports, and how he deals with criticism. He discusses how the Fox team recovered from a rough 2015, what the points of emphasis are for their broadcast, who he has learned from, calling Brooks Koepka’s girlfriend by the wrong name, and the funk ...…
 
Curtis Strange is back to talk about Shinnecock Hills in advance of next week’s U.S. Open, as well as to share some stories from his days playing the U.S. Open, which includes winning both the ’88 and ’89 renditions. He talks about his ideal U.S. Open setup, what courses he liked playing and which ones he didn’t, and which skills he believes ar ...…
 
Lucas Glover joins us to talk about his career as an elite player at Clemson, to winning on the PGA Tour, to becoming a major champion, battling through injury and the yips, and his career resurgence. We break down the 2009 U.S. Open in detail, as well as his experience in the Presidents Cup, Walker Cup, and a lot more. Thanks a ton to Lucas fo ...…
 
We got a chance to participate in the U.S. Open media day at Shinnecock Hills, and we sat down to talk about the experience playing the historic track. We talk about the changes made since the 2004 U.S. Open, the widening and then the narrowing, expanded green complexes, and new tee boxes. We bounce around some ideas on who we think the course ...…
 
Curtis Luck from the victorious #TeamTron and Edward Loar from #TeamSoly join the podcast to talk about their experience putting up with us at the BMW Charity Pro-Am. We hear from them on what they would improve about our games, their favorite moments from the week, and the experience in general. We also discuss each of their careers, their pat ...…
 
Paul Azinger joins the podcast to talk about his unique rise from not being able to break 70 as a freshman in college, to living out of an RV on tour for 3 years, the heartbreak of the ’87 Open Championship, and winning the Player of the Year. We discussed his impressive run from ’87 to ’93, and of course discuss his storied history with the Ry ...…
 
Soly, DJ, and Tron wrap up the 2018 PLAYERS. We talk about what we saw out on the course this week, how we took in the tournament, what the event means to each of us, and where it stands in the game. We talk Webb, Big Cat, course setup, the tournament moving back to March, the broadcast, and a lot more. Thanks a lot to everyone the helped make ...…
 
Jon Rahm joins the podcast to talk about his upbringing in a small town on the northern coast of Spain, coming to the United States not knowing English, his college experience, and his transition to professional golf. We discus his first PGA TOUR event, his immediate success, winning, and being in contention for the first time in a major. We al ...…
 
Tommy Fleetwood joins the podcast to talk about his meteoric rise in the world rankings, how much his life has changed in the last year. We talk about his dominance in Abu Dhabi, his run at the ’17 U.S. Open, playing in the Open Championship in his home town of Southport, England, and the 2018 Ryder Cup. Thanks a ton to Tommy for the time (and ...…
 
In Part II of our Bandon Dunes recap, we break down Bandon Trails and Old MacDonald. Additionally, we divvy up how we would break out 10 rounds between the four Bandon courses, what our favorite holes are, what our favorite three hole stretches were, and what stuck with us the most from our four days on site. Obviously this trip resonated prett ...…
 
We made the spiritual journey out west to play some of the best golf the United States has to offer at Bandon Dunes. In Part 1 of this podcast, we break down Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes, the atmosphere at the resort, the American links golf experience, and what makes Bandon Dunes so damn special. Stay tuned for Part II later this week. https ...…
 
Columbia Business School professor Mark Broadie joins to talk about stats in golf, how he developed strokes gained, how it relates to the PGA TOUR, and how it relates to the amateur golfer. There’s a lot to learn from someone who has spent this much time analyzing the game, and I promise that there is a lot you will take away from this podcast ...…
 
We’re joined by Alison Lee and Bronte Law to talk about life on the LPGA Tour, going to college together at UCLA, amateur golf vs. professional golf, and a lot more. With a deep knowledge of each other, and more stories than we could fit in an hour, we just got out of the way and let them roast each other. They tell hilarious stories from their ...…
 
Patrick Reed is your 2018 Masters champion, and I’m joined by Big Randy, DJ Pie, and Tron Carter in the Killhouse as we recap the best week in golf. We talk in detail about Reed, his record, his past, and why he’s such a complicated figure for golf fans. We also discuss Spieth’s epic charge, Rory’s Sunday disappointment, Rickie Fowler’s late he ...…
 
Part IV of our Masters Preview Podcast series features our picks, our three guys we’d take vs. the field, and some amazing mailbag questions. We discuss our favorite holes, what holes we could make par on if our life depended on it, what shots we’d love to have replayed, and a lot more. Thanks a ton to everyone for tuning in these last two week ...…
 
Andy Johnson of Fried Egg fame finally joins the podcast to talk about Augusta National from an architecture standpoint. We talk about what we like, what we don’t like, and get some expert insight on what kind of changes he would like to see made at Augusta. We also talk about the history of the course, the changes to the course as technology h ...…
 
Matty Kelly, who has caddied for Marc Leishman over the last decade, joins us in the Killhouse to talk about his career as a caddie, how he ended up coming to the states to pick up Marc’s bag, and some stories along the way. He talks about their experience at Augusta, how they play certain holes, some things he’s learned in his years caddying i ...…
 
In Part I of our Masters preview, we welcome back Jim “Bones” Mackay to talk in detail about his days as Phil Mickelson’s caddie. We go into great detail with some amazing stories about Phil’s breakthrough wins in ’04, as well as his second and third titles in ’06 and ’10. I continue to be amazed at his ability to recall the exact conversations ...…
 
LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan joins the podcast to talk about his background, his time at the LPGA Tour, and the hottest topics surrounding the world of women’s golf. We talk about what it’s like to pitch to a sponsor, what kind of atmosphere he promotes, and just how much fun the LPGA Tour is. We also talk about some of the misconceptions around ...…
 
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