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Best Nolayingup podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Golf Strategy School is a place where you can get great actionable tips, strategies, and information from the best and brightest golf instructors from around the world. We feature guests like: Tom Stickney - Golf Magazine Top 100 instructor, Golf Digest Top 20 Under 40 alumni Tim Kremer - Feature speaker at the 2013 PGA & LPGA teaching and coaching summits Geoff Greig - PGA instructor and Amazon best selling author Tyrus York - 2014 Kentucky section PGA teacher of the year. Alison Curdt - 20 ...
 
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Joseph Bramlett came out of the gates firing as golf started back up, finishing T2 and T3 in his first two Korn Ferry events. We chatted with him about his career path from Stanford, missing 4.5 years with back injuries (!), being the first black golfer to graduate from Q-School in 25 years, the current racial tensions in the United States, plus so…
 
Bryson, Bryson, and some more Bryson. We discuss his dominate performance, what this means for the future of his career and the future of the game, and whether or not he's the best player in the world. We also make fun of his asinine comments during the week (33:00), Matt Wolff's strong showing (38:30), and our usual segments (48:00).…
 
This is a really cool episode with one of our group members David Hughes. David has been putting in the work and making sure he has a really solid plan for each round and it recently paid off big time! David shared that there were 3 main keys to his massive improvement over such a short period of time. Making more consistent contact by not over swi…
 
Chris Kirk stepped away from the game in 2019 due to alcoholism and anxiety issues. Now sober, he reflects on his personal journey, when he realized he had a problem, how he addressed it, and how he rebounded to win on the Korn Ferry Tour a few weeks ago. We also discuss his 2014 season, not getting a Ryder Cup selection, a tee ball that traveled 5…
 
DJ wins, Streelman makes a run, Phil has some moments, and the TPC doesn't bite back too hard. We discuss the course setup, DJ's drive on 18, the COVID "outbreak," how the tour moves forward, Daniel Summerhays' run at the Utah Championship, segments, and a whole lot more. We also react live on the air to the shocking news that NBC will be taking ov…
 
The Senior Managing Director, Championships for the USGA, John Bodenhamer joins us to walk us through how they came up with the exemption categories for the US Open, his first time setting up a US Open, how the schedule change will affect Winged Foot, defining "tough but fair," how the USGA recovered from a potential boycott of the US Open, and a l…
 
Want help breaking 90? Join my free Golf 101 | How to Break 90 Facebook group by clicking here At the beginning of this season I was a terrible headcase with my putter. I couldn't get out of my own way and I finally figured out that I was manipulating the putter with my hands but I had a heck of a time trying to stop! It finally hit me that an arti…
 
Webb Simpson wins yet again, and the boys break down a fun week at Harbour Town that included a lot of birdies, a great run from Honest Abe (20:15), the first positive COVID test (50:00), some excellent television coverage (1:00:00), and a lot more. We discuss Harbour Town as a tournament venue, plus we react to the Nantz pod (1:04:00), as well as …
 
Jim Nantz joins to discuss the challenges the CBS crew is facing in the current environment, commercials on television, some takes on the coverage takes, how CBS compares to other networks, and basically anything we asked about. We also discuss the 2019 Masters, rebroadcasting with Tiger, how he knows so many people's names, Tony Romo, and a ton mo…
 
From a dairy farm in Australia to the PGA Tour, Stuart Appleby takes us on a journey that spans how he learned to play American golf, what it was like being in Isleworth with Tiger, Cat's trophy room, and the bizarre playoff at the 2002 Open Championship. He also discusses tragically losing his wife in 1998, almost quitting golf as a result, to fin…
 
Daniel Berger wins, Collin Morikawa misses, Bryson smashes, and everything else from a wild week in golf. We talk about Spieth's up and down week, Rory's fade, Varner's run, Kokrak's near miss, mic'ing up the players, and a ton more. This was a relief to be able to recap some golf again, and a lot of fun.…
 
Professional golf returns this week, and we discuss the OWGR starting back up, the enormous field at the Charles Schwab Challenge, what makes Colonial unique, some picks, and a lot more. We also discuss Spieth's success here, Bryson, Rory playing here for the first time, testing procedures, Augusta buying land, the Korn Ferry events here in Jax, an…
 
Olin Browne is dusting off his plaid jacket and playing the Charles Schwab Challenge this as a former champion of the event. We talked to Olin about why he decided to play, what Colonial is like, golf's return, technology, the PGA Tour Champions, picking up the game at the age of 19, lessons he's learned along the way, shooting 59, and a lot more.…
 
We dove back into the archives to better understand four of the greatest golf collapses of all time. DJ takes us through the 1966 US Open (7:00), Randy on Adam Scott's downfall at the 2012 British Open (32:30), Neil on a flurry of collapses at the 2005 US Open (57:30), and Soly on Greg Norman's defining unraveling at the 1996 Masters (1:11:30). We …
 
Henrik Stenson has often been one of the most requested guests in our podcast history, and he's joins us to chat about his new podcast, growing up in Sweden, emerging from not one but two enormous slumps, and of course the 2016 British Open. We talk breaking clubs, how he spends his summers, the new tour schedule, the challenge it presents for Euro…
 
You've probably heard just about every possible reason as to why you're slicing the golf ball. Grip pressure can be a sneaky contributor to the over the top path issue, and in this episode we look to fix exactly that! Want to see what I'm saying? Here's the link to watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/t0bNBW05mzY Want my free 3 video series on how to…
 
Rob Collins from King Collins Golf Course design joins us again to tell the Sweetens Cove story from the top. The little nine hole course with a shed for a clubhouse has become a cult favorite, and now features a celebrity packed ownership group, but it was many years of challenges, blood, sweat, and many tears before that became the reality. Rob t…
 
How good was that!? We recap a wild and fun Sunday by chatting through our favorite parts, the format, Brady's shaky play, Tiger's stripe show, cart cams, and a ton more. We also talk to producer Jeff Neubarth (19:30) who takes us inside the booth, and on course commentator Justin Thomas makes a great appearance as well (53:00). We discuss what mad…
 
"The Match" returns, pitting the Big Cat and Peyton against Phil and Tom Brady this Sunday at Medalist. In our preview show, presented by DraftKings, we talk with Jeff Neubarth, the producer of The Match, about what to expect with the television product, JT, Barkley, the carts, the mics, and a lot more. On the back end, we share our thoughts on the…
 
Today's guest is Cassie aka - Golf Girl 505 on twitter! What's your handicap? 30 What is your BEST score ever? 93 What is frustrating you the most about your golf game right now? Mid game, and chipping. How often do you practice? About once a week What is your golf goal over the next 12 months? Break 90 If you need help breaking 90 head join our co…
 
We dove into the annals of history to each find a past event that featured some special carnage. We detail where things went wrong (or right, depending on how you look at it) in course setups, the high scores that ensued, the funny occurrences, and of course the classic quotes. The events include the 2004 US Open, the 2017 Bahamas Great Exuma Class…
 
We each went our separate ways, researched a topic we wanted to talk about, and presented it to the group, show and tell style. Neil tackled Bryson's alarming weight gain, DJ takes us on a history tour of Pebble Beach, Soly goes deep on the OWGR, Tron explores future possibilities for the European Tour, and Big Randy tells us about the 2010 Crystal…
 
For most golfers their struggles can be tied to one (or more) of these three common issues. Not knowing how to practice (hitting 7 iron 700 times) Not know how far your clubs go/having unrealistic expectations of yourself Letting bad shots/holes drag down the rest of your round. If you want help on your path to breaking 90 check out our Golf 101| B…
 
Webb Simpson joins for the first time, and we go deep on his golf swing, the Birdman, texting Tom Watson, his golf swing, the belly putter, and a ton more. Webb talks about how different it is trying to close out tournaments now compared to a decade ago, some of the other highlights and lowlights of his career, playing with Bubba in Ryder Cups, pla…
 
This one is going to be a bit more controversial. Who has gotten more love for resumes that might be a little light? We have a lot of different definitions of "overappreciated", and we fleshed these out over and hour and half, and narrowed it down to five overappreciated guys in golf history. You're not going to like some of the names thrown out.…
 
The names Nicklaus, Palmer, Jones, Snead, Sarazen, Tiger, and Phil all roll off the tongue easily when talking about some of the legends of the game. But who are some of the more underappreciated players in the game, both past and present? We each make our case for three guys, and ultimately decide on five underappreciated players. Some are names y…
 
The mental side of golf is complicated, but Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriott have set out to make it easier to understand and comprehend. Their book "Be a Player" is a great guide towards gaining confidence on the golf course. We don't do a lot of game improvement stuff on this podcast, but Soly swears that he cut measurable strokes off his game just …
 
Patrick Cantlay rose quickly through the amateur ranks, and burst onto the professional golf scene as a young amateur before leaving UCLA. He then encountered adversity on top of adversity with injury and personal tragedy, and has clawed his way back inside the top-10 in the world. He takes us through the near career-ending back injury, how he's st…
 
This was a really fun conversation with Julian. He had reached out to find a specific time to record because my schedule was full. In our back and forth I offered a few tips before his next round and he was happy to report his best 9 hole round ever! What's your handicap (your average score)? +25 What is your BEST score ever? +20 (+10 on a 9 hole c…
 
The PGA Tour is scheduled to return at the Charles Schwab Challenge in June, and we discuss the new schedule, the downstream effects, what golf is going to look like when it comes back, and a lot more. Plus we take your voicemails on HR related issues, handicaps, captain's picks, and a bunch more.By NoLayingUp.com
 
In Part I of our deep dive, we go through Tiger's major championship history from his amateur days, to the triumph at Augusta in '97, the Tiger Slam, and into 2001. We put each win into perspective, and touch on his close and not so close calls in between. We also highlight some often forgotten moments of these majors, the "contenders," the great m…
 
With Ryder Cup qualification in complete flux, Tron (Team Europe) and Soly (America all the way) take turns drafting their respective teams, throwing points out the window. They also fill out the assistant captaincies, talk course setup, the rationale behind their picks, and a lot more.By NoLayingUp.com
 
Resident Phil fan Big Randy takes us on a journey through Phil Mickelson's career, from winning as an amateur on the PGA Tour, his major heartbreaks, his breakthrough, gambling, controversy, equipment tinkering, and a ton more. There's so much to cover with this one, we struggled to keep it under two hours. Enjoy.…
 
This is Part 2 of our Club fitting Q&A with Josh, Mike, and Dave from Golftec Columbus. In this episode we finish off our driving conversation by discussing shaft fitting and then dive head first (literally) into iron fittings. There's lots to be learned here again, like some significant statistical milestones to keep in mind during your fitting pr…
 
Be the right club, today! YES! Hal Sutton joins us to talk about how much the game has changed in the last twenty years, the 2000 Players Championship, how much he respects what Tiger Woods has done, the 2004 Ryder Cup, and a bunch more. We cover his amateur career, quickly becoming a winner on tour, what contributed to an almost decade long slump,…
 
I've been getting the "should I get fitted for clubs" question a lot lately, which makes sense, this is the time of the season that people buy new clubs. So I invited past guest, PGA instructor Josh Boggs on to talk shop. Josh graciously grabbed two colleagues who absolutely love the club fitting conversation: Michael McNutt and David Rosinski. Thi…
 
LPGA Tour Commissioner Mike Whan joins the podcast to talk about the decision making process that lead to the LPGA Tour season being postponed, how his team gathered information, the considerations, what it's like to try to reschedule an LPGA Tour event, and how he sees this playing out. He discusses what golf might look like when it comes back, th…
 
Another new format being put to the test this week, as we each come to the table with three of our best "What If?" guys. There's a lot of different interpretations of what that means, but we explore some of the great "what if?" moments of our lifetimes, how differently a few careers would look with just a stroke here or a stroke there, and some lik…
 
JT is back sooner than expected due to the quarantine, and he takes (excellent) listener questions in stride for an hour. Topics include playing with Tiger at the Presidents Cup, joking around with Patrick Reed, how he eats during rounds, filling out a schedule, being the son of a club pro, swing thoughts, go-to shots, playing left handed, and a lo…
 
From working behind the counter in a pro shop, to selling car stereos, to beating Tiger Woods to win the PGA Championship, Rich Beem has lived a crazy life in golf. And that's just skipping past all of the fun he had along the way. He joins us to chat about his career, the good times on the road, winning his first tour event, broadcasting, and the …
 
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