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The RGV Tour with PJKoenig

Patrick Koenig Golf Blogger & Podcaster

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Follow Golf Nut and Photographer Patrick Koenig as he tours the country in his Recreational Golf Vehicle (RGV). The RGV Tour podcast provides an inside look into the people, places, and stories that make up the American Golf Landscape. Join the Golf Party.
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The DNA of Things," hosted by Dr. Jeremy Koenig, is an auditory journey into the evolving world of health science, performance, and longevity. This podcast brings together the sharpest minds in the field, including elite health strategists, pioneering scientists, and wellness mavericks, to share cutting-edge practices and revolutionary insights. Each episode is meticulously curated to enrich your understanding of well-being and to extend your vitality, propelling you toward a future filled w ...
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Hosted by broadcaster Shane Bacon, Get a Grip is a golf-centric podcast making light of a rather stuffy sport with legitimate insight into the game. It’s essentially the public golf course of podcasts. The show will offer a look into the PGA Tour week in and week out and have some fun at both the players' and golf fans’ expenses.
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In this episode of "The DNA of Things," host Dr. Jeremy Koenig dives into the transformative potential of genomics with guest Dr. Patrick Short, CEO and co-founder of Sano Genetics. They explore the journey from genomic discovery to practical application, highlighting large-scale genetic research's economic and logistical challenges. Dr. Short shar…
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Shane and Andrew are back to break down a thrilling U.S. Open played last week at Pinehurst No. 2. The two dive into the duel between Rory McIlroy and Bryson DeChambeau and offer thoughts on how the course played before welcoming on the winning caddie, Greg Bodine. Greg, Shane and Andrew discuss Bryson's equipment changes on Sunday, his bunker shot…
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Longtime GolfTripExperts team member (and prolific list-maker) Eric Hart joins “Talking GolfGetaways” to discuss his latest project — transitioning from the golf-content world to running Wild Marsh Golf Club in Minnesota. Eric, Mitch, Darin and Kris discuss the rewards and challenges of golf operations in this episode with a unique “behind the scen…
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In this episode, Dr. Koenig welcomes Edgar MacBean, a prominent figure in genomics, to discuss his journey and contributions to the field. Educated at Duke University and Rush University in health systems management, Edgar has had a significant impact on genomics through his work at companies like Pathway Genomics, Illumina, and Helix. Edgar shares…
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Shane and Andrew are back to break down Andrew's U.S. Open sectional qualifying experience plus his prep and thoughts on The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village. The two dive into some personal updates including child birthdays, remodeling Andrew's house and coffee preferences. Finally, they round off the discussion with the age old question "…
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In this episode of "The DNA of Things," Dr. Jeremy Koenig interviews Mary Olson, a dedicated advocate and researcher specializing in the disproportionate impact of ionizing radiation on women and children. Olson shares her journey into radiation research, which began with a personal radiation exposure incident early in her career. This experience f…
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"I don't know how, or why, but I am moving... back and forth... through time." That line reading from "All Good Things..." has been echoing in our heads for 30 years and today on Transporter Room 3 -- we have the actor who said it: Sir Patrick Stewart. Captain Picard beams on down to share behind the scenes memories of making Star Trek: The Next Ge…
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In this heartfelt episode, we sit down with Lisa Salberg, a pioneering advocate for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) patients and the founder of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Association (HCMA). Lisa shares her deeply personal journey, beginning with her family's tragic history with HCM, a genetic heart condition that has affected multiple gener…
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Shane and Andrew are back to recap the PGA Championship where Andrew finished T-53. He shares his thoughts about the conditions at Valhalla, low scores, and mudballs. The bizarre circumstances of Friday morning are also discussed from both Shane and Andrew's perspectives. Lastly, Andrew talks about makes Xander so good and offers some insight into …
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The Get a Grip Podcast is back with a new format. PGA Tour Member, Andrew Putnam, co-hosts a 6 part series with Shane Bacon. Putnam shares an inside scoop into his lifestyle on tour on and off the golf course. The two dive into traveling with family and kids, growing up playing with Andrew's brother, Michael who played on the PGA Tour, and where hi…
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In this episode, Dr. Koenig discusses deeply with Joe Dee, CEO of Gene Worldwide, a company at the forefront of integrating health into major brands like Apple's core operations and strategies. This conversation delves into the transformative approach of Gene Worldwide in emphasizing health as a core societal value rather than a mere industrial sec…
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Get a Grip started as a collab between two golf people who live and consume golf in totally different ways. The idea was to have someone from the media (Shane Bacon) and someone on Tour (Max Homa) cohost a podcast together. We are getting back to exactly that with the reintroduction of Get a Grip! Partnered with Fried Egg Golf, Get a Grip will cont…
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In this episode, Dr. Garret Yount and Dr. Jeremy Koenig embark on an enlightening journey into vibes and their profound influence on our daily lives. From the conscious to the superconscious, they delve into the intricacies of these energies, exploring how they shape our perceptions, behaviors, and experiences. Through engaging conversation and ins…
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Mitch Laurance, Darin Bunch, Vic Williams and Brian Oar (golf photographer extraordinaire - drink) reunite for the first time in 10 years to visit one of the true under-the-radar golf destinations in the United States — St. George, Utah (with a stop in Mesquite, Nevada along the way). From the brand-new megaresort at Black Desert to the 27 holes (a…
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In this episode, Dr. Koenig sits down with Dr. Carlos Bustamante, a leading figure in population genetics, as he shares insights into his remarkable journey from Venezuela to groundbreaking research in DNA sequencing and genomics. Dr. Bustamante dives into his initiative, Galatea Bio, aiming to revolutionize personalized medicine by integrating glo…
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In this episode, Dr. Jeremy Koenig engages in a captivating discussion with Guy Leitersdorf, the founder of Longevity AI, exploring the transformative intersection of technology and healthcare. Leitersdorf shares his personal journey, shifting his focus from AI in advertising tech to leveraging AI for healthspan extension, influenced by his father'…
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With Star Trek: Discovery in its fifth and final season, Transporter Room 3 beams down with a snapshot review of the first four episodes so far. We discuss what’s working, what could work better (another MacGuffin puzzle plot, really?), and what we thought of “Face the Strange” going full time travel. Listen now and also take a trip to the Replimat…
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In this episode, Dr. Jeremy Koenig sits down with Dr. Nathan Price to explore the transformative landscape of healthcare. Dr. Price, coauthor of "The Age of Scientific Wellness: Why the Future of Medicine Is Personalized, Predictive, Data-Rich, and in Your Hands," sheds light on the paradigm shift from sick care to proactive wellness management. Th…
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Direct from Star Trek: The Cruise, Denise Crosby herself beams into Transporter Room 3 for a wide-ranging chat. We discuss how the Tasha Yar actress got her start in the industry, what it was like growing up with the famous "Crosby" name, why she left Star Trek... and how she's still with Star Trek after all these years! This is a good one, guys. D…
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Wil Mayo joins the Talking GolfGetaways team for a special episode discussing the Rams Hill golf experience in the Southern California desert, plus the views and night sky, House on the Hill luxury lodging (with all-night golf simulator included), future of the project, cookies, tacos and more. Meanwhile, co-host Darin Bunch ends the episode with t…
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In this episode, host Dr. Jeremy Koenig sits down with Dr. Brandon Colby to explore the transformative advancements in genetic research and personalized medicine since the completion of the Human Genome Project. Dr. Colby discusses the significant cost reduction in whole genome sequencing, making it more accessible to individuals and enabling compr…
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Direct from Star Trek: The Cruise! This week, Saru himself - the talented Doug Jones - beams down to Transporter Room 3 and Scott kinda makes him cry, in a good way. Jones takes us behind the scenes of his impressive career, from working with Guillermo del Toro to boldly going onboard Discovery. This is one (sometimes emotional) interview you don't…
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For its 35th anniversary, we're revisiting Star Trek: The Next Generation's "TheMeasure of a Man" -- an all-timer episode of both TNG and all of Trek. It's the one where Picard battles Riker to defend Data's right to be, well, Data. Is he a person, or property? It's a classic Trek-ian argument played out here to courtroom drama perfection, in an ep…
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*In vintage TNG trailer for next week’s episode voice* This week, Scott and Phil beam down to the USS Pegasus to help Will Riker retrieve a dangerous cloaking device. Will we succeed before the Romulans catch us? Find out on an all new episode commentary on Transporter Room 3! That’s right, we’re visiting TNG’s Season 7 episode “The Pegasus,” just …
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It's a Wonderful Life meets Star Trek this week on TR3, as we take a deep-ish dive into "Tapestry" with another episode commentary. Why didn't Michael Piller like this episode? And who really came up with the story? Listen and find out. We also have two Star Trek VI Red Shirts beaming down for the holidays. So don't mess with any Nausicaans and lis…
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Shane has his longtime buddy Ashdon Woods on the pod to unpack into their recent trip to Streamsong Golf Resort in Florida. They cover the highlights from the three courses and the Chain, a new short course on the property, before reviewing the surrounding amenities, like the stellar hotel and food scene. All great tips for those looking to plan a …
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It’s Captain Kirk vs. Commodore Decker vs. the Planet Killer! This week on TR3, we review the classic Star Trek episode “The Doomsday Machine.” We also give our two cents on the recent Lower Decks season finale, with a trip to the Replimat for some movie recs and a stop in the torpedo bay for a massive Red Shirt funeral. So get down to Auxiliary Co…
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A great chat this week with LET Tour player Meghan MacLaren about her life as a professional golfer. Meghan talks about growing up in a golf family, her experiences playing on the Epson Tour in the States, and why writing has been such an amazing outlet for her while chasing her dream. Meghan has an awesome series that dropped this year with Skratc…
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This week's guest is a great one as Patrick Koenig joins the show to talk about his RGV Tour. Patrick and Shane discuss his recent world record-breaking moment on the golf course, how much you still love golf when you've played nearly 500 courses in a year and plenty more! Patrick is one of the good guys in golf so make sure to give him a follow (@…
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It's been long overdue to have Kate Smith on the podcast so we are happy to report she is in fact this week's guest! Kate talks about her great season Epson Tour, what flipped from her rookie year to this level of consistent play, and what she will do to prep for Q-School later this year. Then, Kate and Shane talk about how they got into business t…
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ARRRRRRRRRR in Klingon! Join us as we mournfully yell at sickbay's ceiling in honor of this week's review of "Heart of Glory." How well does this Star Trek: TNG Season 1 episode hold up? Listen and find out. We also chat Star Trek: Prodigy heading to Netflix and a lowkey NYCC, as well as take another trip to the Replimat for some vintage Sly Stallo…
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If you missed the Korn Ferry Tour Championship earlier this month, you missed one of the most gutting moments in the history of professional golf. Shad Tuten was right around the top-30 number on Sunday needing to finish strong to get his PGA Tour card for 2024. Shad got penalized on the 15th hole and that two-shot penalty cost him his PGA Tour car…
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If you live in the northeast you know that we are getting closer and closer to simulator szn. It's basically here for us cold-weathered people and that means the attention turns to indoor golf options so I thought it made sense to chat a little with a man who started a company to make simulator work easier for the consumer. Carl (The Carl behind Ca…
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Transporter Room 3 celebrates its 12th anniversary this week (*toasts glass of Kanar*) with another Star Trek episode commentary: “Charlie X.” It’s Captain Kirk vs. a 17-year-old orphan who can vanish sparring partners like Sam (RIP) or disappear a woman’s face with his mind. We have all the behind-the-scenes trivia you could ever want about the ep…
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Max Homa returns to the podcast after his first Ryder Cup experience to break the whole week down. The two open the podcast talking about the Dodgers run in the playoffs and what a real offseason will look like for Max before diving into the Ryder Cup that wrapped on Sunday. Max talks about playing with Brian Harman, the vibe of the event, and how …
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One of the best events of the entire year in golf is upon us, and who better to have than Golf Digest's Joel Beall on the show to break it all down? Joel is live from the media center at Marco Simone to give us his initial thoughts on the golf course, who he thinks it favors, why it'll be an awesome match play course and plenty more. The two then d…
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Fresh off his third U.S. Mid-Am title, Stewart Hagestad swings by to chat with Shane about the win at Sleepy Hollow. The two discuss the difference between his first mid-am to the most recent one, what he still has left to accomplish in his amateur career, and how cool it will be for Hagestad to play in a U.S. Open (in 2024 at Pinehurst thanks to h…
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Mariner, Boimler, Rutherford, Tendi and the rest of the Lower Decks crew are three episodes in to their newest season and it may be the best one yet - especially after that premiere episode. We review the new season so far and also have a special guest interview: Author Max Evry beams in to discuss his new book about the making of 1984's Dune (star…
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One of the most fun pods of the year is here with Joel Dahmen and Geno Bonnalie, who were gracious enough to have a little fun at their own expense. Geno, who has looped for Joel for nine years, presents his top-five list of the worst shots and/or worst caddie calls of the two's partnership. It's an amazing conversation between two of the nicest gu…
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A fun change to this week's podcast, as Shane traveled to Scotland last month to check out a true links course that is getting a makeover. The Links Golf Club recently purchased Spey Bay and hired the DeVries Designs team to do a full renovation of the property. Mike DeVries, Michael Clayton, and Frank Pont join Shane from Spey Bay to chat about th…
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We have a super-sized, two-part episode on Transporter Room 3, with special guest star and Star Trek creature designer Neville Page. *insert To Be Continued... title card here* With Titan Books' Star Trek: The Art of Neville Page providing a rare behind-the-scenes look into the makeup and creature designs for nearly the last 15 years of boldly goin…
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The pod is flipped today with Claire Rogers of Golf.com fame taking hosting duties to ask Shane questions about his U.S. Amateur experience. Shane chats about the week, how tough Cherry Hills played and the difficulty of competing at a championships level. The two then dive into the comeback season for Bryson DeChambeau, what's left the rest of the…
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It’s been a long road, getting from there to here… Happy 250th episode to us! After 12 years (!), we’ve reached this milestone and we’re celebrating with Pike, the Gorn, Sisko and Shatner’s Captain James T. Kirk! This week, we review “Hegemony,” Strange New Worlds’ Season 2 finale, as well as the recent season. We also take a deep dive into the mak…
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Before Shane departs for Denver to compete in his first-ever U.S. Amateur he catches up with the 2016 champion, Curtis Luck. Curtis and Shane talk about the 2023 Korn Ferry Tour season and what has worked as of late for Curtis before reminiscing about his win at Oakland Hills. Curtis talks about a fairway bunker shot he hit in the stroke play that …
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