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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, television & radio personality Frank Bassett plus the rest of the "Golf Talk America" crew for a free-form discussion covering a variety of entertaining topics.
 
A Golf Business Podcast for Golf Professionals who want to innovate and drive change in the Golf Business and their careers. Created by PGA of America Professional and change maker Jay LeDuc. I share my personal experiences and insights along my journey as a PGA Golf Professional, Strategist, Innovator and Creator and how they can be applied by golf professionals.
 
By Golf Professionals for Golf Professionals. The Golf Business podcast bringing you the best education and information from the top PGA Golf Professionals in the industry as well as leaders from outside the golf business. Presented by the Golf Business Network, the leading network for Golf Professionals that are looking to excel in their careers and make an impact every day. Hosted by PGA Professional, Dean Kandle, Dean brings two decades of experience to the podcast and utilizes his knowle ...
 
Sports' Forgotten Heroes is a tribute to the stars who shaped the games we love to watch and the games we love to play. Sports' Forgotten Heroes is not about reliving the careers of superstars we talk about every day like Muhammed Ali, Jim Brown, Babe Ruth or Michael Jordan. Rather, Sports' Forgotten Heroes is about the stars who have faded away with time. Some were elected to their respective Hall of Fame, others might have had one great season, or just one great game that will live in infa ...
 
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The Tournament Code

Cooper Collins & Daniel Hamrin

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The Tournament Code breaks down what it takes to play elite tournament golf. Our guests include players on the PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, Latin America Tour, Forme Tour, and other various mini-tours, as well as college golf coaches, swing coaches, strategists, and sports psychologists.
 
The 19th Hole Golf Show is a golf podcast featuring in-depth, intelligent discussion of the most important topics in golf. Host Ryan Ballengee from Golf News Net talks about recent events and issues on the PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA Tour and other major golf tournaments around the world. He digs in on golf course architecture, fantasy golf, golf travel and the issues facing the business of the game. Ryan covers a little bit of everything in golf, and he's joined occasionally by some of th ...
 
The funniest sports comedy podcast in America according to our moms. Hosted by comedians and sports experts Jordan Pomaville and Joel Anderson and sports outsider Phil Ranta, episodes are a mix of analysis of breaking sports news, predictions, comedy sketches, funny interviews, and deep dives into the strangest moments in sports history.
 
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Seth Waugh, the CEO of the PGA of America, joins Andy to talk about a range of recent happenings and hot-button issues. They discuss the decisions the PGA made when Covid-19 hit, how the organization goes about selecting host sites, the Ryder Cup, and the emergence of LIV Golf. Seth also gives details on two major golf course developments that the …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Andrew Dorn (@adorn11). Andrew played collegiately at Coastal Carolina and was a very accomplished player, earning two individual at-large bids to the NCAA Regional Championships in his junior and senior years. Andrew was also a decorated amateur player, winning the prestigious North and South Amateur and qualifyin…
 
Lately Garrett has been wondering how recent technological advances, especially in the field of artificial intelligence, may change golf architecture in the coming decades. So he called up Peter Flory (@nle_golf), whose digital modeling was a key component of the Lido project in Wisconsin. Peter tells Garrett how he researched the history of the C.…
 
You asked, we answered. Andy and Garrett tackle a variety of golf architecture-related questions from listeners, including ones about the impact a potential equipment rollback will have on championship courses, which practices in modern golf course design are most objectionable, Robert Trent Jones II's pot-stirring Golf Magazine interview, why the …
 
On this week's show, Ryan recaps his time at the PGA Show and some special things and people he saw in Orlando. Then he gets into the Reed-McIlroy brouhaha in Dubai and how it's so much more than a LIV-PGA Tour thing. Finally, Ryan digs the Farmers ending on Saturday and wants more of it.By Ryan Ballengee, Golf News Net
 
Rodrigue Vie (@thecollegegolfpodcast) is originally from Remiremenont, France and moved to the USA at age 19 to play college golf at Bowling Green State University. During the 2019-2020 season, Rod averaged 71.72 over 21 rounds and was consistently the best player on the team. Rod also medaled at the Tom Tontimonia Invitational, becoming the first …
 
After a two-year layoff to recover from shoulder surgery, Zac Blair is back on the PGA Tour this season. He's also back on the podcast, chatting with Andy about his return to professional golf. They also discuss the final stages of his Tree Farm project in South Carolina and the different contributions that he, Tom Doak, and Kye Goalby brought to t…
 
The GCSAA Golf Championships, held annually in conjunction with the GCSAA Convention and Trade Show, is the biggest tournament of the year for golf course superintendents who play competitively. We attended last year’s edition and found it to be a fun, impressive event. With this year’s GCSAA Golf Championships approaching (February 4-6 in Orlando)…
 
In this episode we are joined by Billy Tom Sargent (@SargentGolf10). During college, Billy Tom became the first player from Western Kentucky University to ever compete in the NCAA National Championships, where he ended up finishing t-11th. In his first year out of college he turned professional and advanced all the way from pre-qualifying to the fi…
 
It has been over six years since Rob Collins's first appearance on The Fried Egg podcast. He was guest No. 4 back in 2016, and a lot has happened for his architecture firm King-Collins Golf since then. Rob talks with Andy about his busy 2022, which included the opening of Landmand Golf Club in Nebraska and his ongoing work at Red Feather Golf and S…
 
The Official PFRA Podcast is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. HIGHLIGHTED SHOW The Professional Football Researchers Association (PFRA) was founded in Canton, Ohio in 1979 to foster the study of professional football as a significant and athletic institution; to establish an accurate historical account of…
 
With the 2023 golf season underway, we're already thinking ahead to the four men's major championships. Joseph LaMagna, who writes the excellent Finding the Edge newsletter, joins Andy to discuss which players have the best chance of winning a big one this year. They sort players into tiers ranging from "No Contention = Major Failure" to "Lightning…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Lou Stagner (@LouStagner), who applied his background in data analytics to become a strategy coach for PGA Tour players as well as high level amateurs. Lou is also the Data Insights Lead at Arccos golf and the assistant coach at Princeton. Through the release of his research on golf statistics, Lou has become very …
 
We're back with another edition of the Yolk with Doak, our series with golf architect Tom Doak. Andy and Tom devote a portion of this episode to discussing Ballyneal Golf and Hunt Club, Tom's acclaimed 2006 design in the Chop Hills of Colorado. They talk about Ballyneal's conception, how the owners influenced the final product, comparisons to Coore…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. George Tate (@golfmovementsystems) is a physical therapist who currently specializes with golfers. George played college golf at Southern Illinois Carbondale before getting his doctorate degree at Bellarmine University. Currently, George lives in Louisville, Kentucky and owns Golf Movement Systems which focuses…
 
Yesterday, Pinehurst announced that Tom Doak will design the resort's 10th 18-hole course on a dramatic property in Aberdeen, NC. Tom joins Andy to talk about the factors that will make No. 10 unique, including its elevation changes and the fast timeline for the project (his crew has already broken ground). They also discuss Pinehurst more generall…
 
In the first pod of the new year, Andy and Garrett spend some time reflecting on their favorite golf moments from 2022 before looking ahead and picking a few things they're excited about in 2023. First they revisit memories from the biggest tournaments of the past year and relive casual rounds that exceeded expectations. Then they each choose a cou…
 
027: Jason Novetsky, Ph.D. “Dr. J” – Thriving Under Pressure, Developing an Identity In this episode, we are joined by Jason Novetsky, Ph.D. aka “Dr. J” (@jsnovetskyphd), who is a Sport & Performance Psychology Coach and owner of Champion Mindset Group (https://www.champmindset.com/). Dr. J has a Ph.D. in Education, a Masters in School & Clinical P…
 
In this episode, we are joined by JonErik Alford (@JonErikAlford), who is currently a 6th year senior at Ohio State University. During his first few years in college, JonErik battled various health issues which doctors could not diagnose. Through this, JonErik went down a personal health journey which led him to seek out functional medicine methods…
 
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, golf caught on outside of Scotland for the first time. The game became especially popular in England, where the number of clubs skyrocketed in the 1890s and the first decade of the 1900s. Michael Morrison’s new book The Great English Golf Boom, 1864-1914: A History chronicles these developments with unprec…
 
There’s an argument to be made that Walter Travis, the Australian-born American golfer who lived from 1862 to 1927, is the most underrated golf architect of the Golden Age. To learn more about Travis’s life and work, Andy sits down with Renaissance Golf Design associate Brian Schneider, who has done restoration work at several Travis courses. Andy …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Scott Fawcett (@scottfawcett), a PGA Tour strategy coach. Scott created DECADE golf, which is a systematic way to approach golf strategy. Scott played collegiately at Texas A&M for two years before getting sidelined by an injury. After college, Scott played professionally and had some success including a win on the…
 
The Official World Golf Ranking has unexpectedly become a lightning rod for debate this year because of its decisions to overhaul its formula and turn down the upstart LIV Golf league's request for immediate membership. To sort through this mess, Garrett sits down with Joseph LaMagna (@JosephLaMagna), co-founder of Optimal Approach Golf and author …
 
Garrett welcomes author Bob Cullen to the podcast to help explain the mysterious ways in which golf can transform a beginner into an addict overnight. Bob examined the subject in his book Why Golf?, which was published over 20 years ago and happens to be one of Garrett's favorite books on the game. Bob also talks about how his experience as a golfe…
 
In this episode, Kiel Alderink (@KielAlderink) shares with us his knowledge about coaching players to become the best they can be. Kiel is a Mental Golf Type certified coach, which is a personality test made for golfers to help them figure out how they think and perform better. Kiel is also the director of instruction at The Academy at Black Creek …
 
The Fried Egg is launching a membership! It's called Club TFE. Starting on January 2, 2023, members will have access to exclusive content, along with a variety of other perks. In this episode, Andy and Garrett dive into the details of what Club TFE will offer. They also chat about the history of The Fried Egg and how they think the company fits int…
 
In this episode, Dawson Armstrong (@DawsonGolf) describes his journey from junior golf to the Korn Ferry Tour. Dawson won his first AJGA start in Nashville and went on to play at Lipscomb University for four years. During his college career, Dawson accumulated 10 victories, including NCAA Regionals medalist honors in 2017. After college, Dawson pla…
 
If you're a regular listener to The Fried Egg, chances are you've spent a fair amount of time thinking about golf course architecture. But have you ever looked at clubhouses—and other kinds of vertical structures often found on golf courses—and thought about how they're designed? Garrett has been curious about this subject for a while, and that's w…
 
In this episode, Ben Waters, (@SGNutritionBen) shared his knowledge of nutrition and how that ties into golf performance. Ben is a BTN Academy Nutrition coach and the owner of Strokes Gained Nutrition. During the 2021 Korn Ferry season, Ben quit his day job and caddied for his longtime friend, Harry Hall. During that season they won the Wichita Ope…
 
Nick Sherburne, founder of Club Champion, brings decades of experience as a club maker and fitter to the podcast as he and Andy put together sets of their favorite clubs from the 80s, 90s, and early aughts. If the mention of names like Orlimar, Adams, Zebra, and Sonartec give you pangs of nostalgia, you'll enjoy Nick and Andy's lively Black Friday …
 
Thanksgiving Day, 1924. The recently-established tradition of the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team hosting the Pennsylvania State Nittany Lions on the afternoon of the national autumnal holiday continues. Orville Mulligan: Sports Writer is sent to cover the Pitt-Penn State “Keystone Classic” of 1924; in so doing, he discovers a throu…
 
In today's edition of the Yolk with Doak, Tom and Andy begin by reminiscing about their visits to Scotland earlier this year. A discussion of restorations, including Tom's own work at the Lido, takes up the middle part of the episode, and they finish with Tom answering listener questions about balancing client demands, handling criticism, choosing …
 
In this episode, Auburn golfer JM Butler (@JMButler2020) gives us a look at what it’s like to be on the #1 college golf team in the country. JM has won multiple times in college and holds the school scoring record for 54 holes at -18. Other titles that JM holds include the KSHAA State Championship and the Kentucky State Amateur. He is a junior at A…
 
The Yolk with Doak is back! After a busy few months of travel for both Andy and Tom, they had a lot to catch up on. They start by talking about the revival of High Pointe, the first course Tom designed. He shares details about the routing, timeline, and whether he'll once again be the one shaping the greens. Next, some updates on the other ongoing …
 
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