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Best Richard Kaufman Img Audio podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Richard Kaufman Img Audio podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The Round is a podcast series where golf commentator Richard Kaufman interviews golfers from around the world. The Round is where it begins, with each interview starting with the round that defines the player's career, chosen by the golfer themselves. Players from the world's major tours tell some wonderful stories, of the individual journey that took them to their significant moment, who helped them along the way and what happened afterwards.@theroundpodcast
 
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Marcus Buckland, Becky Brewerton and Matt Adams react to a riveting Final Day of the Solheim Cup 2019 at Gleneagles in Scotland, where Europe regained the trophy. Hear from match-winner Suzann Pettersen as well as victorious captain Catriona Matthew.By Richard Kaufman/IMG Audio
 
Marcus Buckland, Beth Allen and Paul Eales react to day two of the Solheim Cup 2019 at Gleneagles in Scotland. Hear from some of the stars of the day, ahead of a dramatic finale on Sunday.By Richard Kaufman/IMG Audio
 
Gigi Salmon, Fanny Sunesson and Matt Adams react to day one of the Solheim Cup 2019 at Gleneagles in Scotland. Hear from the key protagonists on a dramatic day which sees Europe take a slender advantage into Saturday’s action.By Richard Kaufman/IMG Audio
 
Marcus Buckland, Matt Adams and Fanny Sunesson bring you the latest from Solheim Cup 2019 at Gleneagles in Scotland, as Catriona Matthew and Juli Inkster reveal their foursomes pairings for the opening session on Friday morning. Hear from both captains as we build-up to the most anticipated event in women’s golf.…
 
The last in the series of the Round Golf Podcast and a great way to bring it to a conclusion, with a golfer who has a fascinating story. When you go through the career of Mel Reid you realise that for a player still only in her early thirties, she has gone through a lifetime of experiences. This interview reveals what she made of the Clive Woodward…
 
What are the chances of a golfer who grew up in India winning one of the European Tour’s most prestigious events at the home of golf on a links course? Jeev Milkha Singh has been a ground-breaking golfer for India, and arguably his country’s most successful. The son of sporting internationals, Jeev tells the story of how his father overcame tragedy…
 
Winning a major championship is a huge achievement for any golfer. Doing so just 11 weeks after giving birth to her second child makes Catriona Matthew's accomplishment of claiming the Women's British Open extraordinary. Throw in the fact it was just her second tournament back and in the previous one she and husband Graeme had to flee a hotel fire,…
 
From a family of scholars, Jazz Janewattanond calls himself the weird one. They, no doubt, call him the talented one. This is a player, who at the time of release, is the number one player on both the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour and is pushing for a spot on the President’s Cup team. He may be in his early twenties but having turned pro just befo…
 
Ryan Fox was destined to be a professional athlete. It was just a case of which sport. This episode shows how Ryan benefited and was literally hurt by being the son of New Zealand's World Cup winning rugby union legend Grant Fox. Ryan reveals how the hits he took saw him turning to other sports and how, for a while, he looked as if he might follow …
 
Much had been expected of Oliver Fisher when he made it onto the European Tour as an 18-year-old. An amazing amateur record meant Oli was mentioned in the same breath as some of Britain's best players of the 1980s and 90s, like Sandy Lyle and Nick Faldo. This interview with Oli Fisher explores how he has managed those expectations and dealt with so…
 
After a glittering amateur career, Cristie Kerr was America’s next big hope on turning pro. But it took years, a battle with her father and a transformation in image before Kerr began to fulfil her talent. This is a story of her major triumphs, her rise to world number one. From playing in a boys’ team to shrugging off her domineering dad. Teased a…
 
Nicolas Colsaerts doesn’t live by the book. Barely eighteen, he was not ready for the realities of life as a European Tour pro, so his abundant talent took a back seat in favour of a rock and roll lifestyle. But when he came back to the sport, the Belgian was a man on a mission! This is the first episode in the series to focus on the opening day of…
 
The amazing story of English golfer - and now Sky Sports broadcaster - John E. Morgan, who went from the Europro Tour to the PGA Tour in a matter of months. The American dream took a turn for the worse with an epileptic seizure, but John had already gone close to becoming the first golfer to win a PGA Tour event with blue hair! His anecdotes come t…
 
If his son Zach had been born on his due date, Danny Willett would have been at home watching the 2016 Masters on TV. Instead, he became just the second Englishman to put on the famous Green Jacket. As well as giving an incredible insight into a remarkable Masters Sunday, Danny discusses religion and his childhood as a vicar’s son, his time at univ…
 
This is the story of perhaps the greatest Australian golfer of all time. Karrie Webb is a 7-time major champion with over 50 pro titles, but she didn't often open up to the media or the public during that distinguished career. We hear how meeting her idol Greg Norman fuelled Webb’s distrust of the press, while also leading her down the path of help…
 
Davis Love III has achieved much as an individual golfer, but it's his association with a team event, the Ryder Cup, that has shaped his career. The future captain takes us back to 1993, when he was a rookie player amongst his heroes, holing a trophy-winning putt for Team USA on European soil – the last man to do so. Davis talks about his father's …
 
A conversation to celebrate the landmark 50th birthday of Michael Campbell, about the New Zealander’s roller coaster career. His Maori upbringing, fortune-telling grandmother and being too embarrassed to admit that he played golf. His emergence on the world stage at the 1995 Open at St Andrews and wanting to quit within a few years. His rise up aga…
 
The inspirational story of the daughter of Mexican immigrants. How Lizette Salas turned golf lessons bartered by her father into a career as a LPGA Tour champion and Solheim Cup star. Salas tells us why golf kept her out of trouble and what it meant to be the first from her family to go to university. Why days and nights in her dad’s truck taught h…
 
A journey through the life of one of the greatest golfers of all time, Gary Player. The nine-time major champion on why he wished himself dead as an 8-year-old boy, how adversity made him into a champion and why he believes his success was a divine gift. The physical and verbal abuse he endured for being the highest profile South African sportsman …
 
The European Ryder Cup captain opens up the new series with the round that got away, but set the blueprint for his future Major success. Harrington reveals what it feels like to be in the zone, the relationships that were key to his success and what being Ryder Cup captain will mean to him and his family.…
 
Daniel Chopra had been a successful golfer, winning in Europe and on the Asian Tour, but it was thanks to a special round at the 2003 PGA Tour Qualifying School that he fulfilled his dream of playing in the USA. Daniel’s journey is well travelled. He tells us why a Swede grew up as a child in India, and which golfer financially bailed him out and s…
 
In this series of The Round, we’ve heard many incredible stories but nothing on the course can match the drama of Richard Boxall’s tale. Boxy, as he’s known, is now a very successful commentator on Sky Sports but once upon a time he was winning on the European Tour. But his career came tumbling down, quite literally, at the 1991 Open Championship a…
 
Of all the stories in the first series of my “The Round” podcast, the one that involves Marc Cayeux is definitely the most incredible, the most harrowing and probably the most inspiring. Marc Cayeux is a pro golfer from Zimbabwe. But that description is an injustice. He is a winner of 11 pro tournaments but this podcast isn't about that. This is ab…
 
How do you go from sitting in your hotel room, close to tears about the state of your golf game, to winning the biggest tournament of your career? American player Anthony Kang takes us on the journey of an incredible week at the start of 2009, which took him from a fairly successful Asian Tour player to a European Tour champion. Golf is a business …
 
SSP Chawrasia literally grew up on a golf course, by the ninth hole in the staff headquarters at Royal Calcutta Golf Club. This is the story of the son of a greenkeeper who proved that anything is possible, from humble beginnings to the riches of international golf. Leaving school at 14 and turning pro with borrowed clubs, SSP tells us how his moth…
 
For a golfer in his twenties still, Matt Southgate has experienced a lot. From life threatening testicular cancer and a hospital bed, to months later being carried off the course with a European Tour card in hand. The tears and cheers in Ireland, the leaf that denied him a spot on the PGA Tour and why this year's Open Championship at Carnoustie wil…
 
The term legend is easily brandished but not for the subject of this week’s podcast, Dame Laura Davies… This is a journey with one of golf’s greats; from the early competitive instincts of childhood golf matches against her brother, to bursting onto the scene on the Ladies European Tour and the round itself – her major breakthrough at the US Open. …
 
Scott Hend has had a lifetime of travels. As a young lad, he moved from town to town with his father working in the air force. This is the journey of a highly talented golfer who refused to crumble after being rejected by one of Australia's best known coaches, when he was just a teenager. A golfer who made it onto the PGA Tour, only to suffer from …
 
South African Dale Hayes was the the original golf teen prodigy. A winner in his first ever Sunshine Tour and European events, the youngest champion in Europe. Ten year later though, Hayes had effectively turned his back on the professional game. Dale takes us through that journey which saw him crowned as a European Tour number one, his struggles o…
 
In April 2016, Andrew "Beef" Johnston arrived at the iconic Valderrama for the Spanish Open and was hitting it so bad, he thought he might shoot 80. Beef takes us through "The Round" that ends with his maiden European tour title and him "getting hammered" at his celebratory party. He also takes us though the events that devastated him as a 17 year …
 
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