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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 and entrepreneur Frank Bassett plus the rest of the "Golf Talk America" crew for a free-form discussion covering a variety of entertaining topics.
 
The Shotgun Start with Andy Johnson of The Fried Egg and Brendan Porath of SB Nation is a podcast waiting for you early in the morning that quickly blasts through a variety of topics (usually) related to golf and (ideally) relevant to the day. It covers news from the pro tours around the world, amusing and important topics from the amateur game the rest of us play, and some irreverent stuff in between. There will be short interviews, previews, reviews, and dives into the archives. It provide ...
 
Elvis Duran Presents: Playing Through Podcast! It's 2020...and the new golf season has launched! The Playing Through Podcast hosted by Froggy and Golf Digest's Brian Wacker will keep you up to date on everything going on in the world of golf. From tournament recaps, to player/swing coach/club manufacture interviews, to training aids...we're covering it all!!
 
Golf is a thinking man's game, full of numbers and endless moments to ponder various questions. Come geek out with Will Haskett, veteran golf broadcaster, as he explores high-level questions about the game on a weekly basis, complete with tournament and betting insight. Analytics, strokes gained, fantasy, rankings, history, media, technology, business, psychology and more, let your inner golf nerd out with some of the best minds and thinkers in the game!
 
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The full team assemble to slag off JD and Wayne Riley. Steg proposes that it is morally wrong to back Webb Simpson in a major. JD is over the moon about all the fountains and ponds present on the European Tour this week. Dan hit the Barassie clubhouse literally minutes ago. You can get this podcast on: Itunes Stitcher Acast Spotify Find us on Socia…
 
There’s little to talk about so this Friday episode is a slalom run of stupidity as Brendan and Andy swerve back and forth from topic to topic. They begin with some follow-up intel on Tommy II, Mike Davis’s new partner in crime, and his preferred attire while out on the job. Then they relay an origin story for the Murder Rock course name, which has…
 
Carl Reader is a South African Functional Movement Coach who works with golfers of all skill levels with an emphasis on better health and maximized performance. Carl joins our podcast to help you to understand functional movements and exercises and their effect on injury prevention and golf improvement. He specifically elaborates on three functiona…
 
Bryson DeChambeau's 2020 U.S. Open win set off a firestorm of conversation about how golf has played, his approach to it and what it means to the game. Are we missing the point? Are we missing what he actually did? Will the ripple effects do much beyond him? All of this is worthy of discussion in what has been a chatty week in the sport. Jon Sherma…
 
Paul McGinley joins to talk about golf in England and Ireland, his first Ryder Cup, what Sam Torrance told him about his role on the team, the bits and pieces he learned from his captains, and how it molded him into the captain of the 2014. He gives great detail on how he managed egos, individual relationships, expectations, statistics, and everyth…
 
The seriousness of U.S. Open week is out the window for this Wednesday episode as Brendan and Andy weave their way through the cornucopia of oddities from the Payne’s Valley Cup, Mike Davis getting into the design game, and the Puntacana Championship efforting to fill a field that is inexplicably sized for 144 players. Their reactions to the two-on…
 
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 212 and our recap of the 2020 US Open at Winged Foot - a dominating performance by golf's Godzilla, Bryson DeChambeau. We're joined by the Golf Travel Guru himself, Ed Schmidt to talk about the week that was, as well as the future of the long ball and the inanity of Peacock carrying a portion of a majo…
 
Andy and Brendan pour themselves a glass of chocolate milk and sidle up to the microphone to react to a dominant Sunday performance by Bryson DeChambeau. They talk extensively about the “validation” of his decision to get thicc and chase distance. They discuss how Winged Foot played into this style, and what could be changed to mitigate that style …
 
This Saturday night episode reacts to the third round at Winged Foot and ponders what’s to come Sunday in the final round of the U.S. Open. Brendan and Andy begin by discussing Matthew Wolff’s outrageous 65 and the increasingly hot topic of not having to hit the fairway to lead a U.S. Open at Winged Foot. What does this say about the modern game an…
 
Wolff! A fun Saturday means some fun content from tonight's live show. We (of course) revisit the course setup debate, discuss how great Wolff's round was, how technology has played an enormous role in what we're viewing this week, how The Big Golfer is still in this, Reed getting ejected, and everything else from Saturday at the U.S. Open.…
 
Winged Foot punched back on Friday at the U.S. Open and Andy and Brendan react to the setup and our leaderboard at the 36-hole mark. They marvel at Pat Reed’s game and how he duct tapes together a fantastic score even when it doesn’t look great. They marvel at Bryson DeChambeau’s strategy, albeit slow, working so far. And they lament all the attend…
 
TC and Randy rail on the USGA for the soft setup while Soly and DJ try to calm them down, as the gang reacts to a mild day one at the 2020 U.S. Open. We talk about what makes a good setup, why it played easier than expected, and what we think is going to happen the rest of the week. We talk JT, Rory, Spieth, DJ, Rahm, Phil, and everything else from…
 
Brendan and Andy react to the opening round at Winged Foot, where 21 players posted scores under par and Justin Thomas set the pace with a 65. At the start, they get into some of the specific holes and tees they loved and a few questions they had about setup. They assess the pin positions, the firmness, the overall conditions, and the wails that it…
 
Will Haskett is a play-by-play announcer for PGA TOUR Radio and a guest host on Golf Channel's Morning Drive. He also hosts a podcast called "The Perfect Number". An expert in data analytics and information-mining, Will joins us to dive into how to use data appropriately for game improvement. He talks about a macro vs. micro approach to data use, u…
 
Golf's second major took nine-and-a-half months to arrive in 2020, but maybe the wait was totally worth it. Jason Sobel stops by the pod to help break down the field. Is DJ-Rahm a two-man top tier? Who do you fade from the top? Who is worth a run from the middle? Some long shot value picks, plus how to go about setting your wagering strategy any we…
 
The 2020 U.S. Open is here and this episode is an extended preview with a couple distinguished guests, Billy Draddy, creative director at Summit Golf Brands who has a long personal history with Winged Foot, and Fried Egg Paulie, who provides his usual fantasy and gambling expertise while indulging Brendan and Andy’s idiotic picks and proposals. But…
 
Kevin Prise is joined by University of Alabama alum Lee Hodges to discuss growing up in the small town of Ardmore, Alabama; an insightful text message he received from Justin Thomas on the morning of the final round of the WinCo Foods Portland Open, en route to his first Korn Ferry Tour victory; the unique story of how he proposed to his fiancée, a…
 
The USGA Museum has been closed to the public for months. But that didn’t stop TGJ Senior Writer and podcast host Tom Coyne from finagling an all-access tour in preparation for the U.S. Open at Winged Foot. Alongside Museum Director Hilary Cronhim, he finds Mickey Wright’s jewelry, the original sheet music to Winged Foot’s fight song (because every…
 
Have you ever considered using an armlock putter? In today's episode, Adam details the pros and cons of using an armlock putter following his multi-month experiment. What are a few things you need to consider when making the switch? What can you expect to find when practicing with an armlock? Is an armlock putter the best option for you?…
 
It is Victory Monday for only one half of the Shotgun Start thanks to some late heroics from Mitch Trubisky. The Browns, however, provided no such heroics or hope and Brendan has to fume a bit on more season opening despair before they turn to golf and the backboard bonanza finish at the ANA Inspiration. They discuss how this became the prominent f…
 
It’s about three months later than planned, but it’s U.S. Open week and the Shotgun Start is grateful for that. To get in the mood for the national championship, Andy and Brendan have this bonus Spotlight episode thanks to the U.S. Open’s Victory Club. This is a different approach from previous USGA spotlights on 2006 Winged Foot, 2007 Oakmont, and…
 
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network Podcast Ep 211 and our conversation with Callaway's Brian Minbiole focusing on the return of a Callaway classic - Bertha! You'll also have a chance to win a prize package valued at over $500! All the details are found in the podcast, so you'll have to listen to win. We want YOUR thoughts on all things golf. Call …
 
Dr. Josephine Perry (MSc - Communications, MSc - Psychology, MSc - Sport and Exercise Psychology) is a British chartered psychologist who works with sportspeople to help them overcome their personal barriers and achieve their goals. Josie joins us to explain to you what is required for you to perform better under pressure. She addresses: Purpose, I…
 
First off, the Shotgun Start is making a wine blend with Smith Devereaux and they could use your creativity in coming up with a name for it. Next, this Friday episode is a stream of consciousness whip around the world of golf. There’s discussion on the “fog” surrounding the Safeway Open, the obscene backboarding going on at the ANA Inspiration, and…
 
After an interminable offseason, Andy and Brendan return in the best shape of their lives for this episode. But first, Andy has to get off one more quibble on the coverage and framing of the final round of the prior season at East Lake. Then they get to the event of the week, the ANA Inspiration, providing some field highlights and course reports a…
 
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