Golf Podcast for the Weekend Warrior hosted by Sports Broadcaster Joe Simons & GolfLink Editor Nick Heidelberger
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Ever wondered how someone is able to successfully start a business in the golf space? Than THIS is the episode you've been waiting for. Dane Delgado talks about founding his company, it's rapid success, and what's next for Matchstick Golf.
Biggest winners and losers of the 43rd Ryder Cup. Should Steve Stricker captain the team in 2023? We all need much more match play in our lives.
Upstanding betting expert Patrick McDonald of NBC Sports Edge joins the boys to preview the Ryder Cup and reveal his pick for top point-getter. We break down both rosters, Whistling Straits, the absence of Patrick Reed, and why the Europeans dominate the Ryder Cup
2x World ALD Champion Scottie Pearman talks about the upcoming World Championships and shares his thoughts on Bryson competing. The fellas debate what's better fall or spring golf and then talk about their dust up with Turf Twitter.
Bobby Jones Stroke of Genius is exactly the film you would expect Bobby Jones, LLC, to produce. The boys take a deep dive in this B-Flight flick.
Chevy Chase and..... no one else is back for Caddyshack II what some have called the worst sequel in movie history
What do Lil Wayne, Jesper Parnevik and Andy Milonakis have in common? They all appeared in the 2007 film "Who's Your Caddie?" The At The Turn Golf Movie Fivesome is back as we break down the B-Flight of golf movies, beginning with all the troubling details of Who's Your Caddie.
Aditi, Rory, and Nelly oh my. The fellas wrap up an incredible two weeks of golf at Kasumigaseki Country Club, discuss if the format needs changing and whether or not caddies should be awarded medals.
Xander takes Gold. Sabbatini's long con earns Silver. CT Pan outlasts big names for Bronze. Look ahead to the Women's Side.
Results of Augusta National's ticket lottery. The Pros and Cons of getting paired up with strangers. Nick and Joe pick the Gold, Silver & Bronze medalists for the Men's Olympics Golf Tournament. Gretchen Yoder - Manager of Handicapping & Course Rating at the Oregon Golf Association on all things related to determining how difficult golf courses are…
Morikawa's flawless final round, an epic year of major champions, and a new rule proposal that could make watching runaway wins more entertaining.
Would change would you make to your home course if you ran show? Nick and Joe also preview the Open Championship with some ambitious picks.
Nick and Joe preview Torrey Pines, breakdown their picks to win the U.S. Open, debut 'Golf is Dumb' and debate a U.S. Open 'Would You Rather.'
Why does Brooks hate Bryson so much? Nick and Joe run through the blow by blow. Also, a Ryder Cup check-in and the boys pick U.S. Women's Open winners.
Joe breaks down how Phil got it done and his place in golf history
A smorgasbord of golf topics! Tis better to hit into others, or be hit into? Rory returns to form. The fellas absolutely identify the winner of the 2021 PGA Championship. The long con pays off for a disgraced South African.
Nick and Joe break down Hideki Matsuyama's historic Masters win, Will Zalatoris' run, Xander's untimely mistakes, and recap their picks.
Who are the top dogs, dark horses, contenders? And who will win the 2021 Masters? Nick and Joe break it all down.
Is it EVER ok to have a play in a fivesome? The fellas debate and discuss how to properly prepare oneself for a new golf season.
What makes Jordan Spieth so compelling? Do rain gloves do anything? Why are golf shoes so important? Nick and Joe answer these burning questions plus much much more.
Patrick Reed finds himself in hot water once again after getting relief for a suspicious one-hop embedded ball. But, did he do anything wrong? Nick and Joe weigh in, and look ahead to the 2021 US Open.
Nick & Joe break down the Tiger documentary and respond to critics who describe it as tabloid journalism. Then, they discuss the first two tournaments of 2021 on the PGA Tour.
We investigate if chasing distance is the quickest way for golfers of all levels to improve, and Andrew Elaimy, PGA, gives the green light to swing your hardest every time.
Nick and Joe preview the 2020 US Women's Open at Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas. Complete with a shocking lineup of dark horse, contender and winner picks.
All things Augusta in this 2020 Masters wrap-up. Is DJ the 3rd most accomplished player of the 21st century? Tiger's wild Sunday, Bryson's disappointing tournament and Langer's unprecedented week.
A complete preview of the the most unique Masters in history. Who will win, what to watch for, and why Bryson is starting the tournament 8-under par.
The boys settle on the best costume to wear for a round of golf on Halloween. Phil goes 2 for 2 on the senior circuit. Does it matter? And, would you rather play with a fast golfer or one with an eagle eye?
Do you feel obligated to play the same set of tees as the rest of your group? Would you rather lose your ball because it plugs, or because it's in the leaves? The KP debate continues.
Bryson DeChambeau conducts his most successful experiment and wins by six shots at Winged Foot.
Nick and Joe relive the last time the U.S. Open was held at Winged Foot in 2006, and pick their winners for the 120th playing.
Phil wins his Champions Tour debut; DJ and Rahm go to a playoff in the playoffs; Are stupid rules made to be broken (CC: Daniel Berger & Sophia Popov)?
PGA Championship recap: Collin Morikawa wins his first major, how many more should we give him? Nick and Joe breakdown Collin, Tiger, Brooks, Bryson & DJ. TPC Harding Park shines. Two more majors are just around the corner.
PGA Championship preview: Brooks brings confidence. Spieth goes for the slam. Is Morikawa ready to win majors? Plus, how to play TPC Harding Park for under $50 and Joe makes an ace!
Jim Beatty, Executive Editor of African American Golfer's Digest, joins Nick and Joe for a discussion on race in golf. Is golf becoming more accessible for everyone? How can the sport become more diverse? What can YOU do to help?
Details on the new Tiger documentary set to be released in December based on the 2018 tell all book. Brooks & Bryson continue their friendly (?) rivalry. In a new segment, Nick recounts playing behind an eightsome at his home course.
Nick and Joe try to place Dustin Johnson's roller coaster career into some sort of context. Then, Covid inconveniences, tournament snafus & will Phil Mickelson be the best 50+ PGA Tour golfer of all-time? It's all covered in the first This is a Real Mailbag.
Nick and Joe break down the return of the PGA Tour at historic Colonial Country Club. Bryson DeChambeau showed up in Texas with an extra 20 pounds of muscle. The boys discuss his body and hope his rivalry with Brooks Koepka picks up steam. Most importantly, what would Phil Mickelson name his yacht?
Tom Brady's dreadful front 9, Phil being Phil, a finely-tuned broadcast, and Tiger showing he's ready to compete again. Our complete analysis of The Match 2.
Nick and Joe talk discuss their experience playing golf this May, then it's a Would You Rather blowout. The boys rip through six golf scenarios.
All the National Championships, cheating allegations, wins, family issues and Ryder Cup heroics rolled into one deep dive. It can only be the story of Patrick Reed.
The boys switch from golf film to golf knowledge. ATT hosted their first trivia night. Categories include: Phil or Fred, Masters Final Round & Name the South African. Tune in and see how you fare against the competition.
We've made it, the final movie in our golf fivesome: Caddyshack. Is Judge Smails in charge of Bushwood C.C.? Are Danny and Maggie dating? Does Ty Webb ACTUALLY shoot in the mid-60's? These questions are many more are answered in the fivesome finale.
The 1996 Adam Sandler classic features perhaps the greatest sports villain of all time in Shooter McGavin, and some one-liners that have stood the test of time. We break it all down in our fourth installment of the At The Turn GOlf Movie Fivesome.
Nick and Joe take on the 2005 Shia LaBeouf vehicle about Francis Ouimet, the real life 20-year-old caddie who famously won the 1913 U.S. Open. The boys break down the film and discuss some of the liberties Disney took with story.
A special guest joins the podcast to help breakdown The Legend of Bagger Vance. Our second in a five-part series discussing the most popular golf movies.By golf podcast for weekend warriors
With the golf world on an indefinite hiatus, Nick and Joe break out the popcorn and break down golf movies. First up is Tin Cup. What is the MOST unrealistic shot? Did Phil Mickelson have his lines cut? Was Rory Mcilroy named after Roy McAvoy? These, and other, burning questions are answered!By golf podcast for weekend warriors
Golf season is beginning in much of the United States and PGA Professional Justin Smoot joins to help you shake the rust off your game. Drills, tips, and advice on how to approach our next driving range session.By golf podcast for weekend warriors
Adam Scott wins the Genesis Invitational. Tiger makes the cut then finishes last. Are the belly putters making a comeback?By golf podcast for weekend warriors
Joe and Nick are joined by Matthew Mollica from the Roll Back Alliance to discuss distance and the possibility of changing the golf ball or equipmentBy golf podcast for weekend warriors
Nick & Joe breakdown Tiger's performance at Torrey Pines, Phil's future, and the Brooks vs. Bryson rivalry.By golf podcast for weekend warriors