ISG 124: Andrew Thomson on Japan, His Father and The Distance Debate

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His father is one of the game's most revered exponents but Andrew Thomson's life has been about much more than being the son of five time Open champion Peter. A former federal minister in the Howard government and long time resident of Japan, Andrew is a lawyer and author in his own right whose writings on golf and politics show a flair not completely unlike his father. He joins Episode 124 of the iSeekGolf podcast to talk all things golf from his dad's legacy to the ongoing distance debate.

Links mentioned on this episode:

iSeekGolf Tee Times

Andrew's piece on the remote golf of the Goto Islands

Andrew's FaceBook page for his book Bridge to the Gods - Tales from Kyushu.

Andrew's book on Amazon

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