Best-selling author and Golf Digest contributing writer John Feinstein joins Alex Myers, Sam Weinman, and Keely Levins to discuss the changing PGA Tour schedule, the surprisingly thoughtful note he received from Patrick Reed, and the most important takeaway from the sad Lucas Glover story. The gang also discusses Aaron Wise's impressive win in the Byron Nelson, the good and bad of Trinity Forest, and looks ahead to the Fort Worth Invitational.
Paul Tesori played 21 events on the PGA Tour, but has made a far bigger impact as one of the premier caddies in the game, winning 20 times alongside the likes of Webb Simpson, Vijay Singh, and Jerry Kelly. Tesori joins Alex Myers, Sam Weinman and Keely Levins to discuss the long road back to the winner's circle for he and Simpson, some tense exchanges during difficult times, and sharing a hotel room with the boss. Also the gang makes picks for this week's Byron Nelson played at the new...
Tour pro Willy Wilcox talks about getting scolded by Tiger Woods, getting a nickname from Drake, and his famed hole-in-one on No. 17 at TPC Sawgrass. Also, Alex Myers, Keely Levins and Joel Beall discuss Jason Day's historic putting performance, a Tiger Woods first, and their picks to win the Players Championship.
Retired NHL defenseman turned podcaster and avid golfer Ryan Whitney talks golf in the hockey culture. Also, Alex Myers, Sam Weinman and Joel Beall discuss team formats, a joint PGA Tour and LPGA event, walk-up music fails, and their picks for the Wells Fargo Championship.
Alex Myers, Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers talk all things Zurich Classic as they explore their favorite two-man teams in this revamped PGA Tour event. Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith (shown) are defending their title, but the duos that have our guys' eyes include Patrick Reed and Patrick Cantlay, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, and Rory Sabbatini and John Daly. Come for the picks and stay for the breakdown of the walk-up music that select teams will be sporting as their arrive at...
One of the great misconceptions is that the golf comedy 'Caddyshack' was a hit right from the start. It wasn't. The script was a mess, there was infighting among cast members, and almost everyone on the set was high on something. Chris Nashawaty, author of a new book, 'Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story' joins Sam Weinman in studio to tell the intricate story of how the film came together, and how it grew over time into the iconic film it is today.
The veteran PGA Tour caddie who was on the bag for Tiger Woods' return to the Masters discusses the differences between Woods and his previous longtime boss Fred Couples, his preparation for tournaments, and how he got his start as a looper.
Golf Digest's Joel Beall, Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers explore the RBC Heritage, breaking down the field at Harbour Town Golf Links, in Hilton Head, S.C., where Wesley Bryan is the defending champion. The short and tight course is different than a lot of PGA Tour venues, caused the guys to discuss some names you don't always consider when filling out a fantasy golf lineup.
Golf Digest's Ryan Herrington, Joel Beall and E. Michael Johnson recap the 82nd Masters, where Patrick Reed held off Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth to win the green jacket. Our trio explores the exciting final round, discussing the winners and losers and what we are to make of Patrick Reed as a major champ.
Golf Digest's Ryan Herrington, Joel Beall and Brian Wacker breakdown the opening two rounds of the Masters, where Patrick Reed has a two-stroke lead over Marc Leishman, with a star-studded leader board chasing him. What to make of the final 36 holes and who will walk away with the green jacket? Our experts discuss.
It's Masters Week, and Erik Anders Lang, host of Adventures in Golf, joins Sam Weinman and Ashley Mayo at Augusta National to talk about the unique vibe of the season's first major, and how so much of the tournament's appeal has to do with more than who wins.
Sam Weinman, Joel Beall and Ryan Herrington take a look at the early storylines ahead of the 2018 Masters. Among the players discussed: Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and, of course, Tiger Woods. In the second half of the podcast, Stephen Hennessey interviews 1992 Masters champion Fred Couples to get his thoughts about the fabled tournament.
The author of the greatest Masters victory of all and his caddie had never watched the CBS broadcast of that magical afternoon—until we came by with the tape. Listen as Jack and Jackie Nicklaus describe their emotions, their decision-making, and the unique circumstances behind the 1986 Masters, and what that day means to them now. Narrated by Guy Yocom. Produced by Brittany Romano.
Golf Digest's Joel Beall and Christopher Powers discuss the Houston Open, where several top-name players (Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose to name three) are hoping to play well in their final start before the Masters. It's not just the stars, however, focused at G.C. of Houston, but guys like Steve Stricker hoping to catch lightning in a bottle, win and earn the last ticket to Augusta.
Golf Digest's Joel Beall, Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers break out the brackets from the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play Championship to find who can survive and advance all the way to the title at Austin Country Club. Can Dustin Johnson repeat as champ? Or will the vagaries of match play—or merely a tough draw—get him and some of the other big names in the field?
Golf Digest's Joel Beall, Stephen Hennessey and Christopher Powers break down the field at the Arnold Palmer Invitational to uncover a few fantasy sleepers when picking your lineups this week for Bay Hill. The conversation includes a look at defending champion Marc Leishman, but quickly explores the value in taking Tiger Woods after his T-2 showing at the Valspar Championship.
Golf Digest's Alex Myers and Joel Beall pick through the field at the Valspar Championship to identify the best bets as you fill out your fantasy lineup. Tiger Woods is playing at Innisbrook outside Tampa for the first time as a pro on the PGA Tour, but do our guys feel good enough about his game to take him in their lineups? And who else has their eye? Listen up!