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ep. 5: golf course architect, Jim Engh
Jim Engh is a golf course architect; designing golf courses all over the world. He’s won numerous awards including Golf Digest’s First Architect of the Year. He’s also a 4-time winner of Golf Digest’s America’s No. 1 Best New Course award; no one has won that award more than him since 1997. He’s been designing golf courses for almost 30 years and has come to be known as the master of modern mountain golf course design. Some of his notable golf courses are The Golf Club at Black Rock in...
ep. 4: Oklahoma State coach, Alan Bratton
Alan Bratton is the head golf coach of the defending National Champion, Oklahoma State Cowboys. He’s had experience at OSU in just about every role; as a player, men’s & women’s associate golf coach, women’s head golf coach, and now men’s head golf coach. In this episode we discuss his national titles, standout players, approach to coaching, and more. You can follow him and his team on Twitter @OSUBratton and @OSUCowboyGolf or on Instagram @CowboyGolf. Their scores can also be found on the...
ep. 3: PGA rules official, Tom Hearn
Tom Hearn is a rules official for the PGA Tour and Web.com Tour. He’s got incredible knowledge of the rules of golf. In this episode we discuss what it’s like to be a rules official, some of the recent rule changes, and other stories from his career in the game. You can follow Tom on Twitter @TomHearnGolf.
ep. 2: Tiger's college teammate, Joel Kribel
Joel Kribel played college golf at Stanford with one of the all-time greats of the game, Tiger Woods. Throughout his amateur golfing career, he competed against some of the biggest names in the game today. After graduating with one of the most impressive college resumes in Stanford golf history, Joel turned professional in 1999 and earned his PGA Tour card in 2003. He’s currently the University Program Manager at PXG. In this episode, we talk about all of these angles and more. Be sure to...
ep. 1: British Open champion, Mark Calcavecchia
Mark Calcavecchia won the 1989 British Open at Royal Troon Golf Club. He’s been a professional golfer on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour for over 30 years, winning 29 professional events in his career. Not only that, but he holds the record for most consecutive birdies made in a PGA Tour event. That number might surprise you! In this episode we cover both of those topics and more. Be sure to follow Mark on Twitter @MarkCalc.
ep. 0: The Looper Trailer
This is the trailer episode for the new golf podcast, the Looper. The first official episode will launch on January 15th. Subscribe and rate the show wherever you get your podcasts. Follow the show @looperpodcast on Twitter and Instagram.