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Monday Q Info's Ryan French dives deep into the world of underdog and untold stories in golf.


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Monday Q Info's Ryan French dives deep into the world of underdog and untold stories in golf.




Nuclear Golf with Air Force Veteran, Tom Whitney

Tom Whitney is an Air Force veteran, a nuclear missile operator and in the top 20 on the Korn Ferry Tour points list. On Memorial Day, AGM discusses his past service, his golf career and the loss of his brother, another military vet.


Storytime with Butch Harmon, Michael Bamberger and Sam Reeves

Michael Bamberger guest hosts this amazing conversation with Butch Harmon and two subjects from his book, The Ball in the Air, Sam Reeves and Ryan French. This incredible conversation is full of stories, philosophy and laughs. Ryan French was lucky enough to sit in on the entire thing.


The Amazing Pratima Sherpa

Pratima Sherpa found golf living in a maintenance shed in Nepal with her family. Her first golf club was a tree branch fashioned into the shape of a club. She fell in love with the game and it changed her life. Sherpa has been the subject of the ESPN 30-for-30, "A Mountain to Climb," and is now one of the main subject's of Michael Bamberger's new book, The Ball in the Air. She discusses her journey and her role in the book.


The Journeyman, Scott Gutschewski

At 46 years old, Scott Gutschewski lost his PGA Tour card last season and was sent back to the Korn Ferry Tour. A week and a half ago, and 15 years after his last win, Gutschewski shot 21-under-par and won the LECOM Suncoast Classic in a playoff, greatly increasing his chances of earning his way back. He spoke with Any Given Monday about his win, his life and his future.


Nick Hardy and Davis Riley on Winning the Zurich Classic

Nick Hardy had missed 5 consecutive cuts when he joined Ryan French and Any Given Monday after the Bay Hill Invitational. Despite the poor results, Hardy said he was close; if could just gain some momentum, he could turn his season around. In New Orleans - the place of jazz, creole, and rhythm - Hardy found that momentum with Davis Riley as his partner. The duo teamed up and won the Zurich Classic. The team joins AGM to reflect on winning on the PGA Tour.


Spencer "The GOAT" Levin

Two weeks ago, Spencer Levin didn’t really have a job. The man with 341 combined starts between the PGA and Korn Ferry Tours, and 147 made cuts on the PGA Tour, didn’t have a regular place to compete. That is, until he arrived in Dallas for the Veritex Bank Championship qualifier. Levin discusses his "magical week," the struggles of the past few years, and his new outlook on professional golf.


Running It Back at Zurich with Justin Lower and Dylan Wu

After last season's top-10 finish at the Zurich Classic, Justin Lower and Dylan Wu are running it back. The duo discuss alternate shot and best ball strategy for the week, and how their team came together (hint: wives).


Luke Kwon: Near Death, New Life

Former Oklahoma Sooner, Luke Kwon, has been around the world chasing professional golf and door-to-door selling sponsorships. Now focused on creating video content with Good Good Golf, Kwon discusses how he nearly died from a head injury five months ago, and how he's since rediscovered his love for the game.


The Hustler, Peter Lansburgh

Peter Lansburgh became known as "The Hustler" when Monday Q Info shared his story with golf fans. Lansburgh discusses his debut on the PGA Tour at the Valero Texas Open, and what the craziness of the last week has been like.


The Ball in the Air with Michael Bamberger

In this special episode we discuss the new book, The Ball in the Air: A Golfing Adventure, with author Michael Bamberger. Pro Golfer Mark Baldwin moderates a discussion between one of the book's main subjects, Ryan French, and Michael Bamberger.


Hardball with Nick Hardy

Nick Hardy is a rising star on the PGA Tour but has recently battled some of the worst results of his professional career. Hardy discusses elevated events, an "unfortunate" situation at Bay Hill with Kamaiu Johnson, and his plan to bounce back from poor play.


Ryan Gerard Conquers The Honda

Korn Ferry Tour rookie, Ryan Gerard, successfully Monday qualified for the Honda Classic and spent much of the tournament in contention. He finished solo 4th on Sunday earning a massive paycheck, temporary special member points, and a spot in the Puerto Rico Open. Gerard talks about the pressure, the performance and what it means to his career. See for privacy information.


Austen Truslow is Back at the Sony Open!

The hits kept coming for Austen Truslow. After contending in multiple Korn Ferry Tour events, he has battled through a series of unfortunate events that left him sidelined for 21 months. In his first competitive round back, he successfully Monday Qualified for the Sony Open this week. Ryan speaks to Austen as Austen prepares for the first round in Oahu, Hawaii. See for privacy information.


Best of The Grind 2022

Ryan French revisits some of his favorite interviews from 2022. This year end episode features clips from the most insightful and entertaining interviews of The Grind. A 16-for-1 playoff, Patrick "Mr. Monday Q" Flavin, golf's most entertaining personalities, the golf scandal of the year, and more. Happy New Year! See for privacy information.


Breaking Through with Brady Calkins and Alistair Docherty

Alistair Docherty and Brady Calkins were triumphant at final stage of Korn Ferry Tour Q school, earning guaranteed starts for next season. The two discuss Q school, reflect on the journey, share stories of celebration, and look forward to the first events of the new year. See for privacy information.


The Long Game with Brandon Matthews

Brandon Mathews is one of the longest players in professional golf. He and wife Danielle discuss Brandon's first year on the PGA Tour, hitting bombs and honeymooning at the Sanderson Farms Championship. See for privacy information.


Inside the Mind: Reflections of a U.S. Women's AM Champ

The pressures of stardom, self-care and empowerment: Jensen Castle joins The Grind for a candid conversation about the transformative year after her 2021 U.S. Women’s Amateur victory. She explains why her story is more than the No. 63 seed and other revelations that followed the hardest week of her career. See for privacy information.


FULL SEND with Robert Garrigus

PGA Tour member Robert Garrigus is known for his unfiltered, blunt honesty. In this episode he calls players out, talks LIV and PGA Tour leadership, tells wild stories, and discusses the future of the professional game. See for privacy information.


The Pursuit of Happiness with Mark Baldwin

Professional golfer Mark Baldwin recently traveled to first stage of DP World Tour Q-School in Denmark. He wrote about the sights, recorded the sounds and compiled the experience into this special pod. Enjoy a trip to one of the world's happiest countries. See for privacy information.


Tom Kim Versus the Universe

In this very special Grind crossover event, Alan Shipnuck is joined by Ryan French and Michael Bamberger to discuss Kim’s emergence as a budding superstar, as well as Eugenio Lopez-Chicarra’s win at LIV and what that means for the competition for young talent. Ryan brings to life his scoop on how the MENA Tour stiffed its players and what that means for LIV. They also riff on everyone from Frank Lickliter to Peter Thomson and its a delightfully discursive conversation. See for privacy information.