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The Golf Bros #3: Winstar with D.A. Weibring, Steve Wolfard, and Michael Ferguson

The Golf Bros are comin’ at ya from Winstar Golf Course in Thackerville, Oklahoma with the design team of D.A. Weibring and Steve Wolfard and the GM and Director of Golf at Winstar, Michael Ferguson. Hear stories from D.A.’s playing days, what goes into designing a golf course, and whether Pitbull plays golf in […]


The Golf Bros #2: Lakewood with Matt Weibring and Cody Gribble

The Golf Bros are back with Matt Weibring and PGA Tour rookie Cody Gribble at Lakewood Country Club in Dallas, TX. Enjoy the laughs as these four discuss Cody’s win at the Sanderson Farms Championship, scaring valet drivers with live rattlesnakes, Matt’s epic year of fishing and hunting, and Deering’s slow play. The Golf […]


BYO Dallas #2: Jeff “Skin” Wade at Josey Records

Jeff “Skin” Wade of The Ben & Skin Show (105.3 The Fan) and Dallas Mavericks television broadcasts joins host Drew Hamilton at Josey Records for episode #2 of BYO Dallas. Kick your feet up because these boys go 2+ hours talking about Skin’s musical background, his station hopping in the radio business, and the inside […]


BYO Dallas #1: The Sirois Boys at Twilite Lounge

Cash and Mike Sirois join host Drew Hamilton at The Twilite Lounge in Deep Ellum for the debut episode of BYO Dallas. Topics include SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket, Mikey’s stint with The Simpsons, and Cash’s world boating championship in Italy. Also, hear the back story for why their show is called Cirque du Sirois and […]


The Golf Bros #1: Shady Oaks with Curt Sampson and Ryan Sawyer

The Golf Bros (Drew Hamilton and David Deering) make their debut at Shady Oaks Country Club in Forth Worth, Texas with NY Times Bestselling Author Curt Sampson and PXG’s Ryan Sawyer. Sit back and enjoy the comedic banter between these four, as they talk about The Masters, Curt’s books, the secret sauce behind PXG, and […]


Shakedown Speak #5: 1975-1978

Grateful Dead fans Drew Hamilton and Mike Widmer are finally back to review the albums Blues for Allah, Terrapin Station, and Shakedown Street from the time period 1975-1978. Wid Kid brings the history. Hammy brings the humor…in an effort to cover up his inability to correctly pronounce King Solomon’s (13:28), climactic scene (43:48), and Italy […]


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