Jeff Smith interrupts his special teaching gig in NYC at one of those fancy schmancy golf courses we can’t afford to give us amateur golfers some tips on pitching and chipping guaranteed to save us strokes around the green every round!
Frank Basset, from Golf Talk America podcast heard on PGATour.com is a guest on this week’s show. Frank is an avid golfer (but like the rest of us, he stinks) who has the opportunity to hang with the famous and the infamous. He rubs shoulders with many, including Ray Stevens, one of the funniest men Read more about Some Golf Talk, America[…]
Ed Byman has had one very cool Golf life. He was a PGA Tour Pro and beat Lee Trevino in the Mexico Open in 1974. In the late 1990’s, he saw this “internet thing” taking off and started thinking of ways to marry the internet with golf. In the early 2000’s Ed helped develope a Read more about Episode 79 – The Ed Byman Interview[…]
On episode 97 of Those Weekend Golf Guys we interview Bret Blakely, founder and owner of the OnCore Golf ball company. They are designing a new, smart golf ball. A ball that will give you all the details you would want like: ball speed off the Tee, yards in the air, yards of roll out, Read more about Golf Ball With A Brain[…]
Gerina Piller After a successful collegiate career at U. of Texas El Paso, Gerina turned Pro in 2007. She may also look familiar from her appearance on the Golf Channel’s “Big Break” program. The sight of this beauty crying her eyes out in disappointment after a miserable round on the final day of Olympic competition Read more about Women We Won’t Soon Forget[…]
LPGA Legends Return To French Lick Once a year, for the past few years, the Golf Guys have made the short trek to French Lick Resort for 3 days of some great golf on the Pete Dye Course. Oh, not us, the LPGA Legends are once again holding their tour championship on Pete Dye’s beautiful Read more about Live From The Legends Championship[…]
On this weekend’s show we talk to Aaron Foster from Golf Overnight on the benefits of shipping your clubs to your destination rather than schlepping them on an airplane or using some other shipping service. $44 each way! Guaranteed to be the least expensive. Jeff and John also berate the USGA on many levels about Read more about Will Your Clubs Make It?[…]