THE IRISH GOLFER PODCAST
The latest news features and in depth interviews from every level of Irish Golf. Stay Ahead of The Game with Irish Golfer.
In a bumper edition of the pod, we rejoice in Seamus Power's first PGA Tour win, admire the relentlessness of Collin Morikawa's second Major triumph. Discuss Shane Lowry's Ryder Cup prospects, Rory McIlroy's Olympic comments & more
It's Open week at Royal St. George's and on this week's edition of the podcast, we try to narrow down our idea of the winner of the last men's Major of the year. Rahm, McIlroy, Lowry? Whose name will be etched on the famous Claret Jug in 2021?
On this week's edition of the podcast we reflect on the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Mount Juliet and wonder, where do we go from here? We also talk Team Ireland's Olympic bid and another big week for Seamus Power
We recap a fruitful week for Ireland's fairway fliers, from Leona Maguire's best Major finish at the KPMG Women's PGA to big pay-days for Niall Kearney and Seamus Power. Niall also joins us to look ahead to this week's Irish Open at Mount Juliet
On this week's edition of the podcast we toast to Jonathan Caldwell's incredible win and chat through his journey to a maiden European Tour title. We recap nearly weeks for Leona Maguire & Seamus Power and round-up all the latest Irish golf news
On this week's edition we look back at the Irish Challenge at Portmarnock Links where, although no fans could see it, there were plenty of Irish eyes smiling as Dermot McElroy lifted the Christy O'Connor Jnr trophy as the top home player
The oldest Major winner prevailed on golf's longest golf course. And they say the game is broken? We look back on the week at Kiawah where the Ocean Course was only outshone by some Mickelson magic. We also talk Lowry, Harrington & much more
This week we take aim at the Irish challengers at Kiawah and discuss their claims to the Rodman Wanamaker trophy, and also look at the other narratives doing the rounds this week in South Carolina, not least Jordan Spieth's exciting Grand Slam bid.
It was the type of weekend Irish golf fans have been waiting for; a Rory McIlroy win, tri-colours in contention in Europe and the cream of the amateur crop rising to the challenge on arguably the biggest stage in the unpaid ranks
As honest as they come, Caolan Rafferty joins us to discuss his Walker Cup omission, why he believes the selectors got it wrong, and asks whose fence he has to paint for opportunities to come his way