On this week’s edition of the podcast we recap a glut of golf at home and abroad, from another successful World Invitational renewal to Will Zalatoris’ maiden PGA Tour win & plenty in between
We were delighted to be joined by the K Club’s Liam Grehan as we look ahead to the K Club event, short but interesting chat with Gary Hurley and we welcome another Irish Major win
On this week’s edition of the podcast we recap a memorable week at St Andrews where Cam Smith stole the show from Rory McIlroy, and we also look ahead to what could prove to be a game-changing week in golf
On the eve of this week’s historic 150th Open, we dive deep into all things St Andrews, from the six-strong Irish contingent chasing the Claret Jug, to Tiger’s chances, our idea of the winner and the Old Course itself
On this week’s edition of the podcast there was no shortage of talking points, from the future of the Irish Open to the JP McManus Pro-Am and the Open at St Andrews. Could it be Tiger’s last?
On this week’s edition of the podcast we had two wins to celebrate as Padraig Harrington collected a fourth Major title and Gary Hurley broke through on Alps. We also recap the KPMG Women’s PGA and plenty in between
This week we discuss the PGA Tour’s response to LIV Golf and its impact on golf’s wider ecosystem and also preview the KPMG Women’s PGA tees off at Congressional
A wild week for golf largely dominated by LIV news ended with Rory McIlroy and Linn Grant showing the world why competition matters. After last week’s events, we wonder what’s next for the sport we love?
On this week’s edition of the podcast we were joined by Leona Maguire ahead of this week’s $10m U.S. Women’s Open. We chat Pine Needles. Stephanie Meadow. Big JP McManus Pro-Am announcements and much more
From JT’s playoff win over Will Zalatoris to agony for Mito Pereira, top-10s for Seamus Power and Rory McIlroy, and Shane Lowry’s staunch defence of the latter, we had plenty to get through on this week’s pod
On this week’s edition of the podcast we were delighted to be joined by Warrenpoint’s Colm Campbell fresh from his latest Flogas Irish Amateur victory at The Island on Sunday