76: Making Golf History Interesting
A game that has been around for more than 600 years is guaranteed to have more than its fair share of interesting history and our guest on Episode 76, Connnor Lewis, specialises in simultaneously entertaining and educating about the game's past. Find out why Bryson DeChambeau is 100 years behind the times with his single length irons and how 1800's plumbing standards are responsible for one of the elements integral to the game. Also, a special announcement this week of our Australian Open golf and podcast day to be held Monday, November 12 at Bonnie Doon Golf Club in Sydney. Come along for 18 holes followed by light refreshments and an interactive Q&A podcast recording with course co-designer and all around influential type Mike Clayton. Cost is $150 per player and places in the field are limited, email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest ASAP. Special Guest: Connor Lewis.