iSeekGolf Podcast

iSeekGolf Podcast

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For golfers who think the game is serious fun
33: Mike Clayton Unplugged II
Nov 13 • 89 min
Mike Clayton might be the most interesting commentator the game has right now. His views are well researched and strongly held but always open to review if he finds an alternative that makes more sense. His opinions are unfiltered and too blunt for the…
32: The game’s best caddie, Steve Williams
Nov 6 • 61 min
All too often he's simply described as Tiger Woods' former caddie but that does a disservice to the extraordinary career of New Zealand's Steve Williams. 2018 will be his 40th year in the profession and the forthright Williams has no shortage of memories…
31: Tiger’s back and the Asia Pacific Amateur
Oct 30 • 71 min
As he did last year, Tiger Woods has announced he will make a return to competitive golf at his own tournament in the Bahamas in December. That should give the golf world, including us, plenty to speculate on for the next month but we also break down a…
30: Andy Johnson from The Fried Egg
Oct 23 • 89 min
Why does golf course architecture matter? Can Tiger Woods come back? What is the future of media coverage of the game? This and plenty more when Andy Johnson, founder of innovative and successful website www.friedegg.co, joins Episode 30 the podcast.…
29: Hannah Green’s remarkable season and what is Tiger playing at?
Oct 16 • 68 min
We've been talking up her game both on and off the course all year and Hannah Green has met and exceeded all expectations in both departments. On episode 29 of the iSeeokGolf Podcast the LPGA bound West Australian makes her second appearance and shows…
28: The joy of links golf and does the game need an offseason?
Oct 9 • 62 min
The week that passes for golf's offseason in the US is already over and Season 2017/18 is upon us. Bruce Young and Rod Morri ponder whether that is good for the game as well as delving into what makes Brooke Henderson such a great ambassador for golf,…
27: Golf Channel’s Phil Blackmar on ‘Brain Bifurcation’ and the state of the game
Oct 3 • 56 min
Phil Blackmar is one of the game's most interesting and insightful commentators whose analysis on Golf Channel is always worth listening to. He joins the podcast this week to chat about everything from why the Web.com Tour Finals are more interesting than…
26: Golf Australia’s Mark Hayes and solving the game’s problems
Sep 25 • 71 min
The uniqueness of golf and the issues it faces is under the microscope this week with Golf Australia Media Manager Mark Hayes. Topics include how you can win a trip to Barnbougle Dunes and King Island (enter here http://www.golf.org.au/golfmonth), the…
25: Marc Leishman plus the 54 hole major
Sep 19 • 66 min
Marc Leishman is one of the game's genuine nice guys but he might just be starting to realise how good he is. We chat about that as well as the apparent death of the One Asia Tour, the rights and wrongs of a golfer winning $10 million, the unusual…
23: For real pressure, watch the Web.com Tour
Sep 4 • 66 min
This week Web.com Tour Digital Producer Kevin Prise joins the podcast to explain how the Web.com Finals work as well as delve into what makes America's secondary Tour so compelling to watch. Kevin is also co-host of the Tour's recently launched podcast,…
22: Mark Broadie and how Strokes Gained can help you
Aug 28 • 90 min
In the old days golf stats were simple. Things like Fairways Hit and Total number of putts taken ere the benchmarks but all that has changed recently with the introduction of Strokes Gained. The man behind the system, Mark Broadie joins the iSeekGolf…
21: Jason Norris and the Solheim Cup
Aug 22 • 64 min
Life as a golf pro is nowhere near as glamorous as most of us think and Fiji International winner Jason Norris is living proof. Jason's win this week was one of the most popular in recent memory and he joins Bruce Young and Rod Morri to chat about how…
20: Quail Hollow thumbs up or down?
Aug 14 • 63 min
Sunday's finish was high on excitement but did that mask issues with the PGA? Adrian Logue says yes and makes some interesting and valid points to support his theory. Also, the case for Hideki Matsuyama being golf's most intriguing top flight golfer (the…
19: Mike Clayton unplugged
Aug 8 • 103 min
It's a long one this week listeners but well worth the effort as we explore all things golf with the insightful, sensible and extraordinarily knowledgeable Mike Clayton. Clayton is a former touring professional turned course architect and commentator…
18: The reality of running a pro tournament
Aug 1 • 68 min
With the number of professional golf tournaments played each week you'd think they'd be easy to organise. You'd be wrong. Today's guest Michael Goldstein has spent the best part of two years to realise his dream of bringing the LPGA Tour to New Zealand…
17: The importance of the bag man
Jul 24 • 63 min
Cynics have even been heard to proclaim that a caddie has never hit an important shot in a tournament but the bagmen proved their worth at Royal Birkdale last week. iSeekGolf co-host Bruce Young is a former international caddie and on episode 17 we delve…
16: The Open is here at last
Jul 18 • 70 min
Adam Bland tees up in his third Open Championship at Royal Birkdale while iSeekGolf's Adrian Logue covers his first. We chat to both on Episode 16 as well as get Bruce Young's take on what to expect when the 146th edition of the game's oldest major tees…
Ep15: Great week for Aussie golf
Jul 11 • 46 min
One of the most popular wins in recent memory as Katherine Kirk breaks a seven year drought while Curtis Luck continues his relentless push for a US PGA Tour card. Meantime, the rules are in the headlines again with Jon Rahm under the spotlight and the…
Ep14: Bryden Macpherson on life and golf
Jul 3 • 92 min
Bryden Macpherson is one of only two Australians ever to win the British Amateur championship but he's also one of the game's more articulate and intelligent thinkers. He joins the podcast on Episode 14 for an enlightening chat about golf, life and…
Ep13: Give women the respect they deserve
Jun 26 • 64 min
Does Spieth compare with Tiger? Is women's golf more interesting than men's? And was caddying more dangerous in the 1970's? All that and more on episode 13 of the iSeekGolf podcast…
Ep12: Was Erin Hills good for golf?
Jun 20 • 61 min
It was the longest course in US Open history but yielded the equal lowest score in relation to par by a player who epitomises the modern power game that is professional golf. Does this tell us anything good or bad about the state of the game? Join Bruce…
11: It’s US Open week at last
Jun 12 • 67 min
The US Open dominates the discussion this week with lots of chat about the role of USGA Chief Mike Davis, the risks the organisation has been taking in the past decade with course selection and setup as well as who to look for come Sunday afternoon.…
10: US Open Qualifying
Jun 6 • 54 min
Does it matter what golf courses look like on TV, how has the internet changed the way golf is sold and consumed and is Adam Scott the games most articulate top player? Plus, the simple, or simplistic, idea to help bring more people to golf. Morri: Bring…
9: Special guest host Hannah Green
May 29 • 64 min
Promising Australian professional Hannah Green joins Rod Morri and Bruce Young as co-host for this episode. Hannah is one of Australia's most promising young players and already has one win on the LPGA's secondary Symetra Tour. The three discuss…
8: Special guest host Mark Hensby
May 23 • 75 min
Episode 8 of the iSeekGolf podcast features a very special guest host, PGA Tour winner and former President's Cup player Mark Hensby. Mark joins us to update us on his career and to reflect on his experiences over 2 decades of golf at the highest levels.…
7: THE PLAYERS review and the relentless progression of technology!
May 16 • 60 min
In this week's episode Rod, Bruce & Adrian review all the action from Si Woo Kim's win at THE PLAYERS Championship, discuss the controversy whipped up from Brandel Chamblee and Nick Faldo's opinions on Ian Poulter's performance and we examine Greg…
6: Sam Brazel and Why 18 holes?
May 9 • 77 min
Bruce Young and Rod Morri are joined by European Tour player and reigning Hong Kong Open champion Sam Brazel to get his thoughts on the GolfSixes event played in England last week. Brazel and Scott Hend represented Australian in the tournament and lost to…
5: Cam Smith and rules expert Missy Jones
May 2 • 90 min
Rules expert Missy Jones joins the podcast to talk all things golf rules plus the panel breaks down Cam Smith's win, Alexander Levy's entertaining play and the possibility the governing bodies will outlaw those green mapping books you see the pros use on…
4: Golf is more than a game
Apr 24 • 60 min
When iSeekGolf forum member Live4Golf took his own life last year it sent shockwaves through the community. But fellow member Ben Flintoff is determined Paul Jordison won't be forgotten and so was born the idea of Longest Travelling Hat. We also touch on…
3: Caddiegate
Apr 17 • 52 min
Jason Dufner has been hammered on social media after some poor behaviour in the final round of the RBC Heritage event while Lydia Ko dumped her bagman despite finishing T2 at the weekend in Hawaii. Bruce Young, Adrian Logue and Rod Morri dissect that as…
2: Masters Review
Apr 11 • 63 min
Is there too much money in professional golf, will Sergio Garcia's standing in the game change after his Masters win and who will have the task of keeping adversaries apart at the Champions dinner in coming years? All this and more in Episode 2 of the…
1: Lexi rules drama, Masters preview
Apr 5 • 50 min
In the first episode of the iSeekGolf podcast we talk about the controversy over the Lexi Thompson penalty in the ANA Inspiration, we preview this weeks US Masters and we bring you an interview with John Boyette of the Augusta Chronicle…