Podcast.Golf, launching April 7, 2019 – the week of The Masters, seeks to become golf’s go-to podcast network. Through its website and mobile app (Android, iOS), golfers and fans will be able to choose from a comprehensive selection...
Podcast.Golf is partnering with a eclectic mix of golf podcasters, including big-name shows, as well as independent producers, each curating audio content on their channels.
Podcast.Golf will highlight and curate the best podcast and audio clips of the day. Listen on-the-go by downloading our mobile app - available for both iOS and Android platforms.
In addition to its library of shows, Podcast.Golf's home page will be set up as a news hub, featuring industry headlines, partner press releases, audio clips, blog posts, and much more.
Alan Shipnuck and Michael Bamberger recap the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. GOLF Magazine's senior writers tackle Gary Woodland's impressive victory, Brooks Koepka's dominant run, the state of Tiger's game and mindset, and the ideal U.S. Open rota.
The final day of the 2019 U.S. Open is upon us and Gary Woodland is on the verge of his first major victory at 11-under par. Sean Zak and Michael Bamberger discuss the top players nipping at his heels to hoist the U.S. Open trophy.
Sean Zak and Alan Shipnuck breakdown the major so far: Gary Woodland shot 6-under and stands atop the leaderboard at 9-under. But round one's leader, Justin Rose, is only 2 shots back while 29 players remain under par. Plus, Tiger and Lefty are still very much in the mix.
Dylan Dethier and Luke Kerr-Dineen react to all of Thursday's action which included an impressive leaderboard, underwhelming course conditions, Jordan Spieth calling out his caddy, and Tiger's 1-under performance.
Sean Zak and Dylan Dethier discuss Brooks Koepka's outspoken press conference from Tuesday at Pebble Beach. The four-time major was the talk of the media center and we hear his best bites from his time at the Podium.
Alan Shipnuck and Michael Bamberger discuss the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach and why players' criticisms regarding the USGA seem excessive. They also dive into the idea of narrowing the host list to have a more frequent rotation of the classic five or six U.S. Open courses.
During this instruction episode, GOLF.com Instruction Editor Luke Kerr-Dineen dives into one thing: distance off the tee! Joining him is writer Josh Sens who recently took a long drive lesson and hit the ball over 300+ yards, gaining 50+ yards on his average drives. So can everyone benefit from a long drive experience?
Monty stops by the studio to discuss Scotland's best exports, whiskey and golf! Sean Zak hosts as the former Ryder Cup captain discusses Team Europe's win in 2010 and his singles record in the event. He also offers his opinion on a wide range of topics including the increased focus on fitness, why he doesn't […]
The PGA Championship at Bethpage Black showcased the fan frenzy that comes with hosting a major golf tournament in New York. But was it an indication that crowds are becoming too mean spirited? Instruction Editor, and Team Europe super fan, Luke Kerr-Dineen wrote an article claiming the event has him "terrified." Host Dylan Dethier asks […]