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No Laying Up’s core philosophy is to engage in smart, nuanced discussion around all things golf. In doing so we feel it our responsibility to be open and honest when called for, but also to inject humor and levity wherever and whenever possible.

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NLU Podcast, Episode 170: Max Homa

Max Homa is headed back to the PGA Tour this week, and he stopped by the Killhouse while in town for the Web.com Tour Championship. He talks about what he’s learned from his time on the PGA Tour, the Web.com Tour, and everything in his golf career to date. He talks in detail about his previous stints on the big tour and why that hasn’t worked out, and why things will be differently this time around. Max is one of the most fun guys in the game, and we could have done this for another hour easily.

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