We talk PGA Tour and golf course architecture with PGA Tour pro Zac Blair! Topics range from Zac's unique path to the PGA Tour, his upcoming 2017 schedule, his golf course The Buck Club and a lot of golf course architecture talk. If you don't already follow Zac and the Buck Club on Twitter below.
Golf architect Michael McCartin joins to talk about one of America’s great lost municipal courses, the reversible Walter Travis East Potomac Park in the heart of Washington DC and how there’s a chance it is restored.
Patrick Boyd is the founder of National Custom Works and Boyd Blade and Ferrule. Patrick is one of the few people in golf making hand-crafted irons and also sports a wealth of golf course architecture. In part two we discuss fun golf courses, the fair police and take a trip down memory lane talking golf equipment of the yesteryear. If you missed part one, check it out and learn about Patrick's background and how he got into the equipment industry.
Andy is joined by Patrick Boyd founder of National Custom Irons and golf course architecture nut. They discuss Patrick’s company, custom irons, his role at Sweetens Cove and much more.
Tom Doak discusses his new project at Sand Valley. The two discuss Tom's desire to do different types of projects, his affinity for golf in England and then answer some listener questions.
The three part podcast with Yale Golf Coach Colin Sheehan.
Joe Bausch and Mike Cirba join the podcast to discuss their work to date on a restoration effort of one of America’s finest municipal course, Cobbs Creek.
Fox play-by-play guy and host of the Clubhouse podcast Shane Bacon joined Andy on the podcast. Their discussion ranged from this year’s USGA events to the upcoming Ryder Cup.
SB Nation's Brendan Porath and ESPN's Kevin Van Valkenburg join the podcast to recap a wild 2018 PGA. We discuss, Brooks Koepka, Tiger's run, Adam Scott's close call, the golf course and much more.