December 7th, 2022 | Season 4 | 1 hr 1 min
baltusrol, bethpage, golf, golf history, tillinghast, us open, winged foot
Golf Historian, author and AW Tillinghast expert, Phil Young joins us on the show for Part 2 of the History of AW Tillinghast. In this episode we dive into some of Tilly's most famous designs, as we ponder the question of Tilly's genius and whether it was divine genius - ie... did he just inherently understand strategic golf design or did his architecture evolve?
Stick around for the end of the show where Phil riffs on 6 of Tilly's great designs.
November 20th, 2022 | Season 4 | 54 mins 7 secs
aw tillinghast, bethpage, golf, golf history, tillinghast, winged foot
This is Part 1 of a series of podcasts dedicated to the History of AW Tillinghast. In our first installment we dive into Tilly's early years, his golf career, we explore a theory that he might have been bi-polar and end this first show his break out golf design that helped catapult his career.
We are joined by Tillinghast historian and author, Phil Young.
September 13th, 2022 | Season 4 | 56 mins 36 secs
golf, golf design, golf history, king collins, landmand, sweetens cove
On Episode 90 we interview half of the dynamic duo that make up King Collins Golf Design, Rob Collins.
On this two part podcast we dive into Rob's personal golf history, the incredible history behind King Collins' first design, Sweetens Cove and finally a teaser of Episode #91 the birth of Landmand.
This podcast was made with Story Lounge Film Company.
August 9th, 2022 | Season 4 | 55 mins 33 secs
ben hogan, golf, golf history, history, jack nicklaus, macgregor golf
John Barba of MyGolfSpy joins us for the exciting conclusion of the Rise & Demise of MacGregor Golf. The company has started its death spiral, but there is a ray of hope on the horizon. How does a golf course design deal help bring an end to MacGregor? Listen to find out...
July 11th, 2022 | Season 4 | 57 mins 37 secs
british open, golf, golf history, st andrews, the open
The final half of my interview with St Andrews Golf Historian, Roger McStravick as we complete our two hour walk through the cobblestone streets of St Andrews.
June 26th, 2022 | Season 4 | 1 hr 5 mins
golf, golf history, old tom morris, open championship, st andrews, the open
We welcome back St Andrews Golf Historian, Roger McStravick to TalkinGolf History to give our listeners a walking tour of the Auld Grey Toon that will be hosting the 150th playing of the Open Championship.
A very special thanks to Monty Python and the Holy Grail for adding some much needed humor to the podcast.
June 13th, 2022 | Season 4 | 43 mins 43 secs
brookline, golf, johnny mcdermott, major champion, us open, usga
TalkinGolf - the golf podcast that's made in Australia but heard around the world
May 15th, 2022 | Season 4 | 26 mins 38 secs
caucasian clause, golf, golf history, pga, pga championship
This is the story of how the PGA of America's Caucasian Clause came to be and how it was banished in 1961, and how three men fought back against professional sports only racist bylaw.
This podcast tells the stories of triumph and misery which take place from 1896 to 1962.
A special thanks to our musicians
Matty Cupelli - "Touch"
Music Fellows - "Dream"
MRTN - "Searching"
MRTN - "Fragile"
Three amazing artists and four amazing songs which help us tell this story.
May 8th, 2022 | Season 4 | 1 hr 17 mins
golf, golf history, history, st andrews, stephen proctor, tom morris
A fabulous interview with the man St Andrews' Golf Historian, Roger McStravick once called, "the Bernard Darwin of our times,"
My friend, golf historian and author, Stephen Proctor joins the show to talk about his new book, "The Long and Golden Afternoon," how the book connects his previous book, "Monarch of the Green" and in the process he shares his own golf history and a preview of his upcoming sabbatical walking in the footsteps of Old Tom Morris.
April 21st, 2022 | Season 4 | 1 hr 19 mins
cobbs creek, golf, golf history, philadelphia, usga
I am joined by authors, historians and golf course architecture enthusiasts, Mike Cirba and Dr. Joseph Bausch to discuss the amazing history and the future restoration of Philadelphia’s first public golf course, Cobbs Creek.