William McGirt joined us to discuss his recent hip injury, the recovery process, life on the PGA Tour, how mini tours made him a better golfer, and his incredible win at the 2016 Memorial Tournament. This is part one of a two part interview.
Veteran PGA Tour caddie John Wood joined us to talk about caddying for elite players on the PGA Tour, Ryder Cups, Presidents Cups, the 2017 Open Championship, his thoughts on rule changes and more. Incredible insight from a guy that has seen it all as far as professional golf goes. Thanks to John for joining us!
Stanford standout and current Web.com player Maverick McNealy joins the podcast to discuss how hockey has helped him with golf, his career at Stanford, transitioning to the professional circuit and more. Maverick is one of the most accomplished amateur golfers of all-time and offers a lot of honest reflection on his career so far. Thank you to Maverick for joining us!
Cliff Kresge joined us to discuss his recent performance at the 2019 PGA Tour Champions Q School, his efforts in raising money and awareness to fight autism and shared some other fun stories from throughout his career. Great story and huge congratulations to Cliff on earning his 2019 Champions Tour card!
Symetra Tour graduate and former podcast guest Elizabeth Szokol joins us to discuss her upcoming transition to the LPGA Tour! Elizabeth finished in 4th place on the 2018 Volvik Race for the Card money list, earning playing privileges on the LPGA Tour for 2019. Good luck to Elizabeth next year!
Golf club design and product development expert Mike Vrska joins the podcast! Jason and Mike discuss design and technology breakthroughs, whether there's a "next big thing", how product testing works and more! Phenomenal discussion for anyone that is interested in golf equipment and the product development process.
PGA Tour Winner and Ryder Cup player Ken Green joined the podcast to recap the demolition of Team USA in Paris. Ken played in the 1989 Ryder Cup at The Belfry and provides great insight, analysis and thoughts on why the US team can't get it done in Europe.