Rod is an award-winning golf journalist with more than 20 years experience and has covered everything from major tournaments to junior golf at the local level. Rod began his life in the media as a daily news reporter for News Limited in Sydney.
August 13th, 2018 | 1 hr 9 mins
Hannah Green was one of our first guests on the ISG Pod when we kicked off last year and she has lost none of her charm or eloquence in the intervening months. We chat with Hannah about life on the LPGA, Tiger, Adam Scott and the PGA. her first exposure t Links golf (hint - it came only last month!) and lots more as well.
August 6th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
Two time Ladies European Tour winner Felicity Johnson joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue to discuss the potential impact of Georgia Hall's win at the Women's British Open as well as the state of women's professional - and recreational golf - more broadly. We also chat a bit of Tiger Woods....
August 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 20 mins
Tom Coyne's A Course Called Ireland was the second target of the ISG Podcast Book Club and now he joins us to discuss his new work, A Course Called Scotland. You might have heard Tom on a bunch of other golf podcasts in recent weeks but this interview went in some unexpected - and fascinating - directions.
July 22nd, 2018 | 1 hr 5 mins
What a week and more especially what a final round of the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie. ISG Podcast co-host Adrian Logue is on site in Scotland and joins Bruce Young and Rod Morri to take a closer look at what unfolded as Francesco Molinari claimed his first major championship title.
July 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 41 mins
Golf fans come from all over the world to watch The Open and while they're there many take the opportunity to sample links golf. Among them this year is ISG Pod co-host Adrian Logue who played his first round at the Old Course last week and has come away a changed golfer.
July 9th, 2018 | 1 hr 8 mins
iSeekGolf podcast co-host Bruce Young was a caddie in a former life including looping for Graham Marsh at the 1975 Open Championship at Carnoustie. With the tournament returning there in two weeks' time, Bruce joins host Rod Morri on episode 66 to chat about that week as well as the Tiger Woods/Phil Mickelson made for TV match, whether Sei Young Kim's record scoring performance was tainted by an easy course (it wasn't) plus the Joel Dahmen/Sung Kang 'cheat' incident.
July 2nd, 2018 | 59 mins 46 secs
Robert von Hage was one of the great characters of the golf course design business though was not as well known as his larger than life personality warranted. The playing of the French Open at Le Golf National this past week, and the upcoming Ryder Cup at the same venue, prompted this chat with design and business partner and friend Rick Baril.
June 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 38 mins
Many believe it was the tournament that launched the game in America and there's no doubt that in the annals of the game's history the 1913 US Open stands out as extraordinary. Mark Frost's semi-fictional account of the epic victory by 20-year-old amateur Francis Ouimet - in a play-off over the game's two best players of the day, Ted Ray and Harry Vardon - is a fascinating read and hosts Rod Morri and Adrian Logue are joined by special guest Tony Dear to break down The Greatest Game Ever Played.
June 18th, 2018 | 50 mins 34 secs
"Never a dull moment" should become the USGA tagline for the US Open Championship after another eventful, and controversial, staging of the year's second major. John Huggan joins Bruce Young and Rod Morri with some thoughts on what unfolded at Shinnecock Hills in New York.
June 11th, 2018 | 1 hr 12 mins
Many media pundits believe print is dead but former Guardian golf correspondent Lawrence Donegan is not among them. Donegan has co-founded a new publication, McKellar Magazine, which aims to offer some of the best golf writing and stories you won't find elsewhere. Issue One is already proving a hit with some of the game's most esteemed writers making contributions, among them Geoff Shackelford, Lorne Rubenstein and Australia's own Mike Clayton. Lawrence joins the pod to chat about the new venture in a wide ranging chat that wanders off on several fascinating tangents.
June 4th, 2018 | 1 hr 26 mins
Tom Doak is one of the modern era's best known and most respected golf course architects whose work is highly regarded among peers and golfers alike. In 2010 ISG Podcast co-host Rod Morri sat down for a lengthy chat with the American about all things golf design, from the Golden Age of Architecture to the future of golf development.
May 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 7 mins
Needing a break after last week's epic Book Club episode host Rod Morri has delved into the archives of the TalkinGolf podcast and uncovered a fascinating 2010 chat with one of the game's premiere course architects, Bill Coore.
May 22nd, 2018 | 2 hrs 32 mins
Behemoth. That's the only way to describe the fifth instalment of the ISG Book Club but the subject is worthy of at least double the length of our longest episode yet. Mike Clayton joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue for a deep dive on one of the most important golf books ever written, The Spirit of St Andrews by Dr Alister Mackenzie.
May 14th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
Does golf need, or even deserve, a serious media? What role has the slew of new digital media platforms had on coverage of the game and has it been good, bad or indifferent? All this and more the we chat with one of the games sharpest minds, Brad Klein from Golf Advisor.
May 8th, 2018 | 58 mins 10 secs
adam scott, jason day
John Huggan is one of the best and most respected golf writers in the game and joins Bruce Young and Rod Morri on this week's episode to talk The Players, the new Tiger, Jason Day, Adam Scott not being in the US Open and a surprising take on Golf Sixes.
May 1st, 2018 | 1 hr 10 mins
augusta national, brandel chamblee
It started with warring columns and ended with one of the more entertaining iSeekGolf podcasts since we started last year. Brandel Chamblee joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue to talk Alister Mackenzie, US Open course set up, Peter Thomson's hair and much more on Episode 56.