iSeekGolf Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

124 episodes of iSeekGolf Podcast since the first episode, which aired on April 5th, 2017.

  • ISG 109: Brooks Koepka The Enigma

    May 20th, 2019  |  57 mins 13 secs

    His golf over the last two years has been other worldly but for some reason Brooks Koepka doesn't seem to connect with golf fans like stars from other generations. On Ep 109 Bruce Young, Adrian Logue and Rod Morri explore why that might be as well as chat about the Bethpage Black course, the New York crowds and the US Senior Women's Open at Pine Needles.

  • ISG 108: Life In Golf's Echo Chamber

    May 13th, 2019  |  59 mins 36 secs

    There's never been a time when the golf consumer had access to more content. Between podcasts, blogs, websites, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and more, there's almost no end to stories about every facet of the game. But is the game better for it or is most of it really the same content just dressed a little differently? That was the question The Golf News Net founder Ryan Ballangee posed on Twitter last week and we liked it so much we got him on the show to expand on it.

  • ISG 107: Looping at Barnbougle Dunes

    May 6th, 2019  |  41 mins 41 secs

    Even people who have visited Barnbougle Dunes in Tasmania often don't realise there is small band of regular caddies available to guide guests around the facility's two courses. On a recent trip to the island state, the ISG Pod caught up with one of these intrepid bag men to find out what life is like with two world top 50 courses as your office.

  • Golf Nerdery With Brett Hochstein

    May 1st, 2019  |  1 hr 12 mins

    Brett Hochstein is an American design-build architect very much in the modern mould and has worked on projects in both Europe and the US. Brett is a self confessed golf nerd and he proved it with a recent blog post on bunkers which weighs in just shy of 2000 words. Yes, 1,970 words devoted exclusively to the look and placement of sand on a golf course.

  • Meg Maclaren On Golf

    April 22nd, 2019  |  1 hr 3 mins

    Meghan Maclaren is fast establishing herself as one of the 'go to players' in golf. Her thoughtful and eloquent blog posts are matched by her ability to speak off the cuff on golf topics big and small. Add in the fact she's a seriously good player who successfully defended her NSW Open title earlier this year and the golf world is quite lucky to have her.

  • Tiger

    April 15th, 2019  |  1 hr 13 mins

    What else is there to say? Tiger Woods is now a 15 time major winner and five times a Masters champion and the whole world is captivated like they have never been by any other golfer - or perhaps sports person - in history. Join Bruce Young and Golf Australia magazine correspondent Jimmy Emanuel as we chat all things 2019 Masters including the performances of the four Australians in the field.

  • Ep 103: Augusta National - Golf's Conundrum

    April 8th, 2019  |  49 mins 39 secs

    It's the most famous golf club in the world and plays host to one of the most prestigious championships in the game but do we sometimes give Augusta National a free pass because of The Masters? Justin Falconer was on site at the inaugural Augusta National Women's Amateur and joins Episode 103 to discuss that plus a first timer's impressions of the world's most famous golf course.

  • Ep 102: The Importance Of Public Golf

    April 1st, 2019  |  1 hr 9 mins

    What is the outlook for public golf in Australia? What are the courses doing it well and what can we learn from them? As urban sprawl continues to increase pressure on shared space, public golf will continue to come under scrutiny and if the game wants to survive it is a reality that needs to be faced now. Matt Day, current manager at Collier Park in WA but formerly of the Wembley golf complex in Perth, joins Episode 102 to share some thoughts on the state of public golf in Australia and its health into the future.

  • Ep 101: Christina Kim And The State Of Golf

    March 26th, 2019  |  1 hr 1 min

    Christina Kim is one of golf's most engaging players and joins this week's ISG Pod to chat all facets of the game. From the experience of playing the combined Vic Opens for the first time (spoiler alert: she's kicking herself for not coming sooner) to the brilliance of Lorena Ochoa and the future of televised golf, Kim is thoughtful and funny in equal measure as she helps explore an eclectic mix of topics on Episode 101.

  • Ep 100: How Podcasts Are Changing Golf And The World

    March 18th, 2019  |  1 hr 33 mins

    To celebrate the 100th episode of the iSeekGolf Podcast we thought it would be fitting to take a look at how time shifted audio has changed the media landscape. There are believed to be more than 660,000 podcasts in the world already with the number going daily and if you're into golf there is no shortage of options regardless of your interest. Regular guest Mike Clayton joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue to discuss his own podcast resume and his thoughts on the medium more broadly while all three share some of the shows in their regular podcast rotation (both golf and non golf).

  • Ep 99: UK Golf Guy In Australia

    March 11th, 2019  |  1 hr 15 mins

    The world of Twitter has drawn together an eclectic mix of golf architecture nerds and on episode 99 we meet another one: David Jones - aka UK Golf Guy. David is currently in Australia sampling some of the best golf we have to offer and sits down for a broad chat on all things golf and how the Australian experience compares with the rest of the world. David has travelled to almost every corner of the globe playing golf and his take on Australian golf is both fascinating and instructive for those in the business of bringing golfers to these shores. David also has some interesting thoughts on the broader issues facing the game including the role of professional golf in attracting people to play.

  • Ep 98: Darius Oliver: The Farm, The Future And Preserving Great Golf

    March 4th, 2019  |  1 hr 11 mins

    The best discussions in life are the ones that make you think and Episode 98 of the #ISGPod does just that. We're joined by Darius Oliver of Planet Golf to talk his recently opened short course - The Farm at The Hills in New Zealand - but the discussion quickly wanders into much broader and more interesting areas as well. Darius is passionate, intelligent, articulate and thoughtful and a real joy to disagree with.

  • Ep 97: @Hainesy76 - The Golf Course History Photo Guy

    February 25th, 2019  |  1 hr 7 mins

    Social media has allowed all sorts of people with niche interests to discover each other and Simon Haines is one of golf's best examples. He developed an interest in course architecture after his own home course in England - a Harry Vardon/Harry Colt design - underwent changes in the 90's. Seeking to find what the course was originally likes, Haines found himself drawn to the history of not only his own course but others around the world. The advent of the internet meant the available resources suddenly grew exponentially and Simon - or @Hainesy76 as mots people know him - is now one of the most interesting accounts to follow on Twitter.

  • Ep 96: Irish Star Leona Maguire

    February 19th, 2019  |  43 mins 59 secs

    Ireland's Leona Maguire is one of the most promising young players in the women's game and makes her debut as a Ladies European Tour member at the Australian Ladies Classic at Bonville in northern NSW this week. Maguire boasts an impressive amateur record and carries high expectations as she embarks on her professional career. She sat down with the ISG Podcast for a lengthy interview about all facets of the game including her chances this week.

  • Ep 95: Mike Clayton talks all things golf

    February 12th, 2019  |  57 mins 1 sec

    After seven years the innovative Vic Open finally got the international attention it deserved with the co-sanctioning of the LPGA and European Tours seeing it make headlines the world over. Mike Clayton caddies for US star Christina Kim and joins the podcast to talk about the importance of the event and how things looked from the inside.

  • Ep 94: Meghan Maclaren and Felicity Johnson on golf and gender inequity

    February 5th, 2019  |  1 hr 4 mins

    On January 16, English golfer Meghan Maclaren sent out a tweet noting the difference in prize funds between a Ladies European Tour event and a men's European Tour event being played in Abu Dhabi a week apart. What followed was a three day uproar over whether the game's top professional women get a raw deal from sponsors, equipment manufacturers and fans alike. Meghan joins Felicity Johnson and Rod Morri on Episode 94 of the iSeekGolf podcast to talk about that incident in the context of gender inequity in the game. Its more fun than it sounds and there's some other golf chat along the way as well.