Connor Lewis was a latecomer to the game but soon fell in love with its history and traditions. Over the past decade and a bit, he has immersed himself in golf's past and recently set up a Twitter account dedicated to exposing interesting fats about how the game came to be what we know today.
September 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 26 mins
Connor Lewis came to the game late in life but has been a devoted student of its history for a little over 10 years. It's his mission to make golf's past both educational and engaging and he does an excellent job of both. On episode 76 he chats with hosts Rod Morri and Adrian Logue about everything from Harry Vardon's single length irons to what we can take from the past to make the game better in the present. Also, a special announcement this week of our Australian Open golf and podcast day to be held Monday, November 12 at Bonnie Doon Golf Club in Sydney. Come along for 18 holes followed by light refreshments and an interactive Q&A podcast recording with course co-designer Mike Clayton. Cost is $150 per player and places in the field are limited, email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest ASAP.