October 6, 2016
On the show this week we look back on the Ryder Cup 2016 from Hazeltine National Golf Club with the USA emerging victorious in arguably one of the most entertaining Ryder Cups ever. It was golfing theatre and it was spectacular to watch. We talk about the winners, the losers, the captains, the vice captains, the players, the good, the bad, the ugly, the drama, the crowds, the before, the middle, the after and the future.
We'll be back next week to review The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, a look towards the wrapping up of The European Tour season and the beginning of The PGA Tour season.
September 28, 2016
On the show this week we are in full Ryder Cup mode. Everything seems to be pointing towards an epic battle and we do our best to discuss all the angles in our preview.
How will the passing of The King, Arnold Palmer affect both sides and particularly the Americans and how will Rory's win boost him and the European team in their battle on US soil in Hazeltine National Golf Club. We break down the Captains, Vice Captains and the twelve men on both sides and still like everyone, struggle to come up with a winner...all we know is, we're going to love being in front of the TV this weekend.
We'll be back next week to review what the 40th Ryder Cup and to preview The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship played on three of the finest links courses Scotland has to offer.
September 13, 2016
On the show this week, we are back after a few weeks off and have mountains to catch up on. The golf world certainly didn't stop during our break.
Tiger announced his intent to return to competitive golf in October. Rory switched putters back to a Scotty Cameron and took on a new putting coach. The European Team filled up its roster with Darren's three picks. Davis made his first three of four picks for The USA. Jason Day joined Nike for clothing. And that's not even mentioning the tournaments were being won all over the world.
To wrap up the show, we preview The Italian Open on The European Tour and fifth and final Major of the year for the ladies, The Evian Championship.
August 9, 2016
On the show this week, we have a review of our own games and our preparation for our biggest club event of the year, The Captain's Prize. We talk about Nike's exit from the golf equipment market and talk about possible ramifications for their current stable of Pros including our own Rory McIlroy.
We review the The Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Matchplay on The European Tour won by Anthony Wall and The Travelers Championship on The PGA Tour won by Russell Knox, and which will forever be remebered for the fantastic and historic 58 shot by Jim Furyk - the first 58 in PGA Tour history.
To wrap up the show, we preview The John Deere Classic on The PGA Tour and The Men's Olympic Golf Competition from Rio de Janeiro.
August 2, 2016
On the show this week, we review the final Major of 2016 with Jimmy Walker emerging victorious at The 98th PGA Championship from Baltusrol Golf Club, one shot ahead of the charging Jason Day who made a spectacular eagle on the 18th to force Walker to par, which he calmly did to become the fourth first-time Major winner of 2016.
And to wrap up the show, we preview The Canadian Pacific Women's Open on The LPGA Tour, The Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Matchplay on The European Tour and The Travelers Championship on The PGA Tour.
July 26, 2016
On the show this week, we preview the final Major of 2016 with Steve Bamford of Golf Betting System. The 98th PGA Championship takes place at Baltusrol Golf Club, New Jersey.
Barry and Steve have an in depth talk about the course, the weather, skills and attributes required, the field, who we think will go well this week, discuss the Golf Betting System bets for the week and why they were picked and have a look through the field to see if there are any juicy long odds bets to be found.
We'll be back next week review the The PGA Championship, The RICOH Women's British Open, catch up on the news and a look ahead at the events of the coming week.
July 21, 2016
On a very special show this week, Barry had the pleasure of talking to Peter Kostis on the Sunday morning of The Open Championship. Peter is well known for his fantastic commentary on The PGA Tour for CBS, where we also get to hear his expert analysis of golf swings using the Konica Minolta BizHub SwingVision camera. Peter spoke to us about The Open, tips and advice for amateurs on various aspects of their games, changes to the game of golf, broadcasting and technology and a look forward to The Ryder Cup.
Barry and James also give their thoughts on one of the most phenomenal Open Championships and Majors' history with Henrik Stenson and Phil Mickelson going toe to toe for 36 holes over the weekend, with the powerful and scintillating Stenson emerging victorious at the end of a mesmerising battle at Royal Troon.
We'll be back next week with Steve Bamford of Golf Betting System to preview the final Major of the year, The PGA Championship from Baltusrol.
July 12, 2016
On the show this week, we welcome back our friend and golf betting expert Steve Bamford of Golf Betting System to preview The 145th Open Championship from Troon.
Barry and Steve have an in depth talk about the course, the weather, skills and attributes required, the field, who we think will go well this week, discuss the Golf Betting System bets for the week and why they were picked and have a look through the field to see if there are any fairy tale bets to be found.
We'll be back next week to our usual show format for a review of The Open Championship, a look at the news and to preview the events of the week ahead.
July 6, 2016
On the show this week, we leave our usual format aside to do a special combined podcast with Chris Solomon on No Laying Up, who recently visited for his first Irish Golf Trip, playing four magnificent courses in a whirlwind 48 hours.
Barry and Chris talk in detail about the four courses and how each is special in their own unique way. We alternated play between two links and two parkland courses: The Island Golf Club (which hosts an Open Championship Qualifier every year), The K Club Palmer Course (host of the 2006 Ryder Cup and the 2016 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open), Portmarnock (host of more Irish Opens and Championships than there is space to list) and Killeen Castle (host of the 2011 Solheim Cup). It was a spectacular weekend playing some of the best golf courses that the east coast and Ireland have to offer from its wealth of golfing riches - One that will never be forgotten.
We'll be back next week with our regular Major Preview show with Steve Bamford of Golf Betting System to talk about The Open Championship from Troon.
June 29, 2016
On the show this week, we have an overview chat about No Laying Up's visit to Dublin last weekend (the full weekend will go out as a joint podcast), and our own course Glen of the Downs teeing it forward for competitions.
More Olympic withdrawals, Muirfield to hold another vote on female membership, the cancellation of The Greenbrier and The Open Qualifiers from this week including one of last year's headline players, our own Paul Dunne.
We look back on the events of last week - Lydia Ko continued doing what Lydia Ko does in winning The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, Henrik Stenson was not so injured when he picked up The BMW International Open on The European Tour and Billy Hurley's wonderful win at The Quicken Loans National at Congressional on The PGA Tour.
And to wrap up we look ahead to the events of the coming week - The Cambia Portland Classic on The LPGA Tour, The 100th Open de France on The European Tour, The Barracuda Championship and on The PGA Tour and The WGC Bridgestone Invitational.