Adam reads chapter six of his self-published book, The Bag Room.
Silk gets a crash course is sports betting, including what it feels like to win (and lose) money you might not have.
Evan Singer is one-third of the trio that makes up a new golf podcast, The Par Train.
Evan shares how he and his friends came up with the idea for the podcast, their inspiration on how to stand out from the competition, and even a few highlights from past shows.
Follow the Par Train on Twitter at @TheParTrain.
Adam reads chapter four of his self-published book, The Bag Room.
Silk learns a hard lesson in security systems and employee privileges on a Monday when the country club is closed to members.
Jason Finley, Global Director of Brand Management, Golf Ball at Callaway Golf joins the show to continue our discussion on golf ball distances.
Jason and I discuss what goes into researching and developing a new product, and how that work benefits both amateurs and professionals. Jason shares his thoughts on distances in the pro game and whether or not we need to worry about classic golf course architecture.
Adam reads chapter three of his book, The Bag Room.
Silk has been promoted to the bag room and learns how to drive the driving range picker. Clayton is introduced and teaches Silk everything he needs to know about the driving range ball washer, including how NOT to fix it.
Michael Breed of the Golf Channel joins the podcast to share his thoughts on whether or not there is a distance problem in golf.
Michael and Adam discuss everything from bifurcation, golf course architecture, the history of golf equipment and more in this highly educational debate.