The United States Ryder Cup team has lost their minds following their loss to Europe, and Patrick Reed is causing most of the ruckus. Adam jumps on the podcast to rant about all the breaking news as the drama unfolds.
Nick Clemens is the founder of Provision Events, a worldwide sports activation agency that specializes in enhancing the fan experience at professional golf events.
Nick and I discuss the origins of Provision Events including which obstacles he's had to overcome along the way. We also discuss what's in store for 2018 that many of us will be able to take advantage of at golf events all year.
Follow Provision Events on Twitter at @WeArePVE.
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.
Today on the podcast I welcome back "The Old Lady," Kristen, to the show to recap one of the more exciting major tournaments in recent memory: the 2017 Masters.
Kristen -- who moonlights as my wife -- offers takes that only she can provide on everything from Sergio Garcia being a cry-baby to Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler not playing up to their caliber. We also briefly touch on Twitter's Secret Tour Pro and what she thinks about running an anonymous social media account.
Follow Kristen on Twitter at @anast24.