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.
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.
After being "forcefully volunteered" to cover for an ill employee in the bag room, Silk meets the head golf professional and is taught a lesson in customer service. Silk later learns why it is so important to treat country club employees fairly after dealing with a disgruntled member.
On tonight's episode Adam shares his views on whether or not golf balls are priced too high and if you can get more for your money with cheaper models. Adam closes the show out with a CONTEST* that you do not want to miss!
This episode was originally simulcast LIVE on Periscope! Be sure to follow Adam on Twitter at @golfunfiltered.
(*contest ends 11/18/17)
Adam reads the first chapter of his 2011 book, The Bag Room, on this week's episode of the podcast.
The Bag Room details Adam's time growing up as a caddy and bag room attendant at a local country club. Once self-published, this story cannot be found anywhere else.
Sam Uisprapassorn from Cut Golf is back on the podcast to talk about their exciting new golf ball, the Cut Grey.
Sam catches us up on how business has been since we last spoke to Cut Golf months ago. We go through the trials and tribulations of breaking through in the indie golf ball business, as well as the feedback he's received from customers and competition alike.
Be sure to check out Cut Golf at their website: www.cutgolfco.com.
Tiger Woods announced what will likely be his final return to professional golf, so how could I not record a podcast about it?
I give my thoughts on what Tiger's return at the upcoming Hero World Challenge will mean for his career, as well as why this comeback is likely his last. What should we expect from Tiger at this stage in his career? Will he actually play a full season again, or will his nagging injuries finally push him into retirement?
I close the show with a few listener-submitted questions.
On this week's episode of the podcast Adam answers listener questions courtesy of the member forum at The Hackers Paradise!
Adam answers questions that span a wide range of topics, including iron fitting, golf ball fitting, equipment release cycles, is a hot dog a sandwich, and why is ketchup the best condiment?
Alex Myers from Golf Digest makes his triumphant return to the podcast in this week's episode.
Alex and I discuss his latest work in the fun video series, The Loop, and what the atmosphere was like during the 2017 Presidents Cup press conference. We also discuss the challenge of covering sports in a time when topics like politics, natural disasters and social issues take precedent in the news.
Follow Alex Myers on Twitter at @AlexMyers3.
This week on the Golf Unfiltered Podcast we wrap up the 2017 President's Cup finale and touch on the Donald Trump protests in sports.
Adam also discusses three major points you will want to consider before getting a custom club fitting for the first time.
Josh Babbitt of THP Media returns to chat about new golf gear, variance in driver design, custom club fitting, and the resurgence of Cleveland Golf. Josh and I also announce a special contest you won't want to miss!
On tonight's episode of the podcast we welcome Mr. Derrick Brent, Attorney at Law, on the show to break down the PXG lawsuit against TaylorMade Golf.
Derrick has over 20 years as an attorney specializing in patent infringement cases, and even helped write the 2011 reform bill on patent law in the Senate. Derrick shares his expert view on what PXG is claiming, how TaylorMade may choose to defend those claims, and educates you on the ins and outs of patent infringement lawsuits. A huge thank you to Derrick for being so generous with his time and for his willingness to share his expertise!
Follow Derrick Brent on Twitter at @dekebrent.
In this special edition of the podcast I welcome the winners of the THP Championship held at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in Lemont, IL.
As a special bonus interview, I also sit down with two of the funniest guys you'll ever meet on the golf course.
Many thanks to THP Media and Budget Golf for inviting me out!
In today's episode Adam gives his take on the most newsworthy golf items of the week, including PXG signing Paige Spiranac to a sponsorship deal.
Adam also discusses the impending return of Tiger Woods, including the latest video of Big Cat hitting a pitch shot.
Finally, Adam briefly discusses his recent club fitting at True Spec Golf.
In this episode of the Golf Unfiltered Podcast I spend time talking about the importance of getting custom fit for your golf clubs, my experiences going through the process, and what you can expect from your own.
Grab a drink, maybe a cigar, sit back and listen to another episode of the podcast!
PGA Tour player Kyle Thompson joins the show tonight to talk life on the Web.com and PGA Tours, playing in the 2017 US Open, Steph Curry, and much more!
Mike Malaska, the renowned swing coach and golf instructor, joins the podcast to talk about his golf swing method and YouTube Channel.
Mike and I discuss a number of topics all related to his instructional methods and theories of the golf swing. What role does momentum play in the golf swing? What have amateur players been taught incorrectly for years? What's the most efficient way to start playing better golf right now? This is an episode you do not want to miss!
Mike Malaska is one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers in America, has been named as one of Golf Digest's Top 50 Teachers in America, and was named PGA Teacher of the Year in 2011. He is currently the Director of Instruction at both Superstition Mountain Golf & CC in Superstition Mountain, Arizona and Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona.
Follow Mike on Twitter at @MalaskaGolf.
Visit his YouTube Channel here.
Brendan Candon and Anthony Piazza are the co-founders of SidelineSwap.com, a peer-to-peer online marketplace that has just added golf equipment to its inventory.
Brendan and Anthony join the show to talk about their background in college athletics, what gave them the idea to build SidelineSwap.com, and what sets them apart from the competition. We also discuss the used sporting equipment landscape, where it's going, and why golf equipment does so well in this space.
Read my review of SidelineSwap.com here.
John Rae, Vice President of Research & Development/Operations/Intellectual Property for Cleveland Golf joins the show to talk about his new book, The Wedge.
What is the most important golf club in your bag? While most would say it's your driver or putter, John explains why that designation should go to the wedges you play. John shares his motivation for co-authoring The Wedge and how his years at Cleveland Golf have educated him on the wedge's importance.
John and I discuss the finer details that go in to designing a wedge, including what golfers everywhere should be most concerned about when choosing a wedge.
This is a fantastic episode for golf gearheads everywhere!
Christo Garcia from My Swing Evolution is back on the show to discuss his new documentary, 'Mr. Hogan.'
Christo and I discuss some of the finer points of his film, including what he learned from a visit to the Ben Hogan Golf Company. We offer our takes on golf equipment during Hogan's time compared to now, as well as how ahead of his time Mr. Hogan was with his club design.
Finally, Christo and I discuss everything that went into making the film and what this means to him on a personal level.
The Golf Unfiltered Podcast returns with special guest co-host JB from THP Media.
Adam and JB trade thoughts on the golf equipment industry as a whole, including the current landscape of equipment, common misconceptions within, and also what both guys are playing in their golf bags.
Finally, the guys announce an incredible contest that you absolutely have to get involved in!
Justin Wheelon, film actor, director and multiple Emmy-winner joins the podcast tonight to talk show business and golf.
Justin and I discuss his background that starts with a career as an assistant golf pro that shifted paths into acting. His talents have earned him three Emmy awards, multiple acting spots and more golf experiences than you could even imagine!
Follow Justin Wheelon on Twitter and Instagram at @justinwheelon.
I'm riding solo tonight as I let a little bit off my chest about the 2017 U.S. Open storylines we are all sick of hearing about.
I give my take on why we should stop talking about the difficulty of the tournament, why the length of the grass at Erin Hills doesn't matter, and I plead with everyone to stop talking about Phil Mickelson.