Tonight on the podcast I welcome Sam Uisprapassorn and Matt Johnson of Cut Golf Co. to talk about their new golf ball line and subscription service.
Be sure to read out preview of the Cut Golf balls here.
Sam, Matt and I talk about the origins of the startup, the story behind the name "Cut Golf," and more on their background in golf equipment. We discuss where Cut Golf can fit in a massively saturated golf ball market, including the unique nature of their golf ball subscription service.
Follow Cut Golf on Twitter at @CUTgolfco.
This is a quick update to episode 102 and speaks to where I stand with the Secret Tour Pro story.
Many thanks to all who listened!
It has been a crazy 24 hours at GU HQ as I have learned more than I could possibly have imagined about the man behind Twitter's Secret Tour Pro (@SecretTourPro). Within an hour of posting a now deleted post on this blog with what I thought I knew about STP, five people have come forward telling me the real story.
Tonight, I talk to one of those people.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know any additional information about the Secret Tour Pro and if you would like to appear on the show. I'd love to hear your story.
Bill Hobson returns to the podcast this week to talk about his newest project, the Fore Golfers Network.
Bill has been in the golf media game for decades and brings a wealth of experience and stories to his new network. We discuss his mission and vision for FGN, as well as the FGN podcast (on which I assist from time to time). We also touch on current events like the Muirfield vote, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and more.
Follow Bill on Twitter at @ForeGolfersNetwork.
Dave Neville, Sr. Director of Brand Management, Metalwoods and Wedges for Callaway Golf joins the podcast to help us celebrate our 100th episode!
Contest ends 3/17/17.
Paul Regali, the man behind Twitter's @GhostOfHogan handle, joins the podcast tonight.
Paul and I talk about how he became so connected in the game of golf, his views on the Pat Perez/Tiger Woods situation, reminiscing on Twitter spats, and much more. We close the episode by answering more of your Twitter questions.
Follow Paul Regali on Twitter at @GhostOfHogan.
PGA Tour player Colt Knost joins the podcast to talk about life on Tour, his injury status, and shares two of the BEST gambling stories you'll hear.
Brendan Porath, Golf Editor and Staff Writer for SBNation.com, joins the podcast this evening.
Brendan and I talk the difference between Tiger Woods's health and that of Phil Mickelson and the paths both have taken to sustain their success on the course. We also discuss what our expectations should be from the new greats in golf, including Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Rory McIlroy. Finally, we opine how golf should be covered in the social media age and if transparency from players is a good thing.
Follow Brendan Porath on Twitter at @brendanporath.
Karin Hart, social media phenom, model and Swing By Swing marketing director joins the podcast tonight to talk life, golf, and much more.
We tackle a lot of topics in this discussion, including Karin's role at Swing By Swing and Swingcast, her thoughts on female golfers in social media, and the challenges with getting better at the game she loves.
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Eli Miller of Cleveland Golf, Srixon Golf, and XXIO Golf joins the show to talk about the newest offerings from his brands.
Mike Stachura, Senior Editor of Equipment at Golf Digest joins the show to educate our listeners on the processes that make the Hot List a reality, as well as dispell any myths surrounding its production.
Golf writer and golf equipment reviewer Troy Klongerbo joins the podcast tonight to share his methods and opinions on the review process and industry.
Golf writer Dan Hauser is back on the podcast to discuss the Costco brand Kirkland Signature golf ball craze, golf equipment review processes, and what consumers actually look for before making a purchase.
Adam Rehberg and Elliot Mellow of Bridgestone Golf return to the podcast to talk about Tiger Woods signing with their brand.
Chris Chaney and Dan Bier of SwingBySwing.com join the show to chat about Swingcast on Twitch.tv and give out some unique year-end awards.
From December 2015: An interview with the assistant to Twitter's Secret Tour Pro.
Adam rides solo tonight as he gives his annual State of the Union of Golf Unfiltered on this episode.
Matty Blake, TV personality and comedian, joins this episode of the Golf Unfiltered Podcast.
Bill Hobson, executive producer and host of Michigan Golf Live, joins the show tonight to share how he got started in covering golf, thoughts on golf media's future, and quite possibly the best Augusta National story I've ever heard.
ShutFaceGolf, the super opinionated and never imitated professional golf blogger guy, returns to the Golf Unfiltered Podcast to talk about Tiger Woods pulling out.
Golf writer Dan Hauser joins the show to recap the incredible 2016 Ryder Cup on this episode of the Golf Unfiltered Podcast.
Bill Holowaty is the Executive Vice President of Product Strategies at Miura Golf, and he's here to talk about their amazing brand on today's episode.
Bill and I discuss the story of Miura Golf, how Japanese culture influences the highest quality golf clubs you can buy, and we even touch on those Tiger Woods rumors!
Trevor Reaske from SB Nation is back to talk Ryder Cup 2016 on this episode of the Golf Unfiltered Podcast.
We trade takes on Davis Love's captain's picks, how the Euro squad measures up against the Americans, why Tiger Woods is so damn weird, and much more!
PGA Tour player Steven Bowditch hops on the show tonight to chat a little about the upcoming 2016 Ryder Cup.
Steven played in the 2015 President's Cup and offers his perspective of what it's like to play in a team match play event against the Americans. We talk about who the US and European teams might choose as captain's picks, as well as what strategy each team might implore during the matches.
Jimmy Ferguson of TigerGolfTraveler.com joins the show today to talk about his quest to play all 100 top golf courses as defined by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine.
Jimmy shares stories of his most memorable course visits, his top three courses so far, and tips on how to get on some of the most exclusive courses in the country.
Follow Jimmy Ferguson on Twitter at @TgrGolfTraveler.