Team Secret Golf is out in force — inside the ropes and out — at The Players Championship. Diane Knox is posted up at the nearby Marriott Sawgrass, speaking with Secret Golf players as they prepare to play in the PGA Tour’s Crown Jewel or pass through town checking out the trappings of the fifth major and Ponte Vedra Beach.
With so many interviews and podcasts, we’re using this space as a central spot for all Secret Golf Podcast episodes from The Players.
He’s had five top-10 finishes this season and Marc Leishman is certainly eyeing that win. Leishman and Knoxy sit down to talk about The Players Championship the day before the tournament gets underway. Hear him talk about his strategy for TPC Sawgrass, how he’s been working on his alignment and the incredible charity Marc and his wife Audrey have put their hearts into.
Chris Stroud closed his practice day with a sit-down with Knoxy. They talked about the course set-up, why he thinks this is “arguably the best tournament in the world” and what he needs to do this week to really contend. In addition, Stroud looks back on his efforts to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The latest Secret Golf player to stop by and see Knoxy for a chat was Brian Harman. After playing 9 holes at TPC Sawgrass, Harman tells us what he’s been working on prioir to The Players, how he really focuses on the sound of his shots and why his family has a lot to celebrate this weekend – hopefully including a win on Sunday.
Winning the Valero Texas Open a few weeks ago secured Andrew Landry’s debut appearance at The Players Championship, and he couldn’t be more excited to be part of the field. Knoxy spoke to Andrew about his strategy for TPC Sawgrass, the holes he wants to really attack and why winning again is top of his agenda.
He’s won twice on the PGA TOUR this season and Patton Kizzire stopped by to catch up with Knoxy after he played 9 holes at TPC Sawgrass. On this podcast, listen to Patton reflect on the season so far, hear him explain why he’s working on a ‘one-way miss’ with his driver ahead of The Players Championship and the guys talk about the recent success of the Auburn men’s golf team.
Siblings reunited! On this Secret Golf podcast, Knoxy sits down with her brother, Russell, to talk about his preparation for The Players Championship. Listen to Russell discuss his season so far, his game – especially on the greens – and why he feels he’s “right on the doorstep” of playing his best golf.
Our newest Secret Golf signing is at The Players Championship. LPGA Tour star Sandra Gal swung by to see Knoxy (on her birthday!) to talk about her visit to watch the guys at TPC Sawgrass. We find out more about her, her game, her equipment and why she likes to follow the PGA Tour when she has some time off. Happy birthday, Sandra!
It’s brilliant to catch up with our players at The Players Championship. Jason Kokrak took some time away from the range to sit down with Knoxy and talk about his season so far, how he’s been preparing for the tournament and, with Mother’s Day just around the corner, how his Mom played an active role in his path to the PGA Tour.
He’s one of the biggest hitters on Tour, but how does Ryan Palmer navigate around TPC Sawgrass? Knoxy met him for a catch up at The Players Championship.
In a pair of special Secret Golf Podcast episodes, Elk and Knoxy talk through each of Elk’s Players wins in 1991 and 1997.
The Players is always an exciting tournament on the TOUR schedule but one that means an awful lot to Steve Elkington, champion in 1991 and 1997. In a pair of podcasts, Knoxy talks to Elk about both wins. They talk about the shots, the stats, the nerves and the big moments that led to the celebrations on the 18th green. On this podcast, Knoxy delves deep into the life-changing win of 1991.
In the second of our special podcasts with Steve Elkington, Knoxy talks to him about his most dominating career victory in 1997 at TPC Sawgrass – a win very different to that of 1991. Hear him describe his adapted putting technique and how he “maxed out” on his golfing ability on the final day.