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Jay’s Plays

Jay's Plays, hosted by Jay Flemma, is a podcast featuring in-depth interviews with voices spanning the golf universe, including writers, golf course architects and more.

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Catching up with Hank Gola


Legendary New York Daily News reporter and columnist Hank Gola joins Jay Flemma for a two-part conversation covering major topics in golf.

A conversation with 2018 US Am contestant Matt Cocorikis


Jay is joined by Indiana University player and Forsgate Country Club member Matt Cocorikis to talk about the evolution of his golf game, culminating in an appearance in the 2018 US Amateur at Pebble Beach. The two-part conversation covers a variety of topics.

2018 US Open preview with Tony Dear


GNN contributor, accomplished golfer and great writer Tony Dear joins Jay Flemma for a podcast previewing the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island, NY. Tony and Jay speak about the restoration work done by Coore and Crenshaw, and they discuss how that could impact the championship. Jay walks through the remarkable setup changes made by the USGA as well. Finally, the guys dip some into Sand Valley and the opening of the new David McLay Kidd gem, Mammoth Dunes.

Catching up with Steve Elkington


On this episode of "Jay's Plays," Jay is joined by 1995 PGA champion and two-time Players champion Steve Elkington to talk about his Wanamaker win, as well his two very different victories at TPC Sawgrass. Elk became the lone player to win The Players with a 72nd-hole birdie back in 1991, and then he went on to have the biggest win in Players history with a seven-shot drubbing in 1997\. Few people know Pete Dye's design as well as Elk, and his insight is awesome.

Post-Masters wrap with Marino Parascenzo


Legendary sports writer and columnist Marino Parascenzo joins Jay Flemma for a conversation wrapping up the 2018 Masters, Patrick Reed's victory, the downfall of Rory McIlroy, the close call of Jordan Spieth and more.  As well, Jay and Marino set the stage for the US Open at Shinnecock Hills in June.

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