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Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro

On Next on the Tee we believe that PGA & LPGA Legends, players, top instructors and media members tell great stories that you'll really enjoy listening to. We are a golf podcast that challenges the notion that you have to be controversial or focused on Tiger Woods' swing or personal life in order to get people to listen. The way we challenge that notion is by bringing you a great lineup of guests every week who their share stories from inside the ropes plus insights and playing lessons that can help all of us lower our scores, improve our mental approach, and get more enjoyment out the game. We research the details and don't ask the simple general questions. We hope you'll make us a regular part of your golf content consumption.

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1989 Open Champion Mark Calcavecchia Talks PGA Championship, More 50+ Players Doing the Same, & the Ryder Cup...

06-10-2021

Mark Calcavecchia shares his thoughts on Phil Mickelson's win at the PGA Championship plus if we could see more 50+ year old players doing the same going forward. He also shares his thoughts on Jon Rahm having to withdraw from The Memorial, his experience playing in the 1989 and 1991 Ryder Cups, the gamesmanship that went from Seve during his matches, and if playing this year's Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits isn't much of a home course advantage.



LPGA Legend Jane Blalock Shares Stories From Her Amazing Career...

06-10-2021

Jane Blalock shares stories from her legendary LPGA career including her wins over LPGA Hall of Famers like Carol Mann, Kathy Whitworth, and Judy Rankin. We also what her life was like off the course, the impact Dinah Shore had on the LPGA Tour, and how Jane helped start the LPGA Legends Tour.



Jim McLean, One of the Greatest Instructors of All-Time, Joins Me...

06-10-2021

Jim McLean tells stories from his great college career at the University of Houston and getting to play alongside legends like Bruce Lietzke, John Mahaffey, Bobby Wadkins, Bill Rogers, and Tom Jenkins. We also hear about the work he's done as an Instructor with dozens of the greatest players of all time including our good friends Gary Player, Hal Sutton, and Jane Geddes, and the over 400 Teachers that have been certified through his instructional schools.



Mark Calcavecchia, Jane Blalock, & Jim McLean Join Me...

06-09-2021

Hear stories and insights from two of the game's great Legends in 1989 Open Champion Mark Calcavecchia and 27-time winner on the LPGA Tour Jane Blalock plus one of the all-time great Instructors Jim McLean.

Mark Calcavecchia shares his thoughts on Phil Mickelson's win at the PGA Championship plus if we could see more 50+ year old players doing the same going forward. He shares his thoughts on Jon Rahm having to withdraw from The Memorial, his experience playing in the 1989 and 1991 Ryder Cups, the gamesmanship that went from Seve during his matches, and if playing this year's Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits isn't much of a home course advantage.

Jane Blalock shares stories from her great LPGA career including her wins over legends like Carol Mann, Kathy Whitworth, and Judy Rankin. We also hear about Dinah Shores' impact on the LPGA Tour, and how Jane helped get the LPGA Legends Tour off the ground.

Jim McLean tells stories from his great college career at the University of Houston and getting to play alongside legends like Bruce Lietzke, John Mahaffey, Bobby Wadkins, Bill Rogers, and Tom Jenkins. We also hear about the work he's done as an Instructor with dozens of the greatest players of all time, and the over 400 Teachers that have been certified through his instructional schools.



Chip Beck Talks 1991 Ryder Cup, the Matches Pitting He and Paul Azinger vs. Seve & Jose Maria Olazabal, The PGA Championship, & Much More...

06-05-2021

In this segment of the Next on the Tee podcast, Chip Beck may be the most positive person on the planet and it comes through in our conversation. Hear him sharing memories from playing in the 1991 Ryder Cup at Kiawah Island, which is remembered for being the War on the Shore. Hear about how he and Paul Azinger faced off against Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Olazabal and the gamesmanship that went on during their matches. We also hear about Chip's close calls in majors, how that prepared him to win, and his breakthrough first victory at the 1988 LA Open.



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