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The 19th Hole Golf Show
Ryan Ballengee has been hosting The 19th Hole Golf Show for more than a decade. What began nervously behind a naked microphone in a friend's basement turned into a prominent golf podcast, tackling current and latent issues in the game with some of the sport's biggest voices in the conversation.
Since launching his first golf writing website in 2004, A Walk In The Park Jay Flemma 's expertise on the pro tours, golf course architecture, and golf travel have garnered wide industry respect. In researching his books on America's great golf courses, Jay has played over 500 nationally ranked public golf courses in 40 different states, and covered ten U.S. Opens and eight PGA Championships, along with one trip to the Masters. A multiple national award-winning sportswriter, Jay was called the best sports poet alive by both Sports Illustrated and NBC Sports writers and broadcasters. Jay has played almost four million yards of golf - or close to 2,700 miles.
Real Golf Radio
Brian Taylor and Bob Casper preview the weekend in golf, as well as cover all of the important topics in the game on their nationally syndicated radio show. Guests from around the world of golf share their expertise.
State of the Game
"State of the Game" is one golf's most thought-provoking programs. Hosts Rod Morri, Geoff Shackelford and Mike Clayton take on the pressing issues in the sport with fascinating guests from all corners of the golf world. The shows have a prescience that's uncanny and a long-standing relevance, even month after each episode is taped.
Back 9 Report
Join co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres as they discuss the biggest topics in the game of golf, including conversations with some of the most influential figures in the game.
The Golf Club with Danielle Tucker
Upbeat, fun, informative golf talk show, welcome to Danielle Tucker’s “The Golf Club”! Based in Hawaii, streaming live on GNN Radio or podcast on iTunes and Stitcher, “The Golf Club” is broadcast on radio stations on each of the four largest Hawaiian Islands. You’ll hear guests from around the world, literally, speaking on all things golf.