Silver Club Golfing Society Podcast
Summary: The SCGS Podcast with hosts Steve Scott and Colin Sheehan is helping connect our listeners and our SCGS members with the amateur game, focusing on the game's history, its finest competitors, and the amazing grounds over which we play. Learn more about the Silver Club Golfing Society at our website, and follow us @silverclubgolf on Twitter and Instagram!
This 50th edition of the Silver Club Podcast features PGA Tour player, architecture enthusiast Zac Blair and Tree Farm course shaper Kye Goalby. Both gentlemen bring the stories, the comedy and and the insight into their new golf course project near Aiken, SC. You're going to want to hear what these guys have to say about golf.
This episode of the Silver Club Podcast features David Armitage, PGA Master Professional and coach to world-class stars such as Ernie Els and Tom Lewis, to name just a few. David talks about his new book uncovering secrets of the bunker game and gives us insight to what it's like to coach some of the best players on the planet.
The latest edition of the Silver Club Podcast welcomes golf writer and host of Beyond the Clubhouse podcast, Garrett Johnston. Garrett connects you to the game by explaining topics such as how he got Jim Nantz to voice over his podcast to what the media landscape looks like in the Covid age on the PGA Tour.
The final SCGS Podcast of 2020 may be the funniest of all time. J.J. Killeen has had tremendous success both on the course and off and he joins us for our final pod of the year. He's entertaining, informative and just plain "nails" when it comes to delivering the information you need to hear from an accomplished player.
The first caucasian caddie at Augusta National and accomplished author, Tripp Bowden, joins the Silver Club Podcast this week to banter about the upcoming 2020 Masters Tournament. The discussions revolve around the favorites this week to the difficulty of the green complexes as well as how close Tripp was to caddying for Phil Mickelson in the tournament one year. Enjoy!
This week's Silver Club Podcast showcases one of the top mid-amateur players in the country, Michael Muehr. He shares great stories with us such as his partner hitting a putter in an alternate shot event playoff off the tee and what it was like to get the better of President Trump on the course before he took on the White House.
This week's SCGS podcast is just a timeless classic that connects our listeners into the inner sanctum of Winged Foot Golf Club, host of this week's 120th U.S. Open Championship. Their club historian, Neil Regan, joins Steve and Colin to explain the nuances of the greens, the restoration process and so much more!
This week's podcast details history in the making with Sam Puryear, the new men's and women's golf coach at Howard University. Sam has influenced many lives inside and outside of the game of golf, and was an instrumental cog in the system of revitalization of the East Lake area in Atlanta. Now, with the help of NBA's Steph Curry, Sam has taken the reigns on a newly formed program at Howard that we'll be hearing a lot from over the years to come.
We've waited until August for the first major championship of the 2020 calendar year, and we have the 2019 Low PGA Club Professional Rob Labritz joining us on this week's SCGS Podcast. Listen to Rob's great thoughts about the game just before he goes toe-to-toe with the best players in golf and attempts to repeat his low PGA Professional honors at Harding Park.
This edition of the Silver Club Podcast features the #2 ranked men's amateur in the world, Ricky Castillo. Castillo, who is a rising sophomore at the University of Florida, is embarking on three of the biggest events he could ever hope to play in; The Western Amateur, the U.S. Amateur and the U.S. Open. We hear his thoughts on all three of these events as well as what drives him to succeed in the game of golf.
This episode features the duo of Will Smith and Mike McCartin of The National Links Trust whose plan includes the resurrection of three municipal courses in our nation's capital. East Potomac, Langston and Rock Creek are three courses that have major architectural and historical significance in the game of golf, but have not lived up to their potential. Famed architects Gil Hanse, Tom Doak and Beau Welling have been commissioned to connect the game of golf to the national parks they reside in.
This new episode of the Silver Club Podcast brings in Jim McLean, World Golf Teachers Hall of Fame Instructor and owner of the World's #1 Golf School. Jim brings so much of his knowledge over his career to this podcast and explains the golf swing in a simple, yet effective manner. His also discusses his wonderful new book (15th published in his career), "Build Your Swing; Position Teaching in the Modern Age".
This week's Silver Club Podcast chats with Neil Regan, the Club Historian at venerable Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, NY, host of the 2020 U.S. Open Championship. Hosts Steve Scott and Colin Sheehan get to the bottom of Winged Foot's restoration by Gil Hanse as well as a view into how this great A.W. Tillinghast design will play in the fall as compared to the summer.
This week's Silver Club Podcast goes on location to Demon Deacon land in Winston Salem, NC to interview Head Coach Kim Lewellen, Associate Head Coach Ryan Potter, and players Emilia Migliaccio and Swing Liu...all of whom were instrumental in the Lady Deacs #1 ranking from Golfstat prior to the NCAA coming to an abrupt ending. This podcast drops on what would've been the final day of the 2020 NCAA Women's Golf Championships.
This week's episode welcomes NBC/Golf Channel analyst Jerry Foltz. For over 20 years, Jerry has enlightened us on golf coverage with his quick wit, humor and thoughtful interview style. Well liked for his outgoing personality and deep knowledge of the game, Jerry dives into this weekend's Taylor Made Driving Relief Charity event featuring four of the best players in the game; Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff.