The Inside Line
Summary: The Inside Line tackles big disc golf issues through the lens of the most important part of the sport: courses and course design. Hosted by Mahmoud Bahrani.Website: http://discgolf.ultiworld.com/the-inside-line/
A conversation with Madison Walker about designing courses for professional women.
A discussion with longtime course designer Dan Doyle about the joys and struggles of having a course in your backyard.Guest: Dan Doyle
A deep dive into the scariest tee shot in professional disc golf.Guests: Paige Pierce, Will Schusterick, Harold Duvall
A discussion with famed Finnish course designer Jussi Meresmaa about the past, present, and future of course design.
Smugglers' Notch went from an idea in 2011 to one of the best disc golf complexes in the world less than a decade later. How did Smugglers successfully integrate disc golf into its resort, and how can we replicate that formula at other mountain resorts across the country?Guests: Steve Brinster, Jeff Spring, and Sarah Hokom
What are signature holes, and why are they important? Guests: Simon Lizotte, Hannah McBeth, Gage Benson, Rob Durant, Steve Dodge
What does the future hold for woods golf?Guests: Andrew Fish, Jeremy Koling, Jimi McIlvain, and Adam Harris
A preview of the 2019 PDGA World Championships. Guests: Paul McBeth, Brian Earhart, Catrina Allen, Paige Bjerkass, Gregg Barsby, Nate Heinold
What can the Beast in Nokia, Finland, tell us about Finnish disc golf culture? And what about that culture should we adopt in the United States?Guests: Seppo Paju, Vanessa Van Dyken, and Jussi Meresmaa
A discussion with 8-time World Champion Elaine King about how have courses evolved over the years, and how we continue to design safe courses as discs become faster, and more dangerous.Guests: Elaine King
Oregon's Milo McIver State Park is one of the most beloved courses in the country. So how does a course like Milo keep evolving when it’s already one of the most well-liked stops on tour?Guests: Murray Prictor, Jeff Mittl, Ian Anderson, Jeff Hagerty
The story behind disc golf in San Francisco, and what other cities can learn from the success of courses at Golden Gate Park and Gleneagles.Guests: Leonard Muise, Ross Hammond, Sean Jack, Cory Murrell, and Patrick Brown
How do we bridge the gap between disc and ball golf courses as the sport continues to grow? Guests: Eric McCabe, Rebecca Cox, Cory Murrell, Terry Miller, Jonathan van Deurzen, and Ian Anderson
Like it or not, disc golf being played on ball golf courses is here to stay. So how do we design disc golf courses when all we have are wide open fairways?
The Disc Side of Heaven in Jonesboro, Arkansas, is one of the most well-liked courses on tour, despite being designed by amateur disc golfer Bradley Pietz. Can you design a professional level course if you aren’t a professional, or is The Disc Side of Heaven the exception that proves the rule? Guests: Simon Lizotte, Bradley Pietz, Kevin Jones, Madison Walker