These dudes are fun and thoughtful. Give it a listen if youâre into golf.
Started listening to these guys recently and I canât get enough. They are very entertaining and I really like listening to their takes on golf. Also their YouTube content is gold! Keep up the good work fellas! Looking forward to the more content in the future. Plus their online store is legit. Just got my NLU towel and a couple of t-shirts today. Best podcast on iTunes!
If you want a beta male named Tron lecturing you about how awful Augusta is for itâs non sustainability for having too many trees this is perfect for you.
The extent of the content offered is hard to beat and very impressive. Very cool that technology has allowed these guys to create a business doing what they love.
Some of the best original and down to earth golf talk on the internet. I feel like Iâm right there with you guys chopping it up. Keep up the great work.
Awesome interview, laughed so hard, straight talker and great story teller.
NLU is fantastic, their common sense takes are a refreshing alternative to the usual crap that one seed by the usual point-missers. They are second only to the Shotgun Start which of course is in a league of its own.The only reason I did not give 4 stars is because of the socialist âTronâ who is perhaps too woke for his own good.
This show is great when it is Chris Solomon interviewing and discussing golf with golfers and people in the golf industry. This show is terrible when Tron opens his mouth or attempts to ask any questions. He will not let the guest speak. Constant interruptions
Absolutely love it. Doesnât LPCP. Takes and content are great research is very very well done. Lots of great guests. Love The Big Guy. Crack on!
I really love the New Direction yâall have taken this podcast in. Or is it Old Direction? Definitely New.
Really enjoy listening to these guys discuss all aspects of golf. They have a very solid chemistry between the cast and with their guests. They are very provocative with their analysis and ask great questions. If you like Barstool Sports Riggs - then you'll hate these guys because they actually know what the hell they're talking about.
Smart, fun, contrarian, nuanced, and thoughtful. While equally stupid.
Incredible content! Love the witty takes. The only constructive feedback is that a bunch of us have noticed DJ getting more and more mic time but adds the least amount of value to the pod with his amateur trying too hard to be funny takes. More Tron, Chris, Big Randy only pods or get a muzzle or shock collar for DJ.
you know, for kids.
From the first pod I listened to, these guys grabbed my attention. Unabashed love for the game. Analytical without being excessive. Guys youâd want to play a round with and then hit up the 19th hole.
4 man weave is the best but interviews are exceptional too.
If Michelle Wie could golf left handed, Iâm sure sheâd absolutely obliterate me as a lefty golfer. I think the episode really fell short of the mark because Twisted Sisterâs âWeâre Not Going to Take itâ wasnât blasted at key episode inflection points. Good on Michelle for growing and persevering through the adversity.
When Iâm on the road and by myself, Iâll download and entertain myself. Soly and the team are the modern day digital Cheers if all they talked about was Tiger, Jordan and CBS Coverage of golf. If I were to re-cast, Big Randy would be Frasier Crane and Trust Fund Tron would be Diane.Would recommend you download to learn the meaning of the latest obnoxious, drunken PGA shout out, âIcaritoâ.
The most exciting thing since the fedex cup ðAre the tales brought to us, by No Laying UpTC keeps his takes real beyond belief, On the instaspace heâll correct Jordan Spieth.My man with the takes for the Everyday guy, Your resident Everyman, Big DJ Pi.Then thereâs the dude, much to close to the sun,Nothing is better than watching Icharito Fun.Then thereâs the big guy, relatable Big Randall,And his innate mental miss thatâs too hard to handle.Finally, Sully playing all over the map,Kinda brings in to question the inflated handicap.Great dudes, great shows, great YouTube channel to pair with the Pod. If youâre not listening to NLU youâre wrong, fix yourself.
With 17â of snow on the ground in MT the only thing maintaining my sanity is the No Laying Up crew. Whether itâs introducing something new with Wiezy, listening to DJs broadcast rant, and most of all teaching us wolf hammer which is sure to cost me my kids college fund! Keep up the great work fellas, this is the best pod on golf period!!
There once was a man named Tron CarterWho makes a fantastic golf partner But his big queefy fadeAnd chip shots misplayed Make my eyes bleed like stigmataThere once was a man named Chris SolyWho thought playing Munis was follyHeâs a bag tag BarryWith 300 yard carryAnd Wolfhammer makes him feel jollyThere once was a man named big RandyWhose basketball skills were quite handyBut his golf game is besetBy frequent hosel rocketsAnd mental misses which backfire grandly There once was a man named DJ PieWhen watching his golf swing you may sighWith a real name of DennisHeâs an absolute menaceAnd his takes make you think that heâs high There once was a man named young NeilWho beat up a stylist for realKnown as IcaritoHeâs afraid to go lowBut his merch store is full of great deals
Iâd pay money to see randy and Neil box
Best golf podcast going!
Gripping and Sipping on the champions TOUR!
Apples are Red.Icarito left Matt Yates Black and Blue.Google kept Big Randy Fed.Youâre a Narc DJ, Fk You.If you havenât seen everything these guys do, you are sorely missing out on some of the best golf content in the nether sphere. No exaggeration, unlike Tourist Sauce where every course is the âsickest course Iâve ever playedâ. Keep sending them boys!
Throwing out hot takes like Big Randy and the Icarito eating hot pancakes! Love these guys and their podcast! They do a fantastic job of covering all aspects of golf. I love the professional interviews (Rory, Rahm, etc.) But also really enjoyed the other interviews (Bones, Gil Hanse, etc). Keep doing a good job fellas and make sure Soly turns the mic on...I think we are still owed another Fleetwood interview!
Roses are redI love NLUV-dayâs gone in a *flash*Like my first drive or twoThe people, they clamor, please leave a reviewIâd love to support a good pod in my viewSo 5 stars it is, and 5 stars to stayMight be Strapped like Big RandyBut for NLU, Iâd pay
Even Matt Kuchar thinks this podcast is worth 5 stars.
Tiger loves red,Sergio is feeling blue,Letâs make courses longer,So we can big Z-J adieu ðð¼
Sup fam, Daddy needs a new SMOKE WAGON to plough into next week
So close yet so far away. Quick story about almost getting the new Epic Flash Driver for $259 instead of $529. Walked into a sporting goods store and walked over to the golf section and noticed they had 10 new Epic Flash drivers in stock. All were right handed. Picked one up and noticed the price was marked $259. Looked at a second one and also marked $259. Looked at the remaining clubs and all were marked $529. I'm left handed but figured i'd buy both clubs anyhow and sell to each of my buddies and make a small profit. Walked up to the counter and sales associate asked if I was buying the club. I said yes and he said he would go back and get the headcover for me. He took the club back with him and came out a few minutes later and noticed the club was mismarked and asked if I still wanted it for the actual price. No thank you sir. Super bummed. I will continue to play with my Callaway Diablo driver which was ranked on the 2008 Golf Digest Hot list until......I enjoy the laid back vibe of your podcast. Makes me feel like i'm chilling out with my buddies after a round of golf talking about the round......
RIP in peace Rigarito, we barely knew theeWait whereâs Bit Randy? Oh - punching out from that treeWe hear from the distance âsick! Best punch out Iâve ever seen!âCould it be DJ? Or a flash of ZB? One things for certain, Wie know who it isnâtSoly wearing blue, peddling art by HannahBeah
These guys are like your buddies that know too much about golf and wonât shut up about it - in a good way. Every episode is worth listening to and makes time fly by. Can they be over the top? Absolutely. But youâll want to listen to their hot takes as well as their detailed interviews with pro golfers.
Love the interview with Michelle Wie. Refreshing to see her in best light. However her biggest challenge will have to be getting Big Randy to putt lights out with the tabletop form
Iâm a former, slightly above average player who hits more lips than a drunk dentist. These guys get it! Great listen each episode. Content more solid than Colt Knostâs center of gravity! I recommend this as high as Tiger Woods recommends the ribeye from Perkins!
I loooove listening to NLU, and have a shirt, towel and rain jacket to prove it, but Iâm writing this review because I need a new driver like Matt Kuchar needs perspective. Viva El Toucan!
An amazing podcast that connects listeners to great guests within the golf world and shares the experiences of NLU squad as they somehow have access to some of the finest courses on the planet. Also great youtube channel!
I badly need need to hear more of Big Randyâs stories about being wasted away again in Margaritaville. Other than that, this wildly entertaining show has become my audio bible. The fellas do a great job of taking an idiotic conversation youâd have with your buddies and make you laugh and wish you had another hour or two of original content to listen to. Iâve enjoyed the spin-offs, especially the YouTube channel. I only wish the crew had appreciated the irony of Tron using âhome fieldâ advantage to beat Soly in Scotland. You, Christopher, are the golf equivalent to the 2004 US Olympic basketball team. Keep up the great work!Dan Mohrmann (@DanMohrmann on Twitter)
Big Randy still has the yips because he stepped on the seal in Oxford and continues to live in fear of the full ramifications.
Easily the best golf podcast available. The No Laying Up guys provide insightful information about both pro and amateur golf, they get great interviews with people involved in different aspects of golf( pros, course designers, caddies, golf media members, commissioners of both the lpga and pga tours and many others) And their travel series and original content is just fantastic.
Michelle WieSheâs the girl we all wanted to seeLong before she could drive a carShe drove the ball so farWho was this phenomSo dependent on momRacking up like winsLike no one's sinsAnd she missed the cutBy just one puttWhile Playing with the finest golfing menWhile not much older than tenBut what promised to be a career of all goldBy the time Wie grew oldWas slowed down by bad breaks and snap hooksBut she kept up her chinDespite not always getting the winWe are glad this dameKeeps playing the gameWithout shameAlll, mostly, smiles Through her trialsAnd promises great thingsIncluding more winsWhile she continues her careerWe are glad she is still hereReminding us life is a journeySo much more than tourney
I make all my hat choices based on hats Tron wears....
The No Laying Up crew is the best available. Their ability to ask tough questions, analyze a hard as F game and offer insights every golfer wants to know while not taking things too seriously is what they are all about. Insightful to a T, I find myself continually going back to older content as I wait for their new stuff. They do not disappoint.
Great podcast but I feel their advice on no laying up has really hurt my golf game. I have never recorded an Eagle in my career and canât hit a 3 wood. No laying up has done more harm than good for my golf game but at least I am entertained on my morning commute. Also check out their YouTube channel.
The gentlemen at NLU do an amazing job of not only covering the PGA Tour, they cover the LPGA, golf travel, golf culture, architecture, and just simply having fun. They are also the greatest distraction, taking me away from my lifeâs greatest mystery. True story: I was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, in the inner city and about a stoneâs throw from Lake Erie. When I was a kid, I was in the backyard rummaging through my momâs garden one morning before going to school, and lo and behold, I found a live lobster. A living, (sorta) breathing lobster - pincers snapping and everything. When I told my mom what I had found, she didnât believe me. My mom, a sweet 4â11â lady from Thailand who speaks in the worst best broken English ever, is a saint. A saint I would torment as a child. Once I finally convinced her to look in the garden, she dropped the one and only F bomb I have ever heard her say to this day; âwhat the Fâ is that?!âTo my dismay, her plan was to cook the lobster that evening. I tried to save the little guy. I took him from the kitchen, placed him in my backpack, and rode my bike to the lake. I wanted him to return him to his home. The only problem with this (that I later found out... since I was like 7 when this happened) are lobsters (obviously) donât come from Lake Erie. I didnât save him...To this day, I donât know how the lobster made it to our urban backyard in Cleveland. Itâs my lifeâs greatest mystery. Soly, Tron, Big Randy, DJ Pie, and the whole cast, they are the best distraction, and help take my mind off of solving this mystery.
First time long time...I canât help but savor the mental image of the squad completing what I have to imagine was a 3-point, Austin Powers-like turn to get the recreational vehicle facing downhill by the Hollywood sign. Vegas has odds on either The Big Guy or DJP being at the wheel in full-on dad mode. Any way, thatâs all I have time for today. Iâll hang up and listen.Rob P
So long old friend? A bittersweet farewellSurely you thought it would never endBut Oh sweet relief! the toll of the bellOur minds now in need Of your seasoned intellectBut hearts will cease to bleedDefenseless players cannot be wrecked You've gone home now like Leonard Grandkids total 25 Heroes get rememberedBut legends never die
Is it weird if I say I had an actual dream of beating Tron in a chipping contest? Itâs a little fuzzy, but I remember realizing that I was dressed like him with the bucket hat and Callaway Japan clothes and being terrified. Luckily the win made me feel a little better. So thanks for seeping into my sleep!
No Laying Up makes living in Idaho bearable for an hour or two a week. Which is two hours more than it would be. Because itâs Idaho.