Driver vs. Driver 2 winner Evan Hoffman and Wilson's Tim Clarke join Golf Channel producer Ryan Griffiths to break down how Hoffman's driver won the competition, how he developed his driver, and what's next.
Will Gray goes one-on-one with former teen star and professional golfer Tadd Fujikawa. The 27-year-old Hawaiian turned Georgia resident became one of the first male professional golfers to come out as gay in September. In 2006, Fujikawa qualified for the U.S. Open at age 15.
Rex Hoggard joins Will Gray from Le Golf National ahead of the 42nd Ryder Cup. The pair preview all the action coming up from Paris as the U.S. looks to defend the Ryder Cup and win in Europe for the first time in 25 years.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with PGA Tour winner and Arkansas alumnus Austin Cook to talk about his recent experience playing with Tiger Woods at The Northern Trust, his first win at the RSM Classic, his rookie year on the PGA Tour, Arkansas football, and more.
@GCTigerTracker joins Will Gray on the podcast to talk about Tiger Woods' recent run at the PGA Championship and take a look at the Ryder Cup in September. The pair also review the 2019 majors and what it's really like tracking Tiger around the world.
Brandel Chamblee joins Will Gray to break down the 100th PGA Championship, Tiger Woods' comeback and run for the Wanamaker Trophy, and Brooks Koepka's win. They also look ahead to the Ryder Cup and back at Chamblee's participation in The Senior Open at St. Andrews.
Golf Channel senior writer Rex Hoggard goes one-on-one with Shubhankar Sharma at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. The 22-year-old from India has two European Tour wins this season and played in both the Masters Tournament and The Open at Carnoustie. Someday he'll even meet Tiger Woods.
Golf Channel analyst and PGA Tour Champions player John Cook joins senior writer Rex Hoggard on the podcast. The pair talk about Ohio State football before getting onto the upcoming PGA Championship at Bellerive, the Ryder Cup in September, and the college football playoff.
Will Gray welcomes Tripp Isenhour and Brian Bateman to the podcast to preview The Open at Carnoustie. The bigger storylines include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, and the golf course. Other subjects include Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed, Justin Rose, and Tommy Fleetwood.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with NBC Sports coordinating producer Tommy Roy. The conversation hits on Roy's career in broadcasting, the biggest events he's produced from a variety of sports, and the upcoming Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee returns to the show to break down Tiger Woods' finish at the Quicken Loans National, Justin Thomas playing the French Open, the Ryder Cup, Phil Mickelson, The Open, and his chances of qualifying for the Senior Open.
Golf Channel's Will Gray and Tripp Isenhour preview the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. The pair are also joined by Jeff Sherman from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook to review the betting odds.
Golf Channel's Rex Hoggard goes one-on-one with PGA Tour player Spencer Levin. The two-time All-American at New Mexico finished tied for 13th and was the low amateur at the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. He talks about his memories of 2004, including a first round hole-in-one and the out of control conditions on Sunday, and his current season on the PGA Tour.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with Oklahoma State alumnus and six-time professional winner Ed Loar. The conversation follows Ed's travels around the professional golf world, including a $74,000 cash payout for a win in Korea, battling to pay the bills on the mini-tours, his current life on the Web.com Tour, and more. Loar was roommates with Charles Howell III at Oklahoma State and is looking forward to the NCAA Championships at Karsten Creek this year.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with Washington State football coach Mike Leach. The conversation hits on Mike's love, or lack thereof, of golf, college football, social media, Tiger Woods, and more.
Three-time World Series champion pitcher and avid golfer Jon Lester joins Mark Rolfing in this podcast special. Lester will also be a guest on Feherty alongside Mark Calcavecchia and Ray Allen on Monday, March 19 at 9 p.m. ET
Brandel Chamblee joins Will Gray to talk about all the latest in the world of golf, including Justin Thomas' win at the Honda Classic, his language on the winning putt, ejecting a fan for boorish behavior, Tiger Woods, the Ryder Cup, the U.S. Open playoff, rolling the ball back, the upcoming Masters Tournament and more.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with Pebble Beach Pro-Am winner Ted Potter, Jr. to break down Potter's victory over Dustin Johnson, the upcoming Genesis Open, his mini-tour memories, the Masters Par3 Contest, hunting, and more.
Will Gray goes one-on-one with Brandel Chamblee at the Waste Management Phoenix Open to review the latest hot topics in golf. Up for discussion are J.B. Holmes and slow play, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson, the PGA Tour's west coast swing, and the vibe in Phoenix.
Golf Channel's Tripp Isenhour goes one-on-one with one of the most famous (or infamous) golf characters on twitter, @clubproguy. It's a no holds barred interview about @clubproguy's life as a competitive pro and his transition to the daily life at a club.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with National Baseball Hall of Fame member and 2003 World Series champion Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez. The conversation hits on Pudge's golf game, the differences between golf and baseball, his appearance in the Diamond Resorts Invitational this week, catching a perfect game, and much more.
Golf Channel's Will Gray, Rex Hoggard, and Ryan Lavner look ahead to the 2018 golf season. What will the new campaign have in store for Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jon Rahm, and more.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with World Series winner and Baseball Hall of Fame member John Smoltz. The conversation hits on what Smoltz is working on with his golf game, why he thinks the handicap system is flawed, his takeaways from Tiger Woods' play at the Hero World Challenge, and playing golf with former teammates Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with two-time major champion John Daly to talk about his season on PGA Tour Champions, playing in this week's PNC Father/Son Challenge with his son John, the upcoming Diamond Resorts Invitational, Arkansas football, and more.
Golf Channel's Randall Mell goes one-on-one with Canadian LPGA star Brooke Henderson. Find out what sport and position Henderson played growing up and how it helps her golf, what it's like having her sister caddying, and what her goals are for 2018.
Golf Channel's Rex Hoggard goes one-on-one with PGA Tour player and Class of 2011 member Tom Lovelady. Tom talks about his time playing junior golf against Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, and others in his class, his time at Alabama, and who might be the next 2011 player to break through.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with Richy Werenski. The PGA Tour player and former Big Break winner just completed his rookie season on Tour with three top-10 finishes, including a T2 at the Barracuda Championship. Werenski, a Springfield, Mass. native and Georgia Tech alumnus, talks about his rookie year, his favorite venue, his travel bucket list, crazy pro-am swings, and more.
Two-time major champion Anna Nordqvist joins Golf Channel's Will Gray just two days after winning the 2017 Evian Championship. The conversation touches on Norqvist's two major championships, her recent battle with mononucleosis, the Solheim Cup, her favorite activities off the golf course and more.
Golf Channel's George Savaricas and Tripp Isenhour preview this week's PGA Championship at Quail Hollow. Rory McIlroy is the favorite going into the week, while Jordan Spieth is going for the career grand slam.
Golf Channel's Will Gray and Jay Coffin break down Jordan Spieth's incredible victory at The Open. Spieth now has three career major championships, while runner-up Matt Kuchar was left crushed by the outcome.
On the eve of the 117th U.S. Open, Golf Channel's Will Gray spoke with Web.com Tour player, three-time U.S. Open qualifier, and Xavier alumnus Andy Pope. The Illinois native has hit both his wife and mother with golf shots in competition.
Golf Channel's Will Gray, Tripp Isenhour, and Brian Bateman preview the 2017 Players Championship. Rory McIlroy returns to the golf course after his recent wedding, Sergio Garcia is back in action after winning the Masters, can Dustin Johnson get it done at TPC Sawgrass, and more.
Golf Channel's Rex Hoggard goes one-on-one with Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver and golf nut Adam Humphries. The conversation hits on which golfers Humphries would draft, how he came to love the game, who he plays with on the Bucs, and his rookie year in the NFL.
Larry Nelson joins Golf Channel's Rex Hoggard on this edition of the Golf Channel Podcast. Nelson talks about the Ryder Cup, his golden years on PGA Tour Champions, the young players in the game, video technology and the rules of golf, and more.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with PGA Tour player and 2007 U.S. Amateur and U.S. Amateur Public Links champion Colt Knost. The conversation touches on Knost's wrist injury, life on and off the golf course on the PGA Tour, appearing on Golf Central, and more.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with Super Bowl champion Joe Theismann. The conversation hits on Joe's love of golf, his favorite courses, Tony Romo's move to the broadcast booth, Tom Brady, Lexi Thompson, and the American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe.
Golf Channel and NBC Sports announcers Rich Lerner, Kelly Tilghman, Mike Tirico, and Dan Hicks discuss covering and broadcasting this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational, the first edition since Arnold Palmer's passing in 2016. The foursome shared their thoughts on the special week, and their memories of Arnold Palmer.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with three-time European Tour winner Matthew Fitzpatrick. The 22-year-old also won the 2013 U.S. Amateur before enrolling at Northwestern University. Fitzpatrick talks about returning to the Masters Tournament in April, his 2016 season, making his Ryder Cup debut at Hazeltine, and more.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with PGA Tour winner Jim Herman. The Ohio native made his first appearance in the Masters Tournament after winning the 2016 Shell Houston Open. Herman also discussed his relationship with President Trump, what he does off the golf course, and his beloved Cincinnati Bearcats.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with PGA Tour player and East Carolina alumnus Harold Varner III. The pair discussed Varner's recent win at the Australian PGA Championship, his growth in the game, and what he's looking forward to in 2017.
Golf Channel's Will Gray speaks with 12-time PGA Tour winner and 1997 Open champion Justin Leonard. The Texan reveals which major championship got away, his experience winning The Open and playing in the 1999 playoff with Jean van de Velde and Paul Lawrie, the state of golf and technology today, and the future of the game.
Golf Channel's Will Gray goes one-on-one with former NFL and Florida State quarterback Danny Kanell. The duo discuss Danny's golf and football history, who he wants to beat at the Diamond Resorts Invitational, and Clemson's recent victory over Alabama in the college football national championship game.