9 Golf Podcasts to Enjoy
Whether you're a professional golfer or a weekend warrior, there's something special about hitting that white ball into the hole that's been carved out of the earth. With the rise of podcasting, golf enthusiasts can now listen to golf-related content anytime, anywhere, and be up to speed on the latest golf news, opinions, and tips.
While some golf podcasts give you the latest swing tips other podcasters can strike a chord with their listeners as they reveal their journey, experience, and what golf has come to mean to them. From professional golf tournaments to golf equipment and instruction, there are a plethora of golf podcasts available for you to choose from. In this blog, I’ll be taking a look at 9 golf podcasts that capture something special about the game. So, grab your notebooks, and let's tick them off!
"The Golf Unfiltered Podcast" is a weekly podcast that covers the latest news, analysis, and interviews from the world of golf. The host, Adam Fonseca is an avid golfer and provides a unique perspective on the sport by being in tune with what golfers currently are discussing and for its honest approach.
Listen out for Golf Fitness episode 2.61 where Adam discusses with Chris Finn how golfers should stay fit over the winter and common problems for golfers over forty.
"No Laying Up" is a very popular podcast that gives insight into all things golf through a group of enthusiasts, including NLU founders Chris Solomon, Tron Carter, and Drew Stoltz, as well as several other regular contributors.
The show covers a wide range of topics including professional tournaments, equipment reviews, golf course architecture, and other related topics. They also feature interviews with Tour pros, industry insiders, and other notable figures in the golf world.
The podcast is known for its irreverent and often humorous take on the game, and its dedicated fan base. Fans listen to this insightful show with keen interest and a readiness to be entertained.
For those that want a taster, listen to episode 629 for the 2022 highlights.
Join Tom Coyne on his fortnightly forays into golf’s uncovered corners and characters. The podcast features interviews with some of the most interesting people in golf, including architects, golf writers, course owners, and other industry leaders. The guests share their insights and experiences on various topics related to golf, including course design, travel, equipment, and instruction. The show also features stories and commentary on the latest golf news and trends, as well as insights into golf's rich history.
The Golfers Journal Podcast offers a unique perspective, as it not only covers the professional aspect of the game but also the aesthetic, architectural, and cultural side of the sport.
Listen to a different aspect of golf with episode 125 on how Mike DeVries designs modern courses.
"The Fore Play Golf Podcast" is a well-loved bi-weekly podcast that focuses on the lighter side of the sport. The podcast is hosted by Trent, Riggs, Frankie, Dan Rapaport, and Lurch who describe the show as ‘just some guys talking golf’ and this is easy listening at its best.
The Fore Play Golf Podcast is a great resource for golfers of all skill levels, as it provides a mix of professional and recreational golf insights, making it interesting and entertaining for both, avid golfers and casual listeners. The podcast is also known for its engaging and interactive community, where listeners can submit questions and participate in various initiatives, such as the Fore Play Fantasy Golf League.
As there is a lot of Tiger talk get stuck in with “So Tiger Calls Me” featuring John Smoltz and Kevin Millar.
“Back 9 Boys Golf Show” is a radio show that is here because not every player started young and this podcast strikes a chord with everyone trying to play their best with where they are at the moment.
The show is hosted by Rich Styles who began golf at an older age than most. Rich is honest about how he perceived playing golf would be easy and how hard the game is in reality. His pursuit to play better by facing this reality gives a wonderful mix of recognizing frustrations that many golfers have and then offering solutions, usually through the advice of guests on his show.
If you're a golf enthusiast, then you don’t want to miss Rick Shiels' podcast. Rick is a highly experienced and knowledgeable golf professional with a passion for the game that shines through in every episode. His banter with guests has gained this podcast and YouTube channel a huge following. Fans of the show participate in the imagining of the Clubhouse (you’ll soon find out and be hooked) and regulars love the humor that Rick naturally injects into each episode.
Listen to Ep163 for the final episode of 2022 and a great introduction to Rick’s style.
The Sky Sports Golf podcast is the ultimate destination for golf fans looking for expert analysis, in-depth interviews, and behind-the-scenes access to the biggest events in the sport. Hosted by Josh Antmann, this podcast offers a unique perspective on the latest news and developments in the world of golf, as well as exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in the game.
Whether you're a casual fan or a die-hard golf enthusiast, the Sky Sports Golf podcast has something for everyone. The podcast also covers the major golfing events and gives you the lowdown on the players, the course and the conditions, and the inside stories.
Listen to the Live episodes for the latest golf news.
If you're looking for a golf podcast that offers a mix of expert analysis, insider insights, and entertaining banter with first-class guests, then don’t miss On the Mark hosted by Mark Immelman. Mark is a highly respected golf commentator, analyst, and coach, and his podcast is a must-listen for serious golf fans across all levels.
He provides in-depth analysis of the latest tournaments and interviews with some of the biggest names in golf. Mark has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the game, and his insights are always informative and thought-provoking. He also shares his personal experiences and the things that he has learned from so many years covering the best players in the world.
If you’re into data and technology listen to Will Haskett on The Math, Technology, and Data of Golf.
The last recommendation isn’t solely a golf podcast but is worth a mention because John Cullen focuses on mindset in sports. This podcast truly serves as a roadmap to the best mindset that you can take advantage of for success.
To listen to an episode with myself and John try Episode 47.
Golf podcasts are a great way to stay connected to the sport you love and learn new things about it. Are there any new podcasts that you’d like to try or are all of these already on your regular list? The podcasts I've highlighted in this article offer a wide range of perspectives and insights, covering everything from professional golf tournaments to golf equipment and instruction. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or a beginner, you're sure to find something that interests you.
I hope that you'll give these podcasts a listen and enjoy them as much as I do. If you love podcasts and learning how to play your best golf I also have an exclusive podcast area inside my Score Better Video Program. Remember, the beauty of podcasts is that you can listen to them anytime and anywhere, so whether you're on the course, on your commute, or just relaxing at home, you can always have golf-related content to keep you company. Thanks for reading and happy listening!