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odcasts have exploded in popularity in recent years, with hundreds of
established and excellent options in golf. Everyone is getting in on the act, from well-known YouTubers to new voices, media brands and official tours.
There’s a huge variety of content out there. Whether you’re
all about staying up to date with the latest news and interviews
from the various tours, need help to improve your golf or simply
crave quality debate and conversation about the game
you love, there’s always something for you.
We’ve picked our ten favourite golf podcasts, so give these a
listen on your commute to work, when you’re walking the dog or
while you’re relaxing at home. All of the podcasts listed should
be on your usual provider or one of the big apps like Apple
Podcasts, Spotify, Acast and Google Podcasts. We promise
you’ll be entertained!

10 BEST GOL F PODCASTS

 

THE BEST GOLF PODCASTSThe Open Podcasts

Relive some of the most iconic moments from golf’s oldest Major and hear some of the biggest stars in world golf share their Open memories. This is a superbly produced series that will take you back in time as you listen to the stories unfold in the words of the people directly involved. Each episode covers a specific Open or features a player reminiscing about their experiences. Tom Watson, Sir Nick Faldo, Padraig Harrington, Lee Trevino and many others feature.
This is a fantastic listen if you love the history of golf or you’re new to the game.

 

THE BEST GOLF PODCASTSOff Course with Claude Harmon

Claude is the son of one of the greatest golf instructors of all time, Butch Harmon, but he’s a top-class teacher in his own right,
working with the likes of Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka. Most episodes feature an interview with one player or personality from the world of golf, and they tend to last between 50 minutes and an hour and 20 minutes.
It boasts some really interesting guests, including Bryson DeChambeau, Sean Foley, Mel Reid, Trevor Immelman and, of course, Claude’s father Butch.

THE BEST GOLF PODCASTSMe and My Golf Podcast

Claude is the son of one of the greatest golf instructors of all time, Butch Harmon, but he’s a top-class teacher in his own right, working with the likes of Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka. Most episodes feature an interview with one player or personality from the world of golf, and they tend to last between 50 minutes and an hour and 20 minutes.
It boasts some really interesting guests, including Bryson DeChambeau, Sean Foley, Mel Reid, Trevor Immelman and, of course, Claude’s father Butch.

THE BEST GOLF PODCASTSThe Filthy Lipout

Former PGA and European Tour pro and current Sky Sports commentator John E Morgan and broadcaster Kit Alexander host this insightful and entertaining weekly podcast. They’ve attracted a huge variety of guests, including Nick Dougherty, Thomas Bjorn, Robert MacIntyre, Billy Foster, Peter Finch and global superstar Niall Horan. It features in-depth interviews with their subjects, as well as discussions about the latest news. John and Kit’s rapport with their guests shines through and always produces a number of highly entertaining moments.

THE BEST GOLF PODCASTSNo Laying Up

This is arguably the biggest golf podcast coming out of America.
They do a good job of treading the line between the often overly jokey and immature ‘new media’ and offering interesting and informative content that shows their understanding of, and enthusiasm for, the game. Each episode covers a pretty specific subject or interview, but they release at least two a week – so plenty to get your teeth into.
The podcast has excellent access to many top-level guests and they’ve tackled some big issues with Kamaiu Johnson and Lisa Cornwell.

THE BEST GOLF PODCASTSThe Fried Egg Golf Podcast

Another American podcast, but with a strong focus on courses and architecture. Renowned course designer Tom Doak makes regular appearances and there is a ‘Superintendent Series’ that gets into the nitty gritty of agronomy, maintenance and the people who work in that area. It’s a must-listen for connoisseurs of all things courses, but also if your interest is more casual.
It’s the type of subject matter that draws you in. They also speak to tour pros, but usually with an eye on architecture.

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