Executive Producer of Jeopardy! Creator of Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Co-host of Men in Blazers, and Broken Tee Society Member. Michael Davies sits down with us for an all-inclusive look at his life, career, and the way that golf fits into the cracks. If you're a fan of soccer, golf, tennis, game shows, or global sporting conspiracy theories, we recommend tuning in.
ACC Network broadcaster and BTS member Wes Durham joins us to preview the NCAA tournament.
Along with bracket picks, we also touch on which college coaches can play stick, how the broadcasting schedule shakes out during the Big Dance, and how Wes fits golf into a three-sport broadcasting existence.
Golf Channel's Shane Bacon brings that buttery Texas twang to the Broken Tee Society for a wide-ranging discussion with old pal Tom Coyne. Talking points include Shane's Bandon course ranking, a breakdown of his career arc (including a neatly circular Keith Jackson anecdote), calling Big Air at the Beijing Olympics, golf (and winter) in the Northeast, and how to fix the NBA Dunk Contest.
Join TGJ contributor Matt Chominski as he talks to fellow Philly BTS member Dan Hershberg, who runs Workhorse Brewing and, perhaps more interestingly, the Workhorse Tour, a full-scale amateur golf tour in the greater Philadelphia area. This is a fascinating look at a small business doing big things in the world of golf.
Much like his writing, a conversation with Jay Revell flows with an easy and unhurried grace. Jay is a proud BTS member, former president and current historian of Capital City CC, and all-around golf tragic, so we were more than happy to have him join us for a hangout last Tuesday. Dive in for some insights on Jay’s latest book Swing, Walk, Repeat, as well as an unparalleled and incredibly compelling history lesson on his home club, the host of our first-ever TGJ event in Florida on March 19.
Sportswriter and author Brett Cyrgalis joins the Broken Tee Society to discuss his book Golf's Holy War, the first selection in our BTS monthly book club. We go behind the scenes, discussing his time spent with Michael Murphy, his take on whether a "war" really exists, and why Hogan's Five Lessons is one of the worst instruction manuals ever written.
Symetra Tour player, author, Broken Tee Society member. Brynn Walker joins Tom Coyne for a chat about her twin passions of golf and writing, the grind of fighting for a spot on the LPGA Tour, and lessons she learned from Lexi Thompson.
Kyle Porter from CBS Sports joins the Broken Tee Society, fresh off the completion of Normal Sport, his compendium of the insanity of the 2021 PGA Tour season. We chat with Kyle about turning a passion into a career, Golf Twitter, parenting, and the fact that CT Pan and Rory Sabbatini shot a best-ball 57 at the Olympics.
Olajuwon Ajananku and Earl Cooper from Eastside Golf join us to talk about their rise from a logo on a t-shirt to perhaps the most highly touted brand in the game today. In this wide-ranging chat, we cover their careers both in and out of golf, their famed Jordan collab, and what's next for Eastside.
Rob Bannon is a retired US Army Special Forces pilot and the founder of TPG Golf Performance Center in Saint Johns, FL. He’s joined by his son, TGJ Assistant Editor Casey Bannon, to talk about his two careers and a whole lot of swing thoughts.
Peter Gannon is a music producer and sound designer behind some of television’s most powerful ads. From Coca Cola’s “The Catch” to Fed Ex’s “Moving Forward” to Nike’s “I Would Run To You,” Peter has been both playing and pulling the strings that inevitably make us feel something thanks to sound.
Boston Celtics Assistant GM Austin Ainge joins us to give some insight into his wildly exciting job as an NBA roster-builder, how he got there, the pressures of performing and, most importantly, his recent and swift transformation into a total golf junkie.