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the fried egg golf podcast

31
Jan 2017

Episode 12: Tee-K Kelly

I talk golf with former Ohio State star golfer Tee-K Kelly. Tee-K recently turned professional after a standout amateur and college career, earning full-status on the PGA Tour Latin American Tour for 2017. We talk about how he got into the game, his amateur career, favorite courses and what he is working on to take his game to the next level. 

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29
Jan 2017

Episode 11: Michael Clayton

I chat with Australian golf legend Michael Clayton. We discuss Michael's long career on the European Tour and what it was like to play with Seve Ballesteros, along how technology has been a detriment to the game, and OCCM's latest projects. 

 

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22
Jan 2017

College Golf Podcast Episode 2: JC Deacon

Andy Hill is back for another episode talking college golf with University of Florida Head Coach JC Deacon.  The two cover a wide range of topics including JC's background, the 2016-2017 Florida Men's Golf Team and the program's direction.

 

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10
Jan 2017

Episode 10: David McLay Kidd

Our latest guest is one of today's finest architects, David McLay Kidd. David has designed the likes of Bandon Dunes, Nanea Golf Club and Gamble Sands to name a few and is currently working on projects at Sand Valley and Rolling Hills C.C. Our talk covered a wide variety of topics including how he got into architecture, his experience building Bandon Dunes as an unknown architect in his 20s, his Sand Valley and Rolling Hills projects and some nitty gritty architecture talk. Follow David on Twitter using the button below.