Studio: Fred Greene
What It Is
Another one of those podcasts that will reignite the debate about the worthiness of this project.
It’s a weekly show, mostly audio, but it does drop occasional videos. It puts out a lot of premium episodes and sometimes even breaks up an interview with a guest into a regular episode and a premium one. The iTunes archive has twenty-six episodes and they aren’t all the most recent. Episodes 521 – 558 are missing, for instance; the iTunes page jumps from 520 to 559 without explanation. For the entire archive hit up the website. It’s behind a paywall, so accessing the entire archive also gives you access to the premium episodes.
What About It
Well, look, the first time I went golfing, I literally crashed my golf cart into another player’s golf cart. In fairness, why would you go over a hill and then just stop? And it was a muddy day; I hit the brake in time, but it fishtailed on me. I will never in my life forget the way the guy’s head snapped forward as I rammed the back of his cart or the way my rider screamed, “GET OUT I’M DRIVING.” But at least I wasn’t the idiot doing donuts on the fairway. You can’t take some people anywhere. Though the manager was maybe a bit out of line to start screaming profanities at him like that. And I was actually raising my golf club to signal to another member of my party there that once; I was not, as the manager of the course accused me in yet another profanity laced tirade, about to start angrily beating the golf cart with it. That guy needed to chill, I’m serious. None of this is made up, by the way.
Anyway, I have zero skills at golfing and I haven’t been in a couple of years now. That said, this one raises some red flags. Is there really enough golfing tips to justify nearly six hundred hours of content? How many different things do people need to learn? Let’s say you actually REMEMBER all six hundred hours’ worth of golfing tips; I question the efficacy of trying to implement all the tips when you’re on the course. It isn’t awful; the host and guests are kind of bland, but they seem to know what they’re talking about.
You’re the manager of a golf course trying to find some way to unwind.
Avoid Like the Plague If
You’ve ever done donuts on a fairway.
Best Entry Point
I don’t know.