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The Fried Egg Golf Podcast

The Fried Egg

A deeper level of golf: conversations and stories about golf course design, professional golf, and more from the team behind TheFriedEgg.com
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05/13/20 • 45 min

This episode of the Yolk with Doak features the final part of the conversation Andy and Tom had this past January in Traverse City, Michigan. They discuss a variety of topics, including the challenges of building on linskland, Mike Strantz, Woking Golf Club, stymies, and how golf might mesh with environmentalism.

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Brian Schneider

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05/05/20 • 84 min

Renaissance Golf Senior Associate Brian Schneider joins Andy to talk golf course architecture. The discussion starts with Brian’s work at North Jersey CC, a Walter Travis design, and ranges from Llanarch CC's above-ground features to Augusta National to Langford & Moreau’s bold shaping. Follow Brian on Twitter (@bschneider126) and Instagram (bschneidergolf).

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Rich Shilling, superintendent of Jeffersonville Golf Course, joins the podcast. Andy and Rich discuss Jeffersonville’s improvement during his time there and the unique challenges of upgrading a course while continuing to allow public play. They also talk about his future plans and how the municipality approaches budgeting for renovations.

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04/25/20 • 41 min

In the third installment of our serialized introduction to golf course design, we explore how architects and shapers make courses feel at home in their surroundings. Specifically, we discuss tie-ins, the features that connect the manmade landforms of a golf hole to the preexisting surroundings. To learn more about this subtle art, Garrett speaks with Riley Johns (@RileyJohnsGolf), one of the architects behind the Winter Park Nine and the new short course at Forest Dunes. After listening to the episode, check out the accompanying post on The Fried Egg website.

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Christina Kim

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04/17/20 • 101 min

LPGA player Christina Kim joins the program this week. She discusses the importance of individuality, the Ladies European Tour vs. the LPGA, her quick rise as a junior player, her favorite courses around the world, and much more!

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Joel Dahmen

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04/08/20 • 84 min

PGA Tour player Joel Dahmen takes time out of his Arizona quarantine to join Andy Johnson this week. The two talk about Mario Kart, qualifying for the U.S. Open after a trip to the bar, playing with big-name players, and just what he is doing during all this time off.

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Tom Doak returns to discuss a variety of topics with Andy, including topographical maps, green books, drivable par 4s, and the evolution of restoration projects in recent times. Tom also gives a quick update on his work at his new project at Sand Valley and answers some listener questions.

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03/24/20 • 36 min

The second part of our serialized introduction to course design profiles the first and most influential golf architect: the linksland. Coastal dunescapes gave the sport its first fields of play as well as its founding ethos. To learn more about how terrain has shaped the game, Garrett talks to George Waters (@gwatersgolf), the Manager of Green Section Education for the USGA and the author of the book Sand and Golf. Make sure to check out the accompanying post on The Fried Egg website; there you will find additional resources on the topic and outtakes from the interview with George.

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Josh Lewis, superintendent at Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club, joins Andy for the latest installment of our Superintendent Series, brought to you by the Toro Company. They talk about the impact COVID-19 has had on the turf industry before digging into Josh’s early days at Coos Bay, Bandon Dunes, Pasatiempo, and Chambers Bay. Follow Josh on Twitter @theturfyoda.

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Nathaniel Crosby

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05/20/20 • 48 min

2019 and '21 Walker Cup captain Nathaniel Crosby joins the podcast to talk about last week’s match at Seminole, his days on the European Tour, and next year's Walker Cup.
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FAQ

How many episodes does The Fried Egg Golf Podcast have?

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast currently has 459 episodes available.

What topics does The Fried Egg Golf Podcast cover?

The podcast is about Podcasts, Sports and Golf.

What is the most popular episode on The Fried Egg Golf Podcast?

The episode title 'Yolk with Doak 21: Linksland, Mike Strantz, and Environmentalism' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on The Fried Egg Golf Podcast?

The average episode length on The Fried Egg Golf Podcast is 60 minutes.

How often are episodes of The Fried Egg Golf Podcast released?

Episodes of The Fried Egg Golf Podcast are typically released every 4 days, 5 hours.

When was the first episode of The Fried Egg Golf Podcast?

The first episode of The Fried Egg Golf Podcast was released on Jul 7, 2016.

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