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Leading commentator Andrew Cotter and fan favourite Eddie Pepperell are joined by one of the most distinctive voices in golf, Iain Carter, to bring you the warmest three-ball in the sport.

The Chipping Forecast Folding Pocket

    • Sport
    • 5.0 • 22 Ratings

Leading commentator Andrew Cotter and fan favourite Eddie Pepperell are joined by one of the most distinctive voices in golf, Iain Carter, to bring you the warmest three-ball in the sport.

    US OPEN REVIEW - Bryson's Glory and Pain for Rory

    US OPEN REVIEW - Bryson's Glory and Pain for Rory

    In an episode where energy levels were in direct contrast to the adrenalin-fuelled events at Pinehurst, Andrew, Eddie and (eventually) Iain come together to discuss one of the most dramatic US Opens in memory as Bryson DeChambeau took his second major and Rory McIlroy saw another one slip away with a finish that may well haunt him.
    They discuss how good DeChambeau now is for the game of golf and whether his standing might even lead to the PGA Tour and LIV coming closer together. As for Rory - where does he go from here and can he recover? And most importantly, can Eddie remember if he played in an Amateur Championship before he falls asleep during the pod?
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    • 55 min
    Ludvig's Lead

    Ludvig's Lead

    It’s the halfway point of the US Open and unofficial mascot of TCF, Ludvig Åberg, is out in front as Andrew and Iain convene to chat about all the goings-on at Pinehurst. They wonder if the Swede will win his first major or ask if Bryson Dechambeau can thrill his growing multitude of fans. They then pick through all the other big names - of which there are many - on the leaderboard and hear from Rory McIlroy after his second round and also talk Tiger as he potentially nears the end of his major golf journey. Iain then misses his shuttle bus because he was telling a story about the shower in his hotel.
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    • 34 min
    US Open Preview

    US Open Preview

    On the eve of the eve of the US Open Andrew and Iain assemble to preview the tournament - Iain from the media centre at Pinehurst with its Premier Inn levels of wifi and Andrew from the UK where he is mildly hypothermic.
    They assess the course and a few of the likely contenders and Iain also exclusively reveals what he’s planning to have for dinner.
    On a more golf relevant note, they hear from the man who beat Tiger at his best and, as they record the pod, the news arrives that Jon Rahm has pulled out due to the injury near the outermost and smallest digit on his foot. Shortly after recording, we found out that Rory McIlroy is not getting divorced after all, so we didn’t get into that. Thankfully.
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    • 47 min
    Canter Banter

    Canter Banter

    At the start of US Open week, Iain is on his way to Pinehurst, so Andrew and Eddie are joined by the man who has just won on the DP World Tour for the first time, Laurie Canter. We hear about his victory in Germany and what his plans are now with regards to LIV and he also shares his enormous regret at the one trophy which always eluded him.
    The trio also consider the dramatic collapse of Sebastian Söderberg in the final round in Sweden and ask if anybody, bar a Kentucky traffic cop, can stop the mighty Scottie Scheffler this week. In other less important news, Andrew gets in an argument with a chatbot and refuses to accept that a little toe can be called a pinkie.
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    • 56 min
    CanterBobby Tales

    CanterBobby Tales

    New Zealand’s seventh-favourite golf podcast gathers again to look back on a big week in the sport as Bob MacIntyre wins the ultimate father-son tournament in the Canadian Open, friend-of-the-pod (but not Andrew) Laurie Canter has a debut victory on the European Tour and Yuka Saso collects her second major title, winning the US Open after turning Japanese.

    Also in this episode Eddie explains his lost weekend at the Green Eagle, Andrew tries to do an impression of a drone and all three wonder what you are allowed to get away with in bunkers these days.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    IAIN QUALIFIES FOR (media accreditation at) THE OPEN!!

    IAIN QUALIFIES FOR (media accreditation at) THE OPEN!!

    After a weekend when golf matters were put in true perspective, the three nevertheless discuss the goings on in the game from the very trivial to to the slightly more serious. They assess Eddie’s recent performance in Belgium and he rejects the idea that his form would improve if he were to retire from podcasting. Iain reveals that he finds himself unable to cope with pressure on a golf course and Andrew confesses to the shortest round of golf in history. They also discuss playing in the rain, the late-career flourishing of Richard Bland and look forward to the US Women’s Open.
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    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

PaddyComiskey ,

Great podcast

I never miss this podcast. It will keep you up to date about everything you need to know and don’t need to know about the golfing week.

Barna Barbara ,

Best golf podcast by far!!

Funniest, quirkiest chat about golf! Love the collective sense of humour - please keep this going! Thank you 😊

Hello me again! Please don’t bleep out some of the content as we are all adults and is that not the idea of podcasts ie you can say what you like. Why do you??!! Particularly Eddie’s comments as he’s so funny, hate to miss any part of any conversation you guys are having. Thank you

Jimmy golfer’s ,

Jimmy in Dublin

Fantastic so so funny

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