27 episodes

Golf is a very simple game that tends to confuse smart people. In 'Off Course' we look to simplify it for you and teach you a thing or two along the way. We'll host conversations with the best players in the world and successful personalities from various industries about why they love golf and what makes them successful in their trade of choice. There will be plenty of golf and plenty of other stuff every week in 'Off Course.'

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Golf is a very simple game that tends to confuse smart people. In 'Off Course' we look to simplify it for you and teach you a thing or two along the way. We'll host conversations with the best players in the world and successful personalities from various industries about why they love golf and what makes them successful in their trade of choice. There will be plenty of golf and plenty of other stuff every week in 'Off Course.'

    Cameron McCormick Interview: How Jordan Spieth shook off his slump, facing criticism, coaching amateurs and pros, plus why juniors could regress in college

    Cameron McCormick Interview: How Jordan Spieth shook off his slump, facing criticism, coaching amateurs and pros, plus why juniors could regress in college

    Golf performance coach Cameron McCormick joins the show and discusses how he got hooked on golf while growing up in Australia. McCormick met Jordan Spieth when he was 12 years old and the two have stuck together ever since — riding out the 3x major champ's nearly four-year winless drought. McCormick opens up about facing criticism, how Spieth's game got off track and what they did to bring it back.


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    • 1 hr 26 min
    Jimmy Walker Interview: His career, advice to rookies, the power of making par and why the Tour needs an off-season

    Jimmy Walker Interview: His career, advice to rookies, the power of making par and why the Tour needs an off-season

    On this episode of GOLF’s Off Course with Claude Harmon III, Jimmy Walker joins for a lengthy discussion on the state of golf. The major winner explains why he isn’t totally satisfied with his professional accomplishments, what it’s like to be in the zone and how he won the 2016 PGA Championship. Walker also shares advice for young rookies on Tour and how important making par really is on the scorecard to have an established career. Plus, the veteran discusses the grind of the long seson and makes the case for a longer break on the PGA Tour schedule.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Sean Foley Interview: Coaching Tour players, super-leaners, why golf is deeper than a mental game and how he ‘over-coached Tiger‘

    Sean Foley Interview: Coaching Tour players, super-leaners, why golf is deeper than a mental game and how he ‘over-coached Tiger‘

    In a special edition of Off Course — Claude Harmon is LIVE from GOLF's Top 100 Teachers Summit at Pinehurst. CH3 is joined by fellow Top 100 Teacher and Tour Coach, Sean Foley in front of their peers as they discuss working with his students, including Justin Rose, Lydia Ko, Danny Willet and Cameron Champ. Foley also lends his unique perspective to the game and how it's deeper than just being mental as well as his likes and dislikes about instruction in this day and age. With wisdom and hindsight, Foley also delves into how he over-coached his most high profile client during their four years together — Tiger Woods.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Matt Wallace Interview: Differences between the European and PGA Tours, his game, learning from pro peers and his fiery attitude

    Matt Wallace Interview: Differences between the European and PGA Tours, his game, learning from pro peers and his fiery attitude

    In this episode of GOLF’s Off Course with Claude Harmon III, four-time European tour winner Matt Wallace dissects his game and what he's learned from the best pros in the world. After joining the PGA Tour in 2020, the Englishman talks recent success including a 3rd place finish at the 2021 Valero Texas Open followed by T4 at the Zozo Championship. Wallace also shares the valuable lesson he learned from one year of playing collegiate golf and speaks openly about his fiery temper on the course.


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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Michael Pena Interview: Finding golf on set, range work as a struggling actor, the pressure of Pro-Ams and why he just doesn‘t want to ‘hurt anybody‘ on the course

    Michael Pena Interview: Finding golf on set, range work as a struggling actor, the pressure of Pro-Ams and why he just doesn‘t want to ‘hurt anybody‘ on the course

    On this episode of GOLF’s Off Course with Claude Harmon III, blockbuster star Michael Pena joins to discuss his impressive career in film and how Hollywood lead him to golf. From Oscar winning films to Marvel movies and binge-worthy shows, Michael’s at the top of his acting game yet is still like any amateur when the cameras are on him at the golf course - nervous! Find out how he took up the game shortly after hearing James Garner and Jack Lemmon obsess over the game on set, how he honed his skills reading books and the tales of hitting $5 buckets on the range as a struggling actor. Plus, why he loves playing old, institutional courses or as he calls them 'golf's versions of museums.'


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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Boyd Summerhays Interview: From playing to coaching on Tour, lessons learned, parenting kids for competition and Tony Finau‘s goals

    Boyd Summerhays Interview: From playing to coaching on Tour, lessons learned, parenting kids for competition and Tony Finau‘s goals

    In this episode of GOLF’s Off Course with Claude Harmon III, Tour Coach and GOLF Top 100 Teacher Boyd Summerhays joins to talk shop on all things golf. As a fellow first family of golf, the Summerhays have been synonimous with the sport for generations and Boyd speaks candidly about his own pitfalls of chasing perfection while playing professionally alongside the positive impact its had on him, his mentoring style, and preparing his children for a future in competitive golf. Boyd also details the lofty goals his star student has in his sights and why Tony Finau’s long-awaited second win only made him hungrier.

    • 48 min

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