Plugged In Golf's Matt Saternus interviews the most interesting, knowledgeable people in golf so that you can play better and enjoy the game more.
Inside Pinehurst with Head Pro Matt Barksdale
In this episode, Matt talks with Pinehurst's Head Golf Professional, Matt Barksdale. Matt gives tremendous insight into the resort and provides a ton of great tips for golfers making a trip to Pinehurst.
Have Wedges Evolved?
There's no argument that, in every category, golf clubs are evolving. But has this evolution benefitted all golfers equally? Have certain clubs changed more than others? We discuss these questions and more with Terry Koehler of Edison Golf.
This week, Matt sits down with the founder of Piper Golf, Michael Gottfried, and Piper's Social Caddie, Dan Staub. They discuss the company's origin, trying to break into a crowded golf ball market, and much more.
Jesper Thuen, ECCO Golf
This week, Matt sits down with former professional golfer Jesper Thuen, now the General Manager for ECCO USA, to talk about the evolution of the golf shoe, ECCO's role in pushing spikeless shoes to the fore, and much more.
Brandel Chamblee & Agustin Piza
Most golfers know Brandel Chamblee as a commentator on the Golf Channel. You may not know that he and Agustin Piza are doing some of the most interesting golf course design work in the world. In this episode, Matt talks with Brandel & Augie about Piza Chamblee Golf Design and their plans to rethink what a golf course looks like. Stay tuned to the end for a hilarious Back 9 segment.
Join the Plugged In Golf Levellr Community!
Plugged In Golf is very excited to announce the launch of our of Levellr community today! In this short episode, Matt explains what Levellr is, why Plugged In Golf is taking part, and what it means for you.
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350 into the wind with that last pod!
Couldn’t agree more with courses adapting personalities that can better suit specific types of golf. I would STILL be able and willing to play ALL, (and you actually just said that as I typed it while I’m still listening) I love a good paced 18, of course hitting a road jam by hole 7 is frustrating, but fairly or unfairly, I can’t imagine it being fun for those who are playing slower either. The last thing I want is to people feel like they shouldn’t go back out because they didn’t play well and hated that the group behind them was constantly at the tee box with them as they tee off.
The search ends here
I’ve listened to multiple golf podcasts but they all seemed to not be quite what I was looking for. I had been subscribed to the Plugged in golf newsletter for around a year before finally downloading the podcast. What can I say, the podcast is informative and enjoyable to listen to without being too long or getting “in to the weeds.” I’ve found my golf podcast!!