The Good-Good Golf Podcast

Golf talk for the serious golfer

About the show

Good-Good is the golf show for the serious golfer. We celebrate everything great about the game, from course architecture to promoting public golf.

Episodes

  • Ep 028: Where Golf And Art Intersect With Lee Wybranski

    April 20th, 2020  |  1 hr 10 mins

    Sick of Covid 19? Us too. So we're not mentioning it this week. Instead, we're delving into the world of golf and art when we catch up with renowned golf artist Lee Wybranski. Lee has produced the posters for every US Open since 2008 and has painted as well as work for The Open Championship, PGA and Ryder Cup. He has also been commissioned to paint just about every significant club and course in North East America as well as many Scotland, too. Lee's passion for course architecture shines through in this engaging discussion on the world where golf and art meet.

  • Ep 027: The Ghosts of Masters Past

    April 13th, 2020  |  1 hr 12 mins

    For more than a decade Scott Micheaux had one of the best jobs in golf. As one of the lead golf writers for the Augusta Chronicle Michaux was tasked each year with producing a major profile of the defending champion in readiness as part of the paper's preview for each years event. From Angel Cabrera to Adam Scott and a surprise encounter with Tiger Woods, Michaux has some fabulous memories and stories from one of the most revered tournaments - and clubs - in the game.

  • Ep 026: Covid 19 Now and Beyond

    April 7th, 2020  |  1 hr 1 min

    We'd all love to talk about something else but the realities of the ongoing Corona Virus Pandemic are making it hard. This week Matt Day, GM at Perth's 27-hole Collier Park facility, joins the pod to talk about the day to day realities of life in charge of two golf courses and some major projects which have been thrown into uncertainty. Matt is a thoughtful analyst of the golf business - and public golf in particular - and his insights are always worth listening to.

  • Ep 025: All About Seve

    March 28th, 2020  |  1 hr 26 mins

    In golf, the true greats are known by a single name. And just like Arnie, Jack, Tiger and Hogan, Seve takes his place as one of the best and most important ever to play the game. The Spaniard was charisma personified, both on and off the course, and taken all too early in 2011. If The Masters hadn't been postponed, this year would have marked the 40th anniversary of his first Green Jacket win and while there is no excuse needed it served as the ideal reason for an in depth chat about one of the game's most popular players. Join former caddie Billy Foster and fellow European Tour players Tony Johnstone and Mike Clayton as they reminisce about one of the most exciting players ever to pick up club.

  • Ep 024: Might Covid 19 Be Good For Golf?

    March 24th, 2020  |  59 mins 59 secs

    With a world spinning seemingly out of control there are lots of questions about where golf should fit in the new world order. There are no right or wrong answers but on Episode 24 Rod Morri and Adrian Logue are joined by Dave Hill (aka One Bearded Golfer) to thrash out some of the issues. It's a rambling chat but what else are you going to talk about at a time like this?

  • Ep 023: Anyone For a Top 100 Courses Debate?

    March 17th, 2020  |  1 hr 15 mins

    If you want to start an argument in golf there are a couple of surefire topics that will do it and the ranking of the country's top 100 courses is one of them. On Episode 23 of Good Good, Golf Australia Magazine Editor Brendan James joins us in studio to discuss the where, what, when, how and why of his publication's biennial list. It's a fascinating discussion that wanders in a few different directions including (despite best efforts to avoid it) the impact of the COVID 19.

  • Ep 022: The Mad Americans In Studio

    March 9th, 2020  |  1 hr 16 mins

    They're the heavy weights of Golf Twitter and it was a privilege for Good Good to host Michael Wolf, Jon Cavalier and Nigel Islam in studio for a rambling chat about all things golf and all things Australia. From Royal Melbourne to Barwon Heads and NSW to Royal Adelaide, Wolf, Cavalier and their less well known but incredibly knowledgeable travel companion Nigel Islam had a great time in Australia and have some interesting observations about the golf culture and courses in these parts.

  • Ep 021: The Book Club - The World Atlas Of Golf

    March 2nd, 2020  |  1 hr 24 mins

    Groundbreaking stuff on the Good Good Golf Podcast this week as we welcome a new guest host but reintroduce an old segment. The Book Club was one of the great success stories of the iSeekGolf podcast and it returns this week with Feed The Ball's Derek Duncan in the host chair joined by Adrian Logue and Monarch Of The Green author Stephen Proctor to break down one of golf’s most influential books - The World Atlas Of Golf. It's riveting stuff and will have you scouring eBay for a copy of your own.

  • Ep 020: Mike Clayton. Enough Said

    February 26th, 2020  |  1 hr 10 mins

    The always popular and insightful Mike Clayton joins Episode 20 of the show to discuss Steph Kyriacou's remarkable victory at Bonville, the Peter Kostis revelations on the No Laying Up podcast, the Golf Premier League and plenty more as well.

  • Ep 019: Golf From The Non Golfer's Perspective

    February 17th, 2020  |  1 hr 4 mins

    There's always hand wringing in golf about growing the numbers of people who play but do we ever stop to ask why it is non golfers aren't already swinging a club? After a brilliant piece in The Irish Times last week chronicling her journey to 13th Beach to watch fellow Irish woman Leona Maguire we catch up with former Olympic silver medallist Sonia O'Sullivan to find out what golf looks like to the outside world.

  • Ep 018: John Huggan On All Things Golf

    February 12th, 2020  |  1 hr 11 mins

    John Huggan is one of the most respected and forthright voices in the game and he joins Rod Morri and Adrian Logue on Episode 18 to talk Vic Open, Min Woo Lee, the Distance Insights Report and more. There's also news about Derek Duncan and a special announcement about the long awaited return of the much loved Book Club.

  • Ep 017: From The Vic Open with Flic Johnson

    February 5th, 2020  |  1 hr 2 mins

    It might not be Australia's most important championship but as a spectator is it the country's best tournament. The mixed men's and women's Vic Opens are a highlight of the golf calendar each year and with host Rod Morri on site at 13th beach this week it was a great opportunity to sit down with LET player Felicity Johnson to talk all things golf.

  • Ep 016: Golf as Business With Richard Gillis

    January 27th, 2020  |  1 hr 12 mins

    For most of us golf is a passion but it is also big business with both the professional circuits and the amateur game generating large sums of money. Sports business expert Richard Gillis is one of the leading analysts of sport and its associated marketing and he joins episode 16 to look at some of the issues - both good and bad - confronting golf.

  • Ep 015: Course Architect Harley Kruse

    January 20th, 2020  |  1 hr 13 mins

    Sydney based golf course architect Harley Kruse comes into the studio for episode 15 to talk all things course design, technology and the future of golf.

  • Ep 014: Sandy Jamieson and One Club Golf

    January 13th, 2020  |  52 mins 47 secs

    There may be no more intimidating game for a beginner than golf and perhaps no more intimidating place to try to do it than on a golf course. But one Melbourne professional has an idea to change all that and he's our guest today on Episode 14. Sandy Jamieson operates the Oakleigh Public Golf Course in Melbourne and his One Club concept is already helping to change the face of the game there. But he hopes to make a much broader impact over time, as you'll hear.

  • Ep 013: The Episode We Weren't Meant To Have

    December 17th, 2019  |  59 mins 41 secs

    We were supped to call it a day after last week's Presidents Cup preview but really, how could we not rehash the brilliant week at Royal Melbourne? Some of Adrian Logue's finest work on Episode 13 as he introduces us to the 'Buffoon versus Class Act' breakdown of the players and takes aim at everyone from television to the PGA Tour. We hope you enjoy this final episode of 2019 and thanks for all your support over the course of the year and we look forward to coming back to do it all again in 2020.