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In this episode, brought to you by Blair Atholl Golf and Equestrian Estate, the guys catch up with one of the most well known voices in the game - Tony Johnstone. Ever the entertainer, Johnstone harks back to when he accidentally knocked Brandon Stone's mom out cold, the time he finally got even with his old pal John Bland and, of course, shares his thoughts on LIV Golf.
You'll have to go a long way before you'll find a bad word uttered about Nick Price. Apart from being a 3 - time Major champion and former world number one, he's also one of the nicest people you'd ever wish to meet or speak to. In this episode, Nick takes us back to his early days in then Rhodesia, talks about his Major victories (and near misses), gives his considered opinion on LIV Golf and wades into the whole 'distance debate'.
Gary Player is, without doubt, South Africa's greatest ever sportsman. His record of 9 Majors and 160 professional wins speaks for itself. Recently, however, life hasn't exactly been plain sailing for the 86 year old, In this episode we caught up with him at Masters week to talk about it all, in the hope of seeing a side not many get to see.
Golf lovers around the world have come to know the dulcet tones of Denis Hutchinson. 'Hutch', as he is affectionately known, was not only the voice of golf in South Africa for many years, but was also a great player in his time, winning the SA Open as an amateur way back in 1959. In celebration of his 90th birthday, we thought it only appropriate to sit down and reminisce about a life immersed in the great game of golf.
In this episode of The Long and Short of It in partnership with Blair Atholl Golf and Equestrian Estate, Dale chats to world - renowned golf instructor, David Leadbetter, about his rise to teaching stardom, his approach to coaching and working with some of the best the game has produced
Jaime Diaz is, without doubt, one of the game's most respected voices. A 10-time Golf Writers Association of America Award winner, he was the recipient of the PGA Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism in 2012 and, in 2014, was recognised by Jack Nicklaus as the recipient of the Memorial Golf Journalism Award. Golf World's editor - in - chief joins the guys to talk about what awaits at the 43rd playing of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.
Tony Jacklin is an Open and US Open champion ('69 and '70) as well as 4 - time Ryder Cup captain. Fair to say he was one of the biggest names in world golf at the time. Many, however, will remember him for the famous 'concession' putt at the 1969 Ryder Cup given by Jack Nicklaus, which epitomised the spirit in which the game should be played. In this episode, ahead of the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits, the guys sat down with one of the main men credited for turning Europe's dismal fortunes in the competition around.
Sam Torrance is one of the game's great characters. He was also a seriously good player with 44 professional wins in a career spanning almost 50 years. In this episode he regales the guys with tales of the Ryder Cup, including his famous win in '02, hilarious antics with his best pal, David Feherty , as well as a story about pro shop ticket stubs.
In golf commentating circles they don't get much better or nicer than Ewen Murray. In this episode, Ewen talks to the guys about big moments from his lengthy, distinguished career - from coaching Darren Clarke to an unresolved tiff with Tiger, and a devastating football stadium fire in 1985, which still haunts him to this day. Throw in some Ryder Cup banter for good measure and you've got all the key ingredients for a really great chat.
Bernhard Langer is a giant of the game. Twice a Masters champion, Langer has the 2nd most victories of all time on both the European and PGA Tour Champions. He's won on 6 continents and, at the 2020 Masters, became the oldest player in the tournament's history to make the cut aged 63. But above it all, he's one of the nicest people you'd ever wish to meet. In this episode he speaks candidly about his faith, breaking his trusty putter, the joys and perils of Ryder Cup captaincy and the key to longevity.
Dame Laura Davies is one of the most successful women to have ever played the game. In this episode Laura chats to Simon, Dylan and Dale about how she became the longest on tour, why she prefers not to use a tee, winning with John Daly, LPGA Hall of Fame disappointment and why she might be close to finally packing away the clubs.
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