November 17th, 2021 | 1 hr 24 mins
blair bursey, canada, european tour, flagstick, golf, lpga, mackenzie tour, pga, pga tour canada, sports, teetalk, tour
Joining us on the show this week is a guest we have wanted to have on for some time, Blair Bursey. The Gander, Newfoundland-raised pro, still just 24-years-old, made his mark this past year on the Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada. He was a consistent performer all season long, always lurking around the top of the leaderboard, and finished up his Canadian campaign with a victory in Victoria at the Reliance Properties DCBank Open.
The win propelled the lefty to 2nd place in the season-long points list and secured his status on the circuit for 2022.
Bursey joins us to share his story from being a small town kid who made his way to Utah for NCAA Division 1 golf, and now travels the world pursuing his goal of playing amongst the best golfers in the world.
Outside of the interview, we have plenty of talk about the LPGA and PGA TOUR, some great questions from listeners, as always, and we offer a golf tip that you can use this winter to improve your ball-striking.
September 2nd, 2021 | 1 hr 38 mins
canada, european tour, flagstick, golf, lpga, mackenzie tour, noah steele, pga, pga tour canada, sports, teetalk, tour
The boys are back together for a jam-packed episode that starts by diving into the BMW Championship, Solheim Cup, PGA TOUR Championship, Korn Ferry Tour Championship, and the Ryder Cup.
We run through some thoughts on fan conduct on the PGA TOUR, Phil Mickelson's rebuke of the USGA, Patrick Cantlay's putting, the soaring auction price for a Tiger Woods back-up putter, and discuss whether slope on rangefinders should be allowed in tournaments.
Joining us for a feature interview for the first time in two years is Team Canada member Noah Steele who details how his amateur career was transformed by his recent win on the Mackenzie Tour - PGA TOUR Canada. He tells us what it was like to be the first amateur to win on the tour in almost 20 years, how he kept it together going down the stretch, and what his plans are for his immediate future.
The MailBag returns with questions on golf travel in Prince Edward Island, the all-female broadcast crew that will be used at the ShopRite LPGA Classic, being a guest at a private club, our favourite messages that we received this year, and we share the oddest things we have witnessed in golf this summer.
In the tip of the week we talk about playing the right speed in putting.
Plenty to listen to; enjoy the show.