From the first tee to the last green, Utah Golf Radio gets you inside the ropes on all things golf in Utah. Live show on Saturday mornings on ESPN 700 radio. Podcast updates during the week. Hosted by Paul Pugmire.
Star First Tee kid Sean Lampropoulos cohosts as we celebrate the City Am with Bonneville head pro Carl Sarahs and Blake Leonelli of Waste Management. Utes Coach Garrett Clegg reflects on a trip to the NCAAs. Nick Killpack on destroying the Bloomington Am and Braxton Watts on his T1 at the Valley View Am. Cap'n Jake updates State Am Qs.
The Utes' Tristan Mandur stands at T16 and makes the cut playing as an individual at the NCAA finals at Grayhawk in Scottsdale, AZ. We walk along for his third round, a solid even par 70, and afterwards chat with Tristan and Coach Garrett Clegg.
We celebrate Memorial Day by honoring the 60th anniversary of Hill Air Force Base's Hubbard Golf Course with Utah Section PGA pros Wayne Volk, Dustin Volk and Shawn Edwards. And former Ute Kyler Dunkle on what he learned in his first Korn Ferry tournament.
Dustin Volk wins the Utah Section PGA Match Play championship with a 2 and 1 victory over Zach Johnson, his colleague at Davis County Golf. This one means more than a trophy to Volk, who's dad was head pro at the host Hubbard Golf Course. Volk joins the pod.
Defending Champ Dave Jennings repeats at the UGA Mid-Am, this time pulling away for the win. Randy Hicken, Shane McMillen and Chris Hermansen tie for low senior. Jennings joins the pod.
Phil Mickelson's win at the PGA Championship was one for the ages, and his post-round press conference has wisdom for both golf and life. With thanks to PGA of America Media, here is that interview in its entirety.
We celebrate the Utah Junior Golf Association with Jeff Thurman at River Oaks. 4A State HS Champ Annabelle Millard dishes on her win. Head Pro Mitch Stone drops by. We catch up with NCAA Finals-bound Tristan Mandur of the Utes. Cap'n Jake goes deep on the Qs.
Utah Section PGA horse Joe Summerhays is ready to take on Kiawah Island and the PGA Championship. We talked with Joe after his last practice round Wednesday afternoon prior to the Thursday start of this, his second appearance in a Major.
In his Tuesday news conference prior to the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island, Tony Finau threw a rock on the pond by saying confidently that he's one of the guys who really believe they can win a major. We look at the good reasons he has to say that and bring you his news conference in its entirety.
We celebrate 30 years of Fairways Magazine with Randy Dodson. Stonebridge head pro Clark Garso and UGA's Easton Folster join us to kick off the UGA Mid Am Qualifier. Utah Section PGA's Devin Dehlin reports on the girls' high school state championships. We send the Utes to regionals with some love.
Brigham Gibbs tames the wind at Glenmoor to take the UGA Senior Stroke Play by four shots over Shane McMillin. Bill Probst wins the Super Senior division as Doug Marriott and Jon Memmott tie for the Legends. Gibbs joins the pod.
Utah Section PGA greats Sonny Braun, Kean Ridd and Brett Watson help us celebrate two Utah Golf Hall of Fame legends as Sue Nyhus retires and Billy Johnston is laid to rest. We catch up on the PGA of America with Jared Barnes. UGA's Cap'n Jake tells us how golfer numbers are going up.
BYU junior Carson Lundell has had a historically significant spring for the Cougars, leading to an individual invitation to compete in the NCAA regionals. We review his sizzling performance and chat with Lundell about it all.
UVU senior Gabe Lysen rides a superior mental game to wrap up his scheduled college career with the Western Athletic Conference individual championship. Set down what you're doing and focus on what Lysen has to say about how he got to the trophy in one of the most instructive interviews we've done.
Mike Weir ends a 14-year winless drought with his first PGA TOUR Champions win at the Insperity Invitational near Houston. Weir closed out John Daly with a regulation par on the 36th hole in the rain-shortened event. We include Weir's post-victory presser in its entirety, courtesy of PGA TOUR Media.?
Utes commit Braxton Watts wins The Oaks Open, beating a top field of Utah Section PGA pros and Utah amateurs. Casey Fowles takes low pro. Watts joins the pod.
Utah Section PGA pros Dave Carter & Steve Loyola join Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown on the live show on ESPN 700 to celebrate First Tee Utah Golfapalooza and the partnership with SLCPD at Glendale Golf Course. Joe Summerhays on qualifying for the PGA Championship. We recap college conference championships and talk with Westminster coach Denise Larson about the Griffins' RMAC win. Cap'n Jake goes deep on recent ...
Georgia native Bailey Tardy wins the inaugural Copper Rock Championship on the Symetra Tour as BYU alum and former State Am champ Kendra Dalton makes the cut. Utah Section PGA Women's Player of the Year Haley Sturgeon just misses the weekend. Tardy, Dalton and Sturgeon join the pod.?
Big, big weekend for Utah Golf! Copper Rock pro John Horton helps us celebrate the Symetra Tour and Haley Sturgeon recaps her experience playing in it. Joe Summerhays tees up the PGA Pro. UVU's Victoria Estrada on her win at the WAC. Randy Dodson updates the Cougar Classic. Kurt Kraigthorpe with thoughts on it all.
Utah Section PGA pro Rob Krieger of Southgate joins the live show on ESPN 700 to launch the new PGA PROfile feather that highlights the great things Utah golf professionals are doing. We catch up with Kyler Dunkle, who's healthy again, and check in with BYU golf coach Bruce Brockbank on the Western Intercollegiate and previewing the Cougar Classic. Annie Fisher tells us about the digital Golf Pass.
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