A podcast exploring the rich literary tradition of the game of golf, hosted by authors Stephen Proctor and Jim Hartsell.
A mini episode for Stephen, with a reading from Sam McKinlay's wonderful Scottish Golf and Golfers. Sam was the golf writer for the Glasgow Herald from 1956-1980.
Stephen and Jim discuss the 1995 book, My Usual Game. They are joined by the author, David Owen. David has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1991.
Stephen and Jim discuss the classic 1950 memoir, Thirty Years of Championship Golf by Gene Sarazen with Herbert Warren Wind
Stephen and Jim discuss the prolific Scottish author Angus MacVicar, specifically his 1984 book Golf in My Gallowses.
Stephen and Jim discuss the seminal 2001 book, A Season in Dornoch - written by the great Canadian golf writer Lorne Rubenstein. Lorne joins for part of the discussion. A celebration of all that is great about Scottish golf.
Stephen and Jim discuss the classic 1992 book To The Linksland by Michael Bamberger - featuring characters like the great Scottish pro John Stark of Crieff and Peter Teravainen. Michael joins the podcast for a wide-ranging discussion on Scotland, golf writing and his legendary career.
Stephen & Jim discuss the great collection of golf writing from 1996 by John Updike.
Stephen and Jim discuss the seminal 1994 book Hell's Golfer by Tom Morton. They are joined by the author from his home in the Shetland islands of Scotland.
Stephen and Jim discuss the origins of American golf writing, with a focus on three towering figures: Dan Jenkins, Charles Price and Herbert Warren Wind
Stephen and Jim discuss the UK writers who are the main spiritual descendants of Bernard Darwin: Pat Ward-Thomas, Henry Longhurst, S.L. McKinlay and Peter Dobereiner
Stephen and Jim explore the origins of golf writing, with a focus on the works of Horace Hutchinson and Bernard Darwin.
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