Mark Rolfing, of NBC Sports and Golf Channel is back on the show, as he always is at the end of the year, to talk about the 2018 season, and to look ahead to 2019
Bob Zafian, the co-owner of the collectibles auction site, www.greenjacketauctions.com is back on the show to talk about the auction, which is currently open and will be until December 8th.
Brian Alley, the Head Professional at the Primland Resort in Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia is on the show to talk about his beautiful golf destination.
Before his basketball season, ESPN'S Jay Bilas is on the show to talk about his love for the game of golf
Ron Whitten, the Architecture Editor at Golf Digest profiles Pete and Alice Dye. Pete's health is deteriorating and Ron just wanted to see how his old friend is doing.
Steve Eubanks from Global Golf Post is back on the show, this time telling the story of the No.1 player in the world, Sung Hyun Park. Incredibly popular in Korea, not that well know around the rest of the world. Steve examines why that is.
Washington Post columnist and award winning author John Feinstein is back on the show, this time, to talk about his latest novel, "The Prodigy". It's the story of a teenage golf phenom that finds himself competing for a major championship
World Golf Hall of Fame member Bernhard Langer is back on the show, fresh off his 38th PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS victory. He's the leader in the race for the Charles Schwab Cup. Should he win the Cup again this year, it would be his 5th.
Golf instructor, inventor and research scientist Marius Filmalter is on the show for the first time, talking about his putting philosophy. Fins out more on his website, www.mariusgolf.com
Washington Post columnist and award winning author John Feinstein is back on the show, this time talking about his latest book, "The Prodigy". It's the story of teenage golfing sensation that finds himself contending for a major championship
Tom Alter, VP of Editorial Development from the PGA Tour is on the show to talk about the changes in store for the tour in 2018-2019 season.
Golf historian and award winning broadcaster Peter Kessler is back on the show, for an extended conversation about the 2018 Ryder Cup
Bob Childs, the owner of the House of Fleming in Atlanta is back on the show to talk about the business of high end "skin" products...alligator belts, wallets, purses and more
Jaime Diaz, from Golf Channel is back on the show to talk about Tiger Woods' comeback victory at the Tour Championship
Scott Wilson, the Director of Golf at the Streamsong resort is back on the show to talk about the fact that now is a great time to visit the resort
Alex Miceli from The Morning Read is on the show to talk about the changing dynamics of players and sponsorships
Steve Sands from Golf Channel is back on the show to talk about the first three rounds of the FedEx Cup playoffs
Scott Parel is back on the show, this time talking about his first PGA Tour Champions victory at the Boeing Classic
Gil Hanse is back on the show to talk about a variety of projects, including the renovation of Pinehurst #4 and the creation of the Ohoopee Match Club
Colin Montgomerie, the 2010 European Ryder Cup Captain is back on the show, this time previewing the 2018 Ryder Cup matches