Nikki B and I talk about the thrilling action on moving day at the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. We know the leaderboard isn’t filled with a bunch of “big” names, but we are loving the “nice guys” that are in contention heading into Sunday’s final round. Chances are we’ll crown another first-time major champion at the end of play.
It’s finally here. I know the anticipation has been killing you — the debut of our podcast. Stephanie Wei and Nikki B are at Erin Hills for the 2017 U.S. Open. In this episode, the co-hosts introduce themselves and chat about how they met, their vision for the podcast, their plans, and just entertaining banter. Tune in for details. Email us — WUPpod@gmail.com — your thoughts, send us questions for a mailbag episode.
Welcome to a very special edition of The Clubhouse! Luke Elvy and I talk Masters nonstop for nearly 35 minutes! We chat about Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, along with our favorites and dark horses for the week.
Thanks as always for asking questions. Sorry I didn’t see the ones on my YouTube page until just now — I’ll be sure to look out for them next time (tomorrow).
Australia’s face and voice of golf Luke Elvy and I return to our weekly wrap-up of the golf. Of course, this time we talk Tiger Woods and his record-tying eighth win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Luke and I decided to name the show, “The Clubhouse.” We’ll be airing it regularly at the conclusion of each PGA Tour event (which is usually Sunday evenings but with the crazy weather this year, who knows).
Tune in and I’ll send reminders on Twitter. We started taking viewer questions on this episode and we’ll continue to do that and increase interaction. If you have any suggestions, please send them our way. Thanks for watching!
Here are some additional Tiger-related facts following today’s victory:
As I wrote earlier this week, TaylorMade invited about a dozen media members to the “TaylorMade Short Game Experience” at Bandon Dunes for the launch of its ATV wedges and Manta putters. We were lucky enough to preview the new 13-hole par-3 course, Bandon Preserve, which opens to the public on May 1st. I could play that track all day long. It’s challenging, scenic and just downright amazing.
On Tuesday we played Bandon Trails, one of the four famed courses at proprietor Mike Keiser’s golfing mecca. Trails takes you through massive sand dunes, rolling meadows and a coastal forest. Basically, you get a little bit of everything and it’s a beast (the yardage is deceiving) and it’s the only track at Bandon that’s not links-style (and that’s according to Keiser).