Bradley Hughes Golf Podcast
Summary: Listen in as I interview the golfers we all know and loved and watched on and off the course. A definite must for the golf follower.
We all know Frank Nobilo from his role as an announcer on The Golf Channel and CBS broadcasts as well as his discussion on Golf Channel’s Live At The Majors analysis show during golf’s big events. Come inside and also hear about Frank Nobilo the golfer. I have known Frank for 30 years and it was great to delve into his career on both sides of the golfing world- player & broadcaster. This is a must listen episode for the golf enthusiast as we talk Brandel Chamblee- golf equipment- Mac OGrady- the golf swing- Nick Faldo- Tiger- Seve- Woosie- technology- social media and the 96 Masters saga of the Greg Norman meltdown- where Frank finished in 4th place and what lays ahead for the 2019 Majors. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did.
Golf is not just about the golf swing. The mental side of practice and playing is a huge component to a better game. In this episode I talk with Jenny Sevil, former #1 ranked Ladies Professional Golfer in Australia and how her instruction has become teaching her students how to successfully take to the task of mentally prepping themselves for every session and every shot- feeding the right information into the mind to make the swing and the scores better. It’s a great listen that will help benefit every golfer in their quest for improvement.
Doug Sanders was one of the all-time great golfers. A true character on and off the fairways. Listen in as I ask Doug about his early days, the colorful attire, the celebrities and Presidents he forged friendships with. Palmer, Hogan, Nicklaus and Player. The 20 wins on the PGA Tour and of course the one that got away- the 1970 British Open Championship. If you love golf and grew up in the golden era of watching golf in the 60’s and 70’s then don’t miss this latest episode.
In my very first step into the podcast world I talk with my friend Ian Baker Finch. This is a great listen as “Finchy” walks us through the highs and lows of his professional golf career, the early days, the triumphs and the turmoil. He gives insight into his role as a commentator rather than a golfer and brings up great thoughts in the rapid fire answers particularly what he would change in golf if he was “commissioner” for just one day