The Back of the Range Golf Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

114 episodes of The Back of the Range Golf Podcast since the first episode, which aired on December 11th, 2017.

  • Michael Muehr - The King of the Cocktail Circuit

    January 22nd, 2020  |  55 mins 24 secs
    coleman, crump, duke university, jay bilas, michael muehr, pga tour, seminole, tiger woods

    Our guest this week is Michael Muehr from Mclean, Virginia. Yes, he's won the Crump at Pine Valley and the Coleman at Seminole...but if you think he's just another former pro dominating as a reinstated amateur....think again. We spoke his collegiate career at Duke, his time on the PGA TOUR, and the moment he knew he had to find another line of work off the golf course.

  • Brentley Romine - Golf Channel Associate Editor and College Golf Insider

    January 16th, 2020  |  1 hr 18 mins
    brentley romine, college golf, golf channel, matthew wolff, maverick mcnealy, ncaa golf, pga tour, steve burkowski, us amateur, usga

    Our guest this week is Brentley Romine from Golf Channel. Brentley joined Golf Channel in 2018 as an associate editor for Prior to joining Golf Channel, he spent more than six years at Golfweek Magazine, where he covered everything from junior golf (four U.S. Junior Amateurs) to the PGA Tour (11 major championships, a Ryder Cup and a Presidents Cup).

  • Peter Kuest - BYU's Senior All-American

    January 9th, 2020  |  35 mins 28 secs
    amateur golf, byu golf, ncaa golf, peter kuest, pga tour, usga

    Our guest this week is Peter Kuest. He will go down as one of the greatest players in the history of the BYU Golf Program that has produced players like Mike Weir and Johnny Miller. He's an All-American that picked up three wins this past fall and is looking forward to closing out an incredible career before turning professional.

  • Brad Tilley - How to Win Three Mid-Am Titles in Ten Days, Part 2

    January 3rd, 2020  |  54 mins 34 secs
    bear lakes, brad tilley, bradford tilley, dan mccarthy, jesper parnevik, korn ferry tour, medalist golf club, met golf, nysga, pga tour, tiger woods, uva golf

    Happy New Year! This episode contains the second half of our conversation with Brad Tilley from Easton, Connecticut. Not sure how to win three Mid-Amateur Championships in the span of TEN DAYS? Want to know what it's like to play and practice with Tiger Woods? You'll find out in this episode!

  • Brad Tilley - How to Win Three Mid-Am Titles in Ten Days, Part 1

    December 31st, 2019  |  59 mins 2 secs
    bear lakes, brad tilley, bradford tilley, jesper parnevik, medalist golf club, met golf, nysga, pga tour, tiger woods, uva golf

    Our final guest of 2019 is Brad Tilley from Easton, Connecticut. Not sure how to win three Mid-Amateur Championships in the span of TEN DAYS? You'll learn that and much more in the first installment of this two-part episode.

  • Bob Estes - Four-Time PGA Tour Winner

    December 19th, 2019  |  46 mins 44 secs
    austin, bob estes, champions tour, golf, haskins award, longhorn golf, ncaa, pga tour, texas, viktor hovland

    Our guest this week is four-time PGA Tour Winner, Bob Estes! We spoke about his incredible career that has lasted 30 years between the PGA Tour and Champions Tour. How does he do it? Hard work and determination. Plenty of great stories and words of wisdom from the former NCAA Player of the Year and PGA Tour Rookie of the Year!

  • Patrick Christovich - The Coleman Invitational Champ from the Crescent City

    December 12th, 2019  |  54 mins 38 secs
    coleman invitational, garrett rank, hooters tour, louisiana golf, new orleans, nhl, patrick christovich, pga tour, pine valley, seminole golf club, usga

    Our guest this week is Patrick Christovich from New Orleans, Louisiana. We spoke about his win at the Coleman, what it's like to have Secretariat as a partner in the U.S. Four Ball, and why he thinks White Belts should be a two-stroke penalty! Great episode with some Cajun flavor!

  • Ryan Crysler - Senior Instructor at Butch Harmon Floridian

    December 5th, 2019  |  1 hr 8 mins
    brooks koepka, butch harmon, claude harmon, floridian, golf, obama, pga tour, rickie fowler, ryan crysler, titleist, tpi

    Our guest this week is Ryan Crysler, Senior Instructor at the Butch Harmon's instructional facility at The Floridian. From hanging around Ben Crenshaw on the practice green at the Austin Golf Club to seeing players like Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler hitting balls at the "FLO", Ryan has seen it all and we had a great conversation about his career in golf instruction!

  • Brady Exber - Golf's "Mr. Las Vegas"

    November 27th, 2019  |  1 hr 2 mins
    amateur golf, brady exber, don rickles, golf, jim brown, jim crane, las vegas, nevada golf, patrick reed, the floridian, us amateur, usga

    Our guest this week is Brady Exber from Las Vegas, Nevada. Incredible stories from the former British and Canadian Senior Amateur Champion about his start in the game in Sin City. From playing golf with Don Rickles to officiating a golf match featuring Jim Brown, this episode has it all.....and most of it is true!

  • Serge Hogg - Caddie Tales from Pine Valley and Seminole Golf Club

    November 19th, 2019  |  1 hr 4 mins
    amateur golf, arnold palmer, coleman invitational, crump cup, dustin johnson, golf, jimmy dunne, justin rose, pine valley, seminole, serge hogg, the back of the range golf podcast, usga, walker cup

    Our guest this week is Serge Hogg from Baltimore, Maryland. In this very special episode, we pick the brain of a veteran caddie from Pine Valley and Seminole. Want to know a little more about two of the most revered clubs in the world? Serge shares stories about first-timers, caddying for Scott Harvey in the Crump Cup, and caddying for Arnold Palmer at the Seminole Pro-Member tournament!

  • Trent Phillips - Georgia's All-American Sophomore

    November 13th, 2019  |  39 mins 11 secs
    amateur golf, bulldogs, college golf, georgia golf, ncaa, sec golf, trent phillips, usga

    Our guest this week is Trent Phillips from the University of Georgia. After picking up his first collegiate win at the Ka'anapali Classic in Hawaii, we had a chance to talk about his All-American freshman season that led to his SEC Freshman of the Year award. We spoke about his decision head to Athens from his hometown of Inman, South Carolina and what it is like to play golf again with his older brother.

  • Skip Berkmeyer - Missouri's Mid-Amateur Champion

    November 6th, 2019  |  1 hr 2 mins
    amateur golf, golf, jim holtgrieve, maga, missouri golf, payne stewart, skip berkmeyer, usga

    Our guest this week is Skip Berkmeyer from St. Louis, Missouri. He's played in over 30 USGA Championships. He's a three-time Missouri Amateur Champ with plenty of ideas, opinions, and tips on the game of golf. Great stories and insight from one of the legendary amateurs from the state of Missouri.