March 5th, 2020 | 49 mins 28 secs
boo weekley, brad nurski, bubba watson, crump cup, maridoe, mid-am golf, pga tour, scott harvey, skip berkmeyer, usga
Our guest this week is Brad Nurski from St. Joseph, Missouri. One of the best Mid-Ams in the state over the last 20 years that surprisingly calls Skip Berkmeyer his friend. Seriously! We spoke about his pro days playing the mini-tours in the panhandle of Florida and some of the most rewarding times of his golf career competing against the best in the country.
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!
May 16th, 2019 | 51 mins
amateur golf, cdga, college golf, crump cup, john peterson, pine valley, scott harvey, todd mitchell, us four ball, usga, yankees
Our guest this week is Todd Mitchell from Bloomington, Illinois. Todd has found great success on the national amateur level through his participation in marquee events like The Coleman Invitational and The Crump Cup at Pine Valley. The 2008 U.S. Mid-Amateur finalist also likes to pair up with previous guest, Scott Harvey, at the U.S. Four-Ball. Great conversation about amateurism, cold weather golf, and his previous career as a professional baseball player!
June 27th, 2018 | 57 mins 17 secs
crump cup, eugene elliott, gene elliott, golf, iowa, mike mccoy, usga
Our very special guest this week is Gene Elliott. After winning the George C. Thomas Invitational in Los Angeles recently, Gene is now the #1 Ranked Senior Amateur in the country! Gene shared some great stories from amazing Iowa Hall of Fame career, working with Harmon and Leadbetter, and his 29 USGA appearances!