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Sam & Bruce re-live some of the fun from Devon a few weeks ago where they played in the Silver medal (the oldest medal in English Golf) and The Kashmir Cup. 2 parts of a legendary week of golf played at Westward Ho! annually. This is a 2-part podcast with Sam & Bruce talking about the course specifically and trying to figure out why the links split…
 
On one of the hottest evenings of 2022, Sam went out to visit Church Stretton, playing with local member Cameron and his brother-in-law and ex-England cricketer James Taylor. Todays episode is with Sam & Tom discussing Church Stretton, and some of the truly jaw dropping land that this golf course is situated. Church Stretton is a simply marvellous …
 
All three of the squad get together for a brief catch and up and round off the fairly insane developments over recent weeks’ across LIV and the PGA tour. Elevated events, PIP driven pool of players, a barnstormer of a finish in Boston which seemed to pass without much fanfare and more…Di Cookie Jar Golf
 
We get back into the swing of course diaries this week. Sam visited Delamere Forest a few weeks back - located just south-west of Manchester - it’s a Fowler/Heathland classic. Delamere is a long way from the Surrey Sandbelt where you would usually expect to find a course of this ilk and it boasts some incredible elevation change, natural green site…
 
A big podcast milestone deserves a big announcement - we are recruiting for someone to join the team! Please head over to https://cookiejargolf.com/job-advert/ to find out more. In this episode we look back on 150 podcasts and evolution of the pod. This pod is a bit self-indulgent but we've thrown a few gaffe's for good measure, some awards as well…
 
Our podcast with Ian is the last from our time up in St Andrews at the Sounder clubhouse at The Scores Hotel. Sam is joined by fans favourite Dan Davies podding live and on stage. Ian's story about how he fell into caddying for Seve is a fascinating one, including some of the key events along the way (including the development of yardage books), Ry…
 
Another form the 150th week, we sat down with Lee Wybranski - golf artist & logo designer. We've been bouncing backwards and forwards for a while on when to record a pod, so it was great to get to do this in person at the Sounder Clubhouse, and his 150th commission certainly provides a great backdrop to the pod! We knew Lee was going to be a good g…
 
Whilst up in St Andrews, we hung out with Erik and his team and decided to record a podcast. Founder of Random Golf Club, Erik has enjoyed a relatively late start in the game of golf, but he's certainly made up for lost time! His adventures in golf have taken him to some of the most remote stretches of golfing land, including Israel, Iceland, Afric…
 
In our recent trip to St. Andrews, we met up with author Michael Morrison. Mike has just released his fourth book The Great English Golf Boom 1864 - 1914. Intriguing conclusions come through the book and a fascinating insight into the birth of the English Golf Club. If you are interested in purchasing this book you can email Mike on mike.morrison57…
 
Dan Davies pops by St. Andrews Jar HQ aka The Scores Hotel to discuss an article he helped pen about the greatest shot ever played at The Open with a little help from the data gurus over at Clippd. Check out the article and enjoy - https://www.clippd.com/post/the-greatest-open-shot
 
In a series of micro pods we are going to run live from St. Andrews at the 150th Open, we are here on the Monday and bumped into Wallasey Course Manager John Mcloughlin. John and Tom got talking about the condition of the course and there are not many people that would know more about course conditioning than John.…
 
Historian, writer and Herbert Warren-Wind shortlisted author Stephen Proctor joins the podcast this week to talk about the release of his second book - The Long Golden Afternoon. Charting the events around golfs ultimate boom period following the death of Young Tommy Morris right through to the advent of WWI, the book is a fascinating read to reall…
 
Another special guest joins the pod for his Eclectic 18... this week it's the turn of Richard Pennell. Someone who has grown up around the game and spent much of his career working at them - often at some of the mopst storied and historuc clubs in Surrey. Richard left his role at Woking last year to give himself more time to writer about the game h…
 
Amateur course architect, career golf writer and full time racontuer Dan Davies joined the podcast to talk about the founding of RNGC. England's latest and hotly anticipated new build course. Measuring just 510 yards, this 9 hole short course is shrinking the game! We caught up with Dan to chat about his career and what drove him to spend 11 months…
 
The boys are back together rounding out a hectic month. Too much time on the golf course and not enough time behind the mic’s! We celebrate Bruce’s 27th birthday, and reflect on a magical few days on the Kent coast for the Spring Meeting a few weeks back. More importantly though we look ahead to the 150th Open at St Andrew’s as well as the inaugura…
 
Course Diaries from Dunbar recorded in the hotel lobby of the Marine at North Berwick! That explains some of the subtle chill out music in the background or the occasional jangling of cutlery! We had a wonderful morning at a Renaissance with Jason & 2013 Scottish amateur champion Zander Culverwell, and felt compelled to talk about it!…
 
We sat down with Rob McGuirk - general manager at Prince’s golf club while we were in Kent for our Spring Meeting to talk about his career in the game, the evolution of Prince’s and of course his rather spicy Eclectic 18! Rob has a fascinating history with the game, growing up playing to a high standard, turning professional and competing for a liv…
 
Paul Craven is a man of many talents. A member of The Magic Circle, an industry leader on the subject of heuristics and behavioural science, and also one of the club's passionate archivists at Royal Cinque Ports (aka 'Deal). We sat down with him 42 minutes before the clubhouse closed when we were down in Kent last week to talk to him about the evol…
 
Tom sat down with Patrick Forbes from the Preferred Lie and Tim Lobb from Lobb and Partners to talk through Patrick's UK trip and his collaboration with Tim in the UK. Tim currently advises courses such as Woking, Worplesdon, West Hill & St. Georges Hill amount many others. He has a great knowledge on heathland golf courses and Patrick and the Pref…
 
We've been long time fans of Andy and his work over at The Fried Egg, and when it came to potential guests to do an Eclectic 18 with, we knew Andy would deliver! Tom & Sam catch up with Andy to hear about his course - all public, and all holes under 400 yards! Eclectic 18 - Andy Johnson #1 - Eagle Springs #2 - Old Macdonald #3 - Pinehurst (no. 2) #…
 
Tom & Bruce get the opportunity to sit down with Golf Channel presenter Cara Banks. Cara talks through her career in golf, starting with the early days at Golfing World and moving to America to host Morning Drive on the Golf Channel. Recording from Augusta, Cara chats through the ANWA and the upcoming Masters tournament.…
 
Co-founder of Sounder Golf, James Day joins Sam for a podcast about his Eclectic 18. The conversation is wide ranging; from turning pro at a young age, to becoming disenfranchised with the game in his early 20's, right through to his adventures in setting up Sounder Golf, and reviving the brand that was styled so brilliantly by Seve in the late 70'…
 
Sam, Tom & Bruce are joined by Harry to talk about their time at The Golf House Club at Elie. The excitement from their afternoon should tell you all you need to know about this beaut of a links in Fife. It’s a wide ranging discussion from an afternoon in the sun, complete with information about the course, the iconic periscope and of course the gr…
 
In this episode of the pod, Bruce and Sam sit down and chat to Peter Dawson, CBE about his career in golf. Peter served as Secretary and later Chief-Executive of the R&A from 1999-2015, a time of great change in the professional game as Tiger Woods became the iconic figure in our sport. We talk about Peter's own start in golf, the growth of The Ope…
 
Sam & Tom de-brief from their time at Appleby Golf Club. A course that Sam has long wanted to visit, and for Tom an opportunity that came at the last minute. We really enjoyed visiting Appleby - a standout example of sustainable golf in Britain, with views to die for, incredibly pure putting surfaces and some excellent holes. Next time you find you…
 
Tom and Bruce are delighted to welcome Ed Jenks to the pod as they unpack the drama that’s unfolded on the PGA Tour over the past couple of weeks. Since the Saudi International at Royal Greens, the rumour mill has been overdrive, with reports of more and more players committed to this breakaway league. But this week things reached fever pitch, in t…
 
We're proud to host our first guest episode from our Eclectic 18 series, with three-timer on the pod Richie Ramsay. Some great stories going back through the day making up his favourite 18 holes! Richie is a huge architecture buff, but even so he resisted the urge to pick solely on the basis of the holes, with many of them carrying special signific…
 
Our first instalment from 'Course Diaries' in 2022 comes from Royal County Down where Sam & Tom catch up with Dr Brian Fleming, one of the clubs' archivists and a long standing member who knows the evolution of the club and the course itself better than most. It's a fascinating story including the history behind many of the traditions that are stil…
 
Kick starting 2022 (albeit slightly later than hoped for) with a bang! A new series of podcasts we will be bringing you focussed on the concept of an eclectic 18. Whether it be the selection of holes on their architectural merit, places of significance or (like Sam) the holes you just seem to play well on - it certainly drives some debate! We kick …
 
The boys catch up to recap the high (and low) points of 2021! The best podcasts, memorable trips and what we learnt on the way! 2021 has been a blockbuster year for us and a huge thank you to anyone who has listened to our pod / watched our films and offered their own encouragement along the way! We can’t wait to make 2022 the best year yet…
 
Coinciding neatly with the recent release of the Sky Documentary about his win at The Belfry, we recorded an interview with Richard Bland. Without doubt one of the great stories of 2021! In May he picked up his maiden European Tour victory on the 478th time of asking, making him the oldest first time winner on tour which kick-started a truly brilli…
 
Sam & Tom, sleep deprived and still riding the crest of a wave from the last few days in London record a short podcast to recap the highlights from the Christmas Party, their visit to Rye as well as Tom's upcoming photoshoot for the new merchandise (some of which is now on the store, some of which is coming very soon). They also talk about a new so…
 
The closest we’ll get to a clickbait headline but it’s deserved! Tom & Sam are joined by Simon Holt & Sam Cooper to announce something really interesting about a website golfers all over the world will know and love! Simon Holt has played all courses in the Global Top 100 list and Sam Cooper for the last 18 months has been circumnavigating England,…
 
Bruce, Sam & Tom go for a short sharp 30 minutes on some of the latest headlines over the last week. They’re all moving the needle - shirt rips, Tiger’s comeback, The hotly anticipated ‘Match’ between Bryson and Brooks as well as Phil’s commentary! We also talk about the latest news on the SGL ahead of the Saudi International in Feb next year.…
 
Following the recent release of the documentary to mark ten years since his tragic death, Bruce & Sam speak to friend of the Jar - David Cannon - to talk about the Seve. It was great to catch up with David, a close friend and someone who captured some of the most iconic images of Seve throughout his career, about his life and legacy.…
 
Announcements of the new DP World Tour, the SGL, PGL, a PGA rebuttal, removal of green reading books and more. It’s been a few weeks since we all caught up so we wanted to discuss the latest news. Usually aiming for a ‘short-sharp 25 mins’…. This podcast got away from us.Di Cookie Jar Golf
 
A guest we’ve been excited to have on for ages, Geoff needs little introduction. We wanted to hear about Geoff’s route in to golf, how his passion has evolved and where his views may stem from, as well as talking about the crossroads the game is currently at with pace of play, sustainability, the professional ranks and of course - the distance deba…
 
Tom & Bruce get together with Faldo Series Director Matt Faldo and Keith Wood; Director of Instruction for the Faldo Series. Matt & Keith talk through the formation of the Faldo series, along with some of its success stories over the last 25 years, and the future of the series moving forward.Di Cookie Jar Golf
 
Tom & Sam catch up with Zac to hear about his latest trip to the south of England playing some of the famous Surrey heathlands as well as the links of the South Coast. It was really interesting to hear about The Tree Farm and the work of Tom Doak & Kye Goalby as the project approaches the build phase. It was a heavyweight itinerary (including Sunni…
 
Tom & Sam wax lyrical about their trip to Northern Ireland. Starting with Royal County Down, a visit to Royal Portrush, and two cracking 9 hole course - Bushfoot & The Bann course at Castlerock… it was a great trip and a great insight into what Ireland in general has to offer. From ‘underlining’ to Hall & Oates on the course - it’s all in here…
 
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