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In the second of two episodes with Brian Oar, the golf photographer takes the “Talking GolfGetaways” Emergency 9 golf-travel questionnaire, with answers ranging from Scotland to Nebraska to San Diego, plus conversations about Nexbelt, golfing with you children and the best golf-course photo he’s ever taken.
Golf photographer Brian Oar visits the “Talking GolfGetaways” podcast to discuss shooting photos — and vacationing — at Quivira, the Jack Nicklaus golf project in Los Cabos, Mexico, next door to the Pueblo Bonito Pacific Resort.
FOX Sports golf personality Shane Bacon joins “Talking GolfGetaways” co-hosts Darin Bunch and Mitch Laurance to discuss a recent visit to The Resort at Pelican Hill in Southern California, home to 36 holes of Tom Fazio-designed golf plus an amazing array of amenities, food-and-beverage options and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding coastline.
GolfGetaways Course Ratings Editor Eric Hart joins “Talking GolfGetaways” to discuss his list of Top 50 Golf Courses You Can Play in America with co-hosts Mitch Laurance and Darin Bunch, including a defense of some of his more controversial selections.
Tobacco Road co-owner returns for the final episode of “Talking GolfGetaways” podcast’s three-part series on Tobacco Road and Mike Strantz, with his answers to our popular “Emergency 9” golf-travel questionnaire — including conversations about St. Andrews, Myrtle Beach, Pinehurst and whether a flask should be considered a crucial piece of golf equipment.
Co-owner Mark Stewart joins “Talking GolfGetaways” for the second of three episodes to talk about Tobacco Road Golf Course, one of the favorite courses on the planet for hosts Darin Bunch and Mitch Laurance. Stewart explains individual holes, conveys the fun of playing this Mike Strantz design, talks about how the family mining business helped create the interesting terrain on which this Pinehurst-area gem was built and tells a few stories about memorable moments on the golf course — including two very big numbers for Mitch and Darin over the years.
Tobacco Road golf architect Mike Strantz is at the forefront of this “Talking GolfGetaways” episode with Mark Stewart, co-owner of the highly-acclaimed golf course in the Pinehurst area of North Carolina. Stewart recounts working with the iconoclastic course designer on “The Road” as he discusses with hosts Mitch Laurance and Darin Bunch the visual philosophy that went into each of Strantz’ creations.
Snapchat travel guru Drew Binksy dives into the Emergency 9 on this episode of “Talking GolfGetaways” discussing golf everywhere from Vietnam to Korea to South Africa and some of the absolutely insane things he’s eaten while exploring the planet and nearly 100 countries.
Hardcore world traveler and golfer Drew Binksy takes a few minutes to join “Talking GolfGetaways” for a wide-ranging conversation about golf in some of the world’s most extreme locations, plus the gold-medal experience at the 2016 Olympics, craziest golf course he’s ever played and more.