Month: February 2018

Andy Johnson (@the_fried_egg) is the founder of The Fried Egg, where he covers professional and amateur golf as well as golf course architecture. Andy and host Kyle Surlow discuss Andy’s past year as the Fried Egg has grown, writing versusREAD MORE

Finally, we are one. When the new World Handicap System, scheduled to go into effect in two years, was announced last week, it was just another example that golf’s ruling bodies across the world understand the importance of encouraging peopleREAD MORE

This past weekend, host Kyle Surlow (@ksurlow) participated in the 48th Big Squaw Valley Invitational in Lake County, California, where golf returns to its most basic forms. No green grass, no manicured playing conditions, PVC pipes for flagsticks and justREAD MORE

News item: Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald teams with Kevin Streelman to win the pro-am portion of the AT&T by seven shots: … After playing virtually every day since the end of the football season. … After entering theREAD MORE

Up-and-coming golf course architect Brett Hochstein (@hochsteindesign) joins host Kyle Surlow to discuss how to build a low-maintenance golf course, the benefits of links golf and what goes in to building a bunker. Before that, Kyle recounts Ted Potter’s victoryREAD MORE

Up-and-coming golf course designer Brett Hochstein (@hochsteindesign) joins host Kyle Surlow to discuss his background as a golf course designer, how he learned how to operate a bulldozer and excavator, being named one of Matt Ginella’s best young architects, andREAD MORE

I hung out with 191,000 close friends last week. We could have fit a lot more. It was the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a tournament that regularly draws six-figure crowds to TPC Scottsdale. I went thereREAD MORE