Joe House is joined by a rotating cast of Ringer and golf-world personalities to break down the latest in golf headlines and news from social media, keep up with everything Tiger Woods, and delve into the world of golf gambling. Welcome to Fairway Rollin’!
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Joe House is joined by Alan Shipnuck of Golf.com and Golf Magazine for a bonus episode to break down his experience from the players locker room at Augusta National (2:00). Then, The Ringer’s Megan Schuster joins the program to discuss everyone's reactions to Tiger’s historic weekend, break down Phil Mickelson’s mid-Masters Instagram video, and make some picks for the rest of Tiger’s season (43:50).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by The Ringer’s Bill Simmons for an immediate reaction to Tiger’s legendary win at the Masters (2:30), then Chris Vernon calls in to discuss all things Tiger Woods, including how his victory will impact golf, the moment they knew he was going to win, and his experience playing a factor in his final round (41:00).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by 15th Club’s Justin Ray to crunch the numbers on what history has told us about past Masters winners, list the most important categories for success at Augusta, and offers his winning pick (3:35). Then Golf Digest’s Joel Beall stops by to offer some juicy Masters prop bets (56:35) before Harry Gagnon joins to offer his final pick of the week (72:15).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by Alan Shipnuck of Golf.com and Golf Magazine to discuss his recent story on Patrick Reed, and his thoughts on some of the top players' chances this weekend, including those of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, and Justin Rose (4:30). Then The Ringer’s Megan Schuster drops in for another week of Golf Social to cover Phil Mickelson's Instagram shade on Tiger Woods, Patrick Reed’s hearty Champions dinner, and Jordan Spieth’s Masters mind-set (44:30) before Chris Vernon drops by to discuss how he is feeling about Tiger Woods this weekend and to offer his Masters pick of the week (65:15).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by Chris Vernon to recap the WGC-Dell Match Play event and the Matt Kuchar–Sergio Garcia putt controversy before covering this week's news in Tiger Woods (1:45). Then Harry Gagnon joins the program to talk about his world-record-breaking gambling attempt and to offer some early Masters bets (21:00) before The Ringer’s Megan Schuster stops by to cover Phil Mickelson’s clap back at country star Jake Owen and forecast players' clothing choices for The Masters (38:00).
Host: Joe House
Guest: Chris Vernon, Harry Gagnon, Megan Schuster
Joe House is joined by Chris Vernon to discuss this week’s Tiger Woods news and the new course at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play event, and then later offers his top four picks for the weekend (3:00). Then The Ringer’s Megan Schuster drops by to hit the panic button on Patrick Reed’s swing, marvel at Phil Mickelson’s calves, and highlight the spiciest matchups in the Match Play event (44:00).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by Chris Vernon to talk about betting regrets from the Players Championship, Brooks Koepka’s diet, and picks for the Valspar Championship (2:10). Then the Ringer’s Megan Schuster stops by to discuss why this year's Players Championship was great for golf, the young golfers she is illogically confident in, and the sauciest moments from the weekend (34:45).
Host: Joe House
Fresh off his win at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Frankie Molinari joins the show to talk about his world-class performance over the weekend, his exciting finish on the 18th hole, and who he would bet on at the 2019 Players Championship (1:55). Then Megan Schuster drops by to weigh in on Charley Hoffman, Tiger Woods's new look, and Phil Mickelson, the meme machine (17:15) before Chris Vernon joins to talk about their bets from last week, Tiger's neck injury, and odds for the Players Championship (33:50).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by U.S. Open executive producer Mark Loomis to discuss playing on the Seminole Pro-Member, the USGA’s new flagstick rule, and what’s in store for the 2019 U.S. Open (2:30) before Megan Schuster joins to break down the PGA Tour players–USGA Twitter beef as well as Brooks Koepka’s gym routine (30:00). Finally Chris Vernon stops by to discuss Tiger Woods’s neck injury and offers his picks for the Arnold Palmer Invitational (49:55).
Host: Joe House
Joe House is joined by Ringer golf correspondent Nathan Hubbard to talk about his brother Mark Hubbard’s first win on the Web.com Tour as well as J.B. Holmes's first-place finish at the Genesis Open (2:40). Then, The Ringer’s Megan Schuster stops by to discuss the slow-play epidemic, old guys outplaying the young guys, and her current confidence in Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, and Justin Thomas on this week's Golf Social (24:45). Finally, Harry Gagnon joins to offer up his picks for the WGC-Mexico Championship (38:45).
Guests: Nathan Hubbard, Megan Schuster, and Harry Gagnon
Joe House is joined by Chris Vernon to discuss this week’s news in Tiger Woods, including a prediction of his performance this weekend (3:00). Then The Ringer’s Megan Schuster joins to talk about Phil Mickelson’s win at Pebble Beach, Brooks Koepka’s criticism of game play speed, and Woods playing host at the Celebrity Cup on this week’s edition of Golf Social (22:00). Finally, Harry Gagnon stops by to offer his picks for the Genesis Open (47:00).
Guests: Chris Vernon, Megan Schuster, and Harry Gagnon
Welcome to Fairway Rollin’! Joe House is joined by The Ringer’s Megan Schuster to cover the headlines from around the golf world including the Jordan Spieth–Patrick Reed reconciliation hug (5:30). Then CBS sportscaster and Callaway emissary Amanda Balionis stops by to discuss the results of the unofficial-official first real tournament of the season, the Farmers Insurance Open (22:00), and Chris Vernon keeps it rollin’ to grade Tiger Woods’s weekend performance and preview the Waste Management Phoenix Open (46:20).
Guests: Megan Schuster, Amanda Balionis, and Chris Vernon
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House recap an uneventful 2018 Ryder Cup including NBC’s coverage of the event (1:00), Europe’s domination (9:11), and the controversy around Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth (31:51).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House get together to recap Tiger’s win at the 2018 PGA Tour Championship in Atlanta (2:00) before going over some prop bets for the 2018 Ryder Cup (35:00).
The Ringer's Joe House calls into 'The Bill Simmons Podcast' to react to Tiger Woods's Tour Championship victory.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House catch up on the big golf stories of the last month, including Tiger Woods's overall performance (02:00) and the Ryder Cup roster announcements (13:00). Then they call Golf Magazine senior writer and host of the Golf.com podcast Alan Shipnuck to discuss the unusual story of Bryson DeChambeau (23:15), the Ryder Cup's international battle of age groups (39:30), and breaking the news of "The Match" between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson (48:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House recap the major win that almost was for Tiger Woods (2:00), chat about Brooks Koepka’s rise to excellence (13:00), and review the performances—good and bad—of some other notable players in the tournament (31:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House look ahead to the PGA Championship at Bellerive and run through the field, giving their predictions and analysis (01:00). Later, they further discuss prop bets, Tiger's chances to win, and their thoughts on the PGA’s broadcast rights (27:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House look ahead to the World Golf Championship–Bridgestone Invitational and say goodbye to the Firestone Country Club (5:30). Then they predict who will make the Ryder Cup team for the United States (15:15), and Joe House reveals a trend about past winners of the PGA Championship (27:15).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House look back on an exhaustingly entertaining weekend at the Open Championship (02:00), the most pivotal moments in Tiger Woods's and Francesco Molinari's final rounds (07:30), the delightful pace of play and demanding course conditions of Carnoustie (24:30), Xander Schauffele's toddler problem (33:30), and more!
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House link up to discuss Tiger Woods's day at the Open Championship (02:00) as well as how Sergio García, Brooks Koepka, and the rest of the field fared (17:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down all things Open Championship, including their picks for who will win (11:49), comparisons between Gullane and Hoylake (34:12), and players to keep an eye on throughout the tournament (45:20).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson potentially facing off for $10 million (02:42) and preview the Scottish Open (22:27) before Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan joins to talk about his experience growing up with golf (41:32).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down Brooks Koepka winning his second straight U.S. Open (02:15), the difficult nature of the course (17:50), Phil Mickelson’s abuse of the rules (34:40), and Fox’s broadcast of the tournament (51:30).
Joe House and Geoff Shackelford link up to discuss the carnage from round one of the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills (2:30) and make some predictions for who’s going to pull ahead to win (25:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House link up at Shinnecock Hills in Long Island to give a major preview of the U.S. Open. They talk about the conditions at the course (01:45), their predictions for the event (17:15), and how the USGA ditching the 18-hole playoff will affect the tournament (31:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House link up to talk about Bryson DeChambeau’s big win at the Memorial Tournament (4:33), Tiger Woods’s hit-or-miss performance this week (11:25), and their big predictions for the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills coming up later this month (36:40).
Joe House and Geoff Shackelford connect to the recap Webb Simpson’s big win at the Players Championship and discuss Tiger Woods’s growing confidence (2:26). Then they break down what the Supreme Court’s new ruling on sports betting means for golf (34:24). Finally, Shackelford reports from Trinity Forest Golf Club to preview the new home of the AT&T Byron Nelson (46:25).
Joe House and Geoff Shackelford link up in sunny Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, to recap the Wells Fargo Championship (02:00) before looking ahead to this week's Players Championship (20:30) and making predictions for the biggest non-major tournament of the year (39:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House check in on the world of golf post-Masters (3:49). Then, they connect with 'Bon Appetit' editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport to talk about the food scene in New Orleans (25:11) and what to eat before, during, and after a round of golf (37:03). Finally, the guys look ahead to the Zurich Classic and make some predictions for the event (64:35).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House share their reactions to Patrick Reed winning the Masters (02:00) and break down a disappointing showing (for them) from Rory Mcllroy (06:30). Then they discuss the highs and lows from the tournament (28:30) and give their early picks for the U.S. Open (55:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss what it's been like on the ground in Augusta so far (1:49), Tony Finau's dislocated ankle (5:32), how watching Tiger Woods today was just like old times (7:38), and why Sergio Garcia's performance has him in hot water (15:09).
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Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down all things Masters this week, starting with lesser-known Augusta National facts (03:10) and whom they like and don’t like heading into the tournament (10:00). Then they discuss their favorite props for the big event (42:45).
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Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down Bubba Watson winning Match Play in Austin (01:30) and discuss who their favorites are to win the Masters (13:00). Then they look ahead and preview the Houston Open (38:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down Rory McIlroy getting harassed (5:42) and Tiger Woods's performance at at the Arnold Palmer Invitational (24:22) and then look ahead to the Masters (42:49).
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Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Tiger Woods's second-place finish at the Valspar Championship (2:56) and how the rest of the field fared this weekend (9:19). Then the guys are joined by NBC's Mike Tirico to talk food at the 2018 Winter Olympics (24:44) and the "old guy" element at the Masters (27:39). Also, stay tuned until the end to hear about how you can enter ShackHouse’s latest contest, "Knock off the Rust," and win a couple of great Callaway prizes (51:52).
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On an emergency edition of 'ShackHouse,' Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Phil Mickelson’s breakthrough win at the WGC-Mexico Championship (2:13), USGA’s new report on driving distances (17:21), and the news that Tiger Woods will play the Valspar Championship (28:20).
The Ringer’s Joe House and Geoff Shackelford recap the Genesis Open (01:10) and talk about how difficult its 10th hole is (06:30). Then they discuss the confidence present in Bubba Watson’s game (14:40) before breaking down Tiger Woods’s performance (26:10).
On this week’s show, The Ringer’s Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss a fairly lackluster AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am finish (2:09), an incredible field in the upcoming Genesis Open at Riviera (36:08), and Tiger Woods prop bets (14:32). The guys are then joined by 'Bachelor' host Chris Harrison just minutes after he played this week’s Pebble Beach Pro-Am (45:57).
The Ringer’s Joe House and Geoff Shackelford review the Farmer Insurance Open (2:15), discuss JB Holmes’s slow play (13:20), celebrate the much-anticipated return of Tiger Woods to the PGA (34:10), and preview the Waste Management Open (44:20).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford kick off the third season of 'ShackHouse' by discussing the exciting return of Tiger Woods (2:00) and sharing what they are most looking forward to in 2018 (13:00), including specific players and courses (16:00). Then, House reports live from the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando (25:40), Shackelford recounts Tiger Woods’s press conference from the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines (37:20), and the pair look forward to the competition of the tournament (46:20).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford come to you live from the Links at Petco Park to discuss the President's Cup (04:30), a Tiger Woods sighting (09:15), and to give out awards for the PGA Tour (15:00). Then Chris Solomon from the 'No Laying Up' podcast joins the show (31:30) before Shack and House wrap up the season with What We Don't Want to Talk About (49:00).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss the benefits of having a tournament near New York City (02:00), the pairings in the Presidents Cup (12:00), and the latest on the FedEx Cup playoffs (20:00). Then they hit on the World Golf Hall of Fame inductions (30:00) and give out some of their favorite odds for the upcoming tournament (39:00).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss the lack of interest in the FedEx Cup chase (02:45) and ways to improve the playoff (08:45). Then, they dive into the history of East Lake Golf Club (20:00) and go through some of their favorite odds for the event (27:00). Finally, they wrap up the show with "What We Don't Want to Talk About" (32:00).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford break down Dustin Johnson's come-from-behind win this weekend in The Northern Trust (02:00), frustrating elements of the Glen Oaks Club (05:030), why Jordan Spieth can't seem to close out tournaments (08:00), and leaked pictures of Tiger Woods (20:00). Then, House has a conversation with Malcolm Gladwell about his episode of 'Revisionist History' that examined private golf courses in Los Angeles (31:30).
The Ringer’s Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss Justin Thomas’s triumph in the PGA Championship (3:00), the players’ dislike for Quail Hollow Club (11:30), how Thomas’s win affects the Player of the Year race (20:30), the possible connection between Rory McIlroy’s equipment change and his latest injury (23:35), Charlotte as a great golf city (29:40), and CBS/TNT’s technical difficulties (34:30).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss Steph Curry's Web.com Tour performance (05:00), Jordan Spieth's shot at history (14:00), and their picks for the PGA Championship (27:00). Then, they are joined by reporter Amanda Balionis, of Callaway, CBS, and TNT, to discuss the Smart Cart (38:00), how the use of statistics is helping viewers understand the game (46:00), and dark-horse players to watch (55:00).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss the continued debate over Jordan Spieth's memorable shot at the Open Championship (02:30), the controversy at the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship (09:00), Rory McIlroy firing his caddy (23:15), and their favorites for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (30:15). They wrap up by pitching a few ideas on how to improve Olympic golf (34:30).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss Jordan Spieth's third major title (01:00), the incredible 30-minute bogey (03:00), "the Forrest Gump of the golf world" (17:30), Matt Kuchar's putting (21:00), Branden Grace's new record (27:30), R&A conspiracy theories (31:00), and the telecast on NBC (40:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House get together for a special pop-up pod to discuss impressive performances from the first round of the Open Championship (01:00), the keys to Jordan Spieth's calm demeanor (03:30), the surprising weather (12:30), Rory and Ricky (15:45), the coverage (20:15), and the players to watch going forward (26:00).
The Ringer's Joe House and Geoff Shackelford discuss the Royal Birkdale Golf Club (07:45), the difficulty of the course (12:30), and prestigious winners from the past (13:45). They wrap up with some predictions (22:45).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss the Travelers Championship's dramatic conclusion and Jordan Spieth's cinematic reaction (2:013), Rory McIlroy's putter issues (17:00), and the recent separation of Phil Mickelson and his longtime caddy, Jim “Bones” Mackay (27:09). Later, 'ShackHouse' examines Malcolm Gladwell's podcast, 'Revisionist History,' and its unfavorable take on the game of golf (36:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Brooks Koepka's first major championship (03:00), the unpredictable weather (08:00), the lack of rivalries (17:00), the pressure on the USGA (22:00), and Fox's coverage of the event (26:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House preview the U.S. Open with some notable tidbits from Wisconsin (03:00), the turbulent history of Erin Hills (07:30), Kevin Na's frustration with the fescue (09:30), the course's irritating bunkers (14:30), and their projected winners (20:00). Then, Mark Loomis of Fox Sports joins to talk about starting his career under Keith Jackson (40:00), the difficulty of this course (48:00), the evolution of golf television coverage (53:00), and more.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House get together for a special pre-preview of the U.S. Open to give out some early favorites for the tournament (01:30), as well as discuss Dustin Johnson missing the cut at the Memorial Tournament (08:00) and the sectional qualifier in Newport Beach (11:00). Then they bring on the executive director of the United States Golf Association, Mike Davis, to break down everything about Erin Hills, from how it was chosen (19:30) to the expected wind (48:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Tiger Woods's arrest (02:30), preview this week's Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio (13:30), and start to look at U.S. Open odds (27:00). Then they welcome Dean & Deluca champion Kevin Kisner, who talks about Colonial Country Club (38:15), his fitness regimen (41:00), and his golf cart privileges (47:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House preview THE PLAYERS Championship (03:00) and give their favorites to win the tournament (09:00). Then Tommy Roy of NBC Sports and The Golf Channel joins the show to talk about living in Ponte Vedra (18:00), his feelings on the alterations at TPC Sawgrass (21:00), and how technology has helped change producing golf events for television (29:00). Travis Fulton, former head pro at TPC Sawgrass and Golf Channel instructor, calls into the show to discuss the Junior Golf All-Access project (49:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House preview the upcoming Zurich Classic (3:00), discuss the future of golf broadcasting (24:35), and talk with new PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan (42:46).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Sergio García's big win at Augusta (03:00), Justin Rose's putting performance (15:00), the sudden-death playoff format (17:30), and the Masters television broadcast by CBS (34:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House finish watching the first day of the Masters and join up to discuss the Dustin Johnson fiasco (02:00), Charley Hoffman's round (06:00), Rory McIlroy's performance (09:00), the nasty wind on Thursday (13:30), and what to expect during Sunday's preshow coverage (24:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House gear up for the Masters at Augusta. They discuss the Drive, Chip, and Putt Championship (06:00); answer Twitter questions (24:30); and make their gambling picks and predictions (47:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House welcome four guests in one show, starting with Arnold Palmer Invitational winner Marc Leishman (02:00), then shifting to discussion of the upcoming WGC Match Play and Austin golf with Criquet Shirts cofounders Billy Nachman and Hobson Brown (18:30). Then they welcome Geoff’s dad, former UCLA basketball star Lynn Shackelford, to further discuss the Austin golf scene (34:00) and the 50th anniversary of his first NCAA championship (37:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss House’s golf trip to Florida (01:00) and the current Masters odds (03:00) before welcoming last week’s Valspar Championship winner and 59-shooter Adam Hadwin (10:15) and Golf Channel 'Morning Drive' host Gary Williams (25:00) to talk about the Arnold Palmer Invitational (31:30), March Madness (40:00), and golf in Florida (44:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Ricky Fowler's bizarre win at the Honda Classic (03:00), Johnny Miller's criticism (04:00), and the upcoming changes to the rules of golf (15:35). Then they welcome golf instructor/equipment reviewer/travel guru Mark Crossfield to share how he used honesty to build an online presence (24:00) and answer a few questions from the Callaway Community (27:00). To close out the show, Geoff and House preview the WGC-Mexico Championship (45:30).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss the conditions at Riviera Country Club for the Genesis Open (02:00), Jordan Spieth and the professional autograph seekers (12:00), and the end of the Tiger Woods bandwagon (15:15). Then John O'Donnell, founder of johnnie-O clothing, joins the show to discuss how he started the line (19:25), the invention of the "tweener" button (22:00), and the direction of golf fashion (32:25).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House analyze Tiger's painful performance at the Dubai Desert Classic (02:45), look at how CBS can fix the Pebble Beach Pro-Am (12:25), and name players to watch leading up to the Masters (21:05). Then they are joined by former NFL head coach Herm Edwards to discuss the Super Bowl (30:05), his first time golfing (35:10), and the trait that athletes from other sports most admire about golfers (39:10).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Jon Rahm’s victory at the Farmers Insurance Open (03 :00), Tiger’s performance in the tournament (14:15), golf-related Super Bowl prop bets (20:40), and the value of rivalries (26:15). They wrap up by picking their favorites for the Waste Management Phoenix Open (38:05).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss the start of the golf season (01:18), Tiger at Torrey (02:30), the condition of the course (04:10), Costco's new golf ball (28:06), and the not-so-enticing odds for the Farmers Insurance Open (40:05).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House grade Tiger’s return and discuss what that will mean for 2017. Then they welcome guest Harold Varner III, winner of last week’s Australian PGA.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss the Ryder Cup, Tiger Woods's vice captaincy (25:50), and the memorial service for Arnold Palmer (37:03).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House preview the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine. Then, Bill Simmons joins to discuss Tiger's absence from the roster and Spieth's confidence. Finally, Golf World writer Dave Shedloski discusses Arnold Palmer’s immense legacy.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Dustin Johnson's performance at the BMW Championship, Ryder Cup strategy with NBC's Dan Hicks, and the impending return of Tiger Woods.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss the FedEx Cup playoffs and who's in and who's out for Ryder Cup captain's picks. Then, Ted Bishop (25:00) former PGA of America president and author of ‘Unfriended,’ joins ‘ShackHouse’ to discuss Davis Love and the 2016 Ryder Cup.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss the positive turnout for the Olympic men's event, Justin Rose's impressive victory, and whether a new format needs to be put in place before the 2020 games. Then, Spain's top golfer, Azahara Muñoz, joins (36:00) to preview the women's tournament, set for this weekend in Rio. Finally, the guys wrap with Ryder Cup scenarios and Shackelford's stroll with Matthew McConaughey on the course.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Jim Furyk's historic round of 58 and the Ryder Cup implications (10:00). Geoff gives his firsthand account of Rio and who to watch out for on the men's side (22:00). Then, golf course architect for the 2016 Olympic Games Gil Hanse joins to outline who his course favors (27:00) and the process behind preparing for golf's return to the games. Finally, House and Geoff wrap-up with their picks for the week and sleepers to keep an eye on (48:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss deserving PGA champion Jimmy Walker (6:00), the PGA of America's series of mishaps (17:00), the bright spots from the telecast (24:00), the PGA Championship's identity crisis (33:00), and Ryder Cup roster implications (40:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House outline their predictions for the PGA Championship (5:00), including their thoughts on Phil Mickelson (10:30), and give background on the great course designer A.W. Tillinghast (25:30). On the second half of the show, they welcome CBS's Jim Nantz to talk about the narrative of the new big three, and the notion of a "call" in golf (36:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House break down Henrik Stenson's win over Phil Mickelson at “The Open,” Billy Horschel’s backward cap, and Trump phoning Shackelford directly! Plus, Ru Macdonald comes on to discuss Scottish golf tourism. http://scottishgolfpodcast.com/
Geoff Shackelford brings us coverage from the rolling dunes of Scotland and discusses the British Open with Joe House, with a preview of course conditions at the venerable Troon. The guys also cover Brittany Lang's unexpected win and the USGA's continuing luck with golf replays. In the second half of the show, special guest Mike Tirico stops by, and the hosts offer early views on Open wagers in a speed round.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House recap the Quicken Loans National, including Billy Hurley’s incredible win and the resurgence of Vijay and Ernie at Congressional. Then, they discuss who's in and who’s out for Rio 2016 and the lingering bad taste from the U.S. Open. Finally, fifth-ranked player in the world Henrik Stenson drops by the ShackHouse to talk golf in his 40s, the Open Championship, and why he’s looking forward to the Olympics.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Dustin Johnson's first major victory (6:00), the USGA's interference in gameplay (17:00), and Fox's broadcast over the weekend (42:00).
Geoff Shackelford is live from Oakmont talking to Joe House about what to expect from this week (2:00), and their favorite bets for the U.S. Open (22:00). Then Ringer editor-at-large Bryan Curtis joins the show to discuss Joe Buck hosting this year's TV broadcast (49:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House on the weather-delayed weekend at Memorial, Tiger Woods's new book, and the Donald Trump-PGA Tour fallout at Doral. Then, 2003 U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk joins (23:00) to discuss his prep for this year's U.S. Open at Oakmont and his plans for the Ryder Cup this fall.
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House on Jordan Spieth's win at Colonial and what to expect at the Memorial tournament (9:00). Then Golf World editor Jaime Diaz on Tiger's career (20:00), Dustin Johnson's window (32:00), and Jack Nicklaus and Johnny Miller's relationship (37:00).
Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discuss Jason Day's wire-to-wire win at TPC Sawgrass, the "big three" of the tour, and Donald Trump vs. the PGA Tour.
Geoff and House break down the talented field in Ponte Vedra Beach, Jordan Spieth's focus on growing his brand (16:00), and possible improvements for TPC Sawgrass (36:00). Then they make picks and name possible sleepers to seal up a win this weekend.
12th ranked professional golfer in the world Patrick Reed joins ShackHouse to talk about playing in the Olympics, preparation for Oakmont, his favorite city to eat in, and his near win at the Valero Texas Open.
Geoff and House recap Danny Willett's Masters win, Jordan Spieth's collapse, CBS's telecast miscues, and House's Masters menu.
House and Shackelford are joined by Bill Simmons to break down the state of Tiger Woods's career, favorable Masters odds (16:00), and Mickelson's moment in Augusta. Then, House and Shackelford list their "greenroom guys" to watch this week (31:00), map out the best prop bets (40:00), and wrap up with a Masters-inspired Speed Round.
Geoff and House recap the WGC-Dell Match Play at Austin Country Club, reflect on PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem's career, look forward to PGA Tour future possibilities, discuss Phil Mickelson's Masters odds, and wrap up with a speed round.
The Ringer's inaugural golf podcast tees off with Geoff Shackelford and Joe House discussing the 2016 PGA Tour season, the importance of WGC events, Master's odds, and more from the links.
Introducing The Ringer’s new golf podcast, ‘ShackHouse.’