We found 4 episodes of The Firm & Fast Golf Podcast with the tag “golf history”.
Episode 12: The Long Golden Afternoon - Golf’s Age of Glory - 1864 - 1914
June 2nd, 2022 | 1 hr 46 mins
golf history, home of golf, royal & ancient
Today we explore the days immediately after the death of young Tommy Morris - what and who were the main drivers and influencers that facilitated the transposition of the game of golf around the world during Golf's Age of Glory.
Episode 8: Jasper Miners from Evalu18.com
March 31st, 2022 | 2 hrs 7 mins
golden age, golf architecture, golf history
Jasper Miners from Evalu18.com joins us today to conduct a whistle stop tour through the first golden age of golf course architecture - how this period and its' protagonists transformed the penal Victorian school of architecture that characterised the first inland courses. We look at the importance of Low, Patton, Colt and Simpson and how they built a profession on the shoulders of the giants - Robertson, Morris, Taylor and Braid.
Episode 7: From Feathery to Forge with Roger McStravick
March 25th, 2022 | 1 hr 43 mins
golf, golf history, the home of golf
In this episode we explore some of the history of the modern game of golf, how through a modicum of good fortune, leadership and a supporting cast of extraordinary golfers, St Andrews became the home of golf. Its' influence then spread far and wide in developing the game of golf around the world.
Episode 4: Bradley S Klein
March 5th, 2022 | 2 hrs 16 mins
golf, golf course architecture, golf history
In this episode we are joined by Bradley Klein - caddy, writer, rater and golf course consultant for an informative and entertaining conversation on Donald Ross, Bull Shit Detectors, Architect Selection, Master Planning, Template Holes and Old Mac, Course Rating and much more.