Smokin Joe and Matt Musil give you the best hour of golf talk around with great interviews, golf insight, and hot takes about everything going on in the golfing world.
Mary Kay Willson joins Smokin Joe and Mulligan Matt on the Driving Range this morning. She is the Tournament Director for the Els for Autism Golf Challenge, the world’s largest charity golf series, raising over $5 million in three years to benefit the development of the Els Center for Excellence.
The tournament is at Redstone Tournament Course Friday Sept 6.
The PGA Chief Championship Officer, Kerry Haigh, called into the driving range this morning to visit with Smokin’ Joe and Mulligan Matt. Learn about the locations, final rounds, rules, how courses get chosen and more from the main guy. If you like golf you’ll certainly find this interesting.
The Southern Am is happening this weekend in Houston. Get the latest from the head honcho at the tourney with Smokin Joe and Mulligan Matt.
The voice of the Texans and former Sports Radio 610 morning drive co-host called in to talk Texans with Joe and Mark this morning. Marc is a big golfer too and the guys shared tips on getting young kids involved in the game.
Tyson Stittleburg called into the show to talk about the Quail Valley Golf Course. To learn more about the Quail Valley Golf Course listen here. Mobile device users may click here to listen to the […]
Betsy Harris of the EWGA joins Smokin’ Joe to talk about women in golf.
Man Bites Dog! Bruce Kraig author of “Man Bites Dog: Hotdog Culture In America” calls in to talk to Smokin Joe and Mulligan Matt. With Memorial Day cook-offs right around the corner you can impress the ladies with your knowledge of the wiener!
Learn more about the Rob Roy Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit the sudden infant death syndrome charity Birdies FORE Safe Sleep and catch up with NBC’s golf anchor Dan Hicks.
Nick Sherburne, one of Club Champion’s co-founders and the master club fitter for the company, stopped by to visit with Joe and Matt. Find out about the new business here in town and exactly why you need to have your clubs master fitted to your personal needs.