The LINKS Golf Podcast is hosted by Ian Critser and Graylyn Loomis, both passionate golfers and members of the LINKS staff. The podcast discusses a wide range of topics pertaining to golf travel, course reviews, interviews with leaders of the game, and more.
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In the first episode of the LINKS Golf Podcast, we dive into a recent trip that Graylyn took to a golf-rich part of the UK after a strong recommendation from Tom Doak.
In the second episode of the LINKS Golf Podcast, we explore the best way to fly with your golf clubs. It’s a topic that gets too little thought and Graylyn and Ian dive into their past experiences—both good and bad.
In this episode, we give thought to this very important question that was posed in the cover story of our Winter 2018 issue, The Next Era. We discuss how golf travel has evolved over time and how golf course architecture has changed alongside it.
In this episode, Graylyn takes us through a recent California road trip during which he played several public courses at varying price points between San Francisco and the Monterey Peninsula.
In this episode, we break down the seemingly daunting task of planning a Scottish golf trip. Ian, who has never played golf in Scotland, assumes the role of interviewer for Graylyn, who is an expert on all things Scottish golf.
In this episode, we speak with our friend and LINKS editor George Peper. We talk about his column in our Fall 2018 issue, which is about him playing his 750th golf course—an astounding milestone, even by George’s standards.
In this episode, Ian tells us about a recent trip to New York where he played Shinnecock Hills and Sleepy Hollow Country Club. The hosts also swap travel tips, including where to stay, how to get around, and dos and don’ts of golf in greater New York City.