Hosted by broadcaster Shane Bacon, Get a Grip is a golf-centric podcast making light of a rather stuffy sport with legitimate insight into the game. It’s essentially the public golf course of podcasts. The show will offer a look into the PGA Tour week in and week out and have some fun at both the players' and golf fans’ expenses.
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One of the best golf podcasts out there. Miss Max but still a great show
5 Star episode Shane. Being a rank amateur at the game, but one who really enjoys watching and appreciates Pro Golfers I find your Podcast to be an enjoyable and informative listen. You seem to have a natural rapport with the folks you talk to and interview. I’ve heard some of the podcasts you have done with Max Homa (congrats to him on his Fortinet title defense btw) which were really good. The recent episode with Aaron Beverly and Kamaiu Johnson and giving the APGA Tour a little light was grea... more
Really enjoy the podcast. Miss Max, but you can really tell Shane is trying to have guest from all corners of the golf world and showcase the positive things this game has to offer. Personally I’ve been trying to get better content on the APGA and the recent episode was a fantastic insight into some great players and even better people. Highly recommend for podcasts that fit both the golf geek and the general sports fan.
Can’t stand this infatuation with everyone saying “like” all the time. It was hard to listen to Claire (and I really like her!). Shane is much better. I feel his work with professional announcing has helped him tremendously. Love the show, though. Keep up the good work Shane.
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Get a Grip launched 3 years ago and published 118 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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