Help for Navigating a World of Golf Podcasts
Podcasts are all the rage right now. In 2018, “let’s start a podcast” is the equivalent of “let’s start a band/let’s make a viral video/let’s not die while crossing the continent on our way to settle the Wild West (I’m referring to the Oregon Trail video game of the early 90s, although I suppose teens and hip adults of the 1800s may have felt the same excitement about westward expansion as the current generation feels regarding podcasts.) While having a practically endless selection of podcasts at your disposal means there is never a shortage of audio options, having so many choices makes it far more difficult to choose where to begin your journey (your audio journey, not your journey across the Rockies en route to Oregon.) Team GLT gets it, and we’ve gone out of our way to make sure the GLT Golf Podcast stands apart from the field (the field of other golf podcast shows, not the fields you’ll have to cross on your way out West.)
I know what you’re thinking, “yeah, this dude claims the GLT Golf Podcast is different from other golf podcasts, but everyone says that… and why the #@^! is he talking about Oregon Trail so much?” You bring up good points, let me address those for you. What makes the GLT Golf podcast unique is its focus on relevant, scientifically-founded information, and the abilities of our hosts, GLT coaches Matthew Cooke, Iain Highfield and Arick Zeigel, to present the research-based information in as way that is informative, engaging, easy to understand and sometimes even humorous. As for why I keep mentioning Oregon Trail, have you played it?! It’s awesome. You can plan your trip, engage with people along the way, hunt for food, and die of everything from snake bites to dysentery… it’s basically like working at GLT Golf headquarters, but with less oxen.