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The No Gimmes Podcast talks to professional golfers, teaching professionals, and innovators in the golfing world so they can share their story with you. The culture of golf is shifting, and I want this show to be your way of understanding where the game is headed by hearing it from the people who are influencing it the most. 

 

No Gimmes aims to sit down with people in golf to discuss everything from swing mechanics and love for the game, to pre round rituals to ensure good play on the course.

Jun 27, 2017

In this episode, Chris takes a look at the Presidio Golf Course in San Francisco and discusses two holes that are points of criticism on the back 9. After reading Tom Doaks, The Anatomy of a Golf Course, he was able to break down the psychology behind holes 12 and 17 and see what designer Robert Wood Johnstone...


Jun 21, 2017

Chris and Mike met in Colombia for the PGA Tour Latinoamerica stop in Medellin in 2016. Chris wanted to have Mike on the show to discuss the mindset behind going low, having fun in golf when its hard to, and balancing your game when your family is so involved in golf.

 

Mike is a fun loving dude who can absolutely play....


Jun 15, 2017

In this episode, Chris catches up with his good friend and first mentor in the golf world, Tom Isaak. Tom was Chris’ math teacher in high school and the two developed a golfing relationship early in Chris’ high school career. Throughout high school, Tom played an integral role in developing Chris’ game through...


Jun 13, 2017

This past weekend I had the privilege to play Chambers Bay Golf Links with Pat Koenig (ep. 16). In this episode I go over my thoughts on the golf course, the experience as a whole, and what I learned about golf course design. 

 

Thanks again to Pat Koenig for the local tour it was such a blast. 


Jun 5, 2017

Chris and Thomas sit down to discuss how to improve your game through in depth statistical analysis. Thomas is a believer in the strokes gained methodology to arm yourself with the correct information to become a better golfer. He uses a tool called anova.golf to keep all his statistics, check the website out for a free...