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The Knee High Drop Golf Podcast
46 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
Ep 7: PGA Tour's return and Bryson DeChambeau with Richard McEvoy
European Tour winner Richard McEvoy jumps on the phone with Harvey to discuss the 24-year-old Bryson DeChambeau he beat at the 2018 European Open compared to the 240 pound Bryson we saw at Colonial. Richard also talks about his first win in 17 years as a professional and touches on the distance debate. Also, The Knee High Drop podcast has a new voice which you'll hear each week conversing about golf's biggest stories, in Cal, Harvey's friend of 9 years and the world's biggest Jordan Spieth fan.Editor's note: One of fav episodes so far, stay tuned for way more!
55 minutes | May 28, 2020
Ep 6: Barry Lane on the European Tour in the 80s
There's not much Barry Lane hasn't seen in golf, he started the game at 14, went on to beat Seve Ballesteros and played in golf's pinnacle, the Ryder Cup. He joins Harvey on the phone from Sweden to tell all, reminiscing about the 'golden days' of the European Tour in the late 80s, player pranks, beating the likes of Seve, Langer, Lyle, Stewart, Irwin, Woosnam, winning across the last four decades, the 1993 Ryder Cup, having the third most appearances on the European Tour, speed golf in Japan and even Jesper Parnevik's car boot.
47 minutes | May 17, 2020
Ep 5: Golf's new gender equal tour with Chris Hanson
European Tour player Chris Hanson joins Harvey on the week that golf courses in England re-open after lockdown. He talks us through setting up his own gender-equal golf tour, the 2020 Pro Tour, where men and women play for equal money and how they will run tournaments in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. Chris also tells stories from his days battling for a European Tour card, the greatest piece of sportsmanship he's witnessed in golf and hitting his worst golf shot in front of Padraig Harrington.
40 minutes | May 7, 2020
Ep 4: Jack Singh Brar on keeping your tour card
Jack Singh Brar has had a glittering amateur career, experienced triumph on the Challenge Tour and burst onto the European Tour all in a short space of time, he joins Harvey this week to tell all. He talks about the trials and tribulations of trying to keep his tour card in his debut 2019 season on the European Tour, which all came down to one 12ft putt on the 72nd hole in Portugal. He also takes us through competing in 14 countries in one year, the actual advantage longer hitters have on tour, playing with Eddie Pepperell, working with Anthony wall and so much more.
37 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
Ep 3: When your golf season is cancelled with Richard Mansell
Richard Mansell jumps on the phone with Harvey for a home-hitting and enlightening interview. He takes us on his journey to the Challenge Tour where we encounter him shooting a 58 at college, teaming up with Viktor Hovland and playing against a firey Collin Morikawa. Richard also explains how Coronavirus has seen his golf season canceled for 2020 and thrown his livelihood into jeopardy, revealing how he's had to sell golf clubs and equipment on eBay to help make money.
35 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Ep 2: Evin Priest on golf's 2020 major schedule
Evin Priest (your favourite Australian golf journalist) joins Harvey from Sydney to dissect golf's 2020 major calendar and give an insight into which tournaments will go ahead. They also dive into his best moments from reporting on the game and his all-time Aussie stories from the PGA Tour.
39 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
Ep 1: Richie Ramsay on the 2007 Masters
Richie Ramsay, European Tour winner and 2006 U.S. Amateur champion kickstarts The Knee High Drop podcast to recall his first major championship start, the 2007 Masters. He discusses his life at home during the current coronavirus situation, playing a practice round with Jose Maria Olazabal, meeting Seve, the interior of the Augusta National clubhouse and stay tuned for a Phil Mickelson hole-in-one tale.
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