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Chasing Majors
Chasing Majors
Chasing Majors is hosted by golf journalist Evin Priest, and in series 1 Evin is joined by legendary caddie Steve Williams. Williams caddied for golf great Tiger Woods from 1999 to 2011, and helped him to win 13 major championships. Scoring music composed by Stephen Watts.
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4.8 stars from 177 ratings
Steve Williams gives a candid and respectful insight into his experience with Tiger in the journey from major 1 (pre-Steve) to major 14. A must for golf nerds and sporting historians. Evan’s voice doesn’t have a lot of emotion but he’s well researched. The Adam Scott 2013 episode forced me to go...Read full review »
Petethehippy via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/09/22
Steve Williams - Legend
Brilliant in-depth insight into the mindset of Tiger Woods - isn’t another person on the planet who knows as much about what Tiger went through for those 13 majors. Shame there wasn’t a more in-depth look at Tiger’s 2009 season - would have loved an episode on the 2009 PGA championship (losing to...Read full review »
Pilk123 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/19/22
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pkonny65 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/04/22
Recent Episodes
Host Evin Priest is joined by 2005 US Open winner Michael "Cambo" Campbell and his former caddie Mike "Sponge" Waite. Cambo famously held off Tiger Woods down the stretch of the 2005 US Open at Pinehurst, creating sporting history for New Zealand in becoming the first ever Māori to win a Major...
Published 06/07/22
Published 06/07/22
In episode 13, Steve Williams takes Evin Priest through the 2008 US Open - the last major Tiger Woods won with Williams on the bag. Williams provides never-before-heard details about Woods' epic triumph at Torrey Pines, his 14th major. Williams also touches on the impact Woods' off-course scandal...
Published 05/09/22
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