The Cut: The BBC Golf podcast
News, opinion, debate and analysis of the big golfing issues, including interviews with leading players and golfing personalities/celebrities, with Iain Carter and Andrew Cotter.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 429 ratings
Great Insight into the Game
A lovely way to catch up with golf related stuff. I listen when driving in the car. Great banter, interesting discussions and thought provoking sometimes. I don't always agree with everything, that would be boring, but enjoy the show. Really enjoy the coverage from events that I do not sdee as I...
DenMJacket via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/28/18
Just, awesome
Mgjyffytf via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/25/18
Missing in action
No podcast for nearly a month. Typical of the BBC’s commitment to golf
Frank----- via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/18/18
Recent Episodes
Having been invited back for that ‘difficult second season’, The Cut assesses whether it can live up to the crushing mediocrity of the first series. We think we can. Lee Westwood is this week’s special guest in Abu Dhabi as the golfing season gathers momentum at the first Rolex Series event of...
Published 01/16/19
Open champion Francesco Molinari and Ricoh Women's British Open winner Georgia Hall sit down with Iain Carter to reflect on a great 2018. Hall explains how her boyfriend - and caddie - is dealing without his ten per cent of her Open winners' cheque and Molinari looks back on beating the world at...
Published 12/23/18
Danny Willett gets back to winning ways in Dubai and opens up about the mental and physical struggles he's faced since becoming a major champion in 2016. It was a hugely impressive win for Willett in the Middle East - but not huge enough to earn one of The Cut's coveted end-of-season awards. We...
Published 11/20/18
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