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The Fried Egg
The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
A deeper level of golf: conversations and stories about golf course design, professional golf, and more from the team behind
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4.8 stars from 1,452 ratings
Andy and team are as good as it gets for the informed golf lovers out there. Humorous, smart, and witty. Garrett has taken the lead lately and he is wonderful at what brings to the pod. No filler or bros here - this is the best of new golf media.
Blaker97 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/23/24
Too Much Joseph Lamagna
Why is Joseph on the show so frequently? He has no personality, is not entertaining or funny in the slightest, and nothing he says is nearly as insightful as he thinks it is. Why is he given this platform on the podcast? Andy, I feel like you’re diluting your own brand by having him on the show...Read full review »
Fratmonster via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/24
Great stuff
Love the show despite you still not doing an episode about the Fried Egg lie or how to get out of it. Still waiting!
Jason Zack via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/05/24
Recent Episodes
Published 02/29/24
In the latest installment of our Superintendent Series, superintendent Mike Manthey joins Andy to discuss his role in restoring Seth Raynor's design at Midland Hills Country Club near Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mike talks about how he found Raynor's original plans, his favorite stretch of holes...
Published 02/29/24
The Masters is just six weeks away. Andy and Joseph give their thoughts on the golf course, the skills required to succeed at Augusta, and major storylines entering the tournament. Before getting into the Masters, Andy and Joseph discuss what they are IN on and OUT on for this week, including...
Published 02/27/24
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