Your favorite trappers
The crude younger brother of the original No Laying Up Podcast, the Trap Draw is run by the Tron Carter and Big Randy of NLU. If you can get past Big Randy's deep voiced chortling and the fact that Tron can't seem to find a pair of pants that fit, it can be a quite enjoyable listen. However, there are quick a few drawbacks. For one, this podcast Lacks Popularity, Can't Perform with the original NLU podcast (ejected.) #LCPC. Another unsettling aspect of this podcast is the preference they have for Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar. It's borderline creepy how much they gush about them, and they can't get enough of their conservative play. The excessive use of the term "vibin'" and its variations can be quite upsetting for many listeners. A final scandal has emerged in the most recent podcast in which listeners learned that Randy is not in fact a trapper but a sweeper and Neil hardly even knows what the word "trap draw" means. Smh. Hopefully this podcast can operate at a frequency between Tron and Randy's Twitter accounts: if they didn't, iTunes would either crash due to the nonstop uploads or you wouldn't hear from them for a couple years. If you've read this far you should know that everything above was a joke. It's a really great podcast with funny lines, hot takes, and fun guests, and I'm sure they'll continue to get people even more famous on than Neil Schuster. Anyway, you'll love this podcast even more than Tron loves his good friend Riggsy, Barstool's insightful, knowledgeable, and original golf analyst.Read full review »
pleasestopstealingmyname via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/05/17
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