The ModGolf Podcast
Host Colin Weston explores the future of golf through conversations with the visionaries and influencers that are shaking up the sport.
We found 3 episodes of The ModGolf Podcast with the tag “kelley james”.
Creating The World's Most Innovative And Fun Golf Tournament - Carlos Sugich / WM Phoenix Open Tournament Chairman (019)
October 31st, 2017 | Season 2 | 36 mins 8 secs
#growgolf, carlos sugich, coors light birds nest, future of golf, golf, golf innovation, kelley james, modgolf, modgolf podcast, pga tour, the 16th hole, the phoenix open, the thunderbirds, waste management, waste management phoenix open, weezer
The Waste Management Phoenix Open, known as #ThePeoplesOpen constantly raises the bar as the premier golf entertainment experience in the world. 2018 Tournament Chairman Carlos Sugich speaks with host Colin Weston about the iconic 16th hole stadium (The Loudest Hole In Golf) and how his charity group The Thunderbirds consistently innovate this unique tournament experience.
BONUS: Season One Wrap Up / Season Two Preview
September 8th, 2017 | 1 min 26 secs
#growgolf, european tour, future of golf, golf, golf innovation, golfboard, jeff dowell, keith pelley, kelley james, lean startup, modgolf, modgolf podcast, steve mona, topgolf
While we're hard at work putting together Season Two of The ModGolf Podcast for you, we decided to give you a quick recap of Season One and to get you ready for the next 12 episodes we'll be releasing starting September 12.
Harnessing The Power Of Music To Reach A New Golf Audience - Kelley James (008)
June 27th, 2017 | Season 1 | 34 mins 50 secs
charlie hoffman, golf, golf digest, golf disruption, golf innovation, golfstream, kelley james, kellyjamesmusic, modgolf, modgolfpodcast, oakley #growgolf, phoenix open, playgolfstream, red bull, rickie fowler, ryan sheckler
On this episode of the ModGolf Podcast, we speak with musician, singer and songwriter Kelley James. Kelley shares how his Californian surf-inspired freestyle music has entertained audiences at PGA Tour events like the WM Phoenix Open. We learn how expanding the on-site fan and player tournament experience is a critical component needed to attract younger, new audiences to golf.