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 10 episodes of The ModGolf Podcast with the tag “make golf your thing”.
How The Metaverse and NFTs Will Amplify Golf Fan Engagement - Guillermo Heredia, Managing Director at HYPE Sports Innovation
March 3rd, 2022 | Season 11 | 43 mins 28 secs
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"There is The Metaverse. It's not like different Metaverses, it is one Metaverse like there is one internet and then you have different platforms. Combined with NFTs, it's a new way for fans to interact with the brands and with the sport properties." Guillermo Heredia, Managing Director at HYPE Sports Innovation joins us to share how The Metaverse and NFTs Will Amplify Golf Fan Engagement.
Taking a Position To Help Create Positive Change - Jim Beatty, Executive Editor with African American Golfer’s Digest
February 24th, 2022 | Season 11 | 35 mins 59 secs
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"I'm fueled by the fact that so many people came before me like Charlie Sifford, Lee Elder, Althea Gibson, Teddy Rhodes, Renée Powell. What they had to endure makes what I'm doing just not that hard. It's time consuming true, but I have to take the next steps and recognize the great people. People that blazed a trail - both black and white - that stood up, took a position, maintained it and created change." Jim Beatty, Executive Editor with African American Golfer’s Digest joins us to share how he is helping make golf more welcoming and equitable for minorities and under-represented communities.