Episode | September 3rd, 2019 | Season 6 | 33 mins 57 secs
#growgolf, dale merritt, entrepreneurship, future of golf, golf channel, golfpay, innovation, modgolf, modgolf podcast, ngcoa, pga, usga, we are golf
"I focus on the behaviours of the modern consumer. It's a fascinating topic to me. How, and why golf is so far behind embracing the customer experience, how it is affecting the golf business, and how it can be solved." On our final episode of Season 6, Colin speaks with entrepreneur and Golfpay CEO Dale Merritt about harnessing the power of artificial intelligence, machine learning and experience design to create a frictionless mobile golf round check-in platform that removes pain points and frustration for both recreational golfers and the course operators.
Episode | August 18th, 2019 | Season 6 | 53 mins 55 secs
#growgolf, azucena maldonado, british columbia golf, entrepreneurship, female founders, future of golf, golf canada, golf channel, innovation, latina golfers, modgolf, modgolf podcast, pga, usga, we are golf, women entrepreneurs, women's golf
"We teach women how to leverage golf as a business tool so they can shatter the glass ceiling with a golf ball”. On our latest episode, Azucena Maldonado, Founder of The Latina Golfers Association joins us to share how she has built a nationally scalable business that empowers women in the Greater Los Angeles area both on and off the golf course.
Episode | July 30th, 2019 | Season 6 | 37 mins
#growgolf, adam heieck, british columbia golf, entrepreneurship, future of golf, golf canada, golf channel, innovation, modgolf, modgolf podcast, pga, usga, we are golf, youth on course
"While everyone recognized the need to work together, there are still so many silos in golf. The industry is so fragmented that we decided to take a collaborative, wholistic approach in order to bring more kids to the game and to transition them through the funnel to the next progressive step”.
This week our host Colin Weston sits down for a conversation with Adam Heieck, CEO of Youth On Course. Adam joins us to share how his organization provides youth ages 6-18 with access to life-changing opportunities through golf.
Episode | July 23rd, 2018 | Season 4 | 5 mins 1 sec
andrew roberts, autism, doug flutie, entrepreneurship, flutie foundation, innovation, ken roberts, modgolf, modgolf podcast, special olympics, startup, usa games kpmg
Not all of the best stories from The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games happened on the golf course. Meet Andrew Roberts who, as a Boston sports obsessed 14 year old, has overcome the challenges of Autism to find his true passion as a sports blogger and reporter.
Episode | December 31st, 2017 | Season 2 | 26 mins 41 secs
#growgolf, blue ocean strategy, burke putters, crossing the chasm, entrepreneurship, future of golf, golf, golf disruption, golf innovation, guillaume beland, indoor golf, las vegas, major series of putting, modgolf, modgolf podcast, modgolfpodcast, msop, populous, startup
In Part 2 of our MSOP Championship coverage, host Colin Weston speaks with the creators, players and sponsor partners of this uniquely innovative golf competition format. We also explore the emergence of "Skills Based Gaming" and the MSOP stadium design response that includes engaging putting games where the public can bet on themselves.
Creating The World's Most Innovative And Fun Golf Tournament - Carlos Sugich / WM Phoenix Open Tournament Chairman (019)
Episode | 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.
Episode | September 19th, 2017 | Season 2 | 26 mins 45 secs
#growgolf, future of golf, golf, golf digest, golf innovation, max adler, modgolf, modgolf podcast, the miracles issue, topgolf
Yes golf is a game, but there has always been an unexpectedly mystical aspect to the sport that many believe operates on an different plane of consciousness. This week Golf Digest Editorial Director Max Adler shares with us some amazing, inspirational stories for their "Miracles Issue".
Episode | September 12th, 2017 | Season 2 | 1 hr 7 mins
#growgolf, future of golf, golf, golf channel, golf innovation, justin james, lisa longball, maurice allen, modgolf, modgolf podcast, sandra carlborg, topgolf, volvik, volvik usa, winstar, winstar world resort and casino, world long drive
We open Season Two as host Colin Weston travels to Oklahoma to cover the Volvik World Long Drive Championship. There Colin speaks with the players, fans, creators, owners and sponsors to reveal how Golf Channel plans to transform what was a niche golf novelty event into a mainstream sport entertainment property.
Episode | 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.
Episode | June 13th, 2017 | Season 1 | 31 mins 14 secs
#growgolf, cirque du soleil, future of golf, golf, golf disruption, golf innovation, guillaume béland, guy laliberté, jack nicklaus, las vegas, lune rouge, major series of putting, modgolf, modgolf podcast, msop, nicklaus design, populous, putting, skills based gaming
This week's guest is Guillaume Béland, President of Lune Rouge and the new golf tournament event series called . In the business world a "Blue Ocean Strategy" occurs when a company succeeds not by battling competitors, but by systematically creating "blue oceans" of uncontested market space that are ripe for growth. The Major Series of Putting (MSOP) is creating just that in the $70 billion per year golf industry by turning putting greens into blue oceans.