Welcome back to On The Number. In today’s episode I have an incredible interview with LPGA Tour Caddy, Matthew Galloway. Tinder Solheim Cup The Big Break Mackenzie Tour Flying Hungover Sponsorship… we cover it all. I also recap what happened over the weekend at the Safeway Open and prepare for this weeks US Open at Winged Foot. If you want to join the best membership in golf, use the code AJ20 to get 20% off your first box from https://www.ShortPar4.com
One of my favorite people I’ve met through golf in recent years is Matthew Galloway. He’s among the top caddies on the LPGA Tour and a hell of a good golfer himself. Galloway is a recovering mini-tour player who traded his playing dreams for success with a caddie bib. Before turning pro, he won the Florida Amateur Championship and was a three-time Division II All-American at the University of West Florida(He was recently inducted into the UWF Hall of Fame). Galloway also had a few minutes of stardom when he appeared on the Golf Channel’s Big Break Mexico. After retiring from the mini-tour scene, he took a chance and started caddying on the LPGA Tour. He's been at it ever since and has carried the bag for players like Michelle Wie and Angel Yin. I’ve been lucky to cross paths with him a few times including most recently when he looped for me at Streamsong Resort during the LPGA’s pandemic break. In this episode, Galloway joins me for a conversation as he comes off the road for the upcoming birth of his daughter. We talked about the approachable vibe of LPGA Tour, his recent trip to Bandon Dunes, golf in the Sunshine State, and of course what he’s feeling like as an expectant father. If you don't know of Matthew Galloway, hopefully, this chat will change that. I’m thrilled we got a chance to catch up and will be hoping that his paternity leave from tour life means we can meet up for some golf soon! Find Matthew Gallow on Twitter @matthewgalloway For more podcast episodes be sure to check out www.midamcrisis.com If you'd like to dive into my book, The Nine Virtues of Golf or my other writings on the game be sure to visit www.jayrevell.com Cheers! -J
Under The Strap - Episode 21, 8/4/20 with LPGA caddies Matthew Galloway, Patrick Smith and Cole Pensanti
The Caddie Network Podcast
The LPGA Tour returned to action for the first time since February last week with the LPGA Drive On Championship at Inverness in Toledo, Ohio. It was the first LPGA event played during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Afterwards, we caught up with caddies Matthew Galloway (Angel Yin), Patrick Smith (Lizette Salas) and Cole Pensanti (Cristie Kerr) to find out what their new normal was like, as well as what's coming up... including a trip to Scotland for the AIG Women's Open.
"We are capable of so much more than we are taught" - What is your purpose? with Matthew Galloway
In this episode you will hear the first conversation that happened for the creation of this podcast. As you will may notice at the beginning of the episode, I organically just say, “I’m going to interview you because who knows, maybe I’ll use this in the future.” And would ya look at that - I did.Matthew Galloway is an incredible individual. He is a Mindset and Intimacy Coach and an assistant teacher for the Self Craft Creator Coaching Program.Matthew and I share two of the same mentors, Cairo and Kaylan Rha, who own Self Craft. We work together on a regular basis and we often “coach” each other just through conversation. He always gives me a deeply loving way of looking at the world.If you are interested in reaching out to him you can connect with him via email: mjgallowayatgmaildotcom.~~~If you are enjoying what’s coming out of these episodes, be sure to follow me, Jenn, your host, on Instagram @jenn.ago and the podcast @yourdiscovery_ !! Catch ya on the flip side!
What's it like to caddie on the LPGA? What's it like to caddie for the most prominent player of the last decade plus? We sat down with Michelle Wie's caddie Matthew Galloway, a former college and mini tour golfer, to find out how they connected and what it is like to caddie for Michelle. We also discussed his career goals and the time he looped for Lee Janzen. In addition, we explore the lifestyle of a caddie and even the finances of being a caddie. We even talk about his offseason gig and his favorite courses on the LPGA. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky talk about Ariya Jugtanugarn's first win of the year at the Kingsmill Championship, the passing of Carol Mann and Michelle Wie's history at the U.S. Women's Open. We also play "Go for it or Lay up" and explore Nasa Hataoka's upside, Brooke Henderson's chances at the U.S. Open and Juli Inkster vs. Catriona Matthew -- a little early Solheim Cup banter.