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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cam Champ. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cam Champ, often where they are interviewed.

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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Cam Champ. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Cam Champ, often where they are interviewed.

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When LiveUnderPar goes wrong for Rory, Bryson’s “Maximum Relief,” and Cam Champ’s win

The Shotgun Start
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Victory Monday on the Shotgun Start is loaded with content goodies from the weekend. Brendan and Andy begin with a cursory review of the Bears and Browns success, as well as debate on if backup QB is the best role to have in the NFL. After those pressing non-golf matters, they jump immediately into Rory McIlroy’s comments on the European Tour setups being too easy. They hit on the hypocrisy of the Prince of Ponte Vedra voicing these concerns, the role equipment that he endorses has played in this problem he has, and some numbers that quickly rebut his contention. At the Safeway, they hit on the Cam Champ win and how it became one of the best finishing stories we’ll get all year and where he goes next. On less serious matters, they also excoriate the “maximum relief” given to Bryson DeChambeau after his failed backboarding attempt sailed into the hazard. Kristoffer Ventura’s alleged “spit” on Tony Romo’s ball is also quickly debunked and discarded. They wrap with a quick roundup of results from around the globe, including Andy reacquainting us with some old friends at the Panasonic in Asia.

Sep 30 2019

59mins

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The Lashley story, the false advertising of Cam Champ, and FedExCup point problems

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After a full weekend of golf we begin in the obvious starting point: Zach Johnson’s tumble out of the top 100 in the world rankings and if his Kaboom Baby! equipment is to blame. Rory Sabbatini’s top five finish in Detroit then leads to a serious take about how his switch in nationality has screwed the International team at the Presidents Cup. Then we get to Nate Lashley winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic, an event that was an unqualified success in a market that deserved a tournament. Lashley’s win and his incredible story also provokes a take about the Tour’s forced and overdone marketing being borne out of insecurity about its product. Then we get to someone who’s been the beneficiary of that forced marketing: Cam Champ. We discuss his backboarding attempt on Saturday, the Tiger-esque coverage treatment, and how it’s all a bit unfair to him. Doc Redman’s big week is reviewed, but not without a rant on how FedExCup points are mis-allocated. We finish by ripping through Steve Stricker’s dominant major win, the Andalucia Masters, the LPGA’s Arkansas party, and a glimmer of hope for the “Methheads” in Utah.

Jul 01 2019

52mins

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Prodigies real and imagined: John Feinstein on his latest golf novel; the rise of Cam Champ

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John Feinstein talks to Sam Weinman about his golf novel, The Prodigy, and how much of it is rooted in truth. Plus, Alex Myers, Christopher Powers, and Weinman talk about Cam Champ's impressive win in Mississippi, and debate when to bump it from off the green and when to flop it.

Oct 31 2018

1hr 9mins

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EP 12 THE CAM CHAMP

The Blue Room Podcast
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This week on Gordo & Friends, Gordo is Joined by Troy @Britishspade & @teddydadon1. We are joined by @TheCamChamp and we discuss his top shoots, Females he enjoyed working with the most and Complex stealing one of his original ideas and Who he would like to work with.

Cam Champ has a up and coming photo gallery coming soon.

They also discuss the shooting in Jacksonville FL and the media always making the white people mentally ill when they do shootings

Aug 30 2018

1hr 5mins

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