On The Tee Podcast

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On The Tee Podcast

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The top 10 most popular episodes of On The Tee Podcast.

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On The Tee Podcast

By LPGA Tour

The top 10 most popular episodes of On The Tee Podcast.

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17 Ratings
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Top 10 Episodes of On The Tee Podcast

Rank #1: Tiffany Joh and Tom Abbott

Aug 01 2018
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Tiffany Joh had her best week of the season at the Ladies Scottish Open last week and then 24 hours later she Monday Qualified for the Ricoh Women's Open. One of the funniest players on the LPGA joins the podcast to discuss her whirlwind 24-hour stretch, what happened on the weekend in Scotland, if she fells closer to winning, how good Ariya Jutanugarn is, her love of surfing, how a trip to see a friend helped change her mindset and the amazing friends she has on the LPGA. Golf Channel commentator Tom Abbott also joins the podcast. The native of England discusses the intricacies of Royal Lytham, who the favorite is this week, the pot bunkers and preparing for 28 hours of coverage this week. Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky do the roundtable and talk about Ariya's dominance, storylines from Royal Lytham and Lexi's social media posting explaining her withdrawal from the Ricoh Women's British Open. 364449

Rank #2: Brittany Lincicome and Catriona Matthew

Jul 25 2018
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The LPGA heads to Scotland for the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open at Gullane Golf Club this week. We caught up with Brittany Lincicome and got the low down on what the PGA TOUR experience was like. She talks about the differences between playing on the LPGA and the PGA, if she'd ever do it again, who should be the next LPGA pro to play in a PGA event and if she would make the cut if given ten cracks. Since the LPGA is in the home of golf this week, we caught up with Scotland's own Catriona Matthew, who will captain Team Europe at the 2019 Solheim Cup. Matthew started playing at Gullane as a 12 year old and is a member of the course to this day. The interview touches on links style golf, playing two weeks after the men and what she thinks the winning score will be. For our roundtable segment, the LPGA's Chief Communications and Tour Operations Officer Heather Daly Donofrio, who played on the LPGA, joined to discuss the impact of Brittany on the PGA, the future of an LPGA-PGA mixed event and the looming fourth major of the year.

Rank #3: Lincicome Playing on the PGA TOUR!

Jul 18 2018
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Brittany Lincicome is playing on the PGA TOUR this week and we have her caddie Missy Pederson on the podcast to talk about what it's going to be like competing against the men. Pederson talks about how they started working together, the challenges she'll face this week, nerves, having to hit longer clubs, her famous pizza and more. Legend Annika Sorenstam, who competed on the PGA TOUR in 2003, joins the podcast to talk about what Brittany will face and the Rolex Annika Major Award standings. Sorenstam calls her appearance on the PGA TOUR in 2003 one of the big highlights of her career. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky talk about Brittany playing on the PGA, Thidapa Suwannapura's win at the Marathon Classic and Laura Davies' win at the Senior Women's Open. They also answer a great fan question from Howard about Lydia Ko and Yani Tseng. If you have a question, send it to OnTheTee@lpga.com. In our "Go For it or Lay Up" segment, we debate Emma Talley's ceiling this year, naysayers that may arrive if Lincicome makes the cut and Amy and Ron yell at Bret for bringing up the "American Golf is Struggling" narrative again.

Rank #4: Super Mom Rachel Rohanna and the Lisa Cornwell Tweet

Jul 11 2018
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We visit with Rachel Rohanna, who is making her season debut on the LPGA just one month after giving birth to her first child. Amazing! She explains how she kept her game tuned during pregnancy, how her priorities have changed, the origin of her daughters name (Gemelia Grace) and how realistic success can be on the course while raising a young family. We also talk to Golf Channel reporter Lisa Cornwell, who started an interesting discussion on Twitter this week regarding the on course earnings for PGA TOUR players vs. LPGA Tour players. Lisa discusses the tweet that caught the attention of the golf world, the reaction and her hopes for the future of the LPGA. She's also playing in the American Century Championship this week and tells a funny story about eating with NBA star Stephen Curry. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky talk about the record setting Sei Young Kim, the Marathon Classic and the importance of the AON announcement. In "Go For It or Lay Up", we debate how long 31-under will stand, our favorite golf records and Tiger vs. Phil.

Rank #5: Cheyenne Woods: "I Will Be an LPGA Champion"

Jul 04 2018
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The podcast is on location at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic and Cheyenne Woods joins us to discuss her slow start to the season, how she snapped out of it, why 2017 was the most trying of her career, how close she feels to winning, her travel companion on the road and what even what flavor of ice cream she loves. Woods also talks about her relationship with Renee Powell and her hope of seeing more African Americans taking up the sport. Finally, she talks about her favorite podcasts and her favorite NBA team. Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky do the roundtable and recap the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, Sung Hyun Park's emotion win, So Yeon Ryu's misfortune and more. The roundtable also debates Team USA's chances at the UL International Crown. In "Go For It or Lay Up", Amy and Bret debate whether Tiger will win in 2018, if Lexi needs a win to validate her season and

Rank #6: So Yeon Ryu and Danielle Kang's Brother

Jun 27 2018
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It's major week so we brought on two-time major champion So Yeon Ryu and Alex Kang, the older brother of KPMG Women's PGA Championship defending champ Danielle Kang. Alex also plays professionally on the Web.com Tour. Ryu won two weeks ago on the LPGA and talks about how she overcame her struggles at the beginning of the season, her mental work on the greens, her desire to win the career grand slam, the pressure of trying to make Team Republic of Korea and more. In the conversation with Alex, we dive into watching his sister win last year, the advice he gave her, how Danielle got into golf, who wins when they play together in Vegas and he even told a really funny story that you should stick around for! Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky do the roundtable where they discuss the upcoming major at Kemper Lakes, the chatter out of the press conferences and favorites for the week. In "Go For It or Lay Up", we debate Lexi Thompson's spin on her iron shots, where Michelle Wie will finish this week and if a first-time major winner will emerge.

Rank #7: New Mom Gerina Piller and Golf Channel's Kay Cockerill

Jun 20 2018
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How's Gerina Piller doing? What's it like being a mom? Will she return in 2018? We hadn't really heard much from Gerina since the Diamond Resorts Invitational in January or since the birth of baby AJ on April 26th. We caught up with the new mom to see how she is adjusting to her new life taking care of her son. We also discussed the day she gave birth, traveling with Martin on the PGA, starting to workout again, the advice she has received from Juli Inkster and when she will return. We also found out what she was craving during her pregnancy! We also caught up with Golf Channel on-course reporter and interviewer Kay Cockerill this week. Kay played on the LPGA for nine seasons and transitioned immediately to Golf Channel when the network was being created. Kay talks about the dominance of Ariya Jutanugarn, the surprise win by Annie Park, should young players go to college or straight to the LPGA and gearing up to play in the USGA Senior Women's Open. She also tells us how far she has to stand away from the players so they don't hear her when she is commentating. Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky roundtable about So Yeon Ryu's win at the Meijer LPGA Classic and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship this week. In "Go For it or Lay Up", we debate the Phil Mickelson drama at the U.S. Open, Caroline Masson's recent success and do players whine too much about course set up?

Rank #8: Annie Park's Amazing Story

Jun 13 2018
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Annie Park was No. 366 on the LPGA priority list at the start of the year meaning she had no chance to even get into events. Now, she's an LPGA winner! Park joined the podcast to discuss her remarkable journey to the winner's circle and what the last year has been like. She had to deal with a serious back injury and made a major shift in the style of her putter. Park also reveals her new hobby of photography, a now funny story of a freak accident on the golf course involving her mom's tee shot and how she got into the game of golf. She also tells an interesting story about her oldest sister. Recent Symetra Tour winner Louise Ridderstrom also joins the podcast this week to discuss her first career win and why being on the bag for her friend the week prior helped. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Adam Stanley and Bret Lasky discuss Ariya Jutanugarn's pursuit of #1, the UL International Crown battles and Brooke Henderson defending this week at the Meijer LPGA Classic. In "Go For It or Lay Up", we debate if a hole-in-one is luck or skill and if players should skip college if they're good enough to compete on the LPGA. Also, will Brittany Lincicome make the cut at the Barbasol Championship?

Rank #9: U.S. Open Champ, Sarah Jane Smith and Leona Maguire

Jun 06 2018
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It's our 20th episode of the "On The Tee" podcast and were loaded! U.S. Women's Open champion Ariya Jutanugarn tells us that the bunker shot on 18 to win in a playoff is the best shot of her life. Sarah Jane Smith is the second interview and she discusses her T5 finish in Shoal Creek and why she desperately wants an LPGA win before her career is done. Former World No. 1 amateur Leona Maguire is the final interview and she talks about making her professional debut this week at the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Jutanugarn also takes about her whirlwind last 48 hours, the reception from family and friends in Thailand, her deep desire to win UL International Crown and why she wants to inspire kids in Thailand. Smith tells her full journey in the game of golf, her love for old classic cars, wanting to start a family in the very near future, the hilarious story of how her now-husband first asked her out on a date and how Sean Foley helped her snap out of her funk. Maguire goes in detail on her decision to stay all four years at Duke and her relationship with Pádraig Harrington. She also talks about her plans for earning an LPGA card through the Symetra Tour.

Rank #10: 2x U.S. Women's Open Champ Juli Inkster

May 29 2018
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It's U.S. Women's Open week!! The biggest event in women's golf is here and we caught up with two-time champion Juli Inkster to talk about the importance of the tournament, why it gives her credibility around the world, the long wait for her first U.S. Women's Open title, edging Annika Sorenstam, raising kids on the LPGA and why 1999 was the best year of her career. We even ask Juli how much longer she'll compete. In our roundtable, Ron Sirak, Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky give the latest on the storms in Shoal Creek and what it means for the tournament. We also discuss if the USGA should go to "life, clean and place" versus playing the ball down. In addition, we make picks! In "Go For It or Lay Up", Amy and Ron debate Sung Hyun Park's prospects of defending and if the USGA should set up the the U.S. Women's Open courses a bit more birdie friendly.

Top 10 Episodes of On The Tee Podcast

Rank #1: Tiffany Joh and Tom Abbott

Aug 01 2018
Podcast cover

Tiffany Joh had her best week of the season at the Ladies Scottish Open last week and then 24 hours later she Monday Qualified for the Ricoh Women's Open. One of the funniest players on the LPGA joins the podcast to discuss her whirlwind 24-hour stretch, what happened on the weekend in Scotland, if she fells closer to winning, how good Ariya Jutanugarn is, her love of surfing, how a trip to see a friend helped change her mindset and the amazing friends she has on the LPGA. Golf Channel commentator Tom Abbott also joins the podcast. The native of England discusses the intricacies of Royal Lytham, who the favorite is this week, the pot bunkers and preparing for 28 hours of coverage this week. Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky do the roundtable and talk about Ariya's dominance, storylines from Royal Lytham and Lexi's social media posting explaining her withdrawal from the Ricoh Women's British Open. 364449

Rank #2: Brittany Lincicome and Catriona Matthew

Jul 25 2018
Podcast cover

The LPGA heads to Scotland for the Aberdeen Standard Investments Ladies Scottish Open at Gullane Golf Club this week. We caught up with Brittany Lincicome and got the low down on what the PGA TOUR experience was like. She talks about the differences between playing on the LPGA and the PGA, if she'd ever do it again, who should be the next LPGA pro to play in a PGA event and if she would make the cut if given ten cracks. Since the LPGA is in the home of golf this week, we caught up with Scotland's own Catriona Matthew, who will captain Team Europe at the 2019 Solheim Cup. Matthew started playing at Gullane as a 12 year old and is a member of the course to this day. The interview touches on links style golf, playing two weeks after the men and what she thinks the winning score will be. For our roundtable segment, the LPGA's Chief Communications and Tour Operations Officer Heather Daly Donofrio, who played on the LPGA, joined to discuss the impact of Brittany on the PGA, the future of an LPGA-PGA mixed event and the looming fourth major of the year.

Rank #3: Lincicome Playing on the PGA TOUR!

Jul 18 2018
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Brittany Lincicome is playing on the PGA TOUR this week and we have her caddie Missy Pederson on the podcast to talk about what it's going to be like competing against the men. Pederson talks about how they started working together, the challenges she'll face this week, nerves, having to hit longer clubs, her famous pizza and more. Legend Annika Sorenstam, who competed on the PGA TOUR in 2003, joins the podcast to talk about what Brittany will face and the Rolex Annika Major Award standings. Sorenstam calls her appearance on the PGA TOUR in 2003 one of the big highlights of her career. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky talk about Brittany playing on the PGA, Thidapa Suwannapura's win at the Marathon Classic and Laura Davies' win at the Senior Women's Open. They also answer a great fan question from Howard about Lydia Ko and Yani Tseng. If you have a question, send it to OnTheTee@lpga.com. In our "Go For it or Lay Up" segment, we debate Emma Talley's ceiling this year, naysayers that may arrive if Lincicome makes the cut and Amy and Ron yell at Bret for bringing up the "American Golf is Struggling" narrative again.

Rank #4: Super Mom Rachel Rohanna and the Lisa Cornwell Tweet

Jul 11 2018
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We visit with Rachel Rohanna, who is making her season debut on the LPGA just one month after giving birth to her first child. Amazing! She explains how she kept her game tuned during pregnancy, how her priorities have changed, the origin of her daughters name (Gemelia Grace) and how realistic success can be on the course while raising a young family. We also talk to Golf Channel reporter Lisa Cornwell, who started an interesting discussion on Twitter this week regarding the on course earnings for PGA TOUR players vs. LPGA Tour players. Lisa discusses the tweet that caught the attention of the golf world, the reaction and her hopes for the future of the LPGA. She's also playing in the American Century Championship this week and tells a funny story about eating with NBA star Stephen Curry. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky talk about the record setting Sei Young Kim, the Marathon Classic and the importance of the AON announcement. In "Go For It or Lay Up", we debate how long 31-under will stand, our favorite golf records and Tiger vs. Phil.

Rank #5: Cheyenne Woods: "I Will Be an LPGA Champion"

Jul 04 2018
Podcast cover

The podcast is on location at the Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic and Cheyenne Woods joins us to discuss her slow start to the season, how she snapped out of it, why 2017 was the most trying of her career, how close she feels to winning, her travel companion on the road and what even what flavor of ice cream she loves. Woods also talks about her relationship with Renee Powell and her hope of seeing more African Americans taking up the sport. Finally, she talks about her favorite podcasts and her favorite NBA team. Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky do the roundtable and recap the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, Sung Hyun Park's emotion win, So Yeon Ryu's misfortune and more. The roundtable also debates Team USA's chances at the UL International Crown. In "Go For It or Lay Up", Amy and Bret debate whether Tiger will win in 2018, if Lexi needs a win to validate her season and

Rank #6: So Yeon Ryu and Danielle Kang's Brother

Jun 27 2018
Podcast cover

It's major week so we brought on two-time major champion So Yeon Ryu and Alex Kang, the older brother of KPMG Women's PGA Championship defending champ Danielle Kang. Alex also plays professionally on the Web.com Tour. Ryu won two weeks ago on the LPGA and talks about how she overcame her struggles at the beginning of the season, her mental work on the greens, her desire to win the career grand slam, the pressure of trying to make Team Republic of Korea and more. In the conversation with Alex, we dive into watching his sister win last year, the advice he gave her, how Danielle got into golf, who wins when they play together in Vegas and he even told a really funny story that you should stick around for! Amy Rogers, Ron Sirak and Bret Lasky do the roundtable where they discuss the upcoming major at Kemper Lakes, the chatter out of the press conferences and favorites for the week. In "Go For It or Lay Up", we debate Lexi Thompson's spin on her iron shots, where Michelle Wie will finish this week and if a first-time major winner will emerge.

Rank #7: New Mom Gerina Piller and Golf Channel's Kay Cockerill

Jun 20 2018
Podcast cover

How's Gerina Piller doing? What's it like being a mom? Will she return in 2018? We hadn't really heard much from Gerina since the Diamond Resorts Invitational in January or since the birth of baby AJ on April 26th. We caught up with the new mom to see how she is adjusting to her new life taking care of her son. We also discussed the day she gave birth, traveling with Martin on the PGA, starting to workout again, the advice she has received from Juli Inkster and when she will return. We also found out what she was craving during her pregnancy! We also caught up with Golf Channel on-course reporter and interviewer Kay Cockerill this week. Kay played on the LPGA for nine seasons and transitioned immediately to Golf Channel when the network was being created. Kay talks about the dominance of Ariya Jutanugarn, the surprise win by Annie Park, should young players go to college or straight to the LPGA and gearing up to play in the USGA Senior Women's Open. She also tells us how far she has to stand away from the players so they don't hear her when she is commentating. Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky roundtable about So Yeon Ryu's win at the Meijer LPGA Classic and the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship this week. In "Go For it or Lay Up", we debate the Phil Mickelson drama at the U.S. Open, Caroline Masson's recent success and do players whine too much about course set up?

Rank #8: Annie Park's Amazing Story

Jun 13 2018
Podcast cover

Annie Park was No. 366 on the LPGA priority list at the start of the year meaning she had no chance to even get into events. Now, she's an LPGA winner! Park joined the podcast to discuss her remarkable journey to the winner's circle and what the last year has been like. She had to deal with a serious back injury and made a major shift in the style of her putter. Park also reveals her new hobby of photography, a now funny story of a freak accident on the golf course involving her mom's tee shot and how she got into the game of golf. She also tells an interesting story about her oldest sister. Recent Symetra Tour winner Louise Ridderstrom also joins the podcast this week to discuss her first career win and why being on the bag for her friend the week prior helped. In our roundtable discussion, Amy Rogers, Adam Stanley and Bret Lasky discuss Ariya Jutanugarn's pursuit of #1, the UL International Crown battles and Brooke Henderson defending this week at the Meijer LPGA Classic. In "Go For It or Lay Up", we debate if a hole-in-one is luck or skill and if players should skip college if they're good enough to compete on the LPGA. Also, will Brittany Lincicome make the cut at the Barbasol Championship?

Rank #9: U.S. Open Champ, Sarah Jane Smith and Leona Maguire

Jun 06 2018
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It's our 20th episode of the "On The Tee" podcast and were loaded! U.S. Women's Open champion Ariya Jutanugarn tells us that the bunker shot on 18 to win in a playoff is the best shot of her life. Sarah Jane Smith is the second interview and she discusses her T5 finish in Shoal Creek and why she desperately wants an LPGA win before her career is done. Former World No. 1 amateur Leona Maguire is the final interview and she talks about making her professional debut this week at the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Jutanugarn also takes about her whirlwind last 48 hours, the reception from family and friends in Thailand, her deep desire to win UL International Crown and why she wants to inspire kids in Thailand. Smith tells her full journey in the game of golf, her love for old classic cars, wanting to start a family in the very near future, the hilarious story of how her now-husband first asked her out on a date and how Sean Foley helped her snap out of her funk. Maguire goes in detail on her decision to stay all four years at Duke and her relationship with Pádraig Harrington. She also talks about her plans for earning an LPGA card through the Symetra Tour.

Rank #10: 2x U.S. Women's Open Champ Juli Inkster

May 29 2018
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It's U.S. Women's Open week!! The biggest event in women's golf is here and we caught up with two-time champion Juli Inkster to talk about the importance of the tournament, why it gives her credibility around the world, the long wait for her first U.S. Women's Open title, edging Annika Sorenstam, raising kids on the LPGA and why 1999 was the best year of her career. We even ask Juli how much longer she'll compete. In our roundtable, Ron Sirak, Amy Rogers and Bret Lasky give the latest on the storms in Shoal Creek and what it means for the tournament. We also discuss if the USGA should go to "life, clean and place" versus playing the ball down. In addition, we make picks! In "Go For It or Lay Up", Amy and Ron debate Sung Hyun Park's prospects of defending and if the USGA should set up the the U.S. Women's Open courses a bit more birdie friendly.