PDGA Radio News
PDGA Radio News debuted in 2004 as an online radio program at a time when use of the term "podcast" was in its nascent stages. Originally created by Brian Sullivan #14015 as a service for PDGA members and other disc golf enthusiasts, this innovative program delivered a 20-minute audio broadcast on a weekly basis. Listeners could tune in and find a new show jam-packed with fast-paced, up-to-the-minute, professionally produced content all about disc golf. Brian was your host from 2004 through 2006 and, after a year hiatus, Steve Kuzenski #29027 took over the mic from 2008 up until December 2010. In 2018, Steve Hill #103842 and Sara Lamberson #41012 reinvented the show as an hour-long program discussing all the latest on the professional scene.
|PDGA Radio Program: 11/21/05||
November 21, 2005: What is the current state of disc golf? The answer, according to Dan Roddick, depends on where you live; plus Women's World Champ Des Reading has advice to help you improve your accuracy.
|PDGA Radio Program: 11/14/05||
November 14, 2005: PDGA #003 Dan 'Stork' Roddick joins us to promote the preservation of disc golf history; Pro player Kevin McCoy on getting out of trouble with the thumber shot; news of the National Disc Golf Center Endowment Fund, plus results from the Texas 10 Charity Cup.
|PDGA Radio Program: 11/07/05||
November 7, 2005: Improve your shot before you ever release a disc! Sports Psychologist Dr. Betsy Shoenfelt returns to help with your pre-shot routine; the 60 Second Clinic features Brad Hammock on positive self-talk; pros are headed to sunny Florida and the Moccasin Lake Open, plus results from the Veterans Park Open in Texas.
|PDGA Radio Program: 10/31/05||
October 31, 2005: Gregg 'Miniac' Hosfeld joins us to talk about his passion for disc sports and how he avoided becoming the first World Champ to kill himself only three seconds into his reign; Dave Feldberg will introduce you to a trick shot called the 'skomahawk' in the 60 Second Clinic; plus results from the Oklahoma Open.
|PDGA Radio Program: 10/24/05||
October 24, 2005: As the world's disc golf course count draws near 2000, we catch up with Course Directory Editor Cliff Towne for an update; Des Reading eyeballs your focus point in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the Texas States, and a look ahead to this weekend's Oklahoma Open in Tulsa.
|PDGA Radio Program: 10/17/05||
October 17, 2005: Feldberg wins USDGC! The new National Champ joins us to tell the tale of his victory in Rock Hill; Kevin McCoy has some helpful advice for Ams on the move in the 60 Second Clinic; and a preview of the Texas State Championships in Houston.
|PDGA Radio Program: 10/10/05||
October 10, 2005: US Disc Golf Championship week!
|PDGA Radio Program: 10/03/05||
October 3, 2005: PDGA Executive Director Brian Hoeniger joins us to summarize the recent Fall Summit meetings; David Feldberg expains why you want to avoid short stroking your putts in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the Faultline Classic in Santa Cruz; a preview of the Colorado State Championships, plus news on the passing of five-time Legends Champ Ted Wil
|PDGA Radio Program: 09/12/05||
September 12, 2005: Three-time Masters World Champ Brad Hammock joins us to discuss his unique driving style and monstrous success despite his diminutive size; the pros and cons on keeping your eye on the target with Kevin McCoy in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the US Amateur Disc Golf Championship in Michigan, and a preview of the United States Masters Di
|PDGA Radio Program: 09/04/05||
September 4, 2005: While our thoughts continue to be with our friends in the hurricane-ravaged Gulf States, we present an interview recorded earlier this season with New Orleans native Eric Tracey; Brad Hammock has plenty of tips for stretching in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the West Virginia Open, and a preview of the United States Amateur Disc Golf Cha
|PDGA Radio Program: 08/29/05||
August 29, 2005: Lower scores begin with better practice! Whether you're an Am or Pro, Sports Psycholgist Dr. Betsy Shoenfelt will help you dissect and rebuild your practice routine; tips on taking advantage of a tailwind from World Champ Des Reading await you in the 60 Second Clinic; and prepare to weave through the Paw Paw trees at this weekend's West Virginia Open Supertour tournament.
|PDGA Radio Program: 08/22/05||
August 22, 2005: Our guest this week is California's Steve Rico, who still hasn't found what he's looking for; Dave 'Happy Feet' Feldberg will help to improve your footwork in the 60 Second clinic; and a very exciting finish at the Skylands Classic National Tour event Warwick, New York.
|PDGA Radio Program: 08/15/05||
August 15, 2005: Am and Junior Worlds results! We'll run down top finishers in all divisions, plus get some inside scoops from Asst TD Barley Kirby; Kevin McCoy talks about using visualization before releasing his disc in the 60 Second clinic; and we'll look ahead to next weekend's National Tour event: Skylands Classic in Warwick, New York.
|PDGA Radio Program: 08/08/05||
August 8, 2005: It's a supersized clinic edition of the show! This week you'll find hot tips from top pros Des Reading, David Feldberg and Kevin McCoy on anhyzers, headwinds, uphill putts and the venerable thumber shot. Plus a look at some of the coolest PDGA events coming this weekend. The most fun wins!
|PDGA Radio Program: 08/01/05||
August 1, 2005: Meet New World Champ!
|PDGA Radio Program: 07/25/05||
July 25, 2005: Cool stuff happening at the Pro Worlds website; Doubles champ Kevin McCoy shares his practice and putting strategies in the 60 Second Clinic; results from Pro Worlds Mixed Doubles; and five-time Women's World Champ Juliana Korver talks with us about how to encourage more women players, and her thoughts on defending champ Birgitta Lagerholm of Sw
|PDGA Radio Program: 07/18/05||
July 18, 2005: Pro Worlds preview!
|PDGA Radio Program: 07/11/05||
July 11, 2005: Our interview with Discraft President Jim Kenner continues with a discussion on how pro players become sponsored players; the 60 Second Clinic has tips from David Feldberg for playing smarter in the rain; results from the Brent Hambrick Memorial Open in Columbus and the US Mid-Nationals Championships in Wisconsin; plus there's a squabble with a g
|PDGA Radio Program: 07/04/05||
July 4, 2005: Find out how the disc creation process works during our interview with Discraft President Jim Kenner; Des Reading explains her grips in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the Michiana Open in South Bend; Yeti bags a new course record in the Yeti Road Report, and a look ahead to this weekend's Brent Hambrick Memorial Open in Columbus.
|PDGA Radio Program: 06/27/05||
June 27, 2005: Meet the best player you've never heard of: Michigan's Scott Martin on putting, practice and being a left-hander; David Feldberg has some tips to help you beat the heat in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the Discraft Great Lakes Open in Ann Arbor; and a look ahead to this weekend's Michiana Open in South Bend, Indiana.
|PDGA Radio Program: 06/20/05||
June 20, 2005: Meet the uber-volunteer: Minnesota's Chuck Kennedy joins us to talk about his ratings system, course design and more; what driver weight is best for you?
|PDGA Radio Program: 06/13/05||
June 13, 2005: Mark Ellis has a Lizard game to make your pre-tournament warm-up more fun and useful; Pat Vitale makes note of a common beginner error in the 60 Second Clinic; results from the KC Wide Open, and we'll look ahead to this weekend's Greater Des Moines Challenge National Tour event in Iowa.
|PDGA Radio Program: 06/06/05||
June 06, 2005: Some re-thinking of the PDGA competitive structure in part two of our interview with PDGA Special Projects Director Dan 'Stork' Roddick; advice from Pat Vitale on whether you should try spin putting in the 60 Second Clinic; news of 99 World Champ Ron Russell; Jay Reading samples some Colorado brew pubs in the Yeti Road Report, plus results from the High Plains Challenge in Ft.
|PDGA Radio Program: 05/30/05||
May 30, 2005: News of Brian Skinner's record shattering round rating of 1115 at the Virginia Open; Pat Vitale has tips to improve your putting focus and routine; results from the Beaver State Fling in Portland; Jay Reading digs the big trees of the Northwest in the Yeti Road Report, and we'll meet disc golf's Yoda: PDGA Special Projects Director Dan "Stork" Roddick is our guest.
|PDGA Radio Program: 05/23/05||
May 23, 2005: Part two of our interview with Oregon's David Feldberg, who talks about putting, payouts and practice; Pat Vitale has tips for short arms on how to increase your distance; results from an exciting Masters Cup in Santa Cruz; happy travels in Yeti Road Report, and a preview of this weekend's Beaver State Fling National Tour event in Portland.
|PDGA Radio Program: 05/16/05||
May 16, 2005: Pat Vitale has tips on improving your roller shot in the 60-second clinic; results from last weekend's Golden State Classic in SoCal; Iowa's Jay Reading experiences some culture shock in the Yeti Road Report, and we'll talk with one of the hottest touring players of the season: Oregon's David Feldberg.
|PDGA Radio Program: 05/02/05||
May 2, 2005: Sports Psychologist Dr. Betsy Shoenfelt is back to help us work on the mental game, this time we'll look at setting goals; Todd Branch has tips for disc golfers who can't play as often as they'd like in the 60-Second Clinic; results from Dogwood Crosstown Classic in Raleigh; and a new segment from the PDGA Tour with Jay 'Yeti' Reading.
|PDGA Radio Program: 04/25/05||
April 25, 2005: It's nearly time for the annual World's Biggest Disc Golf Weekend, we talk with creator John Houck; results from the Hall of Fame Classic in Augusta; we look ahead to this weekend's Dogwood Crosstown Classic in Raleigh; and more major media coverage from National Public Radio, which last week ran its second disc golf story in one month.
|PDGA Radio Program: 04/18/05||
April 18, 2005: Juliana tears it up at the Bell South Open in Bowling Green; Al Schack explains his driver selections in the 60-Second Clinic; results from the Melbourne Open in Florida; a preview of this weekend's Disc Golf Hall of Fame Classic in Augusta; plus Executive Director Brian Hoeniger on the PDGA's move from Toronto to the National Disc Golf Center.
|PDGA Radio Program: 04/11/05||
April 11, 2005: Al Schack has been our guest recently in the 60-Second Clinic, now he explains what putt and approach discs he carries; results from the Melbourne Open in Florida; a preview of this weekend's Bell South Open National Tour event in Kentucky; plus former PDGA Commissioner Pat Govang on the Steam initiative to build team competition at the community and collegiate levels.