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The No Laying Up Podcast is a fresh, funny and informative conversation on all things golf.

Founded in 2014, No Laying Up and its flagship podcast seeks to entertain and inform a community of avid golfers around the world. What started as a group text among college friends has now grown into one of the most popular podcasts in the game of golf, and our archives include appearances from the biggest names in the sport. Outside of the podcast, No Laying Up also produces multiple video travel series, best-in-class writing about the PGA Tour and LPGA, a robust social media presence, and a thriving community of friends and fans (The Nest). 

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The opening day of the 2024 Masters saw the artist formerly known as The Big Golfer jump out to an early lead. Bryson is one ahead of Scott Scheffler and two clear of Nicolai Hojgaard as round 1 is not yet complete. We run down the leaderboard, get caught up with Soly and KVV, call in Big Randy from the bullpen, try not to ice Max Homa and talk a little Tiger Woods. We close the show with some fashion takes and Cody and D.J. present their Champions Dinner menus. A ton of fun, a whole lot more golf to be played. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are back with the High Noon Happy Hour Preview show Augusta edition. We run down news and notes, pairings and featured groups, reaction from early week pressers and more. Plus our final picks at the end of the show on the eve of the first Major of the year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Soly, Tron and KVV fire up our preview pod for the 2024 Masters with a look at what we're most excited for this week at Augusta and offer some darkhorse picks to claim the green jacket on Sunday. We also go through some listener questions, data points for the week, our Who Won't Win picks, the odds sheet, course changes and a ton more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We have a jam packed pod this weekend as Akshay Bhatia wins the Valero, Nelly Korda wins the LPGA Match Play, and Lottie Woad claims the 5th Augusta National Women's Amateur. We start in San Antonio where Bhatia won in a playoff over Denny McCarthy after McCarthy's back nine 28 (!!) to force extra holes. We talk Akshay's career outlook in light of his second win on tour and try to make sense of McCarthy's incredible run of birdies before his chunked wedge in the playoff. We also talk Rory, Spieth, and a few other notes ahead of the Masters. Then it's on to Las Vegas (30:00) where Nelly Korda wins for the fourth consecutive start as she defeats Leona Maguire to win the LPGA Match Play while Lottie Woad birdies 17 and 18 to win the ANWA (44:00). We close with some observations from our day at Augusta today (1:10:00), JT's split from Bones, LIV-Miami, upcoming content this week and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Soly and KVV are back with another deep dive episode - this time we look at four specific Masters tournaments: 2011 - a year famous for Rory's collapse, Tiger's Sunday charge and Charl Schwartzel's closing run of birdies to win 1977 - Tom Watson holds off Jack Nicklaus to win the first of his two green jackets (59:40) 1980 - After winning the Open the year before, Seve Ballesteros goes wire to wire to win by four strokes (1:38:00) 1989 - Faldo emerges as the winner in a playoff after Scott Hoch's infamous missed two-foot putt on the first playoff hole (1:59:45) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We've got a busy episode tonight as Randy, Cody and Jordan preview the upcoming LPGA Match Play in Las Vegas and the 5th edition of the Augusta National Women's Amateur with both events getting underway on Wednesday. We also catch up with Stanford's Rachel Heck (1:11:00) to discuss her recent essay, "Why I'm Remaining an Amateur." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scottie Scheffler's win streak is no more as Stephen Jaeger wins in Houston by a shot over Scheffler and four others for his first PGA Tour win. KVV, Randy and Cody make sense of Jaeger's win, Scheffler's putting down the stretch and the comps to Tiger. We also talk Alejandro Tosti and Memorial Park before we shift gears to the LPGA Tour (39:00) where Nelly Korda won for the third time this year. We look at the dominant start to the year for Nelly, Lexi's close call, and some other news and notes from Phoenix. We also touch on Chris DiMarco and Bryson making news this week(1:06:30), and wrap the pod with a fun exercise from the mind of KVV (1:21:00) - constructing our own golfer hoops squads based on personalities and athletic abilities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Over recent months the phrase "improve the product" has become a crutch phrase for players, tour officials, TV executives, and virtually anyone with a stake in the health of professional golf. We try our best to actually define the phrase and its various forms, the biggest hurdles standing the way of progress, and what we view as most important to actually making meaningful improvements for the benefit of golf fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Peter Malnati is the Valspar champion - his second win on tour and first in over eight years. We break down Malnati's triumph, plus a look at the week for Cam Young, Keith Mitchell and JT, amongst others - plus some listener questions. Then it's time for a great deal of speculation around the meeting in the Bahamas between the Tour / SSG and the PIF (43:00). After a careful review of the flight tracking data and how close - or not close - a potential investment deal may be, we move on to Nelly Korda's win on the LPGA tour (53:00) and other news and notes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Randy, TC and Cody are back with another LPGA check-in as we recap the tour's Asian Swing highlighted by a pair of wins for Patty T and some other notable performances from the last three tournaments. Then it's time for a look ahead to the upcoming event at Palos Verdes and beyond as the tour returns stateside for a three week run of events before a week off ahead of the first major of the year - the Chevron. We also touch on the rumors regarding a mixed event at the 2028 Olympics and some other assorted news and notes from the women's game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Soly catches up with former PGA Tour pro Ken Green who has some amazing and hilarious stories about his career on tour, his numerous fines, sneaking his family into Augusta for the Masters and getting to play with the biggest superstars of his era. We also hear about the traumatic events over the course of his life which he has detailed in his book Hunter of Hope: A Life Lived Inside, Outside, and On The Ropes. Soly has an editorial note at the 55:45 mark that introduces this portion of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scottie Scheffler's final round 64 has us creeping into uncomfortable territory with some of the comparisons that we make. Plus, we discuss how Wyndham's putt stayed out, his last 12 months, who the top 5 players are in the world right now, what makes the Players special, and a ton more. Thanks to everyone who tuned in live all week, these are always a blast to do. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Xander Schauffele leads by one heading into the final round of the Players, as we recap our day out at TPC Sawgrass, Wyndham's chunk, Harman's 65, Scottie's health, some course setup issues, and a lot more from Saturday at the Players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wyndham Clark races out to a 4-shot lead. Will Soly's pre-tournament pick go on to win? We chat about a Friday out at TPC Sawgrass, Scottie's neck, what makes the Players experience special, Roger Maltbie, Rory, a fun trivia game, and a ton more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The first round of the Players is in the books, Rory, Xander, and Wyndham all shoot 65 to race out to the lead, Vik and Jordan confront Rory about a couple of drops, TPC Sawgrass plays benign, and everything else from our day on site at the Players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our High Noon Happy Hour Preview show covers our week at the Players to date, reactions to Jay Monahan's press conference, Rory's comments, as well as Xander, Scottie, and others. We also make our picks for the week, what groups we want to follow, what hole at TPC Sawgrass we would tweak if we could, and a lot more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Soly is joined by DJ and Randy for a look ahead to this week's Players from TPC Sawgrass. After Soly sprinkles in a few nuggets from his day at the course we play 'Buy or Sell' on a number of topics around this week's event (the lack of a repeat winner, Monahan's presser and future as commissioner, the event's claim of the strongest field in golf) as well as the prospects for a number of the biggest names on tour who figure to be in contention on Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Scottie Scheffler obliterates the field at Bay Hill, and we recap his ridiculous week, put his win into perspective, project his next month and a half, and more. We also chat Bay Hill, Zalatoris, Rory, Wyndham, Lowry, AK's 65, Matteo Mannesaro, and a lot more. You can find the full show notes here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back with our High Noon Happy Hour Live Show, we preview the week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, chat about Bay Hill, some API trivia, and discuss field sizes. Plus news, comments, laughs and more. Cheers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As the second season of Full Swing gets released on Netflix this week, Soly, DJ and Neil hand out their reviews of the sophomore installment for the series. We touch on the episodes that we liked, the ones that were duds, improvements from season one, how we view the 2023 Ryder Cup differently in light of the final episodes, and the stories we wish would have been a part of the retelling of the 2023 year in professional golf. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Sep 17th
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Clash Ofclans

Check your damn sound levels boys. Your volumes are terrible.

Mar 12th
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Stephen Ward (swardmusic)

a little gross how much hate you have towards Liv. you should look into the world series cricket takeover if u havent already. most sounded like you guys.

Jul 6th
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Won Kim

dafuq guys? the day Brooks joins LIV, you do an LPGA preview??? I get that it was probably prerorded but surely you could have added a reaction segment at the beginning

Jun 22nd
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Joseph Laker

This is fantastic. Thanks for putting this out.

Sep 27th
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shrimpman77 shelfie

Talked the talk every lead up episode about how bad golf coverage is , let Jim off pretty lightly, reckon you layed up there Soly

Jun 19th
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Shawn Mcdonald

he looks like a peaky blinder....lol.

May 15th
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Garett Dika

This is just gold. Thanks Soly, tremendous interview.

Mar 28th
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Noel Tubridy

You guys need to stop watching American golf coverage, it's garbage. Sky sports coverage is brilliant.

Feb 3rd
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Austin Peek

You guys live in Jax?

Jan 30th
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Tony

Just watched the last episode of Ireland st my beloved enniscrone, brilliant show guys 👍

Dec 4th
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Kevin McGrade

WARNING! lots of fowl language but in this podcast.

Sep 23rd
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Jack Edwards

Great episode! As someone just getting into golf I would love more of these looks at golf's history and the players that helped shaped it.

Sep 7th
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Joey Welles

brooks was late to the course because he was with rorys wife for good measure

Jul 29th
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Joey Welles

To your point about the equipment being too strong for the pros. The USGA should make the pros use equipment that doesnt go as far, just as MLB uses wooden bats. Keeps it fun for those up and coming, and challenges the best in the game properly.

Jun 3rd
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Luke Mac

wonderful episode, well done.

Jun 2nd
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Chris May

GOAT

Apr 15th
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Chris

Great episode!

Jan 3rd
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Domenic khoury

this podcast had more whine then a french vineyard

Oct 8th
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Robbie O Keeffe

Yer boýs took a hell of a beating. Ye ve been building up all year for a joyous victory. And got whipped! Time ye faced up that us tour events are set up too easy and that its not about as far as u hit it. Journeymen is an insult. Stop thinking small picture golf. As journalists you should view the europeans with more respect. ye ve won 1 in 5!! .

Sep 30th
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