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The Smylie Show

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Smylie Kaufman is a winner on the PGA TOUR, an on-course reporter walking a new fairway every week, and the host of “The Smylie Show.” Every week, Smylie checks in with analysis on all the latest happenings in the world of golf, and shares a new conversation with athletes, artists, and a variety of other interesting people.
42 Episodes
Wyndham Clark joins Smylie Kaufman ahead of his first Ryder Cup appearance for Team USA at Marco Simone. Wyndham details the time he's invested working on his mental approach and how that paid dividends last season, breaks down his most memorable shots leading to his 2023 U.S. Open win, and tells his best club tossing (and breaking) stories.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down Sahith Theegala's first win on Tour at the Fortinet Championship - from the shot-shaping artistry Smylie witnessed all week while in the booth for Golf Channel, to the incredible family and friend support Sahith had in Napa. SK and CH also discuss the dominant week that Team Europe had at the BMW PGA Championship, with all twelve Ryder Cuppers making the cut, and seven of them finishing in the top ten. Things spiral into a random grab bag at the end of the episode, discussing college football, Charlie changing the pronunciation of his last name, and Smylie's obsession with polar bear videos on TikTok.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme discuss the reimagined "FedEx Cup Fall," and whether the structure is fair to Korn Ferry Tour graduates and other young players as they work towards full status on the PGA Tour. SK and CH also review the tee times for all 12 of the Team Europe players in the BMW PGA Championship field this weekend, and whether the pairings could indicate "pods" for the Ryder Cup at Marco Simone. Finally, Smylie speaks with fellow LSU Tiger Dr. Bhrett McCabe - a sports psychologist who works with Jon Rahm, Sam Burns, and Brian Harman - about the mindset required to succeed in a high-pressure environment like the Ryder Cup.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme react to Luke Donald's Team Europe captain's picks, and discuss whether this Ryder Cup will launch Ludvig Aberg into stardom. Smylie and Charlie also discuss Justin Thomas' practice routine, and what to expect from his next start at the Fortinet Championship. The show closes with a recap of the season-opening L that Smylie's LSU Tigers took, and Charlie's UNC Tar Heels starting off the season with a big win.
Fresh off a 33rd-place finish in the FedEx Cup that has him in every 2024 PGA Tour signature event, Denny joins Smylie to talk about his love for basketball growing up, the putting routine that makes him one of the best in the world, and the handwritten Golden Tee course record sheet he keeps in his home.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme watch live and react as Team USA captain Zach Johnson makes his six picks to fill out the rest of his roster for the 2023 Ryder Cup in Rome - Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Collin Morikawa, Sam Burns, Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas to go with the already qualified list of Scottie Scheffler, Wyndham Clark, Brian Harman, Patrick Cantlay, Max Homa and Xander Schauffele. Smylie and Charlie discuss the players who were hard done to get left out, what Team Europe's roster could look like, and take questions and prompts from a very lively chat.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme react to Viktor Hovland's dominant win at the PGA TOUR season finale, the Tour Championship at East Lake. Smylie goes in-depth on the technical changes Viktor has made to his short game that have opened up the floodgates for success on Tour the second half of the season. Smylie and Charlie debate who the final six captain's picks will be for the Team USA Ryder Cup team, and get in the swing of college football season by comparing schedules for LSU and UNC.
Smylie is joined by the only man - other than Tiger Woods - to win a U.S. Junior Amateur and U.S. Amateur title, Nick Dunlap. Fresh off his U.S. Am win at Cherry Hills, Nick reminisces on the games he played growing up with Smylie in Birmingham, Alabama that helped him prepare for high-level competition, discusses the hometown bond he's formed with WAGR #1 Gordon Sargent, and reveals the details of his conversation with Alabama football coach Nick Saban after his U.S. Am win.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down another eventful week of golf, including: Viktor Hovland shooting 28 on his last nine holes of the BMW Championship to win the penultimate FedEx Cup playoff event, Smylie wearing coat and tie in the booth at the U.S. Amateur and witnessing Nick Dunlap do something only Tiger Woods has done, and yet another twist in the increasingly intriguing Team USA Ryder Cup picture that will culminate with the final six captain's picks next week.
Smylie is joined by two-time PGA TOUR winner - and qualifier for all of the 2024 signature events after advancing to the second round of the FedEx Cup playoffs - J.T. Poston. J.T. ranks his favorite North Carolina mountain golf spots, gives his opinion on all of the changes to the PGA TOUR, and discusses his hilarious caddie - and underwear model - Aaron Flener.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme react to Lucas Glover's win in the first FedEx Cup playoff event of the season - his second win in two weeks - and discuss the putter change that has completely reversed his fortunes. Smylie and Charlie debate whether Lucas is worth a pick on the USA Ryder Cup team, go deep on what the PGA TOUR's signature event fields could look like in 2024, and snake draft their "top five things that make a golf day great."
On the Tee with Min Woo Lee

On the Tee with Min Woo Lee


Smylie Kaufman is joined by Min Woo Lee, a rising star and fan favorite in the world of golf. Min discusses his iconic mock turtleneck/mustache/mullet/wraparound shades look, the "WOOO" and "LET HIM COOK" cheers that have become popular thanks to his social media following, and the parts of his game he is working on to complement his length off the tee and putting skill.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme discuss the putter change that led to Lucas Glover's win at the Wyndham Championship, Justin Thomas narrowly missing the playoffs after a strong finish to the weekend, Tiger Woods joining the PGA Tour policy board, and Charlie's weekend at Cypress Point.
Smylie is joined by Tom Kim, who has already won twice on the PGA Tour and made a Presidents Cup team at the age of 21. Tom tells a ton of great stories - recovering from a quad bogey to win his first Tour event, how he hurt his ankle at the Open and still managed to finish tied for second, Christmas dinner at the Spieth home, and his viral adventures in the mud at the PGA Championship.
Smylie is joined by Lee Hodges fresh off his seven-shot win at the 3M Open to discuss Alabama golf, his new green-reading system, and having an Auburn fan as a caddie. Smylie and Charlie discuss Jay Monahan's most recent memo to Tour pros, the Barbie and Oppenheimer craze, and the best (and worst) Harry Potter movies.
Smylie is joined by Super Bowl LI champion and Washington Commanders quarterback Jacoby Brissett, yet another football player who recently fell in love with the game of golf. Jacoby tells stories about being in the same QB room as Tom Brady, makes an interesting revelation about his relationship with NC State and UNC, and reviews some of his philosophical tweets with Smylie.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down the final day of play at the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, where Brian Harman put the finishing touches on his first major win. Harman becomes just the sixth American to win the Open by 6+ shots, along with Bobby Jones, Walter Hagen, Arnold Palmer, Johnny Miller, and Tiger Woods. Smylie and Charlie also discuss a Team USA Ryder Cup picture that looks even more crowded with Harman now on the team as an automatic qualifier.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down the third day of play at the year's final major, the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. Jon Rahm shot a course-record 63 to move into third place, but Brian Harman held steady to keep his five-shot lead heading into the final round of the Open. Smylie discusses the weather we're expecting for Sunday, the player in the chasing pack he expects to make a run at Harman, and Min Woo Lee's relationship with the fans.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down the second day of play at the year's final major, the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. Brian Harman laps the field with a bogey-free 65 that gives him a five-shot lead heading into the weekend. Smylie gives insight on the two groups he followed today, Rory McIlroy's group and Jordan Spieth's group, and gives his report on the debacle he witnessed at 17 for Matt Fitzpatrick. Charlie has an unfortunate report about the Thursday Night Men's League result.
Smylie Kaufman and Charlie Hulme break down the first day of play at the year's final major, the 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. The hometown hero Tommy Fleetwood, aka "Tommy lad," is tied for the lead after a first-round 66. Not far behind is Max Homa, a guy Smylie really liked coming into the tournament after tough showings at the first three majors of the year. As we wrap up the show, Charlie heads off to Thursday Night Men's League.
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