He’s been on an incredible journey through the UK’s courses over the last month – which has started and finished in Royal Liverpool. The golf.com writer talks us through what he’s learned
It’s the kind of golfing odyssey of which most of us would dream. The best of UK golf and a ton of life experiences along the way.
Sean Zak, a well-known writer for golf.com in America, has been on that journey for the last month – traversing great courses and meeting those who love the game.
That expedition started, and is finishing, at Royal Liverpool and Sean kindly spared us some time to recount his adventures.
We’ll also get into some detail about the host course of this week’s Open, consider the American challenge for the Claret Jug, and preview Sean’s exciting upcoming book covering the three months he spent living in St Andrews last year.
It’s a different perspective on the golf we all take for granted in the UK, and you’re sure to enjoy the conversation.
The From the Clubhouse podcast is produced in association with TaylorMade Golf.
How many of the courses that Sean has played over the last month have you visited? What are your favourite experiences of golf in the UK? Let me know with a tweet.
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